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of young adults through community-based mental health treatment 

Mobile Intervention for Young Adults (MIYA) 

The Mobile Intervention for Young Adults (MIYA) program provides community-based, multi-disciplinary mental health treatment for individuals 18-25 with pervasive emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders. The goal of MIYA is to eliminate barriers associated with managing symptoms by providing psychiatric rehabilitation, therapy, peer support, and service coordination through team-based support. We support young individuals to maintain stabilization and to live independently within their communities.

In partnership with Transitional Services, Inc., MIYA uses the Permanent Supportive Housing Model. This model includes a housing support team that helps individuals choose, obtain, and maintain housing. The Bridge Subsidy Program provides rent subsidy for Section 8 eligible clients who are waiting to receive vouchers. The Housing Contingency Fund helps with one-time costs such as security deposits, utility deposits, and purchasing furniture and household items.​


  • Team-based mental health support

  • 24-hour crisis support

  • Goal planning and progress maintenance

  • Housing

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Interested in learning more about the MIYA Program or in making a referral? Please click here to fill out a brief contact form and the program manager will be in touch:

1101 Hartman St.
McKeesport, PA 15132

(412) 673-6618 

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