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SAFELine: Bullying Counseling and Crisis Services for Kids

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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.