Warmline - when you need someone to talk to


We care

Warmline Hours

Warmline is a service to anyone who needs a caring and sympathetic listener in the Butler County area.

The Warmline tries to keep the lines of communication open through conversation — no advice or lectures.  The Warmline offers understanding, respectful,  supportive conversation to each caller.

Warmline staff are not therapists or counselors.  In case of emergency you should call: 

Crisis line of

Center for Community Resources


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Who Should Call?

Warmline specializes in responding to  people who receive mental health, drug and alcohol services, and also to their families and friends.

We will not judge you on the basis of your diagnosis, treatment, or anything you need to talk about.

Warmline friend

 Warmline is like having a friend on the other side of the phone;     Sometimes talking to your friend is the only therapy you need.

We care


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When to Call the Warmline

  • When you want to talk to someone confidentially
  • When you want to share a positive or negative experience with a peer
  • When you feel lonely
  • When you are depressed,  suffering a loss
  • When a friend or a family member doesn’t understand

“Yes” to Life

Warmline Hours:  6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Mondays through Sundays

Grapevine Center is a non-profit, consumer operated facility funded through a contract with the Butler County Human Services office .  Grapevine Center also receives funding through United Way of Butler County, the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), and SECA.