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Helplines in Arizona, United States.

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Teen Lifeline provides essential support for teens throughout Arizona. Teen Lifeline is a free, confidential, anonymous...


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Central Arizona Warm Line provides 24/7, free and confidential support over phone. We support everyone in Arizona, United...


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HOPE Inc. Warm Line provides free and confidential support and information by phone. We are here for adults in Arizona, United...


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The Arizona Sexual and Domestic Violence Helpline provides information, resources and referrals to victims and survivors of...


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Senior Help Line offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information by phone and text message (SMS). We support seniors...


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Southern Arizona HOPE Inc. Warm Line is dedicated to providing free and confidential support by phone. We exist to help adults,...


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Contact a hotline or helpline in Arizona, United States for free, confidential support

If you're looking for free and quick mental health support, helplines can be a great option. In Arizona, United States, free crisis counseling support is available from 8 hotlines and helplines.

If you have doubts about calling, that's normal. Learning more about helplines and what to expect can help you feel more confident to call.

What is a helpline or hotline?

Helplines offer immediate mental health support to the public for free. When you contact a helpline, you will receive confidential counseling support either over the phone, text message or online chat. In some countries, helplines are also known as hotlines or crisis lines.

What kind of support do helplines offer?

Helpline responders will actively listen to you while also asking questions to help you process difficult emotions and situations. When you call a hotline, you can expect to be listened to without judgment. If you like, you can also talk through or receive guidance on what steps you can take next.

If I contact a helpline, who will I talk to?

The people on the other end of a helpline or hotline are often counselors or volunteers who are trained in crisis counseling and active listening, and can offer you a safe space to talk freely about what's bothering you. Some helplines are staffed by peers who have some personal experience in the issue the helpline supports with.

What topics do helplines and hotlines assist with?

Helplines are there for anyone who might be in need of free support for mental and behavioral health problems. If you are struggling with something specific, such as suicide, depression, anxiety, or domestic violence, there are often helplines that cater specifically to these issues. You may also be able to contact a helpline related to your demographic, such as helplines that are specifically for teenagers, veterans or the LGBTQ+ community. A lot of helplines provide support for a variety of mental and behavioral health issues, so you can talk with them about anything that is concerning you.

What is a suicide hotline?

In most countries, there is access to a suicide hotline number that you can call if you're having thoughts about wanting to die or ending your life. Suicide hotlines, often called lifelines or crisis lines, are usually accessible 24/7. Many suicide hotlines also support with all topics.

Can I contact a helpline for support with a person I'm worried about?

Yes. If you are concerned about someone you care about, you can contact a helpline for advice and support. The helpline representative will discuss possible ways for you to support the person, such as support systems the person can use, as well as behaviors or steps you can do to help.

I'm in Arizona, United States. What hotlines and helplines are available to me?

In Arizona, United States, there are 8 hotlines and helplines that support with a range of topics.

The first helpline was founded in 1953. Today, there are over 2,000 globally. While there is a wide variety in the types of topics or populations helplines support today, they are united by a common thread: to help those who are experiencing emotional distress or crisis to find a meaningful path ahead. Whether it's you who needs support, or whether you have questions about a loved one who is showing warning signs of distress, calling a helpline can help you get the support you need and deserve.


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