Mental Health America of Northern California Looking for Volunteers for Consumer-Operated Warm Line

Mental Health America of Northern California’s Warm Line is aimed at reducing isolation, loneliness and depression.  Staff is equipped to provide telephone reassurance, companionship, linkage to community resources, and support groups to individuals in need of support and socialization.  The Warm Line is available in Spanish, Russian, Hmong, Vietnamese, Chinese and Sinhala. Pick up the phone and call a friend.  Call: (916)366-4668 or toll free at (855)642-6222.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Warm Line click here for more information.

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