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SAFELine: Bullying Counseling and Crisis Services for Kids

What is SAFELine?

Safe Harbor Behavioral Health of UPMC Hamot designed SAFELine to help youth address serious problems in their lives.

Communities now have a free service for youth in Erie County to seek relief and counseling from bullying.

SAFELine is a safe, confidential, and simple way for kids and teens in grades K-12 to get the support they need.

Why Call SAFELine?

There are many reasons to call 814-456-7233 (456-SAFE).

These include:

  • Bullying
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Teen pregnancy
  • Substance use and abuse
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Self-injury
  • Other youth-related concerns

Before you run away or cause harm to yourself or others, call SAFELine at 814-456-7233 (456-SAFE). We're here for you anytime you're feeling misunderstood, overwhelmed, or need to talk to someone.

Callers also have the option to talk face-to-face with SAFELine staff.

Visit Student SAFELine to find more resources for students, parents, and teachers. Services are free to all Erie County residents.

Contact SAFELine

Call SAFELine today at 814-456-7233 (456-SAFE)

SafeLine offers 24/7/365 live support to kids and teens.

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