HelpLine, Jackson County’s only 24-hour crisis hotline, answers nearly 12,000 crisis and other calls annually, and is almost entirely staffed by trained volunteers. Our volunteers and staff address concerns regarding domestic violence, sexual assault, panic, depression, loneliness, isolation, suicide, homelessness, and other personal crises. HelpLine also offers reassurance calls to the elderly who are living on their own.
HelpLine (541) 779-4357
Toll free at 1-855-216-2111
HelpLine at (541) 779-4357 is a free Jackson County crisis hotline. Our trained volunteers and staff address concerns regarding domestic violence, sexual assault, panic, depression, loneliness, isolation, suicide, homelessness, and other personal crises 24 hours a day/7 days a week. HelpLine volunteers answer nearly 12,000 calls annually which vary from needing someone to listen to desperate pleas for help.
HelpLine workers have access to a language line that allows them to speak to callers of many languages other than English.
HelpLine can connect people in need to local crisis services, including these Community Works Victim Services:
HelpLine volunteers listen with empathy, help problem solve, and provide contact information for local area resources to people in crisis. If you are interested in volunteering, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (541) 779-2393 x 212, or go to our Volunteer page for more information.