Meeting & Contact Information
If you are looking for a support group that is not listed here, call the self-help group network at (412) 261-5363, or St. Clair Health’s Community Health Information Center at (412) 572-6560 for a referral.
|Support Groups in Mt. Lebanon|
|Senior Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE)
Confidential business counseling at no-charge from volunteer counselors with the Senior Corps of Retired Executives. These successful executives represent years of experience in all areas of business. Counseling is available in person, via email or, as an advisory board for existing businesses. Ph: (412) 395-6560, ext. 130
|Divorce & Single Parent Support Group
A group for women and men who are facing the challenges of raising children without a partner. Will meet once a month for discussion and activities. Kids are welcome. Call (412) 496-6250 for details.
|Equipment for the Disabled
We provide wheelchairs, canes, crutches, tub benches, potty chairs and more. No charge. If you need an item or would like to donate something, call (412) 343-8900 or (412) 561-2144.
|Laparoscopic Surgery St. Clair Health
Offers free seminars 6 p.m., third Monday of every month. Support group follows at 7 p.m. Doctors Geoffrey Wilcox and Michael Felix will discuss gastric bypass surgery. Register at (412) 942-6280.
|The Ministry of Mothers Sharing (MOMS)
A group that engages through journaling, discussion and prayer to create in women an awareness of their inner sacred self. Eight-week sessions: April (days), September (evenings).
Can now be found online at the Chartiers Center website. We are the local community mental health center and provide treatment and services for individuals and families.
|Mood Support Group
2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m., in Room 33 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1066 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon, starting in March 2013. Call 412 779 5834 for more information.
|Over Eaters Anonymous
1:30 p.m., Mondays, Mt. Lebanon United Presbyterian Church, 255 Washington Road.
| Addiction Support
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