Crisis hotlines and centers play a vital role in providing immediate support and intervention during times of emotional distress, mental health crises, or emergencies. These services are staffed by trained professionals who offer confidential and non-judgmental assistance to individuals in need. Crisis hotlines are typically accessible via phone, text messaging, or online chat platforms, ensuring accessibility for those seeking help. These services provide a lifeline for individuals experiencing suicidal thoughts, domestic violence, substance abuse, or other urgent situations. Crisis centers may offer a safe space for individuals in crisis, providing counseling, referrals to appropriate resources, and sometimes even temporary shelter. By providing timely intervention and emotional support, crisis hotlines and centers help save lives, promote mental well-being, and offer a compassionate and supportive environment for those in distress.


National Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-800-273-8255

Arizona Child Protective Services  

Teen Lifeline -  hour service with trained peer counselors available daily 3pm-9pm.

La Frontera - AZ Suicide Prevention centers


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