HopeLine is always looking for volunteers to join to our team! Due to COVID-19, we are accepting fewer volunteers at this time. HopeLine volunteers provide confidential listening services, crisis and suicide intervention, and information referrals to the community.
18 years of age
Caring, compassionate, and willing to help those in crisis
32 hour training class plus 2 four-hour internships (40 hours total)
Commit to at least 12 hours per month of service on the lines for a minimum of 12 months after training.
Submit the application
Phone interview with the Program Coordinator
Attend 40 hours of HopeLine training
Be selected as a HopeLine volunteer
Due to COVID-19, HopeLine is now holding all trainings virtually, through Zoom.
Training classes are typically Tuesday evening, Thursday evening, and all day Saturday. After submitting an application, the Program Coordinator will provide all necessary training information for you to be a successful volunteer!
If you need any additional information about the volunteer application process, training, or volunteer requirements, please contact the Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the HopeLine Business Office: (919) 832-3326