Since 2001 TeenLine has reached out to at-risk youth to prevent homelessness and sexual exploitation of teens. Youth, parents, guidance counselors, and other helping professionals are encouraged to call or stop by for resource information, referrals, counseling, case management, advocacy, and emergency shelter.
TeenLine reaches out to youth in schools, at community meals programs, and on the street. It operates a food pantry and resource drop-in centers located at 16 Miles Street in Greenfield, MA which is open Monday - Friday from 2-7 PM; also at 15-17 E. Main Street in Orange M-W-F 1pm-5pm.
TeenLine also provides emergency housing through the NightOwl, an overnight teen warming center.
TeenLine is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the MA Department of Public Health, the MA Department of Housing and Community Development, private foundations and charitable gifts from residents and businesses.
The Director of TeenLine
is Kelsey Wessels. She may be contacted at 413-774-7054 ext. 102 or email@example.com