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Thank you for your interest in volunteering for HopeLine!
We are currently accepting volunteer applications for all programs. Please fill out the application for the program you are interested in by clicking the appropriate link below. You must reside in North Carolina to be a volunteer with HopeLine.

There are many ways to get involved with our organization.
Volunteer your time and help us continue our mission to support people's mental health through active listening and caring confidential conversations.

All volunteers must be at least 18 and complete a background screen.

Crisis Line

Crisis Line volunteers go through 32 hours of training and 4 internships to learn our Active Listening philosophy, HopeLine policies & procedures, lethality assessment protocols, and specific skills for crisis de-escalation. Volunteers are then paired with a mentor to begin answering crisis calls and texts. 

Volunteers on the lines can expect to help people experiencing:

  • mental health emergencies

  • suicide

  • domestic violence

  • loneliness

  • grief

  • child abuse

  • trauma 

  • addiction & recovery

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Internships

HopeLine accepts interns who are interested in gaining experience in

non-profit management, crisis intervention, mental health, finance, social media & marketing, and much more!

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Reassurance Calls

Reassurance volunteers go through an 8 hour training class to learn our Active Listening philosophy, lethality assessment, and HopeLine policies & procedures. Volunteers then can make outbound calls to our Reassurance program participants.

 

The program participants are typically elderly or homebound with little to no daily support. These calls are friendly, check-in calls to help reduce loneliness and isolation in our community. 

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Subcommittees

HopeLine's Board of Directors has two subcommittees that you can serve on!

There is the Finance & Strategy Committee and the Events & Fundraising Committee.  Please click HERE for more information. 

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If you need any additional information about the volunteer application process, training, or volunteer requirements, please contact the Program Coordinator, at programs@hopeline-nc.org or call the HopeLine Business Office: (919) 832-3326 

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