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Help Is Just A Text Away - HOPELINE™ PSA

Remember you are important and that you matter... It is ok to ask for help.

HOPELINE™, by the Center for Suicide Awareness, is a text-in (versus voice call-in) free service for help and hope. HOPELINE™ is the first Emotional Support Text Line in the State of Wisconsin and provides service throughout the entire state.

HOPELINE’s purpose is to offer emotional support and resources before situations rise to crisis level. Texts received reflect struggles with breakups, job loss, bullying, LGBTQ issues, parental issues, school, friends, relationship issues or any struggle a person is experiencing.


If You Only Knew What You Left Behind

Documentary awarded Telly Award in the Social Issue/Causes Category as part of the 2014 35th Annual Telly Awards.


PSA Green Bay Gamblers - Hopeline

Text HOPELINE to 741741 to be connected to a trained counselor, free of charge.



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Testimonials

"I am forever grateful to The Center for Suicide Awareness for allowing a platform to tell our daughter's story. Amanda was 26 when she died by suicide 13 years ago. Through the Center, I have been able to try to bring to light her struggles and keep her memory alive. Whether it be in person, one-on-one, large groups, oral or written, her story is very important to our family. She will always be our daughter and must not be forgotten."

~ J.R.

"The Center for Suicide Awareness is an amazing organization working to reduce suicide rates, eliminate stigma, train communities in resilience and inform communities about mental health. These individuals at the center are kind, passionate, and do good in the community. The center created the hopeline for individuals in need of immediate suicide intervention. I highly recommend participating in their events, utilizing their resources if necessary, and/or getting involved in some way so that we can combat suicide together!"

~ J.K.

"The Center for Suicide SOS group is helping us as it gives us a place to meet and talk with other survivors who lost a loved one to suicide. A death by suicide is hard to understand but by talking with the group it has helped us to move forward."

~ J.H.

"What you're supposed to do when you don't like a thing is change it. If you can't change it, change the way you think about it. Don't complain."
~ Maya Angelou, Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now