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Circle Center Drop-In Center


Circle Center Drop-In Center

What is the Circle Center?

The Circle Center is a consumer-run drop-in center for adult mental health consumers.  It offers a  friendly atmosphere for socialization and fellowship between individuals coping with mental health issues.  Peer counseling is also available if needed. 

What is offered at the center?

Activities include:


Movie night
Pool Tournaments
Bible Study
Computer Class
 ....and much more



Who can use this service?

Any past or present recipient of mental health services that is at least 18 years of age

How can I join the Circle Center?

Just drop in!  We are open 7 days a week. Membership is free!  Our hours are:

Monday through Friday  10am- 9pm

Saturday and Sunday      1pm-9pm

You may also contact us at (724)-225-1561 or at:  mhadic1992@yahoo.com










What is the Warmline?


The Warmline is a telephone line for mental health consumers and family members of Washington and Fayette Counties to call and receive non-emergency peer support and/or community resource information.  This phone line is unique as it is not a crisis line.  The Warmline Staff, mental health consumers themselves, bring their own experienced backgrounds to each call.   High standards of confidentiality and trust are always maintained






What does the Warmline provide?


Understanding, respectful, supportive conversation to each caller and assistance with problem solving when needed. 

Information in response to requests from consumers or their family members.

Follow-up contact will be made to callers, when possible, to insure that appropriate information and services were received.

When can I call?


The hours of operation for the Warmline are 6pm-9pm, 7 days a week, except major holidays.   The phone numbers are listed below.


        Local number - (724) 223-1026

        Toll Free - 1-800-MHA-2466

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