Prevention is at the heart of everything we do at Lines for Life. We offer a variety of services.
Parents, family, friends and educators are the first line of prevention. We believe that developing and sustaining healthy communities is the key to drug-free kids.
All of our phone services are free and confidential.
Last year, Lines for Life received nearly 55,000 calls on our crisis lines.
Our Suicide Lifeline handled more than 17,000 calls in 2015. Our crisis-intervention specialists are able to de-escalate about 98% of those calls by helping callers find reasons to live, and by giving those callers the resources they need to work through a crisis and regain hope for the future.
The Alcohol & Drug Helpline assists those struggling with substance abuse.
When students call the YouthLine, they reach an understanding and caring teen who will help sort through the teen’s concerns—and will do so without judging the caller.
The Military Helpline offers real help and real hope 24/7/365 to service members, veterans and their families. Veterans’ issues may include unemployment, poverty, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress and thoughts of suicide.
The Senior Loneliness Line supports seniors in our community who are feeling lonely and having difficulty connecting.
Please explore the services we offer and find the ways we can help you. To contract for services with Lines for Life, email David Westbrook, chief operations officer: [email protected]