Our Helpline is the first step for getting support. It is your place for a nonjudgmental and confidential listening ear. We’re here for you.
The Helpline is the front door to all of our other services. There are lots of resources out there, even though it may not feel like it. We can get you connected. It doesn’t have to be an emergency. We’re here to help.
Give us a call!
IF THE HELPLINE IS CLOSED:
Our Helpline may be temporarily closed outside business hours due to staffing struggles. If you call when the Helpline is closed, we are still here for you. Please read on below for instructions, information, and resources for what you can do right now.
If you are afraid for your safety, call 911 immediately.
National DV Hotline 800-799-7233: For information and education on domestic and sexual violence, including safety planning.
Free rape exam: Go directly to the ER, and a specially trained nurse will support you.
988: National Suicide Hotline (call or text!)
211: Local resources and support
Warm Line 877-688-3377: If you need someone to talk to, open Sat/Sun noon-9pm
This website is rich in information to help you plan.