Do you need to talk? We're here to listen.
The Warm Line is a confidential, non-emergency phone line for any resident of Cochise, Graham, Greelee, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz and Yuma Counties who needs to talk. This free service offers access to Peer Support operators who have first-hand experience living with mental illness or substance use--either through their own expereince, or through that of a close family member. Callers can talk about life challenges, find out about local community resources and support, and talk about their own mental health concerns (or those of loved ones) with operators who have experienced similar concerns.
As featured on KOLD-Tucson News Now, the Warm Line began in 1998, and currently receives over 2,500 calls a month.
Free to all residents (youth and adults) of Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz and Yuma Counties. Talk to a trained peer, someone who has experienced mental illness and/or addiction.
Warm Line Hours:
The Warm Line is open from 8AM-MIDNIGHT, 7 DAYS a WEEK, 365 DAYS a YEAR