Contact resolve Crisis Services

If you have a medical emergency, please call 911.

If you or someone you know is having a crisis and want help, please contact us or visit our walk-in center.

resolve Crisis Services is free to all residents of Allegheny County.

Call resolve Crisis Services

Call our 24-hour hotline at 1-888-7-YOU-CAN (796-8226).

Ways we can help:

  • If you have a crisis, large or small.
  • To refer someone to our crisis services.
  • To access our mobile crisis teams.
  • If you're waiting for your child to get into the CACTIS program.
  • If you have a family member or friend in crisis.

Email Us

For non-urgent matters and basic questions, email us at

Visit Our Walk-In Crisis Center

You don't need an appointment at our walk-in center.

333 N Braddock Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

(East End of Pittsburgh)

Bus transit to the walk-in center

You can get to the resolve Crisis Services’ walk-in center by bus, including routes that travel the busway.

These include:

  • 71
  • 71C
  • 71D
  • 86
  • P1
  • P2
  • P3
  • P67
  • P68
  • P69
  • P71

Visit the Port Authority of Allegheny County website for more details and bus schedules.

CACTIS Program (Child and Adolescent Chronic-Disorders Treatment Intervention Services)

CACTIS runs under the umbrella of resolve Crisis Services but is for children and teens awaiting treatment.

Contact us for details on our program, or if your child needs an intervention or crisis services.

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