There is hope.

Reaching out for support and help is now accessible through a new 3-digit phone number, 988. It's a direct connection to compassionate and professional support for anyone who might be struggling with emotional distress, experiencing suicidal thoughts, or those with concern about a family member or friend with a mental health or substance use issue.

Get Connected. Get Help.

You are not alone. Every day people turn to 211 for information and support – whether financial, family, health, or disaster-related. The call or text is free and confidential.

Connecting Volunteers. Supporting Non-Profits.

Helpline Center’s Volunteer Connections program is the critical link between caring community volunteers and the non-profit agencies that need them.

There is Hope. There is Help.

You are not alone.  No matter what you are experiencing, whether or not you’re thinking about suicide, or if you need someone to talk to for emotional support, call or text 988. The Helpline Center is the only accredited suicide crisis center in South Dakota.