And we’ve carried on building on that innovative beginning.
We do currently provide help via SMS but are only advertising the number in a limited way at the moment.
Many people prefer texting to speaking, the Daily Dot points out, and as a result, the Crisis Text Line may be more appealing to someone in a crisis.
I use Spoof Text to protect my privacy when texting prospective clients to schedule appointments.
I love that I can protect my personal privacy even with text messages.” “My friends have been pulling pranks on each other since high school.
This is so we can be sure that we have enough volunteers to respond to people that contact us via text, and that we get back to them within an hour.
We hope to be able to advertise nationwide in the near future.
Similarly, we recognise the potential benefits of providing online help as one of our support services.