County crisis intervention lifeline seeking volunteers

National Certification as Crisis Helpline Specialist obtainable upon meeting eligibility requirements.

Contact of Burlington County is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provider in Burlington County with over 47 years of crisis intervention and suicide prevention provided by trained volunteers.

Contact needs daytime volunteers. Enroll in the upcoming daytime training program and join a great team of volunteers answering our crisis helplines.

Give some of your time and gain valuable communication skills you can use every day.

Visit our website  at ContactBurlCo.org; email Info@ContactBurlCo.org; or call (856) 234 – 5484, ext. 101. Put your caring on the line and become a Contact volunteer.

Register for the spring daytime training, which begins in early March. Download an application available on our website and return to Contact.

For more information or to register, contact us by calling (856) 234 – 5484, ext. 101; email us at Info@ContactBurlCo.org; or visit our website for information at ContactBurlCo.org.

National Certification as Crisis Helpline Specialist obtainable upon meeting eligibility requirements.

Editor’s note: If you, or someone you know, are experiencing thoughts of suicide or need help, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-8255, the 2nd Floor Youth Helpline of N.J. at (888) 222-2228, Burlington County’s mobile crisis line at (877) 652-7624 or the Crisis Text Line at 741-741.