re:solve Crisis Network
A crisis can be anything from feeling lonely and needing to talk to feeling overwhelmed with life. Our lives are full of stressors — both large and small — but, no matter the complexity, it helps to talk with someone.
re:solve Crisis Network provides round-the-clock, mental health crisis intervention and stabilization services for residents of Allegheny County in Pennsylvania.
The first step to feeling relief starts with picking up the phone and making the call: any day, any time, for any reason.
Contact re:solve Crisis Network 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
- Telephone: call any time and speak with a trained counselor at
1-888-7-YOU CAN (1-888-796-8226).
- Mobile: our trained crisis counselors will travel to where you are — anywhere in Allegheny County.
- Walk in: you don't need an appointment when you visit our North Braddock Avenue location, near Pittsburgh, Pa. Just walk in and talk about your concerns or those of a family member or friend.
- Residential services: Residential and/or overnight services are accessible only for individuals, ages 14 and older, whose crisis extends over a period of time. We provide up to 72 hours of residential services at our North Braddock Avenue location. An individual may not admit him or herself for residential services, but rather would be assessed during walk-in and then referred to residential services by a staff member. Individuals must have a diagnosis to be admitted to residential, (but that could happen during a walk-in evaluation).
Our 130-member crisis team includes crisis intervention-trained:
- Crisis nurses
- Crisis service coordinators
- Peer support staff
At re:solve Crisis Network, we work to provide care to anyone with or without a diagnosed mental illness.
One of our primary goals is to encourage people to self-define their situation and then help make a connection with the appropriate community resources and services.
re:solve Crisis Network provides voluntary mental health crisis services for Allegheny County residents regardless of age, ability to pay, and/or whether or not you have previously used behavioral health or other supportive services.