We’re connecting callers to recovery.
We need your support to meet this need.
Holidays can be a tough time for those in recovery or struggling with substance use – and with the added challenges of COVID-19 risk, and with recovery communities meeting online, we know that our services are needed now more than ever.
There’s a motto in the recovery world that stands out for us this season:
“The opposite of addiction isn’t sobriety – it’s connection.”
We provide connection, 24/7.
- Our call counselors provide immediate support and resource referral
- We suggest accessible, evidence-based strategies for recovery and harm reduction
- We support loved ones and family members as well
Our Behavioral Health Support Line helps callers find a recovery program.
- Launched in October, this service works with a real-time database of state-approved providers and recovery programs that have current availability
- We listen and assess for needs, and recommend an available provider who we think would be a good match for the caller
We’ve supported over 7,500 callers so far this year who sought help around substance use and recovery.
Please give generously to help us meet the need as more people call for help.
More people are reaching their limits and calling our crisis lines for help.
When they call, we answer with hope.
We are still in the thick of COVID-19’s challenges. As the virus peaks again across the country, more people are experiencing Coronavirus Fatigue – many people who were emotionally fine in the early months are now feeling the long-term strain of worry and isolation.
We launch our End of Year Giving campaign – this year it’s more important than ever that our work is sustained. We need your help to continue offering 24/7 support to Oregon and beyond – no matter what comes our way.
Please give generously.
CEO, Lines for Life