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NAMI Massachusetts Sep 26
A  is a call-in service that provides individuals with a mental health condition with a place to turn if they need someone to talk to who understands what it's like. Staff are that have received training. Find one here:
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SFBay.ca Oct 7
What began in 2014 as a peer-run mental health hotline serving the Bay Area, the Warm Line is now being launched as a statewide toll-free service offering non-emergency counseling and referrals.
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Jen Den Oct 13
The Peer-Run Warm Line (1-855-845-7415) is a non-emergency resource for anyone in the state of California seeking emotional support.
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Tulare and Kings County Warm Line Oct 7
We are the and County . A toll number you can call and tell us about your day or any feelings you might want to vent about we are ready to listen. Give us a call at 1-877-306-2413
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Judy SK Sep 10
I'm really glad I'm still here too... I can attest to the fact that it DOES get better. For the most part, we don't want to die, we want to end the pain and the hopeless feeling. I called the and although I still have some "days", I have hope.❤
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Colin Grady Nov 30
Happy 3rd Birthday to the Warmline album, “SAD.”
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WellMama Aug 31
“While writing these words I was in disbelief that I was finally saying them...For those of you currently in the midst of it I just want you to know it’s not forever.” . . . . @mariahcantando ❤️ For those still in the thick of it, call our 1-800-896-0410
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Marlo Jones Oct 10
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CHANNAL May 23
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Ramsanity Dec 21
Virginia’s will be open 12.22 to 1.2 — everyday from 5p to 9p! The can be a rough time of year, we are here to non-judgmentally & provide . We can be reached at (866) 400 6428 spread the word!
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DiversityInParentingInc Jan 13
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maternalMHmom Sep 15
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Sabrina Cervantes Oct 10
Today is , a reminder to prioritize your . This week, CA launched the first FREE, statewide mental health : 1-855-845-7415, to offer non-emergency emotional support & referrals to those in need of mental health resources.
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Krista Jan 15
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Tulare and Kings County Warm Line Sep 9
Its again, if you are feeling or need someone to to we are always available at 1-877-306-2413.
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LACPA Oct 9
officials announced the launch of the state’s first toll-free . Gov. Gavin Newsom allocated $10.8 million over three years for the California Peer-Run , which will feature nonemergency emotional support and referrals to all residents.
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Tulare and Kings County Warm Line Sep 25
Remember if you would like to talk to someone about anything give us a call at 1-877-306-2413, we are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week! We are the a friendly reminder that someone is always there for you
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MHAVirginia Dec 19
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT (effective December 22nd through January 2nd): For the first time, Virginia’s will be open through the holidays — everyday from 5pm to 9pm! The holiday season can be a...
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Yaw Adu Sep 9
😂 In all seriousness though, whenever you feel like having someone hear you out and there's too much going on, I'm here. You can even try calling the "Warm Line" and they'll hear you out, without any insults or harsh judgement. (877)-306-2143
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NAMI Orange County Feb 11
Feb. 10: Love is calling NAMI OC's Warmline at (714)991-6412 when life gets tough, or to connect with someone who can help. NAMI OC is here for you!
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