Outreach is not a crisis center and office phones are managed Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 3:00pm, Friday, 8:00am – 12noon. We respond to emails and phone calls during normal business hours. Calling your local police department at 9-1-1 is always an option if you or someone you know is experiencing a physical or mental health emergency. If you or your child is having a crisis and you are not sure what to do, here are some options for you to use.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-8255
PA Get Help Now – 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
Available 24/7 throughout the Commonwealth to help those suffering from addiction – find immediate help.
Re:solve – Crisis Network
Re:solve Crisis Services provides a 24-hour-a-day, 365-days-a-year telephone, mobile crisis, walk-in and crisis residential services that are available to any Allegheny County resident no matter age, ability to pay, or whether they have used behavioral health services in the past.
Re:solve – Crisis Services – 1-888-796-8226
Mercy Behavioral Health Crisis Center
The MBH Crisis Center, located on Pittsburgh’s South Side (264 S. 9th St.), provides crisis services 24 hours, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Call or walk in any time. They can be reached at 1-877-637-2924.
Mercy Behavioral Health Crisis Center – 1-877-637-2924
Addiction Services: Learn more about services for children and adolescents.
Washington County (No longer a crisis center)
Washington Communities Human Services, Inc.
Washington Communities Human Services, Inc. has been providing services to behavioral health consumers since 1968. It exists for the purpose of providing behavioral health services to the residents of the area, including, but not limited to diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative and developmental services, using evidence based practices. Such recovery-oriented services will be easily accessible and responsive to the communities in which they are provided. Call 724-225-6940 for an appointment.
Washington Communities Human Services, Inc. – 724-225-6940