GET HELP NOW

GET HELP NOW

 

IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS EXPERIENCING AN IMMEDIATE LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCY,
CALL THE PITT POLICE AT 412-624-2121 OR DIAL 911 IMMEDIATELY. 

 
Get Help For Yourself

Mental Health Crisis
If you are experiencing a crisis that requires immediate attention you may speak with a counselor at any time 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Any student requiring support for an urgent or crisis situation may call the UCC at 412-648-7930 at any time to speak directly with a clinician.
  • You may also call the Pitt Police at 412-624-2121.

Sexual Assault Crisis
If you have experienced a recent sexual assault or are feeling unsafe in your relationship, please know that you are not alone and sexual violence is not your fault. Support is here for you.

  • Any student requiring support for an urgent or crisis situation may call the UCC at 412-648-7930 at any time to speak directly with a clinician.
  • You may also call the Pitt Police at 412-624-2121.
  • To learn more about the Office of Sexual Harassment & Assault Response & Education (SHARE), click here.

Other Crisis Resources:

  • re:solve Crisis Network is the Allegheny County crisis agency staffed with professional mental health clinicians 24/7. Call them at 1-888-796-8226 or visit their facility at 333 North Braddock Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15208.
  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7. Call 1-800-273-8255. (TTY - Dial 800-799-4889; Voice/Caption Phone - Dial 800-273-8255)
  • The Crisis Text Line is a free and confidential text message service for people in crisis 24/7. Text HOME to 741741.

 

If you are not experiencing a crisis or emergency but are interested in services at the UCC, please click here to learn more about available services.

Get Help for Someone Else
If you believe someone has a plan to hurt or kill themselves and you fear they are in imminent danger, stay with that person and call Pitt Police at 412.624.2121 or 911 immediately. If you are not with them, keep the conversation going until you can connect them with help.
 
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