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|
|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
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).
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.