TheHopeLine app is a “one of a kind”; must have for teenagers & young adults.
Are you suicidal, struggling with an addiction, abused, cutting yourself or just need help?
TheHopeLine is an easy-to-use, free app where you can find encouragement and support through resources, a radio show and one-on-one chat.
We have trained staff members, called HopeCoaches, available every evening (Central Standard Time) to chat with you one-one-one via the app. They will discuss whatever issue you may be facing. If you are looking for someone who can help you think clearly and apply right values to your current situation ... TheHopeLine can help.
We are not a crisis line, if you are suicidal and need immediate help, please contact the National Suicide Prevention line at 1-800-273-8255.
o Connect with a HopeCoach via one-on-one chat (when available)
o Search our blog content for various issues
o Sign-up for an Email Mentor for ongoing support
o Download our free e-books on various topics
o Scroll through our encouraging Instagram feed
o Help your friends by sharing the app
o Listen to the latest Dawson McAllister Live
o Leave Dawson a message
Ratings and Reviews
This app is ok
Sawyer is so unhelpful he just hung up even though I was trying to have a conversation. Arrow on the other hand is so so so so helpful he was so helpful the first time I texted them. Whenever I text back I hope I can get arrow again.
Every single time I’ve tried to reach out for help, it always says “sorry we missed you.” It doesn’t matter what time or day, they are never there to help. “Hope”
Just plan bad
Seriously, just don’t even install this app. It’s worse than maggots in your hair. Find a good app like 7 Cups or something. This app truly is hopeless. There is nothing hopeful here.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.