At the core of our mission is empowerment: helping a person in crisis feel like they’re capable of taking the next step to address their issues.
Our texters worry about their friends. We see more conversations about how to help a friend than we do grief, bullying, or substance abuse.
The deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have brought suicide into the public conversation.
People spend 4th of July outside with their flag raised honoring the holiday. Many may not consider how this display of patriotism may affect veterans.
Throughout the month of June we asked our Crisis Counselors for words of affirmation that they would want to pass on to our LGBTQ+ texters.
Whatever you’re feeling is valid. The series is intense, and if you’re feeling upset about the events depicted, you’re not alone.
If Mother’s Day is painful for you, you’re not alone—it’s okay if your Sunday doesn’t match the “breakfast in bed” ideal.
We know what it feels like to receive a text from a friend in some kind of crisis. Reading a text from someone in pain, you may feel concerned or panicked.