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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 or 1-855-6-hopenow☺
Our Operators are available from 12pm – 9pm everyday of the week. We look forward to hearing from you!
Are you a young adult in Connecticut who has a passion for mental health and enjoys connecting with peers?
Then join us for this awesome free event we’re hosting soon!
Our 2022 Virtual Young Adult Summit will be filled with thought provoking workshops, activities, discussions and more relating to the “Waves of Reflection.”
If you’d like to learn more about the 2022 Virtual YA Summit please get connected with us by visiting our website, calling our Warmline at 1-855-6-hopenow or emailing us at email@example.com.
Please register before February 15th using the link below:
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