Teen TXT Crisis Line

Suicide Prevention Purple Ribbon MediumThe national colors for Suicide Prevention are Purple and Teal. In an effort to be identified as an organization that seeks to prevent, intervene, and help those battling emotional and mental health crises’, we have changed the colors of our website to align with the national colors of Suicide Prevention!

Crisis Chat Line

To Chat Online in a Safe and Secure Online Environment, Click the the link below that says, “Online. Click here to Enter.”


Each night, 7 days a week from 3 p.m. to 12 a.m., you can talk how-instant-messaging-works-1directly to a Chat Counselor who is willing to listen, care, and provide solutions to the things you are facing in life.

It is secure and confidential. Instant Messaging with a Chat Counselor could help you walk through some very difficult times in your life.

Click the Blue Online Chat link to your left to start a chat conversation right now.


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The Teen TXT Crisis Line is a safe, understanding, nonjudgmental place for Youth who are in Crisis to be heard and helped!

We “walk with youth” through life’s crises via a method they know and trust, text messaging!

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The Teen TXT Crisis Line is available 7 days a week from 3 p.m. to 12 a.m.

If no one is available to take your text, because we are still growing, please call the National Suicide Lifeline at 800-273-8255

Download the Teen TXT Crisis Line Poster below