Our Mission

HopeLine supports people and saves lives during times of crisis through caring, confidential conversations. 


HopeLine crisis line is completely confidential and open right now.
Call us at 919-231-4525 or 1-877-235-4525.

Latest From Our Blog:

HopeLine Saturday Crisis Counselor Training beginning January 31.

HopeLine starts a new Crisis Counselor training sessions this month. Training will begin on Saturday, January 31. HopeLine provides extensive training, including over 40 hours of instruction with experts in our community and internships with staff and experienced volunteers. For more information on joining our training session visit our volunteer page or contact Jenny, our volunteer coordinator at volunteer@hopeline-nc.org, or at the office, 919-832-3326, if you have further questions. All interested volunteers must submit and application and have a phone interview before joining our training.

We hope you will join us!

Training will be held each of the following Saturday’s:

Jan. 31: 11am – 4pm

Feb. 7: 9am – 4pm

Feb. 14: 9am – 2pm

Feb. 21: 9am – 4pm

Feb. 28: 9am – 4pm

Download: Volunteer Application

Did you catch HopeLine in the news…

HopeLine was featured on WRAL Thanksgiving Night!

We hope you caught HopeLine‘s feature on WRAL Thanksgiving evening, with a tribute to our AMAZING volunteers and the busy Holiday Season we have on the crisis lines. If you missed it you can find it HERE or click the image below!

A huge thank you all our volunteers who dedicate their time and service to HopeLine, and Amy who gave up part of her Thanksgiving to cover the lines and be interviewed by the news team.

 WRAL News Story

I Will Survive Walk, November 9th

HopeLine and Triangle Survivors of Suicide have partnered for the upcoming I Will Survive Walk on November 9th. The inaugural walk started last year with TSOS hosting the walk at Halifax Mall in downtown Raleigh. With over 200 participants the walk was a huge success and opportunity for loved ones throughout the Triangle to join together in memory of those we have lost. This year HopeLine and Triangle SOS have partnered for the survivors walk to raise suicide awareness, promote suicide prevention, and provide support to those who have lost a loved one to suicide. The 3 mile walk goes throughout the streets of downtown Raleigh.


Student $10

Individual $20

Register at www.trianglesos.org 

12:00 – 1:00 Registration at Halifax Mall
1:00 – 1:30 Opening
1:30 – 3:00 Walk through downtown Raleigh
3:00 – 3:30 Closing

The approximately 3-mile walk will begin and end at the Halifax Mall, 430 North Salisbury Street Raleigh, NC 27603, Raleigh, NC, 27603. Halifax Mall borders Salisbury Street in downtown Raleigh between Peace and Lane Streets.  It is the courtyard surrounded by the NC Revenue Building, Archdale Building, Legislative Office Building and the Education Building.  Participants will be walking on downtown Raleigh sidewalks.


Parking is available in the parking deck on Salisbury St, opposite of Halifax Mall. Street parking is also available on nearby streets.


Survivors Walk Poster – Nov 9th