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The 24-hour Crisis Line is a program of Crisis Support Services of Alameda County. Trained crisis intervention counselors are available to receive crisis calls and give supportive counseling 24 hours a day, every day. Translation is available in more than 140 languages. They also offer teletype (TDD) services for deaf and hearing-impaired individuals.Crisis Support Services of Alameda County is not in the business of imposing belief systems, solving problems, giving advice, or arguing people …

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The HIV/AIDS Nightline is a program of San Francisco Suicide Prevention. The HIV/AIDS Nightline is a 24/7/365 line for people to discuss issues related to HIV/AIDS, including but not limited to testing HIV positive, later stages of AIDS, isolation, concerns about medications, caregiver fatigue, and HIV risks.

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Peer Workforce Supportive Services is a program of San Francisco Suicide Prevention in partnership with Richmond Area Multiservices, Inc (RAMS). Four major services are or will be available to professionals in the mental health services workforce: Telephone and Online Support - an anonymous telephone and chat services staffed by peers, specifically for mental health workers with lived experience of mental health challenges. Peer Led Support Groups (Drop In)

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The Peer-Run Warm Line, a non-emergency resource for anyone seeking support, serves our community 7 days-a-week. The Warm Line provides assistance via phone and web chat to people who need to reach out when having a hard time.

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The BH Care Community Warm Line is a peer run warm line accepting national calls and is based in Ansonia, Connecticut. Calls are limited to two fifteen minute calls per day. There are currently no texting or chatting capabilities. Hours are listed below. Anyone in the U.S. can call.

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Compassionate Ear Warm Line is a program of Mental Health America of the Heartland. Compassionate Ear Warm Line is a Kansas-based peer warm line accepting calls nation-wide.

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The David Romprey Oregon Warmline is a peer-run warmline serving callers with Oregon area codes only. If you live in Oregon but have an out of state area code, you will not be able to call this warm line. Calls are restricted to 15 minutes, but there are no limits to how many times you can call. No chatting or texting is available.

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Friends Helping Friends Warm Line is a peer run warm line in Connecticut that accepts national callers. Callers may talk for fifteen minutes then wait a half hour to call again. Hours are listed below.

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The Guiding Path Warm Line is a peer run warm line that serves only residents of Connecticut. Calls are limited to two calls per night. Hours are 5:00pm-10:00pm every day.

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