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Allegheny County Information Referral and Emergency Services (IRES)

24/7-Hotline: 412-350-4456
Email: OBHInformationRequest@AlleghenyCounty.us

If you’re worried about someone else, IRES staff can help get them treatment even if they are unwilling or can’t decide for themselves.

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Older Adults

Allegheny Valley Hospital/Alle Kiski
1301 Carlisle Street-Floors 2E & 2F Natrona Heights, PA 15065

Information: 724-224-5100
Emergency Room: 724-226-7036


Psychiatric Unit:
724-226-7230 (Adults)
724-226-7150 (Geriatrics)

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Immigrants & Internationals

Allegheny Health Network
Mental health services to immigrants and refugees, multilingual staff & access to additional interpretation resources.
AHN Department of Psychiatry 412-362-8677
Center for Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents 412-330-4328
Resolve Crisis Center 1-888-796-8226


Peer-led Behavioral Health Immigrant Support Groups
Short-term peer-led support groups available for various refugee and immigrant communities in Pittsburgh.
Call 412-422-7200 or send an email


Pittsburgh Action Against Rape
Serving victims of sexual violence. Adult counseling services are available in Spanish. For all other languages, PAAR utilizes telephone language interpreters as needed.
Call 412-431-5665 or 24-hour free and confidential crisis hotline at 1-866-END-RAPE (1-866-363-7273)

Some supports are only available to specific individuals. If you’re a young or older adult, a veteran, an immigrant or identify as LGBTQIA+, look for these lightbulbs throughout the site.

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION

Veterans

(VA) Veteran’s Administration Medical Center
University Drive C, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Information: 412-688-6000
Emergency: 412-360-6322
Psychiatric Unit: 412-360-6600