Warm Line 'Responders' provide help to Montanans struggling with isolation, anxiety, alcohol abuse, and other social issues by offering empathic support over the phone or web-chat
Since 2008 volunteers on the Montana Warm Line have provided support to those without a regular support system or simply those who would need someone to listen.
Responders consistently help Montanans who are struggling find hope by sharing stories of hope and recovery.
All responders receive training, and ongoing support throughout their service on the Warm Line, and are offered training in mental health/peer support for free of charge when available.
Available to fit your schedule. Looking for people to work the weekend and weekday shifts, please apply - Thanks
Good Match For
Teens People 55+
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 3 - 6 hrs a week, for a minimum of three months