Youth Crisis Line

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About this app

The Islamic Leadership Institute of America (ILIA), a 501c(3) educational and research nonprofit manages Youth Crisis Line (YCL) launched in late 2015. Since inception, it had received thousands of calls from throughout the United States, and with the grace of Allah (SWT) helped stabilize dozens of suicidal individuals who called ILIA through the line.

The YCL has received calls from youth as young as 13 years of age and from youth caretakers such as parents, grandparents, and teachers as old as 70+ years of age. Most callers report issues such as bullying, sexual abuse, suicidal thoughts or attempts, parental relations challenges, parent divorce, teen pregnancy, youth employment, homelessness, and school academic challenges.

ILIA and all its programs and services including the YCL are open to all individuals who meet program objectives and admission requirements regardless of background, religion, belief, race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, age, marital status, disability, and status as a veteran. The YCL does not screen callers, nor does it have any criteria needed for callers to meet to be eligible to contact the YCL. All communications are secure and confidential.

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Updated on
May 30, 2022

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