A helpline is a telephone service which offers help to those who call. Many helpline services now offer more than telephone support - offering access to information, advice or customer service via telephone, email, web or SMS. The word hotline is also sometimes used to refer to a helpline. A helpline can provide emotional support to a person in distress in its minimalistic form. It may help the individual.
- user assistance, for example computer software support
- telephone counseling, medical hotlines, insolvency hotlines, crisis hotlines and many other types of hotlines.
- Telephone counseling
- Single Non-Emergency Number
- Telephones portal
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