South Hills: (412) 831 - 1223
Lawrenceville: (412) 781 - 3990
Dr. Timothy Lesaca, MD is a Doctor primarily located in Pittsburgh, PA. He has 32 years of experience. His specialties include Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Lesaca graduated 1984 from West Virginia University School of Medicine. Accepting referrals for April, 2017.
Cynthia Slivka is a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Psychiatric Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner Cynthia A. Slivka started working at SHS on September 8th, 2016 and is now accepting new referrals.
Cheryl Neusch, CRNP, is a Nurse Practitioner specialist in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She graduated in 2015 and has over 2 years of diverse experience, especially as a Nurse Practitioner with her specialty in psychiatry and mental health. Cheryl also cooperates with other doctors and physicians in medical groups including Mercy Life Center Corporation.
Please call our offices to make a referral for a psychiatric outpatient clinic appointment:
110 Fort Couch Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
412-831-1223(p), 412-831-1034 (f)
5328 Butler St
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
412-781-3990 (p), 412-781-3966 (f)
Southwestern Human Services is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization providing quality mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, and families in the southwestern Pennsylvania area.
Through our full range of outpatient-based psychiatric and psychological services, as well as our community based services, we provide confidential services for clients in need of mental health treatment. We pride ourselves on providing personalized, patient, and kind services. Enhancing the quality of each person’s life is our mission. Everyone’s situation is unique and, therefore, we design treatment based on each individual’s specific needs. We are able to provide cultural and gender-specific services upon your request.
Southwestern Human Services is a Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic licensed by The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare/Office of Mental Health & Substance Abuse. Our services are kept strictly confidential.
Southwestern Human Services provides services to all persons in need of mental health treatment and services regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, ethnic origin (with limited English proficiency), physical or mental disability, and veteran or economic status.