Re:solve Crisis Network (Allegheny County)
- “re:solve Crisis Network provides round-the-clock, mental health crisis intervention and stabilization services for residents of Allegheny County in Pennsylvania.”
- 1-888-7YOU-CAN (1-888-796-8226)
- Click here to learn more
The National Maternal Mental Health Hotline:
1-833-943-5746 is available 24/7, 365 days a year, in English or Spanish and other languages by request.
Staffed by licensed and credentialed perinatal mental health and healthcare providers, childbirth professionals, and certified peer specialists, the Hotline provides immediate and informed access to support, understanding, brief intervention, and resources to all pregnant, postpartum, and post-loss individuals AND their partners and families.
Call or text the Hotline anytime to connect.
- “Behavioral health crisis line answers 24 hours a day, seven days a week and puts the caller in touch with an Allegheny County delegate who can authorize and coordinate involuntary Emergency Examination and Treatment, and who can provide information about ongoing mental health services.”
- (412) 350-4457
Help Line at United Way
“2-1-1 is a free, confidential referral and information helpline and website that connects people from all communities and of all ages to the essential health and human services they need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”
2-1-1 or (412) 255-1155
“Provides emergency care for children ages 0-6 for a few hours or a few days based on the needs of the family. Our primary focus at Jeremiah’s place is too keep children safe and to provide a safe and supportive solution for families in need.”
The Women’s Center and Shelter
- “…provides specialized care and support for women who have experienced all types of intimate partner violence from physical to emotional through Emergency Shelter, Legal Advocacy, a 24-Hour Hotline, Support Groups and more.”
- (412) 687-8005
Non-emergency behavioral health questions
- “Call the number for information about or referral to services available to adults, youth, children and families who have and/or who are in recovery from a mental illness or a serious emotional disturbance.”
- (412) 350-4456 or TTY/TDD (412) 350-3467