NAHSA's mission includes creating a means by which hotline volunteers can collaborate to improve the hotline industry
There are more individuals in need of hotline services than ever. Making sure that everyone receives the services they need is what matters. The hotline industry should not operate as individual hotlines in competition with one another for business.
We see the hotline industry as a collaboration between well-meaning nonprofit agencies, local, state, regional and national government services, and the private sector. Most hotlines have management and executive staff that are well compensated not only financially but also through benefits that provide for a safe working environment.
However, because hotline volunteers are at the core of the services provided, we believe they deserve a say in the operation of hotlines.
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There are a number of ways that hotline volunteers should be included in the overall operation of the hotlines for whom they volunteer.
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Working as a unified group, hotlines and helplines services to the community would improve many fold.
Examples of planned programs include:
We encourage readers to checkout the following informational articles:
2. See, Hotline Income & Expense Statistics,
HELPUNITED.ORG AND #4HELP ARE SPONSORING NATIONAL HOTLINE VOLUNTEERS MONTH
Please consider participating in National Hotline Volunteers Month ["NHVM"]: