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Where to turn for help 

Places to turn for victims of sexual abuse

To report a child in immediate danger, call 9-1-1. For more information, visit keepkidssafe.pa.gov.

ChildLine and Abuse Registry

Part of Pennsylvania’s mandatory child protective services program, ChildLine receives verbal and electronic referrals 24/7. 

800-932-0313 or www.compass.state.pa.us/cwis/public/home

PA Coalition Against Rape

This private — and publicly — funded organization advocates for victims of sexual assault. There are two locations in Pittsburgh.

888-772-7227 or pcar.org

Pittsburgh Action Against Rape

81 S. 19th St., South Side. 

866-363-7273 or paar.net

The Center for Victims

3433 E. Carson St., South Side. 

412-392-8582 or centerforvictims.org

Clergy Abuse Hotline

Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s office has established this hotline for anybody with information about sexual assault by any priests or other clergy.

888-538-8451

Pittsburgh Diocese Hotline

The Diocese of Pittsburgh has set up this hotline for reports of church-related abuse.

888-808-1235 or diopitt.org/report-child-sexual-abuse

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