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Keystone Health Crisis Intervention Program

The Keystone Health Crisis Intervention Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help with each individual crisis situation. No appointment is necessary. Walk-in services are only available Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. (It is not necessary to check-in at the Emergency Department to visit the Crisis Intervention office during these hours).

Keystone Health Crisis Intervention Program
112 N. Seventh Street
(in an office next to the Chambersburg Hospital’s Emergency Department)

Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717) 264-2555

Keystone Health Crisis Intervention Program provides mental health and drug and alcohol services throughout the Franklin and Fulton County areas. These services are provided by Hotline and/or face-to-face contact in the Crisis office or the local hospital emergency departments.


When calling the Hotline, a caller will have the opportunity to talk privately with trained Crisis staff. The staff will listen, support, and supply the caller with the appropriate resources to help the caller deal with their personal crisis. If the caller is in need of further assistance, the Crisis staff may suggest that the caller go to the nearest emergency department.

Walk In

Walk–in services are also available by going directly to the Crisis office. This face-to-face contact will consist of an assessment and referral for appropriate follow up to the meeting. Follow up may include a visit to the emergency department for some medical tests and further assessment for possible inpatient treatment.


Mobile Services are provided when assistance is requested by a local agency, school or law enforcement.