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You can call us toll-free at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778).
By calling 1-800-772-1213, you can use our automated telephone services to get recorded information and conduct some business 24 hours a day. Generally, you’ll have a shorter wait time if you call during the week after Tuesday.
Decatur Peer Support, Wellness and Respite Center 888-945-1414; Warmline: (404) 371-1414 Operates 24 hours a day Cartersville Peer Support, Wellness and Respite Center (770) 276-2019 Operates 24 hours a day Cleveland Peer Support, Wellness and Respite Center (855) 482-2933; Warmline: (706) 865-3601 Operates 24 hours a day Mc Donough Peer Support, Wellness and Respite Center (678) 782-7666 Operates 24 hours a day Moultrie Peer Support, Wellness and Respite Center (229) 873-9737 Operates 24 hours a day Georgia Crisis and Access Line (800)715-4225 Operates 24 hours a day CHATLINE - MHA of South Central Kansas (316) 684-CHAT (2428) (316) 425-6986 Hours: - pm every day except designated agency holidays Compassionate Ear Warmline 866-WARM-EAR (927-6327) Local Number is: (913) 281-2251 4 pm - 10 pm, 7 days a week Kansas crisis number: 800-784-2433 The Louisiana Warm Line The Louisiana Warmline is a noncrisis phone line staffed by trained and certified Peer Support Specialists providing confidential and non-judgmental peer support. PSI provides a warm line for non-emergency calls at (304) 679-8183.
Generally, we do not publish the phone numbers of our local offices.
Warm lines staffed with appropriately trained, clinically supervised, compensated peer specialists can help round out mental health services in rural and urban communities.
Future research should focus on the various implementation and funding options of this unique peer support service.
Sign up for a peer run respites electronic mailing list at Yahoo Groups!
Links for useful information on starting a warmline and more. Other peer-run respite programs to go to: directory of warmlines: Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community (MBRLC) recent Peer Warmline feature in the SAMHSA Recovery to Practice weekly newsletter 11/12/10.