Webinar Recording: “Warmlines: Crisis and Supplemental Supports”
Click here to view the recording of our webinar, “Warmlines: Crisis and Supplemental Supports” presented by Jess Stohlmann-Rainey. Click here for the PowerPoint slides.
2021 National Warmline Survey
This survey sought to evaluate the various aspects of Mental Health Peer Warmlines from across the country.This survey captured information about a wide range of Peer Warm Lines including length of operation (from 1 year to 36 years old), geographic location in the U.S. (18 different states, many regions of the country), geographic location served (countynational), as well as call volume (less then 100 calls a week to great than 1500 calls per week). Click here to view a summary of the results.
So You Want to Start a Peer-run Warmline? A Guide to Maintaining a Sustainable Warmline
This guide, co-authored by the National Empowerment Center and the National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearinghouse, draws on the advice and experience of existing warmlines and provides tips on fundraising, marketing/outreach, training, supervision, data collection, evaluation, and much, much more! Click to view/download (PDF, 12.3MB, 29 pages)
So You Want to Start a Peer-Run Warmline? Webinar Archive Available
Speakers from the David Romprey Oregon Warmline and the Montana Warmline share their firsthand experience on the elements of a successful peer-run warmline, including the start-up phase, recruitment, outreach/promotion, and ongoing support of warmline workers. In addition, useful tips on using technology and social media to create a more cost-effective and efficient warmline are provided.
David Romprey Oregon Warmline Toolkit and Consultation