Warmlines for U.S. Callers

We are here 24/7 at Supportiv to listen and understand — via chat. If you prefer to talk on the phone, or just don’t like to type, “warmlines” may be a good option for you.

Warmlines are like “hotlines,” but instead of calling in crisis, you call when you just want to talk.

All of the below warmlines are available to anyone in the United States. The lines may be run locally, but they are all open to anyone who wants to talk.

Project return peer support network

  • Based in California
  • (888) 448-9777 English
  • (888) 448-4055 Spanish
  • Hours: 7 days a week, 5pm-10pm PST

Warm line

  • Based in Kentucky
  • (859) 252-0058
  • Hours: Monday – Thursday 11:30am-9:00pm; Friday – Saturday 5:00pm-9:00pm EST

The peer warm line 

  • Based in Massachusetts
  • (877) 733-7563
  • Hours: Monday – Sunday, 4pm-8pm EST

Western mass RLC peer support line

  • Based in Massachusetts
  • (888) 407-4515
  • Hours: Friday – Monday, 8pm-midnight EST

The empowerment center in New York

  • Based in New York
  • (877) HELP-800 or (877) 435-7800
  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am-8pm EST

Cincinnati warmline

  • Based in Ohio
  • (513) 931-WARM or (513) 931-9276
  • Open 24 hours

Lorain warmline

  • Based in Ohio
  • 1-800-888-6161
  • Crisis line open 7 days per week, 365 days a year. Warmline referral available 1pm-10pm EST.

The warmLine – King County

  • Based in Washington
  • (877) 500-9276
  • Hours: 7 days a week, 5pm-10pm PST

If you are outside the US:

The above phone numbers are for folks calling from the United States. If you’re outside the United States, consider viewing our list of international crisis lines and warmlines.

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