Can someone help me find my local crisis line? I recently moved to Las Vegas, Nevada and have not been able to find the local crisis line. Because of the distress I am in when I need it, I usually do not have the energy to find it - which is where I have been this past week. I have located a number that is supposedly for the entire state of Nevada called Crisis Call Center, but it only directs me to another number, which seems to be a different one each time. The last time I called, I was directed to a woman who was only interested in asking about my past mental health issues, which made me feel more hopeless. I know the suicide hotline operates this way too. I did find a number for the county I live in (Clark) but that number seems to not be in service anymore. What I want is a crisis line that I can call on a regular basis - like I had where I use to live. I understand I will not be speaking to the same person, but I want to be able to feel that I am 'working' with a crisis line that will help me. I don't want to have to question or worry about reaching a number that might not be helpful. Is this asking for too much? Was I lucky with the past state I lived in where each county had a crisis line?