At The Caregiver Space we work really hard to support each other. We have our chatroom, online support groups, forums, and private messaging so you can connect with each other. Plus, we get some pretty lively discussions going on in Facebook.

But what about when you want to talk to someone now and no one’s online?


Sam:) aims to create a community of positivity. It connects anonymous strangers to talk about, well, just about anything. To get started you can download the app (on iOS or Android) or text “Start” to 855-912-0219.

Crisis Text Line

Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 emotional support for those in crisis. Text “START” to 741-741 to talk to a trained volunteer.

7 Cups of Tea

7 Cups connects people to trained volunteer listeners. Everything you say is anonymous and confidential. They aim to help people develop problem solving skills to get through tough times. They also have group supports and community forums.

The Hope Line

If you’re struggling with a problem and need someone to talk to, you can talk to a Hope Coach over chat, on the phone, or over email.

Lifeline Crisis Chat

Run by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, they provide online emotional support, crisis intervention, and suicide prevention services.


If you’re looking to talk to a trained counselor about relationship issues, Relate is here to talk to you on chat, over the phone, or email.

About Cori Carl

As Director, Cori develops our comprehensive global communications and development strategy. She’s constantly tweaking our services based on data-driven marketing metrics and feedback from caregivers. She works to grow our community and build the reputation of The Caregiver Space by amplifying the message on social media, cultivating relationships with experts, creating organizational partnerships, and earning media coverage. She’s an active member of the community and regularly creates resources for Caregivers.

Cori joined The Caregiver Space after a decade of serving as a communications consultant for a number of nonprofit organizations and corporations furthering sustainable energy and urban planning solutions.

Cori has an MA in Corporate Communications from Baruch College at CUNY and a BA in Media Studies from Eugene Lang College at the New School University. She divides her time between Brooklyn and Toronto.