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If you are experiencing a true medical or psychiatric emergency, Dial 911. 


Impacted by violence, call Philadelphia Violence Hotline at 222.


If you are in crisis, call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.




Treatment and Hospitalization

Five Crisis Response Centers are available to serve city residents requiring emergency behavioral health services, providing needed care in a safe setting.

Temple University Episcopal Hospital

Crisis Response Center (North Philadelphia)

100 East Lehigh Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125

Friends Hospital Crisis Response Center

4641 Roosevelt Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19124

Hall-Mercer Crisis Response Center
(Center City/South Philadelphia)

245 S 8th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Einstein Crisis Response Center at Germantown

Germantown Community Health Services
One Penn Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19144
(Near the intersection of Chew Avenue and Olney Avenue, next to La Salle University)

24-Hour Mental Health Delegate Line

If you need help with a mental health crisis or are concerned about the mental health of a friend
or loved one, call immediate, secure, 24-hour support.