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However, we are only able to accept calls in English at this time.

Welcome to Expressway to a Friend

Having a bad day? Recently divorced? Failing school? Thinking about a career transition?


No matter the reason, any of these and more can drive you to the point of just wanting to scream or hide.

Instead, click the button below and talk.


Our mission is to provide callers with on-demand peer to peer support in time of need at time of need to the best of our capability.



To offer empathy and emotional support to all callers without judgement and to remain inclusive.

To work with each caller as an individual

To make judgement calls when we feel a caller may be in danger, a harm to themselves or others.

  • Offer an alternative to those in need of emotional support.

  • Limit calls to suicide hotlines

  • Prevent suicide by working with callers in the time of distress before building up negative emotions

  • To prevent caller from harming others or themselves

  • Offer resources to eliminate ones stress to the best of our capability.

 Depression & Anxiety

Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Through peer to peer support and resources, we are able to help you with coping skills, resources, and long term support if needed, and perspective.



Trauma & PTSD




Individuals can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic circumstances. Anxiety, fear, and hopelessness are a few emotions that can linger post traumatic events. Sometimes we are triggered and don't even realize it and sometimes we do. Either way, it's good to know that there is access to a friend who can empathize and who may have similar experiences. Just talking can help one's anxiety to calm. That is just one of the many reasons we offer peer to peer support.






Relationships today are not like the past. It is not uncommon today for people who are dating to feel insecure or question what is right or what the other party expects. These challenges are not inclusive in a heterosexual relationship either, in fact one's orientation, gender identity, race or religion have nothing to do with these challenges. We all struggle with many of the same challenges, for example finances. Anyone dating, married, engaged, in a civil union or married under their state's common law have disputes, disagreements are there. Now we are too. Next time, take a deep breath, leave the environment and give us a call. 

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