24/7 free, confidential phone line that connects individuals in crisis with trained counselors across the United States.
People do not have to be suicidal to call – reasons to call include: substance abuse, economic worries, relationships, sexual identity, illness, getting over abuse, depression mental and physical illness, and loneliness.
Here’s How it Works Two minutes before a live call is scheduled to end a warning prompt will interrupt the call momentarily.
The phone operator/agent will then have the option of using ‘Extend-a-Call’ which allows the Customer to purchase additional time via the payment module by simply pressing ‘33’ on their keypad.
If you are referred to our answering service, please leave a message with your name, phone number, and reason for calling and we will return your call as soon as possible.
● Dial 2-1-1 or visit ● 2-1-1 is a free, non-emergency, confidential, hotline and online resource center that provides easy access to housing information and critical health and human services.
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People call to talk about lots of things: substance abuse, economic worries, relationships, sexual identity, getting over abuse, depression, mental and physical illness, and loneliness, to name a few.
Veterans in crisis and their families and friends can be connected with qualified Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text by calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and pressing 1.
National, US-based crisis counseling and support phone line for people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.
Even though these calls are free, they may appear on your phone bill.
If you think an abuser may check your phone bill, try to call from a friend's phone or a public phone.