Services At Access Hope

Access Hope provides Tennessee with confidential crisis phone lines. More than that, we work to equip our communities to be more supportive places. We’re rooted in more than 30 years of experience, and our commitment to making a difference never wavers. Learn more about our services below.


Our Hope Line is a free, 24/7 service available to all Tennessee residents. While it is not in lieu of 911 emergency services, it is a safe place to discuss personal struggles. It is also a secure option for victims of spousal, child, or elder abuse. All callers will speak to a trained crisis telephone worker. If there is a need for support beyond the worker’s capability, we can bring a licensed counselor on the line to help.

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In our Care Calls program, volunteers contact homebound elderly and/or disabled individuals. These daily phone calls include well-checks, medication reminders, social interaction, and personal empowerment. This is a free service that functions on the referrals of doctors, family members, home health agencies, and community members.

Teen HOPE Line

Our teen program is a confidential line that young adults can call 24/7. Soon to be expanded into an instant messaging system, it provides a crucial place for teens to discuss their struggles. We work closely with teachers, guidance counselors, churches, and juvenile courts to empower teens to talk freely and anonymously before their circumstances advance into tragedies.

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Meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Inside the white Apex Restoration DKI warehouse offices at 411 S. Anderson St. Tullahoma, TN

What are the benefits of joining a peer support group? Joining a peer support group can help you in any number of ways, such as:

  • Knowing that others are going through something similar
  • Learning tips on how to handle day-to-day challenges
  • Meeting new friends or connecting to others who understand you
  • Learning how to talk about things that bother you or how to ask for help
  • Learning to trust other people
  • Hearing about helpful new perspectives from others

Peer support groups can be an important part of dealing with PTSD, but they are not a substitute for effective treatment. If you have problems after a trauma that last more than a short time, you should get professional help.

Looking for a professional? We can recommend vetted resources.

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