TheHopeLine Phone Numbers and Emails

Toll-Free Number:

  • (800) 273-8255

Customer Service:

  • (800) 273-8255
  • (931) 486-1515

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TheHopeLine Website:

TheHopeLine Online Chat:

Corporate Office Address:

Nashville, Tennessee
United States
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TheHopeLine Privacy Policy
For each visitor to TheHopeLine's' Sites, Company's server may at times automatically recognize the consumer's domain name, IP Address, Browser Type, Operating System, Date and Time of access, pages visited, URL of the page The User initially access, and more, but not the specific e-mail address without prior authorization. In general, visitors may browse Company's Sites without being requested to reveal any personal information. TheHopeLine compile aggregate information on the pages that consumers visit, any information volunteered by the consumer, and all purchases made from Company's online e-store. The information collected is used to improve the content of Company's Sites and is not shared with any other organizations. If The Customer register on Company's Sites, the information The Client of TheHopeLine provide is used to update and maintain TheHopeLine's' files. TheHopeLine collect and save such information so that, to the extent possible, The Client of TheHopeLine will not be required to submit it each time The User of Website visit TheHopeLine's' Sites or use a feature.
To read more: https://www.thehopeline.com/privacy-policy/
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Summary

TheHopeLine is non-profit organization that specializes in restoring and rescuing hurting teens and young adults. It is a "let’s talk" branch of the Dawson McAllister Network. The association was founded in 1973. Its headquarters is based in Spring Hill, Tennessee, United States. TheHopeLine was established in 1991. Teenagers and young adults can connect with the TheHopeLine and speak to trained HopeCoach. The service is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. TheHopeLine is ECFA accredited. The company offers a number of books on a free of charge basis. It also provides professional counselors, crisis intervention specialists, and specialized web resources. It is also possible to ask for a personal e-mail mentor.

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