Philadelphia, PA and National Psychiatric Resources
Videos on Various Mental Health Topics, including Medications and Side Effects
In Cases of Emergency – Dial 911 or 988.
For urgent issues, Philadelphia has 24-hour Crisis Response Centers (CRCs).
Information can be found at DBHIDS or by calling 215-686-4420
- Drug and Alcohol Treatment Hotline — 1-800-662-HELP
- National Child Abuse Hotline — 1-800-4-A-CHILD
- National Domestic Violence Hotline — 1-800-799-7233
- National Suicide Hotline — 1-800-784-2433
Support for Patients and Family Members
Mood Disorders, Anxiety & ADHD:
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) — www.nami.org
- Patient and Family Support and Education
- Anxiety and Depression Association of America — www.adaa.org
- Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance — www.dbsalliance.org
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention — www.afsp.org
- Attention Deficit Disorder Association — www.add.org
- Alcoholics Anonymous — www.aa.org
Find a meeting in the Philadelphia Area: www.sepennaa.com (215) 923- 7900
- Al-Anon — www.al-anon.org
Friends and Families of individuals with alcohol use disorders find understanding and support. Find a meeting in the Philadelphia area by clicking the above link or call 1-888-425-2666
- Narcotics Anonymous — www.na.org
Find a meeting in the Philadelphia area by clicking the above link or call (215) 629-6757
- Nar-Anon — www.Nar-Anon.org
Friends and families of substance users find understanding and support.
Find a meeting in the Philadelphia area by clicking the above link or call 1-800-477-6291
Finding a Mental Health Provider
Individuals may contact Dr. Pagnani or his colleagues by calling 267-687-0655 x 1.
Many providers at Rittenhouse Psychiatric Associates are able to schedule new patients for Psychiatric Evaluations, Medication Management and Psychotherapy.
If you are interested in finding a physician who directly accepts insurance, please see the information below.
- Psychology Today is a website where individuals can search for mental health specialists throughout the country, filtering insurance accepted and areas of expertise.
- Local Hospitals – Ask for the department of psychiatry, if they are taking new patients or have recommendations for providers in your area. They often keep lists of providers who accept insurance in the area.