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Community and National Hotlines

We have listed phone numbers that you might find helpful in a time of personal crisis. We encourage you to use these numbers to connect with caring people who understand the challenges you are facing.

These are organizations that are not affiliated with Crossroads in any way, but are independent private or public organizations that welcome calls from people in need.

Central Ohio Hotlines

Any life-threatening or safety emergency: 911
Netcare Access (Mental Health Emergencies): 614-276-2273
First Link (a Resource Guide): 614-221-2255
Choices: Domestic Violence
Choices: Crisis Hotline: 614-224-4663
Suicide Prevention: 614-221-5445
Franklin County Children Services: 614-229-7000

National Hotlines

AIDS Prevention Center: 800-322-8911
AIDS Hotline: 800-551-2728
Al-Anon, Family Groups: 212-301-7240
Alcoholics Anonymous: 212-686-1100
Battered Women’s Task Force: 414-466-1660
Bulimia/Anorexia 24-Hour Crisis Line: 800-762-3334
Child Abuse Hotline: 800-422-4453
Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence: 212-206-6770
Eating Disorder Hotline: 800-233-5450
The Grief Recovery Institute: 800-445-4808
National Legal Aid and Defender Association: 202-452-0620
Narcotics Anonymous: 818-780-3951
Runaway Hotline: 800-231-6946

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Together For Life

Our trained therapists are available to help plan and lead marriage enrichment weekends, retreats & workshops.