Warm Line Responder

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Ongoing Opportunity Category: Advocacy and Community Development

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  • Provide non-judgmental support and recovery based service to callers who use the Warm Line, provide resources and referrals to the best of your ability, and direct suicide/crisis calls to the appropriate crisis hotline or 911.

  • Skills Requested: Warm Line Responders must be able to provide support and empathy towards callers and maintain patience and composure in crisis intervention.
    Requirements & Commitment: All volunteers are required to have lived experience with mental illness as it is a peer led network . A 4-hour Warm Line training is required and is provided by NAMI SWMO. Volunteers needed for daytime hours - 9:30am-5:00pm.
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