You Call, We Answer
Help Us Respond to Crisis
This giving season, help us respond to crisis.
Every time someone reaches out for help, we answer – our job is to guide them to hope.
We bring our experiences, training, and most of all, compassion, to every contact on our lines.
The new 988 Crisis and Suicide Lifeline is changing the landscape of crisis response, one contact at a time – not only because it makes getting help easier – but because it breaks down barriers of stigma and normalizes connection.
This transformation is about our nation and our communities joining together and saying with one voice: “It is okay to struggle – and it is okay to get help.”
Lines for Life answers with hope across the breadth of our work – not only on our crisis lines.
Our Prevention and Training programs focus upstream – transforming mental health support systems to keep people from reaching a place of despair in the first place. Our YouthLine continues to expand its support in schools and communities, and in partnership with the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs with a brand-new satellite center. Our Equity and Engagement programs build mental health skills in communities of color.