24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK
The Open Door www.theopendoor.org offers crisis intervention services 24 hours, seven days a week including holidays for individuals in Armstrong and Indiana Counties experiencing a crisis situation. Telephone and mobile crisis services are offered 24 hours a day. Walk-in crisis services are offered in Indiana PA at The Open Door.
To access telephone and mobile crisis services, call 1-877-333-2470. A telephone crisis worker will answer your call and assist you. The telephone crisis worker will talk with you and offer supportive listening to help to identify solutions as well as make referrals to other services when appropriate. At times it may be appropriate to suggest that you come into the crisis office to talk with someone. Walk-in crisis services are offered, no appointment necessary, between 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday through Friday and 1:00 PM till 6:00 PM on weekends and holidays at The Open Door, in Indiana, PA. It may also be suggested that a crisis worker meet you at your home or in the community to assist you.
You may be a family member or friend who is concerned and want to find help for someone you care about. You can call the telephone crisis service to talk with someone who can assist you with deciding the best way to help.
Crisis Intervention is a recovery oriented service that utilizes an individual’s natural resources to help to support and maintain the individual in their home environment whenever appropriate and possible. All crisis services are accessed by calling 1-877-333-2470.
Crisis services are offered at no cost to the individual.
300 Indian Springs Road, Suite 113
Indiana, PA 15701
Hours: By appointment only
120 South Grant Ave., Suite 3
Kittanning, PA 16201
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
About the AgriStress Mental Health Helpline
In trying times, Pennsylvania’s farmers are always there, keeping food on our tables and filling store shelves. It’s a rewarding, yet stressful way of life, filled with uncertainty that for some can lead to anxiety and depression. But farmers are not forgotten.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture recognizes farmers and their families have unique circumstances that may contribute to loneliness, sadness, stress, or depression and hinder someone from seeking professional treatment for their mental health. Living and/or working on a farm can be isolating, rural areas have fewer therapists, and the work on a farm never stops.
Anyone, at any age, can experience these feelings and deserves treatment. It’s okay to ask for help.
The AgriStress HelpLine is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 833-897-AGRI (2474).
The AgriStress Mental Health Helpline is supported by the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network Program, 2021-70035-35380/2020-09329, from the U.S Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture and The AgriSafe Network.