Concerned about your own situation or that of someone else?
- Do you need someone to talk to?
- Are you feeling isolated and alone?
- Has life become overwhelming?
- Are you thinking about suicide?
- Are you unsure about what to do?
- Do you need help sorting things out?
You can call the Crisis Line about anything that is causing you concern, worry or distress. Examples might be suicide thoughts or feelings, mental health problems, addiction issues, family violence, abuse, relationship conflicts, loss, or just plain loneliness.
What does the Crisis Line provide?
The Crisis Line provides immediate, free, and confidential emotional support, crisis intervention and community resource information to people of all ages, 24 hours a day – everyday.
Our services, which include response to those who call 1.800.SUICIDE (1.800.784.2433) and 310Mental Health Support (310.6789), are delivered by skilled volunteers who have successfully completed a rigorous training program.
What will happen when I call the Crisis Line?
When you call the crisis line you will be:
- Invited to talk about the situation and your associated feelings and concerns
- Helped to identify and explore options that might be helpful to you and your situation
- Assisted in sorting out what you might do to manage the situation and increase your ability to cope with it
- Offered information about other available community services that might be helpful to you.
What areas does the Crisis Line serve?
All communities within the Fraser Health Region
Abbotsford | Agassiz | Burnaby | Chilliwack | Coquitlam | Delta | Hope | Langley | Maple Ridge | Mission | New Westminster | Pitt Meadows | South Surrey | Surrey | White Rock
To locate crisis line services available in other areas, please contact the Crisis Line Association of BC.
Volunteer with the Crisis Line
Information on becoming a Crisis Line Volunteer is available here.