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JFCS PHILLY RESOURCES:
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia serves children, families, and individuals by:
Meeting basic needs
Providing mental health support services
Creating and sustaining healthy families
Building positive life skills and self-determination
If you or someone you know needs support, call our Care Navigation Line at 866.JFCS.NOW
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*Please note, JFCS’ Care Navigation line is not a crisis hotline. If you or someone you know is in suicidal
crisis or emotional distress, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1.800.273.8255.
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NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE
24/7 suicide and crisis prevention hotline that can connect callers with the closest Crisis Response Center
THE TREVOR LIFELINE
Crisis intervention and suicide lifeline for LGBTQ youth
THE TRANS LIFELINE
CRISIS TEXT LINE
Text BCHOPE to 741741
BUCKS COUNTY CRISIS
BUCKS COUNTY MOBILE CRISIS
GRAND VIEW HOSPITAL (UPPER BUCKS)
DOYLESTOWN HOSPITAL (CENTRAL BUCKS)
LOWER BUCKS HOSPITAL (LOWER BUCKS)
BUCKS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMS
For general questions about mental health/developmental programs (MH/DP)
BUCKS COUNTY DRUG AND ALCOHOL COMMISSION, INC.
For general questions about drug and alcohol services
VALLEY CREEK CRISIS CENTER
Telephone Crisis Counseling, Mobile Outreach Services, available to Chester County residents 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
469 Creamery Way
Exton, PA 19341
610.280.3270 or 610.918.2100 or 877.918.210
Consumer Run Warm Line
Crisis Residential Program
PAOLI MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
255 W Lancaster Ave
Paoli, PA 19301
201 Reeceville Rd
Coatesville, PA 19320
MOBILE CRISIS TEAM
HOLCOMB BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SYSTEMS
225 S. 69th Street
Upper Darby, PA 1908
HOLCOMB DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION UNIT – MEDIA
PSYCHIATRIC CRISIS CENTER
Delaware County has two Psychiatric Crisis Centers that provide crisis intervention, 24 Hour telephone
and walk-in services, as well as Psychiatric Emergency Commitment Procedures.
CROZER-CHESTER MEDICAL CENTER (South & Western Delaware County)
One Medical Center Blvd.
Chester, PA 19013
MERCY FITZGERALD HOSPITAL (North & Eastern Delaware County)
1500 Lansdowne Ave.
Darby, PA 19013
MONTGOMERY COUNTY MOBILE CRISIS
Provides services for clients experiencing psychiatric and/or drug/alcohol emergencies. Crisis workers
provide telephone support, referral information, and comprehensive assessment.
LANKENAU HOSPITAL (WYNNEWOOD)
MONTGOMERY COUNTY (NORRISTOWN)
MONTGOMERY HOSPITAL (NORRISTOWN)
POTTSTOWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
SUBURBAN GENERAL HOSPITAL (NORRISTOWN)
SUICIDE/CRISIS INTERVENTION HOTLINE
PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL (CENTER CITY & SOUTH PHILADELPHIA)
Hall Mercer Community Mental Health Building
8 th St. And Locust St.
MERCY HOSPITAL (SOUTHWEST & WEST PHILADELPHIA)
501 S. 54th Street (54th & Cedar Ave.)
*EINSTEIN AT GERMANTOWN COMMUNITY CENTER (NORTHWEST PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN,
1 Penn Blvd.
*ALSO FOR ALL CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS (UNDER 18) CITYWIDE
TEMPLE/EPISCOPAL HOSPITAL (NORTH PHILADELPHIA)
100 E. Lehigh Ave.
FRIENDS HOSPITAL (NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA0
4641 Roosevelt Blvd.
If you are not sure where to go, call:
THE OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH EMERGENCY/INFORMATION LINE
Available 24/7, and if necessary, the Emergency Line will send the Mobile Emergency Team
(MET) to your location.
Not all emergency rooms serve children so if you need immediate help for a child, call:
Sends someone to the home to advise them on where to take their child
COMMUNITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (CBH) MEMBER SERVICES
Connects caller to the emergency hotline
For Emergencies for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities, call:
HALL-MERCER MH/MR CENTER EMERGENCY INTENSIVE SUPPORTS UNIT
If that number is not answered, please call: