HOPELINE, by the Center for Suicide Awareness, is a text-in (versus voice call-in) free service for help and hope. HOPELINE is the Emotional Support Text Line in the State of Wisconsin and provides service throughout the entire state.
HOPELINE’s purpose is to offer emotional support and resources before situations rise to crisis level. Texts received reflect struggles with breakups, job loss, bullying, LGBTQ issues, parental issues, school, friends, relationship issues or any struggle a person is experiencing.
Here’s how it works:
HOPELINE Text Line serves anyone in any type of situation, providing them access to free, 24/7 emotional support and information they need via the medium they already use and trust: text.
Someone texts into HOPELINE — 741741 — anywhere, anytime, about any type of challenge or struggle.
A live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly.
Each person that text in is important to us and we care about what they are dealing with.
Thank you for using and supporting HOPELINE!
Project Rest, started by the Center for Suicide Awareness, reaches out to all with the powerful visual “rest” symbol in music. In music, the REST symbol is a place where the musician pauses in the middle of the song to breathe, refocus, and refresh before they continue.
In life, there are ups and downs, twists and turns, and we can easily become stressed and overwhelmed. With the barrage of life issues we face daily, take a moment and simply rest. PROJECT REST serves to encourage and remind us to take a moment just to pause, breathe, refocus, and refresh. In music as in life, the song continues as so must we.
Your vision for the center and your work is essential for the community.
You are doing a very important and beautiful work and our community is blessed by it. We truly appreciate you giving of yourself and your time. We admire your passion and your heart and for what you do with HOPELINE. I see your ambition and drive and you are truly inspiring.
You have done such a great job of making people aware of something which isn’t easy to talk about. You have that small-town comfortable feel, with that big town ability to get things done!