PeerGalaxy Original Calendar

Welcome to PeerGalaxy Calendar featuring over 99,000+ monthly offerings of FREE telephone- and online-accessible peer support, recovery support + wellness activities!

Over 30+ warmlines plus webinars, workshops, job postings, special events, consumer input opportunities and more.

WE ARE PEER FOR YOU!

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If you have an event to add, email us: webmail@peergalaxy.com

How Events are Sorted:

First, at the top of the list: SAMHSA Disaster Helpline and similar links.

Next in the list: Bundled “All Day” Events for organizations with events happening at multiple times throughout the day and/or in many formats or locations; these are bundled into a single listing to prevent endless scrolling.  Usually these offer a lookup by zip code or other criteria. 

Lastly, Time-Specific Events listed by start time from 12:01am early morning to 11:59pm late night.  Warmlines and places east of Oregon’s time zone tend to start earlier (e.g. 4am in Oregon is 7am in New York).

Feb
20
Tue
2024
01 – Helpline – LIR – Love is Respect – Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships – Teens – Young Adults – Loved Ones – 866-331-9473 – 24/7
Feb 20 all-day
01 - Helpline - LIR - Love is Respect - Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships - Teens - Young Adults - Loved Ones - 866-331-9473 - 24/7

Love is Respect Advocates are available 24/7

We offer confidential support for teens, young adults, and their loved ones seeking help, resources, or information related to healthy relationships and dating abuse in the US. We’re available by text (“LOVEIS” to 22522), call (866.331.9474), or live chat online.

Terms & conditions for text services

No matter how you reach out to us, you’ll always receive one-on-one, real-time, confidential support.

Our advocates are trained on issues related to dating abuse and healthy relationships, as well as crisis intervention. When you contact us, we’ll listen to your situation, assess how you’re feeling in the moment, and help you identify what next steps may be best for you.

This might include brainstorming a safety plan together or identifying local resources to further support you, whether it’s a service provider, legal resource, counselor, or survivor network to get in touch with.

05 – Warmline – MADD – Mothers Against Drink Driving – 24-HOUR Victim Help Line – 877. MADD.HELP – (1-877-623-3435) – 24/7 @ Phone
Feb 20 all-day

 

 

If you need 24/7 support:

Call our Victim Help Line

877.MADD.HELP

In an emergency, dial 911 or your local emergency number immediately.

05 Warmline – SREC – SoberRecovery – Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information Forum – 24/7 @ Website
Feb 20 all-day

 

Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information Forum

Your Guide to Alcoholism Drug Addictions Help and Information. SoberRecovery.com is a community of over 168,000 recovering alcoholics, recovering addicts, recovering co-dependents and their friends, family and loved ones.

To join us, simply take two minutes to register here. Our forums are divided into easy to find categories. Browse the list or start out in Newcomers where you’ll get a warm welcome. If you have questions, be sure to check out the FAQ‘s. SoberRecovery.com offers Alcoholism Drug Addictions Help and Information 24 Hours a day. We’re always free, always open, and we’re glad you’re here.
After Registration, Join the Forum Using This Link
https://www.soberrecovery.com/forums/
8 – Observance – NIH – National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute – February is American Heart Month – Facts
Feb 20 all-day

 

February is American Heart Month
You have the power to take action to protect yourself against heart disease. Small heart-healthy actions like adding more movement to our day or choosing healthy foods, can have a big impact on protecting #OurHearts.
For Outreach Toolkits, Fact Sheets and Articles Use this link https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/education/american-heart-month

Below is the Link for the American Heart Month calendar which offers ideas for simple ways to incorporate heart-healthy actions into each day of the month. Try these daily activities and make your favorites part of your regular routine.

APH – American Printing House for the Blind – VisionAware – Visual Impairment Information Service
Feb 20 all-day

 

 

 

 

VisionAware

Are you or a family member having difficulty seeing? Or perhaps been diagnosed with an eye condition such as macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone: vision problems affect 25 million Americans, and they are on the rise.

VisionAware is a free, easy-to-use informational service for adults who are blind or have low vision, their families, caregivers, healthcare providers, and social service professionals. Visitors will find tips and resources on living with blindness or low vision; information on eye diseases and disorders; and a searchable, free Directory of Services.

man getting an eye exam

Eye Conditions

Some changes in vision are normal as we grow older. This section of our website can help you understand these vision changes, alert you to abnormal changes in vision, and […]

READ MORE

Man sitting on park bench with white cane holding his phone

Recreation and Leisure

From crafts, woodworking, traveling, and reading to sports and exercise, this section is full of information on the variety of activities people who are blind or low vision can engage […]

READ MORE

Person using a refreshable braille display.

Products and Technology

Discover low and high-tech solutions enabling independence at home and work, connection with friends and family, and enjoyment of hobbies and leisure activities.

READ MORE

Professionals in scrubs talking

Professionals

Find resources and techniques you can use to serve people who are blind or low vision effectively and safely, and learn key information about the impact of aging and vision […]

READ MORE

Older man wearing eyeglasses surrounded by family of various ages

Families and Friends

Do you know someone (parent or family member, neighbor, or friend) having trouble seeing? You may be wondering about blindness/ low vision and how to talk with them about it. […]

READ MORE

Woman sitting in kitchen reading braille.

Living with Blindness or Low Vision

If you are new to blindness or low vision, take the journey one day and one step at a time. Utilize our tips for adjusting to vision changes, living independently, […]

Read More

Warmline – FACT Oregon – FACT Oregon Support Line – Support for Families with Children Experience Disabilities – Call 503-786-6082 or Text 541-695-5416 – Support Team Responds in 48 -72 Hours – 24/7 Access @ Call or Text
Feb 20 all-day

Support Line

FACT Oregon’s Support Line is staffed by parents of youth experiencing disability, and we’re here to help!

Wherever you are on your journey, from birth through young adulthood, we are here to answer your questions and help find resources to support your child’s academic, emotional, and physical growth and well-being! Collectively, our team has the lived experience and professional training needed to support families through many different milestones. Let us help you carve a path forward to a whole full life! We welcome questions about early childhood, special education (we’re the designated statewide Parent Information and Training Center), intellectual and developmental disability services, behavior and communication, self-determination and supported decision making, and so much more! If we don’t know the answer, we’ll try our best to help you find it!

Get Support!

Call or text 503-786-6082 or 541-695-5416

Email us at support@factoregon.org or apoyo@factoregon.org

Someone from our support team will call you back, usually within 48-72 hours. Or, if you’d like, you can choose a time to talk from our calendar by clicking below.

 

To Schedule a Support Call Use The Link Below

Para programar una llamada de soporte, use el siguiente enlace
Feb
21
Wed
2024
01 – Helpline – LIR – Love is Respect – Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships – Teens – Young Adults – Loved Ones – 866-331-9473 – 24/7
Feb 21 all-day
01 - Helpline - LIR - Love is Respect - Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships - Teens - Young Adults - Loved Ones - 866-331-9473 - 24/7

Love is Respect Advocates are available 24/7

We offer confidential support for teens, young adults, and their loved ones seeking help, resources, or information related to healthy relationships and dating abuse in the US. We’re available by text (“LOVEIS” to 22522), call (866.331.9474), or live chat online.

Terms & conditions for text services

No matter how you reach out to us, you’ll always receive one-on-one, real-time, confidential support.

Our advocates are trained on issues related to dating abuse and healthy relationships, as well as crisis intervention. When you contact us, we’ll listen to your situation, assess how you’re feeling in the moment, and help you identify what next steps may be best for you.

This might include brainstorming a safety plan together or identifying local resources to further support you, whether it’s a service provider, legal resource, counselor, or survivor network to get in touch with.

05 – Warmline – MADD – Mothers Against Drink Driving – 24-HOUR Victim Help Line – 877. MADD.HELP – (1-877-623-3435) – 24/7 @ Phone
Feb 21 all-day

 

 

If you need 24/7 support:

Call our Victim Help Line

877.MADD.HELP

In an emergency, dial 911 or your local emergency number immediately.

05 Warmline – SREC – SoberRecovery – Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information Forum – 24/7 @ Website
Feb 21 all-day

 

Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information Forum

Your Guide to Alcoholism Drug Addictions Help and Information. SoberRecovery.com is a community of over 168,000 recovering alcoholics, recovering addicts, recovering co-dependents and their friends, family and loved ones.

To join us, simply take two minutes to register here. Our forums are divided into easy to find categories. Browse the list or start out in Newcomers where you’ll get a warm welcome. If you have questions, be sure to check out the FAQ‘s. SoberRecovery.com offers Alcoholism Drug Addictions Help and Information 24 Hours a day. We’re always free, always open, and we’re glad you’re here.
After Registration, Join the Forum Using This Link
https://www.soberrecovery.com/forums/
8 – Observance – NIH – National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute – February is American Heart Month – Facts
Feb 21 all-day

 

February is American Heart Month
You have the power to take action to protect yourself against heart disease. Small heart-healthy actions like adding more movement to our day or choosing healthy foods, can have a big impact on protecting #OurHearts.
For Outreach Toolkits, Fact Sheets and Articles Use this link https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/education/american-heart-month

Below is the Link for the American Heart Month calendar which offers ideas for simple ways to incorporate heart-healthy actions into each day of the month. Try these daily activities and make your favorites part of your regular routine.

APH – American Printing House for the Blind – VisionAware – Visual Impairment Information Service
Feb 21 all-day

 

 

 

 

VisionAware

Are you or a family member having difficulty seeing? Or perhaps been diagnosed with an eye condition such as macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone: vision problems affect 25 million Americans, and they are on the rise.

VisionAware is a free, easy-to-use informational service for adults who are blind or have low vision, their families, caregivers, healthcare providers, and social service professionals. Visitors will find tips and resources on living with blindness or low vision; information on eye diseases and disorders; and a searchable, free Directory of Services.

man getting an eye exam

Eye Conditions

Some changes in vision are normal as we grow older. This section of our website can help you understand these vision changes, alert you to abnormal changes in vision, and […]

READ MORE

Man sitting on park bench with white cane holding his phone

Recreation and Leisure

From crafts, woodworking, traveling, and reading to sports and exercise, this section is full of information on the variety of activities people who are blind or low vision can engage […]

READ MORE

Person using a refreshable braille display.

Products and Technology

Discover low and high-tech solutions enabling independence at home and work, connection with friends and family, and enjoyment of hobbies and leisure activities.

READ MORE

Professionals in scrubs talking

Professionals

Find resources and techniques you can use to serve people who are blind or low vision effectively and safely, and learn key information about the impact of aging and vision […]

READ MORE

Older man wearing eyeglasses surrounded by family of various ages

Families and Friends

Do you know someone (parent or family member, neighbor, or friend) having trouble seeing? You may be wondering about blindness/ low vision and how to talk with them about it. […]

READ MORE

Woman sitting in kitchen reading braille.

Living with Blindness or Low Vision

If you are new to blindness or low vision, take the journey one day and one step at a time. Utilize our tips for adjusting to vision changes, living independently, […]

Read More

Warmline – FACT Oregon – FACT Oregon Support Line – Support for Families with Children Experience Disabilities – Call 503-786-6082 or Text 541-695-5416 – Support Team Responds in 48 -72 Hours – 24/7 Access @ Call or Text
Feb 21 all-day

Support Line

FACT Oregon’s Support Line is staffed by parents of youth experiencing disability, and we’re here to help!

Wherever you are on your journey, from birth through young adulthood, we are here to answer your questions and help find resources to support your child’s academic, emotional, and physical growth and well-being! Collectively, our team has the lived experience and professional training needed to support families through many different milestones. Let us help you carve a path forward to a whole full life! We welcome questions about early childhood, special education (we’re the designated statewide Parent Information and Training Center), intellectual and developmental disability services, behavior and communication, self-determination and supported decision making, and so much more! If we don’t know the answer, we’ll try our best to help you find it!

Get Support!

Call or text 503-786-6082 or 541-695-5416

Email us at support@factoregon.org or apoyo@factoregon.org

Someone from our support team will call you back, usually within 48-72 hours. Or, if you’d like, you can choose a time to talk from our calendar by clicking below.

 

To Schedule a Support Call Use The Link Below

Para programar una llamada de soporte, use el siguiente enlace
Feb
22
Thu
2024
01 – Helpline – LIR – Love is Respect – Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships – Teens – Young Adults – Loved Ones – 866-331-9473 – 24/7
Feb 22 all-day
01 - Helpline - LIR - Love is Respect - Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships - Teens - Young Adults - Loved Ones - 866-331-9473 - 24/7

Love is Respect Advocates are available 24/7

We offer confidential support for teens, young adults, and their loved ones seeking help, resources, or information related to healthy relationships and dating abuse in the US. We’re available by text (“LOVEIS” to 22522), call (866.331.9474), or live chat online.

Terms & conditions for text services

No matter how you reach out to us, you’ll always receive one-on-one, real-time, confidential support.

Our advocates are trained on issues related to dating abuse and healthy relationships, as well as crisis intervention. When you contact us, we’ll listen to your situation, assess how you’re feeling in the moment, and help you identify what next steps may be best for you.

This might include brainstorming a safety plan together or identifying local resources to further support you, whether it’s a service provider, legal resource, counselor, or survivor network to get in touch with.

05 – Warmline – MADD – Mothers Against Drink Driving – 24-HOUR Victim Help Line – 877. MADD.HELP – (1-877-623-3435) – 24/7 @ Phone
Feb 22 all-day

 

 

If you need 24/7 support:

Call our Victim Help Line

877.MADD.HELP

In an emergency, dial 911 or your local emergency number immediately.

05 Warmline – SREC – SoberRecovery – Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information Forum – 24/7 @ Website
Feb 22 all-day

 

Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information Forum

Your Guide to Alcoholism Drug Addictions Help and Information. SoberRecovery.com is a community of over 168,000 recovering alcoholics, recovering addicts, recovering co-dependents and their friends, family and loved ones.

To join us, simply take two minutes to register here. Our forums are divided into easy to find categories. Browse the list or start out in Newcomers where you’ll get a warm welcome. If you have questions, be sure to check out the FAQ‘s. SoberRecovery.com offers Alcoholism Drug Addictions Help and Information 24 Hours a day. We’re always free, always open, and we’re glad you’re here.
After Registration, Join the Forum Using This Link
https://www.soberrecovery.com/forums/
8 – Observance – NIH – National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute – February is American Heart Month – Facts
Feb 22 all-day

 

February is American Heart Month
You have the power to take action to protect yourself against heart disease. Small heart-healthy actions like adding more movement to our day or choosing healthy foods, can have a big impact on protecting #OurHearts.
For Outreach Toolkits, Fact Sheets and Articles Use this link https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/education/american-heart-month

Below is the Link for the American Heart Month calendar which offers ideas for simple ways to incorporate heart-healthy actions into each day of the month. Try these daily activities and make your favorites part of your regular routine.

APH – American Printing House for the Blind – VisionAware – Visual Impairment Information Service
Feb 22 all-day

 

 

 

 

VisionAware

Are you or a family member having difficulty seeing? Or perhaps been diagnosed with an eye condition such as macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone: vision problems affect 25 million Americans, and they are on the rise.

VisionAware is a free, easy-to-use informational service for adults who are blind or have low vision, their families, caregivers, healthcare providers, and social service professionals. Visitors will find tips and resources on living with blindness or low vision; information on eye diseases and disorders; and a searchable, free Directory of Services.

man getting an eye exam

Eye Conditions

Some changes in vision are normal as we grow older. This section of our website can help you understand these vision changes, alert you to abnormal changes in vision, and […]

READ MORE

Man sitting on park bench with white cane holding his phone

Recreation and Leisure

From crafts, woodworking, traveling, and reading to sports and exercise, this section is full of information on the variety of activities people who are blind or low vision can engage […]

READ MORE

Person using a refreshable braille display.

Products and Technology

Discover low and high-tech solutions enabling independence at home and work, connection with friends and family, and enjoyment of hobbies and leisure activities.

READ MORE

Professionals in scrubs talking

Professionals

Find resources and techniques you can use to serve people who are blind or low vision effectively and safely, and learn key information about the impact of aging and vision […]

READ MORE

Older man wearing eyeglasses surrounded by family of various ages

Families and Friends

Do you know someone (parent or family member, neighbor, or friend) having trouble seeing? You may be wondering about blindness/ low vision and how to talk with them about it. […]

READ MORE

Woman sitting in kitchen reading braille.

Living with Blindness or Low Vision

If you are new to blindness or low vision, take the journey one day and one step at a time. Utilize our tips for adjusting to vision changes, living independently, […]

Read More

Warmline – FACT Oregon – FACT Oregon Support Line – Support for Families with Children Experience Disabilities – Call 503-786-6082 or Text 541-695-5416 – Support Team Responds in 48 -72 Hours – 24/7 Access @ Call or Text
Feb 22 all-day

Support Line

FACT Oregon’s Support Line is staffed by parents of youth experiencing disability, and we’re here to help!

Wherever you are on your journey, from birth through young adulthood, we are here to answer your questions and help find resources to support your child’s academic, emotional, and physical growth and well-being! Collectively, our team has the lived experience and professional training needed to support families through many different milestones. Let us help you carve a path forward to a whole full life! We welcome questions about early childhood, special education (we’re the designated statewide Parent Information and Training Center), intellectual and developmental disability services, behavior and communication, self-determination and supported decision making, and so much more! If we don’t know the answer, we’ll try our best to help you find it!

Get Support!

Call or text 503-786-6082 or 541-695-5416

Email us at support@factoregon.org or apoyo@factoregon.org

Someone from our support team will call you back, usually within 48-72 hours. Or, if you’d like, you can choose a time to talk from our calendar by clicking below.

 

To Schedule a Support Call Use The Link Below

Para programar una llamada de soporte, use el siguiente enlace
Feb
23
Fri
2024
01 – Helpline – LIR – Love is Respect – Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships – Teens – Young Adults – Loved Ones – 866-331-9473 – 24/7
Feb 23 all-day
01 - Helpline - LIR - Love is Respect - Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships - Teens - Young Adults - Loved Ones - 866-331-9473 - 24/7

Love is Respect Advocates are available 24/7

We offer confidential support for teens, young adults, and their loved ones seeking help, resources, or information related to healthy relationships and dating abuse in the US. We’re available by text (“LOVEIS” to 22522), call (866.331.9474), or live chat online.

Terms & conditions for text services

No matter how you reach out to us, you’ll always receive one-on-one, real-time, confidential support.

Our advocates are trained on issues related to dating abuse and healthy relationships, as well as crisis intervention. When you contact us, we’ll listen to your situation, assess how you’re feeling in the moment, and help you identify what next steps may be best for you.

This might include brainstorming a safety plan together or identifying local resources to further support you, whether it’s a service provider, legal resource, counselor, or survivor network to get in touch with.

05 – Warmline – MADD – Mothers Against Drink Driving – 24-HOUR Victim Help Line – 877. MADD.HELP – (1-877-623-3435) – 24/7 @ Phone
Feb 23 all-day

 

 

If you need 24/7 support:

Call our Victim Help Line

877.MADD.HELP

In an emergency, dial 911 or your local emergency number immediately.

05 Warmline – SREC – SoberRecovery – Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information Forum – 24/7 @ Website
Feb 23 all-day

 

Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information Forum

Your Guide to Alcoholism Drug Addictions Help and Information. SoberRecovery.com is a community of over 168,000 recovering alcoholics, recovering addicts, recovering co-dependents and their friends, family and loved ones.

To join us, simply take two minutes to register here. Our forums are divided into easy to find categories. Browse the list or start out in Newcomers where you’ll get a warm welcome. If you have questions, be sure to check out the FAQ‘s. SoberRecovery.com offers Alcoholism Drug Addictions Help and Information 24 Hours a day. We’re always free, always open, and we’re glad you’re here.
After Registration, Join the Forum Using This Link
https://www.soberrecovery.com/forums/
8 – Observance – NIH – National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute – February is American Heart Month – Facts
Feb 23 all-day

 

February is American Heart Month
You have the power to take action to protect yourself against heart disease. Small heart-healthy actions like adding more movement to our day or choosing healthy foods, can have a big impact on protecting #OurHearts.
For Outreach Toolkits, Fact Sheets and Articles Use this link https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/education/american-heart-month

Below is the Link for the American Heart Month calendar which offers ideas for simple ways to incorporate heart-healthy actions into each day of the month. Try these daily activities and make your favorites part of your regular routine.

APH – American Printing House for the Blind – VisionAware – Visual Impairment Information Service
Feb 23 all-day

 

 

 

 

VisionAware

Are you or a family member having difficulty seeing? Or perhaps been diagnosed with an eye condition such as macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone: vision problems affect 25 million Americans, and they are on the rise.

VisionAware is a free, easy-to-use informational service for adults who are blind or have low vision, their families, caregivers, healthcare providers, and social service professionals. Visitors will find tips and resources on living with blindness or low vision; information on eye diseases and disorders; and a searchable, free Directory of Services.

man getting an eye exam

Eye Conditions

Some changes in vision are normal as we grow older. This section of our website can help you understand these vision changes, alert you to abnormal changes in vision, and […]

READ MORE

Man sitting on park bench with white cane holding his phone

Recreation and Leisure

From crafts, woodworking, traveling, and reading to sports and exercise, this section is full of information on the variety of activities people who are blind or low vision can engage […]

READ MORE

Person using a refreshable braille display.

Products and Technology

Discover low and high-tech solutions enabling independence at home and work, connection with friends and family, and enjoyment of hobbies and leisure activities.

READ MORE

Professionals in scrubs talking

Professionals

Find resources and techniques you can use to serve people who are blind or low vision effectively and safely, and learn key information about the impact of aging and vision […]

READ MORE

Older man wearing eyeglasses surrounded by family of various ages

Families and Friends

Do you know someone (parent or family member, neighbor, or friend) having trouble seeing? You may be wondering about blindness/ low vision and how to talk with them about it. […]

READ MORE

Woman sitting in kitchen reading braille.

Living with Blindness or Low Vision

If you are new to blindness or low vision, take the journey one day and one step at a time. Utilize our tips for adjusting to vision changes, living independently, […]

Read More

Warmline – FACT Oregon – FACT Oregon Support Line – Support for Families with Children Experience Disabilities – Call 503-786-6082 or Text 541-695-5416 – Support Team Responds in 48 -72 Hours – 24/7 Access @ Call or Text
Feb 23 all-day

Support Line

FACT Oregon’s Support Line is staffed by parents of youth experiencing disability, and we’re here to help!

Wherever you are on your journey, from birth through young adulthood, we are here to answer your questions and help find resources to support your child’s academic, emotional, and physical growth and well-being! Collectively, our team has the lived experience and professional training needed to support families through many different milestones. Let us help you carve a path forward to a whole full life! We welcome questions about early childhood, special education (we’re the designated statewide Parent Information and Training Center), intellectual and developmental disability services, behavior and communication, self-determination and supported decision making, and so much more! If we don’t know the answer, we’ll try our best to help you find it!

Get Support!

Call or text 503-786-6082 or 541-695-5416

Email us at support@factoregon.org or apoyo@factoregon.org

Someone from our support team will call you back, usually within 48-72 hours. Or, if you’d like, you can choose a time to talk from our calendar by clicking below.

 

To Schedule a Support Call Use The Link Below

Para programar una llamada de soporte, use el siguiente enlace
Feb
24
Sat
2024
01 – Helpline – LIR – Love is Respect – Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships – Teens – Young Adults – Loved Ones – 866-331-9473 – 24/7
Feb 24 all-day
01 - Helpline - LIR - Love is Respect - Confidential Support for Healthy Relationships - Teens - Young Adults - Loved Ones - 866-331-9473 - 24/7

Love is Respect Advocates are available 24/7

We offer confidential support for teens, young adults, and their loved ones seeking help, resources, or information related to healthy relationships and dating abuse in the US. We’re available by text (“LOVEIS” to 22522), call (866.331.9474), or live chat online.

Terms & conditions for text services

No matter how you reach out to us, you’ll always receive one-on-one, real-time, confidential support.

Our advocates are trained on issues related to dating abuse and healthy relationships, as well as crisis intervention. When you contact us, we’ll listen to your situation, assess how you’re feeling in the moment, and help you identify what next steps may be best for you.

This might include brainstorming a safety plan together or identifying local resources to further support you, whether it’s a service provider, legal resource, counselor, or survivor network to get in touch with.