Concern Hotline welcomes State Senator Creigh Deeds (25th district) as our keynote speaker to help us celebrate 50 years of serving our community!
Concern Hotline is a free 24/7/365 anonymous information & referral, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention hotline serving the Northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
We are staffed by a caring community of volunteers. Crisis can affect anyone at a moment's notice, and we are here to help anytime, day or night.
Our trained volunteers are respectful, compassionate, and confidential listeners. We listen to your stories of hardship, and we bear witness to your struggle to live a happy, healthy life.
Concern Hotline recruits and trains our Community Volunteers to be Active Listeners - that is, to act as a sounding board or mirror to help callers to see their thoughts, feelings, and situations more clearly.
We rely upon donations to fund our operations. Every gift is tax-deductible and directly supports the well-being of the men, women, and children in our Northern Virginia community.