Emergency Contacts


Fire/Medical/Crime Emergency Call 911

  • In the event of a medical emergency call 911 and explain your problem to the operator. The operator will send an ambulance to your location to pick you up and take you to the hospital.

  • In the event of a fire call 911 and give the operator your location, a fire truck, ambulance, and police car will come to the fire to put it out and ensure that everyone is safe.

  • In the event of a robbery, break in, or any other type of crime call 911 and describe to them what happened. Police officers will come to where you are and provide help. Police officers may ask you for a statement of the events to help them if they need to do any investigation.

  • Emergency vehicles have loud sirens to alert people that they are coming, do not be frightened by the loud noise. If you are ever driving and hear a siren safely pull to the side of the rode to let the emergency vehicle pass.


Poison Control (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) 1-800-222-1222

If someone in your family has ate or drank something poisonous call the Poison Control hotline immediately. Describe to them what was eaten or drank and they will give you advice on how to treat this person at home. Or if it is a serious emergency they will tell you how to keep the person stable on the way to the hospital.


Allentown Police Non-Emergency Line 610-437-7751

If you need to contact the police for a non-emergency call the non-emergency line. Here you can report anything that is not a serious matter and does not require emergency services immediately.


Turning Point Lehigh Valley (Domestic Violence) (610) 797-0530

This is a number that you can call if you experience violence or aggressive behavior within the home. They can offer you support and get you the help you need to get out of the violent situation.