We provide compassionate support, hope through community resource referral, and empowerment through positive choices and skills education.
The Life Line has been a fixture of Utah County since 1971, (formerly known as Utah County Crisis Line) when it was founded with the help of a BYU professor and a small group of graduate students. The Life Line is now part of the Center for Women and Children in Crisis. The Life Line is located in the Provo/Orem area. Its exact location is kept confidential to protect clients and volunteers.
The Life Line is a nonprofit warm listening line, completely unconnected to any service or facility in the area. Our goal is to help callers find support, encouragement, skills education and the resources best suited to their particular needs, without bias towards any particular institution. We are not professional therapists, but listen and provide help and support when needed.
The Life Line provides free presentations on suicide prevention, bullying, and crisis intervention to schools in Utah County. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.