The Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service – Now 24 Hours
The Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service provides non-crisis and crisis telephone support from a recovery and peer informed perspective in the York Region, South Simcoe and North York areas (the Central LHIN). The support line is answered by individuals with lived experience with mental health concerns, addiction, and/or trauma.
Volunteers are receiving ongoing training to ensure that their skill sets meets the need of the callers to continue to offer strong supports – regardless of the topics being discussed.
Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service volunteers work from their own homes. When a caller calls the toll-free number, the call is re-routed to the volunteers servicing the line. This ensures confidentiality on both ends. Being a volunteer also provides an opportunity for people to utilize their lived experience in a real and meaningful way which directly impacts other peoples and their own recovery.
THE WARM LINE IS GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY:
SERVICES KINDLY SUPPORTED AND SUPPLIED BY:
For more information about the Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service or if you are interested in becoming a Warm Line and Peer Crisis Support Service volunteer, please fill out the following form and give us your reasons for wanting to become a volunteer. You can also call us directly at the Krasman Centre for more information.
The Krasman Centre is generously funded by:
Funded in part through The Regional Municipality of York