Let us be your lifeline.

If you are in need of emotional support, call the Utah County Life Line (801-691-LIFE) to speak to one of our volunteers.  The Life Line is a free and confidential listening line, and available 9am- 9pm M-F.  Everyone should have a “safe” person they can call in difficult times, or in times of loneliness; let us be there for you.


Free and Attentive

You'll never be charged for a Life Line call.  When you call, a volunteer will listen objectively to what you have to say--judgement free.  Our volunteers are not counselors or therapists, but are ready to provide immediate support for anyone in need.


When you call the Life Line, any information you give us will be kept confidential.  Calls are anonymous, and none are audio recorded.  We understand that sometimes it's easier to talk to someone you don't know, and we'll always respect your privacy and your safety.



Need help, but not sure where to look?  Let our volunteers help you find what you need.  We utilize the United Way 2-1-1 database to help you find resources nearby, in your community.  You are never out of options.

To submit client feedback, please email us directly at director@crisislineuc.org. Thank you!

Like inspirational, uplifting messages and images?  Follow the Utah County Crisis Line on social media, (we are still transitioning our social media accounts to Utah County Life Line) and share with your friends.  Sometimes even quick gesture, like a shared Facebook post, can help brighten someone's day.