Gaudenzia’s proposed drug rehab expansion troubles Hill District residents, including retired police officer Brenda Tate

Gaudenzia, a nonprofit drug and alcohol treatment corporation, wants to expand its presence in the Hill District. But the Hill's residents are troubled by its proposal because they believe the services are not benefitting its community members and that the company is not paying attention to the community's wishes regarding its location.

How Pittsburgh-area colleges work to meet students’ mental health needs. We surveyed eight schools about the challenges.

On the campuses of eight Pittsburgh-area colleges and universities, it’s not unusual for students to wait this long, or even longer, for therapy — though some schools did report quicker scheduling. Policies regarding access and use of campus mental health services vary among the schools, affecting how students fare and if they ever use the services at all.