Are you or someone you care about in imminent danger of harm or self-harm?
If the answer is yes, you are in an urgent crisis should go to a hospital Emergency Room or call 911 immediately. Alternatively you can consult with a crisis hotline.
A mental health crisis is not always the same as a physcial health crisis, it may require a more specialized response or you may be unsure what you should do.
If you’re thinking about suicide, worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, there are resources available 24/7 across PA and the US.
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Crises for youth are very real but often overlooked. Find help and hope from people who will listen with these resources.
Find prejudice-free information and resources for the LGBTQIA+ community here
Losing a loved one can be overwhelming. You are not alone. Find resources to help you cope here
For veterans, a crisis can be affected by their experiences in the military. Find Veteran and Service Member crisis resources here