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What is a Warmline?

Our Statewide Young Adult Warmline is a phone-based peer support line. Similar to hotlines, staff can connect callers to community resources, hold space, offer hope, and inspire their peers to live a life of self-defined purpose through sharing their own lived experience. You can reach us at 1-855-6-467-3669

Our Operators are available from 12pm – 9pm everyday of the week. We look forward to hearing from you!

Latest from our Blog

Building Your Own Wellness Toolkit: WRAP + DBT Diary Cards

One of the frustrating things about more traditional approaches to mental health is the emphasis on ‘working the program’ exactly as it’s prescribed. There is wisdom in many of the tools offered by the traditional mental health system. That said, most people who have been in recovery for a long time have necessarily experienced aContinue reading “Building Your Own Wellness Toolkit: WRAP + DBT Diary Cards”

“Beginner’s Mind” or “Mindfulness for People Who Hate Meditation”

I stopped making almost any art for about 10 years. When I enrolled in community college, I took Drawing I my first semester. My teacher had the patient and attentive attitude of a blue-ribbon rose gardener. She encouraged us to adopt a growth-oriented mindset. She wanted us to view challenges and failures as opportunities toContinue reading ““Beginner’s Mind” or “Mindfulness for People Who Hate Meditation””

What’s wrong With him?

While attending one of my classes recently as the professor was teaching her lecture, a student asked a question. The question was about the different types of  intravenous ports and other methods that are utilized for long-term treatments such as dialysis. This question led the professor to ask one of the other students in theContinue reading “What’s wrong With him?”

We are very proud to announce that our annual Young Adult Summit will be in person!

Stay updated via our social media accounts for more information regarding this awesome offering.

“The paradox of our inevitable suffering is our inevitable recovery”

– Johnathan McKenzie