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resolve Crisis Services

Everyone experiences moments of crisis in life. You might be struggling with depression or substance abuse. Or maybe you’re overwhelmed by problems at work, feeling lonely, or having a conflict with a loved one. Whether your problem is large or small, talking with someone can help. Most of all, don’t wait for a problem to get out of control. Just call resolve Crisis Services for help at 1-888-796-8226.


For All Residents of Allegheny County

resolve is a 24-hour, 365-day crisis service that’s free to all Allegheny County residents. Our services are sponsored by both Allegheny County and UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital sponsor our services.


We’re Here to Help You Through Your Crisis

You don’t have to go through your crisis alone. resolve Crisis Services is ready to help. Our 150-member crisis team provides:

  • Crisis counseling and support.
  • Referrals.
  • Intervention services for adults, teens, and their loved ones.

Our resolve services are available to you for any reason; a psychiatric diagnosis isn’t required.


About Our Crisis Services

24-hour hotline:

Call us anytime to speak with a trained clinician at 1-888-7-YOU-CAN (796-8226).

Mobile Crisis Team:

Our mobile crisis teams can travel anywhere within Allegheny County to respond to a crisis. They provide face-to-face support and will work to arrange further care and stabilization, if needed.

Walk-in center:

No appointment is needed to get help at our walk-in center. Walk in anytime to talk, get a break from daily stress, or have us connect you to more long-term care and support. We also offer residential services for those who qualify.

Services for children and teens:

We offer 24/7 crisis treatment, interventions, and home visits. For more information, call the resolve Crisis Services hotline at 1-888-796-8226.


Contact resolve Crisis Services

Call our hotline for 24-hour crisis help at 1-888-796-8226.

For more information and non-urgent matters, call 412-864-5004 or email resolve Crisis Services.

Walk-in Crisis Center
333 North Braddock Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15208