ABOUT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
At the SAFE Program, we are dedicated to the health and safety of our clients and clinicians. As a result of the Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Emergency Declaration, the staff of the SAFE Program is working remotely providing telehealth services. This interactive telecommunication technology includes audio and video.
If you need to reach someone at the SAFE program, you can still leave a voice message on their office phone; a clinician will return your call as soon as possible.
If you are experiencing a clinical emergency, please contact Re:Solve Crisis Services at 1-888-796-8226.
24-hour phone line for crisis services
Report child abuse in Pennsylvania
The Child Advocacy Center (CAC) at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh provides comprehensive evaluations for children and adolescents who may be victims of physical or sexual abuse, or neglect.
A Child’s Place serves as a contact point for child abuse assessments. Their primary goal is for child victims to avoid multiple interviews at multiple locations, by bringing a team of professionals to the child. They use a coordinated MDT (Multi-Disciplinary Team) approach that brings together representatives from law enforcement, child protective services, victim advocacy, as well as our forensic interviewers, medical professionals, and family advocates, who collaborate on cases at their center.
Shores is a licensed, drug-free outpatient program that provides treatment, recovery support, and counseling services for substance use disorders and gambling addiction.
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
The Services for Teens at Risk (STAR) Center is a program that combines clinical and outreach services to help prevent adolescent suicide. The STAR-Center's mission is to offer state-of-the-art responsive care for children and adolescents with depression or anxiety, or who are at risk for suicidal behavior.
At UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital and UPMC Western Behavioral Health, we are committed to treating a wide range of behavioral, emotional, and mental health challenges to people in our community. Our top priority is providing world-class care to people who need it. That commitment remains our focus during the COVID-19 pandemic. Difficult times can put an added strain on your mental health, and we're here to help.
Established in 1965, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh is the region’s premier evidenced-based youth mentoring agency—earning national recognition for program quality and organizational excellence.