When you need to talk to someone about your anxieties or concerns, try the Tulare County Warm Line. Are you, or is someone you know, experiencing any of the following?
- Anxiety or loneliness
- Family or relationship difficulties
- Symptoms of mental illness
- Loss of a job
- Health concerns
- Physical abuse
- Alcohol or drug abuse
The Warm Line is a number you can call when you need to speak with someone who will listen to your concerns without judgment or criticism. It is a peer-to-peer telephone support service that is staffed by people who have experienced the same kinds of issues a caller might have.
Staff are bilingual English-Spanish and are there to assist by listening, encouraging, and being supportive. The Warm Line also provides information and contacts for a variety of other services, such as mental health, housing, public health, or employment, and can refer callers to more intensive services with other agencies.
Your call is anonymous and confidential. And it’s toll-free.
This is not a crisis line but a support line. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and have thoughts of harming yourself or others, call 911.