Dawson McAllister on Facebook As the off-air rescue shop for the national radio program DMLive (Dawson McAllister Live), TheHopeLine has spoken to literally hundreds of thousands of teenagers and young adults over the years. We desire to see people released from despair by offering clear thinking and right values concerning the issues they are dealing with at the time. HopeCoaches are available 24/7 by phone or chat. TheHopeLine has partnered with faith-based organizations to provide longer term care and services to those seeking help, advice and healing.
Tips to protect yourself from Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault: 15 Tips to Protect Yourself

Let me be real clear from the beginning of this post…if you have been sexually assaulted, IT IS NOT YOUR FAULT.  PERIOD.  No matter what you did or did not do…the choice was 100% the decision of the perpetrator.  They could have chosen to not violate you, but they did not make that choice, so…


Your Love Music Video

Your Love Music Video | Licy-Be (feat. Miss Lauren & Amanda McCleary) Licy-Be shares in her blog: “This song is intended to be fun, cheeky and light-hearted, however the lyrics are deep, expressing the love of God which draws us into worship and brings freedom!  I pray that this song reaches out and speaks deep…



All my life, I’ve never good enough for anyone. My half-brother raped me and made me sleep with him. When everything is going wrong, I can talk to someone here at TheHopeLine and I don’t feel alone. I’ve tried to kill myself three times in the past six months but TheHopeLine has helped me. Thank you for everything.  Thank…

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4 Ways to Keep Your Friends Safe

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (#SAAPM). That’s why this month, RAINN, a partner of TheHopeLine, is highlighting the important role that friends play in keeping each other safe. It’s about stepping up and showing you “C.A.R.E.” You have the ability to make a difference by intervening in a way that fits the…

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