Teen TalkLine

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When you talk, who listens? Do you have someone in your life to turn to when you need help? Does it seem like no one understands you? Do you ever feel alone?

We are here for you when you need to talk. You do not have to feel alone. We are Teen TalkLine and we are here to listen to you regardless of the problems you are facing. It may not be easy to find someone who will listen to your problems without judging you. Teen TalkLine is non-judgmental and available to anyone. Our job is to listen to you and help you explore options for dealing with whatever problems you are experiencing. Your job is simply to contact us when you feel overwhelmed and need support. No subject is too great or too small for you to discuss with us.

We are available to talk to you about a lot of different issues including . . .

feelings of suicide
eating disorders
growing up LGBTQ
relationship with parents
trouble at home
trouble at school
academic performance
alcohol and drug use
mental illness
grief and loss
religion and faith
gang involvement

Whatever it is that you are struggling with, remember that you are not alone in your situation. We care about you and want to help. Call us 919-231-4525 or toll free, 877-235-4525 or see if a volunteer is available to chat by clicking Chat with Teen HopeLine and agreeing to the terms and conditions.

Mission Statement

HopeLine is a family of confidential services offering caring, non-judgmental listening and resource information in an effort to improve the overall well-being of people in the community.

We aim to be available from 4pm-11pm EST every day. In the event you are unable to chat with please try our crisis line or review our resources tab for other available options. If you are in an emergency situation please dial 911


You can also reach our crisis line by calling 919-231-4525 or toll free at 877-­235­-4525.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.HOPELINE-NC.ORG for more information on other programs available.

HopeLine, Inc. is a United Way Partner Agency.

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