Warm Line & Peer Navigators
Turning Point has changed my life in so many ways, now it's time to give back to others who need hope, encouragement, and care— Noel Rivas
Warm Line is a telephone assistance program which provides non-crisis peer-support for individuals and family individuals who may be struggling with problems associated with a psychiatric disability that could benefit from support and help from a caring listener.
Stanislaus County residents can call the Warm Line at (209) 558-4600 24/7 when they are:
- having a hard time making it through the day - but are not in a crisis
- needing a caring listener to provide effective feedback to help explore options
- wants some support, assistance and resources toward recovery
The Warm Line staff is comprised of mental health consumers and family individuals and is accessible 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Warm Line offers support to help others in their efforts to resolve their own problems, provide community referrals, and provides assistance with issues that have come up during the day.
The Peer Navigators program provides comprehensive services to assist individuals with serious mental illness and their families to gain access to primary preventative and specialty health care services.
Services are funded by Stanislaus County Behavioral Health.