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Kristin Brooks Hope Center

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Causes: Hot Lines & Crisis Intervention, Mental Health, Mental Health & Crisis Intervention, Philanthropy, Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations, Suicide Prevention

Mission: The Kristin Brooks Hope Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to suicide prevention, intervention and healing: by providing a single point of entry to community-based crisis services through innovative telephony and internet based technologies; by bringing national attention and access to services for post partum depression and other womens mood disorders; through education and advocacy; through formal research and evaluation of crisis line services; and, by championing the need for national funding for community-based suicide prevention crisis services.

Target demographics: people struggling with depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts

Direct beneficiaries per year: In 2020, IMALIVE Volunteers responded to 21,874 chats and 6,956 emails from suicidal people considering ending their lives

Geographic areas served: Worldwide

Programs: IMALIVE.org, the world's first virtual crisis center, which allows volunteers from all over the world to get trained and provide emotional support to people in a suicidal crisis // Alive! Mental Health Fair, a fun and interactive college suicide prevention and awareness program, which helps students connect with local mental health counselors // Healthy Mind Games - a virtual, interactive college program aimed at allowing students to openly talk about mental health and suicide.

Community Stories

109 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This is a wonderful organization to work with as they do a great job training their volunteers and making them feel valued. They do great work helping those suffering from depression, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, and metal illness who are in crisis.

1 Jessica R.9

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The education and constant support is splendid. It is a challenging job, but so giving. As a volunteer I never feel alone in the challenges and I learn new things everyday.

1 Kendra R.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

KBHC is an incredible organization that saves lives every day. My time with this nonprofit was and continues to be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I love being able to help others from the comfort of my home. I am so incredibly blessed to be part of this organization

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Volunteering at IMAlive had been an incredibly eye opening and humble experience. Being able to help people throughout the world is so rewarding. I wouldn’t trade it for anything!

1 Angela K.3

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Amazing, caring and wonderfully supporting organisation. We're there for people in a crisis and try to empower them best as we can by listening and focussing on what can be done to change the situation they are in.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

It's a wonderful organisation. Starting from the professional training to the immense support of the Supervisors (capital S!). I love how it makes me humble. I learn something new each and every day. It is amazing to just be there for people and offer that little spark of hope that can make all the difference in life.

1 Lisa S.22

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I’ve been volunteering for IMAlive for 7 months now and it’s been quite a journey. I’ve learned so much about ways to support people that are struggling, but also about myself, my own ways of coping and my own strengths. The IMAlive team has welcomed me like a family and I never feel anything but supported and empowered by the amazing team of supervisors, leadership and volunteers. I’m looking forward to many more challenges, opportunities to learn and grow and these little moments of joy and pride that I feel whenever I get to accompany a person in crisis on their way of getting help and healing. Thank you, IMAlive. Though our goal is to change other people’s lives for the better, I feel like my life has been changed for the better on my journey as a volunteer as well!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been on IMAlive as a volunteer for a while now and cannot even begin to describe the experience. I have become part of a community who not only empowered me to help others but that empowers the people who seek us out to take control of their own lives. It’s not just a crisis line. It is a place where people can come to be heard as well as to learn to treat themselves more tenderly.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been volunteering with IMAlive for over 2 years and it's been an amazing experience and so rewarding. I love the flexibility and being able to make a difference. Talking to people from all over the world and getting to know the amazing team that sits behind it all is one of the highlights.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been a volunteer since late November and I can honestly say it's been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Yes there's good chats, there's bad chats, there's easy and difficult, but no matter what, when a shift ends I come out of it knowing something I didn't know before.
Everyone, from volunteers to supervisors, have made this organization function well, while making sure you always know that this family got your back.
I'm also forever grateful to Random Acts for sponsoring my training.
I'm growing every day, I'm learning every day and I'd like to think I'm becoming a better human too.

1 Beverley B.

Volunteer

Rating: 4

I've been volunteering with IMAlive for about a year. I have had some great calls, some very sad calls and some very challenging calls but have always enjoyed the support of the supervisor and been allowed time to process my own thoughts afterwards. I enjoy the feeling of calm that I get when I shut myself away from the rest of the world for two hours blocks to just listen to someone else and try to help. It has been a humbling process and made me more grateful for the simple things in life. I've learnt to communicate in a different way and realized the impact of every word written.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been volunteering with IMAlive for over 12 months and it has been very rewarding. The training I went through for IMAlive was more comprehensive than many of the subjects I completed during my Psychology studies at University. I feel that I am a much better communicator, both when working for IMAlive and in my personal life. They provide caring and constructive support for those in crisis and for their staff. 10/10 organisation!

1 Payden W.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been a volunteer with this nonprofit for nearly two months, and I have learned so much already in this short period of time. Everything that IMAlive stands for is truly shown through the supervisors and volunteers- everyone is very passionate about helping others. IMAlive allows me to help others through some of the most difficult times of their lives; situations and feelings that I've gone through and felt. I've had two people very close to me attempt suicide, and one family member die by suicide. It's a very real thing, and IMAlive allows those who may be feeling hopeless to rediscover the resilience they hold within themselves. My life has been forever changed for the better since I've been involved.

3 Sara Vaccaro B.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I started volunteering with IMAlive as a way to give back to all that have helped me with my own personal struggles with depression and suicide. It's been a wonderful and rewarding experience. Wonderful to know that there is a caring, understand group of fellow volunteers there to help those in need!

2 Gabrielle B.2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been volunteering with IMAlive for almost a full year now. I'm very proud to be a part of such a wonderful team of caring and well trained volunteers that can help and empower people through hard times. It's been a life changing experience that made me more aware and changed the way I saw myself and others.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

This is the best, most caring group of people I've ever had the pleasure to work with. They truly care about people. I've learned more about people, about myself since working with them. Best group ever!

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Volunteer

Rating: 2

None of the supervisors here are ever on the same page with direction in chats and the leadership is all over the place. It’s hard to get anything organized here. It’s a good thing they’re doing, but there a few individuals in this organization that shouldn’t be a part of it due to their motives and attitudes.

2 Kathryn S.2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have volunteered with IMAlive for almost a year now. This is a solid organization that provides training and holds volunteers accountable to maintain our training and meet shift requirements per month. I feel like I am really helping people through an org that SAVES LIVES.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Volunteering for IMAlive has changed how I see people & perhaps more importantly how I hear people. It has taught me to stop & focus on what someone is trying to say & not just give them half my attention. It’s amazing how different our perceptions can be when we leave our judgements at the door really listen. IMAlive has taught me so much, it’s an incredible organisation full of wonderful people who really care.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Working with IMAlive has changed my life. Not only am I a part of an amazing organisation with wonderful supervisors and an incredible sense of community, I also recieved outstanding training allowing me to help other people who felt they had no where else to turn. Being someones faceless ear helps me feel like I am being the change I want to see in the world. IMAlive is not just helping people on the front lines of mental health, depression, anxiety etc, it is helping to end the stigma of suicide, of speaking of how we feel and letting people know its ok not to be ok. I am so proud to be a part of that.

1 JessieJ90

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Caring volunteers who put in the time and effort to listen and create a plan

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been volunteering for IMAlive for 2 years. In that time I have grown and developed in this position due to the support and encouragement of our amazing supervisors.

Working with people in crisis can be very stressful but when it gets too much I know who I can turn to for support.

I am so proud of the work that we do.

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3 Wade C.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

IMAlive is a fantastic organisation filled fantastic volounteers.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

It has been a life changing experience, volunteering for IMAlive. The amount of dedication that each of the volunteers and supervisors have to thie cause, is almost unbelievable. Never before have I seen a more actively passionate group of individuals. I am so proud to be included amongst their ranks.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I never expected the impact that volunteering at IMAlive would have on my every day life. But it has. Every day. I'm more grateful, more content, I communicate more open. And I get to help people in need, people in crisis. I get to be there for those who feel lonely, abandoned, worthless. I get to be the one who listens to their struggles, their fears, their traumas but also their dreams for a better life. I meet fighters, every week, who battle their inner demons. Who battle thoughts of suicide. And I'm so proud. Of them for seeking help. And of us, for being able to provide it. Volunteering at IMAlive was the best decision I ever made.

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

IMAlive does wonders for the people around them. I've never felt more supported, more loved, and cared by a group of human beings that I've never met in person. They are so ready to help others, listen, and be there, and most importantly, just be kind to not just the people in crisis and each other but to themselves as well. It's an extraordinarily inspiring group of people that I'm so blessed to have met and work with. Truly, working for the organization has made me feel more alive (no pun intended) than I have almost all my life.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been volunteering with this fabulous organisation for almost a year now, and have just reached the 200 hours asked of volunteers when they begin their training. I can honestly say I love my work with all of its ups and downs. Sometimes chats are incredibly hard, more often they are fulfilling and rewarding in ways I never would have thought possible.
As a secondary school teacher I have close personal experience of the struggles and pressures young people face, and I've seen the toll it can take on their mental health. What I hadn't been aware of is the number of adults who also struggle and are desperate for support. Knowing that there is an ever growing number of volunteers ready and willing to listen to anyone in need is wonderfully reassuring.
I have never found working shifts to be a chore and the support volunteers are given by our super supervisors affords a great sense of security. If I'm ever stuck I know I can get the guidance I need.
I'm looking forward to many more hours volunteering for this brilliant group.

2 nellycakess

Volunteer

Rating: 5

IMAlive has made me a better person. It's amazing how many people I've connected with for better and for worse and has changed me. I've found a family here, it's allowed to shine and hone my strengths and I'm able to give back a hundred fold. It's done wonders for my own mental health as well as the relationships I've built through it, because of it, with it. I've never loved life more and it does amazing things for anyone and everyone it reaches.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Being part of ImAlive has been a perfect fit for me. I needed somewhere to help me feel like I can make a difference in this world. I work and live in the disability community and see so many things that I would like to change. I also work with Random Acts and observe a world that needs so much help. It can be overwhelming, and you can feel so small compared to the world-sized needs. My shifts with ImAlive let me know that I can, in fact, make a difference.

But, on top of that, it has helped me with building skills that I am using in my world outside of ImAlive. The training and the regular coaching from the supervisors continuously allow my skill and knowledge base to grow. In my profession, I develop and provide training for disability advocates; the listening skills, problem-solving, intervention techniques, etc. are all concrete things, continually improved through ImAlive, and applied to my "other" world.

When I tell people that I help man a suicide and crisis intervention chat line, the first response I get is, "Oh wow, that must be hard to hear so much pain and misery all the time." My answer is that being an ImAlive volunteer is so incredibly rewarding. Overwhelmingly, the majority of calls move from a place of despair to one of hope. Of the almost 200 hours and 150+ chats I have taken, I can remember only a few that we were not able to to make a positive movement forward. So, yes, there is pain and difficulty, and times that you feel broken for the chatter, but most of the time you know, absolutely believe, that the person in crisis is better for having talked with us.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Volunteering with IMAlive has been one of the best decisions I've made. Through volunteering I found a sense of purpose being able to use skills i've learned to guide others through whatever hurt they are going through. It's taught me about the power of listening, understanding and love for all people. These are skills that have gone into my professional and personal life as well. I plan to continue volunteering as long as they will have me, but even when I stop I know its an experience that I can look back on as something that has changed me for the better.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been volunteering with this nonprofit for about 4 years now, and it has been a very rewarding experience. This nonprofit has allowed me to talk to others who are currently depressed or experiencing suicidal thoughts--feelings that were once familiar to me. To be able to speak to others who are experiencing similar feelings that I once felt not only helps me to realize that we all face trauma in some way, but also to serve as a reminder that we all can be resilient and overcome our battles.

1 Ka Yi H.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have joined IMAlive just a few months. I love IMAlive's vision and mission and the support for its volunteers. I love that the training is professional and vigorous which is very valuable and important in the non-profit section. I really like the people there, they are all enthusiastic, warm and kind.

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

Brilliant nonprofit which is dedicated to training volunteers to support others struggling through mental crisis

1 Amanda S.4

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Detailed and structured training and a support network of supervisors and connectivity that encourages continual learning, reflection, improvement, and, when/as needed, emphasis on your own self-care. Every single individual I've worked with in the organization is positive and helpful - here for one another and those in crisis. I consider myself lucky to have learned about IMAlive and become certified through Random Acts sponsorship via the SPN Crisis Support Network. I was always interested in volunteering for a crisis/suicide hotline, but working full time and figuring out how to fit the training and volunteer hours into a busy schedule kept me from pursuing the opportunity further. IMAlive is extremely flexible in the shifts offered and finding the time is easy. Volunteering is both challenging and rewarding and IMAlive provides an invaluable service to people in crisis. As a volunteer, the skills I've learned and continue to learn with every chat translate into my daily life. Listening truly is the most powerful tool.

1 Willow J.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I just finished up my training, but going through it, I met so many beautiful people. These people have changed my life in ways that they don't even know. They have helped me develop, see things from new perspectives, and open my eyes to things in life in which I may not have even thought of before. The people I have trained with are so knowledgeable and I know they make HUGE impacts in people's lives. Thank you guys so much for what you have done for me, I look forward to working with all of you

1 Ginger M.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am a newer volunteer with KBHC (through IMAlive/Random Acts) and am so happy to be on board. I was very impressed by the detailed training that was provided and the direct supervisor feedback and felt like I was given the tools I need to succeed and help those in need. This community of volunteers and supervisors are very supportive, helpful and provide a critical service for those in crisis. I am proud to be a part of this group!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've had some close calls with friends contemplating suicide in the past, and I'd heard about IMAlive and how much people seem to have been helped by reaching out to them. When the opportunity presented itself through Random Acts to volunteer, I did. The training was very thorough and the supervisors were knowledgeable, friendly, and encouraging. They are always willing to talk to you, answer questions, and help you work through anything. I became certified over a month ago and now actively serve on Crisis Chats. The service is very client-oriented and the shift supervisors are fantastic and helpful. Even though it may not be much (scheduling shifts around a full-time job is a challenge), I am inspired to help as often as I can in the hopes of making some small difference to someone who needs it.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I'm a relatively new volunteer with IMAlive, and I have to say I'm incredibly impressed with this organization. My training was thorough and professional while still being very encouraging, and I feel that it definitely prepared me to begin helping people in crisis.

I'm truly grateful to have the oppprtunity to help others, and be part of such a wonderful group of people.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been a crisis responder with IMAlive via the Kristin Brooks Hope Center and Random Acts for a little over a year now, and being able to help others in this way has changed my life and my outlook in the best ways. The IMAlive supervisors and other responders are an incredibly warm, loving, caring, and fun group of people, and now I can't imagine my life without being a part of this dedicated and selfless group.

1 Alayna L.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have just completed 50 hours as a crisis responder and I have enjoyed every second of working with this great organization. I look forward to many more hours. I work with the most amazing supervisors and I have learned so much. I am a child protection social worker and have been for almost 20 years and I still learn new ways to work with people and just be there to listen and IMAlive has taught me that.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have only just completed my training to become a crisis intervention volunteer but was deeply impressed by the thoroughness and quality of the training I received. The supervisors and instructors were professional, supportive and compassionate. I very much look forward to volunteering for this wonderful organization for a long time to come.

1 emily4imalive

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been volunteering with IMAlive for a few months and I am already head-over heals in love with this organization. From the training to the staff, every part of my involvement has been wonderful. People are afraid to talk, IMAlive helps them find their voice and empowers people. Few things are greater than helping someone realize their true strength and potential. I could not have picked a better organization to volunteer for, hands down.

1 rosiefan2113

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been volunteering with IMAlive for almost a year, and it has been a great year. Every supervisor and volunteer is so kind and understanding. And the feeling you get when you know you have helped somebody who was hurting is indescribable. It warms my heart to know that the IMAlive family is growing stronger and larger every day. The more there are, the more we can help.

1 Joan Bergeron T.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been volunteering with KBHC for 10 months now and it has been life changing. The trainers, supervisors and volunteers are all amazing and supportive. We work as a team to help in any way needed and you know that a difference has been made every shift that you volunteer. I will volunteer here as long as they will have me.

1 Sabrina Leigh P.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

SAHM here and I really became aware of the lack of resources to help those in crisis (particularly the 'tweens) when my child was in crisis. Fortunately, the opportunity to volunteer with this group came along and I am now feeling better and more informed about how to help and what to do when my child needs help. The people I volunteer with are amazing and really are dedicated to helping those who need it, when they need it most.

1 Karen G.3

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I began volunteering with IMALive about six months ago and I'm now approaching 100 hours. I'm so glad I applied to do this through Random Acts sponsorship. The supervisors and other volunteers are so supportive and they have helped me every step of the way. The work is challenging, but it's so rewarding to know that you've made a difference, one person at a time. I hope to continue volunteering for many years to come. IMALive is a wonderful organisation.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I became a volunteer with KBHC a year ago and it has been a life-changing experience. I have grown so much as a person and even discovered my passion for mental health counseling - which I am now pursuing as a career. I’ve had the opportunity to see the monumental difference that this organization makes in the lives of so many people around the world; it deserves every opportunity to grow and continue to create positive change in the world. Everyone who works with this organization works tirelessly and selflessly to make sure there are resources available for those in need.

1 mskabar

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The trainers and supervisors here lead with kindness, humor, and a sincerity that's felt even in text. Volunteers are provided with much more training and personal guidance than I expected when I signed up. Not to sound too cheesy but so far volunteering here has been an inspiring experience. I'm looking forward to much more to come!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been volunteering with this organization for almost a year. The other volunteers and supervisors are so supportive and dedicated to what they do. I am very proud to be part of it.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Wonderful organization full of dedicated, kind, effective people.

1 Sabine3

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This organization has changed my life. The work that is done here is incredible and I feel so honored to be able to be a part of it.
Thinking that even if just one person is helped makes all the work worth while.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

This Center is one of the best around. The staff and volunteers are very knowledgeable and so companionable.

1 Lara14

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I started volunteering with KBHC and IMAlive last June (2016) and haven't looked back. This experience has not only taught me a lot about others but also myself. I sincerely wish my teenage self had access to a resource like IMAlive; it would have helped me work through tough emotions that I ended up having to navigate alone.

Furthermore, the community of volunteers has become family to me, even though I haven't met them in person yet! :) I look forward to continuing to grow as a crisis intervention specialist and as a person in general.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I heard about the great work that IMAlive does for people who are in crisis, so I decided to check it out and volunteer. It has been an amazing experience. I love every minute that I spent volunteering and look forward to volunteering many more years. The staff are amazing and very supportive. I'm impressed with some staff who are 'consumer survivors', as they have a vast knowledge and experience.
I would definitely recommend anyone in crisis to come to IMAlive for help.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been volunteering with this organization for the past year. The training I received had me feeling more than ready to take on the intimidating task having honest and productive conversations about suicide with suicidal individuals. The volunteers and supervisors are all extremely passionate and caring people, and the focus of healing is always on the person in crisis rather than on ourselves as responders, which is great as the chatter leaves feeling empowered and not dependent on any one person but themselves for that feeling.

1 Stephanie288

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I just started volunteering for ImAlive and I love it. Im a stay-at-home mom and I hold a lot of guilt for not working (I know I shouldn't, but I do) this organization has given me more purpose and it makes me feel good helping others. Their training program is wonderful and the supervisors are with you every step of the way, even after your training.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been volunteering for the Crisis Chat for over 140 hours now, and it's awesome: always learning something new, working with amazing people, and maybe best of all, being able to do good, by helping people discover how they can help themselves, or by just being there and listening.

Lisa232

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've been volunteering with IMAlive for a couple of months now and I've experienced such amazing people who are trying to make differences in the lives of people in crisis. When I first got word that I'd been approved to be a crisis responder, I was worried I'd not be able to do the work that I would be doing. However, with the extensive training I received and supervisors that work along side me, I feel that I'm in very safe hands to help others.

Behind the scenes, there is a network of support for all the volunteers. Every person I've encountered, from the director to trainees, is dedicated and caring and so very kind. I knew it was a great group before I started, but being in the mix, IMAlive has shown me a new level of compassion and support that I was unaware existed.

I've done volunteer work before but, the commitment to helping people that IMAlive has has just been incredible and I'm very proud to volunteer with them.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Volunteering with IMAlive has been an incredibly fulfilling experience, that has made me a more empathetic person, both while chatting and in other areas of my life. It is amazing to interact with others and empower those in crisis during their worst moments. It has also connected me to a whole new group of friends who are funny, supportive and full of inspiration.

1 Sherry77

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I started to volunteer with ImAlive a few months ago. I thought that I would just listen to some stories and give some advice and that would be the end of it. I was wrong. This organization offers so much more than just advice. ImAlive offers hope and understanding which can be hard to come by these days. The volunteers and supervisors are some of the most empathetic people I have had the pleasure of working with. I am thankful that ImAlive is a viable resource for people in crisis.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have had the honor of volunteering with this organization for a few years now and am consistently amazed by the dedication to support individuals in crisis.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

IMAlive has been one of the most wonderful volunteer experiences I have ever had. This organization truly makes a difference for so many people, and I am so proud and grateful to be a part of that mission. The volunteers and supervisors are the kindest and most supportive group of people who truly care about others.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

A volunteering experience that is hard to ever forget because the numerous skills you learn and can use every where. Everyone that works here is so supportive of each other and so empathetic. The finest souls who gulp pain and help others not taste it.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Incredibly supportive staff, that are always encouraging and helping you build your skills and confidence! They are compassionate towards and passionate about the people they offer help to.

1 Jaymi M.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

IMAlive is a great organization with volunteers who understand. This is a family of empaths who know what it's like to be depressed, suicidal, or live with chronic pain, and they know the struggles are real.
For me IMAlive is that beacon of light at the end of that dark tunnel that many have faced. We are here to let you know that you are not alone and that there is hope.

1 Karen446

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I first learned about IMAlive through Misha Collins from Supernatural in Feb 2016. I started doing some research and wanted to help. So i registered my interest in becoming a volunteer.
It took a few months but I am now certified. Since starting with IMAlive I've learnt so much and the people that do volunteering really care about those they speak to. People don't choose to give up their free time (free of charge) unless they genuinely care. These people are simply amazing and really enjoy helping others.
IMAlive helps people every single day. IMAlive will continue to do so.
Thankyou IMAlive, I have learnt so much already and can't wait to continue to grow with you all.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

IMAlive is a much needed, valuable and an incredible organisation! Volunteering with IMAlive has given me an opportunity to grow and develop new, extremely useful skills. Being apart of IMAlive means that I am constantly surrounded by caring, helpful and supportive people all with the same goal, to help those in crisis.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am so grateful for the opportunity that IMAlive gives me to help others in need. Together we are able to save lives every single day, what greater purpose could a nonprofit have?

Jennifer600

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This is a wonderful organization dedicated to helping those in crisis.