Mobile Crisis is a short-term service that will respond by phone within 1 hour and attempt face-to-face contact within 24 hours to assess, stabilize, and link families to available supports and services with side-by-side support. Crisis referrals can come from provider agencies, the courts, child welfare, schools, self-referrals from families, etc. Families can utilize the service without needing an established diagnosis or previous involvement with the behavioral health system, which are common barriers to access for many families.

Members of the Mobile Crisis team include a team leader, mobile crisis professionals, and a peer support. The ultimate goals of the Mobile Crisis team are to connect the youth and families to community-based resources and to reduce the number of youths being placed outside of the home, arrested, or hospitalized due to a mental health crisis.

Mobile Crisis serves Beaver and Westmoreland (beginning Fall 2023) Counties in Pennsylvania.

Those seeking support in Beaver County can receive service if involved with Children and Youth Services, Juvenile Probation, or are 14-24 years of age with Medical Assistance.  For individuals between 8-24 years of age with severe mental health needs and/or substance abuse concerns a referral can be made for further assessment to determine if eligibility requirements can be met.

Referrals can be made by submitting the form below via email at (emails are monitored during business hours).

Mobile Crisis Referral Form


Immediate-need referrals can be made 24 hours a day by calling 724-630-5189.

If the individual is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please dial 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Beaver County Crisis is also available to support via phone at 1.800.400.6180.