The Warm Line

Type of Service

Peer/Self Help

Program Description

The Warm Line is NOT a replacement for the Crisis and Invention Unit, the Police, the Hospital or any other Emergency Need. It is an ALTERNATIVE to calling the Police, Hospital or Crisis & Intervention when a Survivor needs to know someone is available and willing to listen just like a friend and NOT an emergency situation. Volunteers are required to contact the local authorities when they feel an emergency situation is occurring and will provide as much information as possible to ensure the safety of the caller in the case of an emergency or if a Volunteer cannot assist they will also call the on-call Supervisor (staff). You do not have to provide your provide your full name, but a name to call you when talking is awesome. What to talk about.... Everyday Life Concerns & Issues for any reason, including but not limited to mental health, bill issues, friend problems, where to find something you need or anything that will help you with everyday life.

Access Information

Available every day and all holidays.

User Costs

User Cost No

Referral Contact Information

Phone 519-631-1580
Toll-Free 888-631-1919

Clients Served

Gender All
Age 14 and up
Catchment Ontario
Wheelchair Access No
Accessibility AccommodationsWheelchair accessible, one floor building, handicap washrooms. Ramp at back entrance.

Smoking

Policy Allowed

Languages

English

Hours

Main Hours

Monday 0000-2400
Tuesday 0000-2400
Wednesday 0000-2400
Thursday 0000-2400
Friday 0000-2400
Saturday 0000-2400
Sunday 0000-2400

Available every day and all holidays.