At HelpLine we believe change happens when people are connected.

HelpLine and the Delaware Suicide Prevention Coalition host Fourth Annual Suicide Prevention Walk – Sept 6, 2014 Hope. Help. Healing.

If you or someone you know have lost someone in your life, you know the following days, weeks, and months can be a confusing time. You might have focused on finding support, giving support, or just getting back into a routine. At HelpLine of Delaware and Morrow Counties, Inc. (HelpLin

2014 Annual Sucide Prevention Walk – Video

The Fourth Annual Suicide Prevention Walk is a safe place where many come to share their experiences and raise awareness related to suicide loss and mental health. Thank you to Morrow County resident Susie Sexton, for sharing your story and for joining in our excitement for this year&

What can I do TODAY to prevent suicide?

What can I do TODAY to prevent suicide? 1) Talk to one family member, friend, acquaintance, or neighbor who seems depressed and ask them if they ever think about suicide. 2) Donate the cost of one movie ticket to your local suicide prevention hotline in memory of Robin Williams. That

SHINE on August 13 – Seniors Helping Impact Neighbors Everywhere

Did you know that every year Connections Volunteer Center sets aside a day to focus on senior citizens and their volunteer impact? Each year Connections, a program of HelpLine of Delaware and Morrow Counties, Inc., designs a SHINE project with a local nonprofit agency to highlight the

CLOSED Career Opportunity: Violence Prevention Educator

POSITION OPENING – Violence Prevention Educator HelpLine is seeking an energetic, self-motivated, articulate, and highly organized individual to provide community prevention education. Responsibilities include implementing primary prevention educational programs and media campai

Change is Hope

What does change mean to you? Is it something we fear, something that holds the promise of a better tomorrow, or both? On Saturday, September 6, members of Delaware County and surrounding communities will come together for the Fourth Annual Suicide Prevention Walk with the purpose of