If your loved one lives in Allegheny County, they have access to resolve Crisis Services.
Often, friends and family members have a hard time knowing what to do when someone is in need.
Perhaps you've tried to help and your loved one told you “no.” Or, maybe you've tried to take on the problems yourself, but you feel stuck or too involved.
A family member or friend may benefit from your reaching out on their behalf when he or she:
If you're unsure what to do, we're here to offer support and guidance.
We provide confidentiality to the extent of the law. And we work to arrange any level of care you or your loved ones may need.
When working with families of those in crisis, we can offer the following:
If you have a friend or loved one who has a psychiatric diagnosis, our short-term residential program may be good for them. The program helps stabilize the client without needing to go to the hospital for crisis care.
You can also call us if you need information on where to find the mental health services that your loved one needs.
As part of its mission to be fully accessible to the community, you can now contact resolve Crisis Services via chat or text. View the terms and conditions.
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