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Support Programs for Hotlines & Helplines

helpunited.org & directdial.org

#4Help's mission includes helping hotlines work better. 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,


We plan to build the #4Help Hotline Setup Team. Our team will assist existing hotlines with updating their systems and we will build new systems for new hotlines using the latest technology.

Working for hotline services is the most direct way to improve the services that individuals receive from hotlines. That is why we plan to work with the virtual PBX industry to build reasonably priced, out of the box phone systems that will greatly improve call response time, save hotlines tons of money and allow hotlines to provide state of the art service.

Please stay tuned as #4Help works as hard as we can to improve the hotline industry on all fronts.


Working as a unified group, hotlines and helplines services to the community would improve manyfold.

Examples of shared programs include:

  • Unified Training Programs

  • Shared Liability and Health Insurance

  • Unified Employment Agency