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50 Years of HopeLine

We want to do our part to comply with NC social distancing mandates along with CDC guidelines in response to COVID-19. Unfortunately, this means that we are canceling our annual gala. In its place, we are hosting a virtual, 5-month fundraising campaign as a way to celebrate 50 years of service and provide hope that is needed now more than ever. You can read more about each of these events here ( and how YOU can support! There are opportunities to donate, share your story, get involved, and raise awareness.

Our nation is in crisis. HopeLine volunteers and staff are trained to discuss any form of crisis. At HopeLine, a crisis is any issue in someone's life that would lead them to pick up the phone and call or text us. No challenge is too big or too small. We are trained listeners who can provide a safe, judgment-free space to process the growing daily challenges we are facing.

HopeLine provides the community with a free and confidential crisis and suicide prevention hotline and text line. We offer crisis intervention, non-judgmental active listening, gentle and understanding discussion of crisis resolution, and referrals to appropriate community resources. HopeLine is on the front lines supporting issues like the COVID-19 pandemic, suicide, domestic violence, child abuse, rape and sexual assault, racial injustice, loneliness, diagnosed mental illness, grief, bullying, and more.

You talk. We listen. It’s the way it’s always been here at HopeLine, and that’s the way that it will continue to be.

We hope you join us in our #idonatehopefor campaign celebrating 50 years of service! Donate, share your story, get involved, raise awareness, and stay tuned for more ways to spread hope and save lives!

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