The following Hotlines are provided as a quick access for those in need. If you are fearful of violence, have already experienced violence, or just need to speak with someone who can help, call one of the following…
Lubbock Victim Assistance Services
LVAS provides help for victims of violent acts/crimes.
Text to 741741
Taking things in a different direction, the Crisis Text Line offers help via text message to anyone facing difficulties such suicidal thoughts, bullying, emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, depression, self-harm, and more.
A National Hotline for Victims of Crime.
1-800-273-TALK (8255) [Call 24/7]
The National Suicide Prevention lifeline has been in operation for decades, saving untold lives since, perhaps even yours. Won’t you give them a call?
800-903-0111 x 1
Bureau of Indian Affairs Indian Country Child Abuse Hotline
Childhelp USA National Hotline
Disaster Distress Helpline
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children/TDD Hotline
National Crime Victim Bar Association
National Crime Victim Law Institute Referral Line
National Human Trafficking Hotline
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
301-240-6310 TTY Hotline (hearing impaired)
800-787-3224 – TTY (for hearing impaired)
National Organization of Parents of Murdered Children
National Organization for Victim Assistance
800-537-2238 x 5
800-553-2508 TTY Hotline (hearing impaired)
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
866-331-8453 – TTY (for hearing impaired)
National Runaway Safeline
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
StrongHearts Native Helpline (domestic violence support for Native Americans)
800-487-4889 TTD Hotline
800-662-HELP (800-662-4357) Español
(live anonymous support for crime victims)
Lifeline Crisis Chat
National Sexual Assault Online Hotline English
National Runaway Safeline Chat
U.S. Department of Justice Elder Abuse Initiative
If you know of a resource/hotline/chatline not listed here which we should add to help those in need, please get in touch with us at 806-763-3131.