Services: a 30-day program that includes crisis follow up services, therapy, and medication management. The program is designed for clients whose needs cannot be met in a traditional outpatient setting.
Services: community alternative to an inpatient mental health hospitalization. The Crisis Residential Unit is a voluntary program for adults who are experiencing a mental health emergency. Adults can stay up to 5 days.
Services: around the clock crisis services, including telephone, walk-in, and mobile support.
SAFELine: Youth in grades K-12 can receive safe, confidential, support to cope with issues such as bullying, thoughts of suicide, relationship problems, etc. This 24/7/365 hotline provides live support from Crisis Services staff when they call 814-456-SAFE.
Warm Line: The Warm Line is available to anyone who just needs to talk about any non-crisis issue and is staffed by a Peer Support Specialist. The Warm Line number is 1-877-550-4007 and is currently available during the weekdays.
Services include assessment of victims’ emotional needs, information about police and medical procedures and referrals for additional services.
Sexual Assault Counselor: 814-455-9414
Violent Crime Counselor: 814-455-9515