Crisis Resources

Campus Resources for Sexual Assault

Health Services (Confidential - not mandated to report) 412.396.1650
University Counseling (Confidential - not mandated to report) 412.396.6204
On-call counselor after hours: 412.396.2677
Spiritan Campus Ministry (Confidential - not mandated to report) 412.396.6020
Residence Life 412.396.5888
Public Safety 412.396.6022
DU CARES 412.396.5834
Title IX Coordinator 412.396.2560

For Campus Emergencies, call Public Safety at 412.396.2677

For Off-Campus Emegencies, call 911

Campus Safety Escort Service: 412.396.6002
Campus Code Blue Phones

SGA Weekend Loop Bus

Community Resources for Sexual Assault

These agencies offer 24- hour confidential* helplines, crisis intervention, individual support and group counseling, and/or legal advocacy.

Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR) 24 hour helpline: 1.866.END.RAPE (1.866.363.7273)

Center for Victims of Violence and Crime (CVVC) 24 hour helpline: 1.866.644.2882

*These off-campus counselors and advocates may have certain reporting or other obligations under state law.

Yellow Cab Service: 412.321.8100

Title IX

Alcohol and Drug Awareness

Mental Health Emergencies

In cases of extreme emergency, immediately call the University police department at 412.396.COPS (2677) or proceed to the closest hospital emergency room.

During Business Hours: 412.396.6204

During regular business hours, students, faculty and staff may call the Counseling Service Center at 412-396-6204 to consult with a counselor regarding student and campus emergency situations, or an urgent need for services.

After Hours: 1.888.796.8226 ( ReSolve)

After hours, call ReSolve Crisis Service, which is a 24/7 moblie crisis support service. ReSolve provides confidential telephone counseling, mobile crisis teams that travel anywhere in Allegheny County, walk-in assistance to their location (333 North Braddock Avenue, Pittsburgh Pa, 15208) and overnight/ crisis residential support (up to 72 hours).

Emergency Hotlines

Re:solve Crisis Network (Phone or in person crisis support)


Mercy Behavioral Health Crisis Center (24/7 crisis line)


Contact Pittsburgh (Suicide Hotline)   


PAAR:  Rape Hotline (24-hour hotline)


Center for Victims of Violent Crime (24-hour hotline)


Health Department - STD Information (24-hour hotline)


Help Line United Way (Referral Agency)


Information in this site is not intended to replace a one-on-one consultation with a licensed mental health worker.  If you are a student having problems, we urge you to contact us at 412.396.6204 to schedule an appointment.