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A Snapshot of the Hotline's Reach and Effectiveness

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Contact Volume by FY Quarter

The data below show the reach and quality of Hotline services. All data are from January 2024 through March 2024.

Did people contact the Hotline for themselves or someone else?

Were the people who contacted the Hotline pregnant or in the postpartum period?

Among the people who said they were calling for themselves, more are reaching out in the postpartum period, vs. those who are pregnant (55% vs. 23%).2

  • 2Pregnant and Postpartum status is a subcategory of Calling for self. Pregnant and Postpartum status is reported when a person says in a conversation that they are pregnant or postpartum.

Why did people contact the Hotline?

People may call the hotline for more than one reason. The top five reasons people contact the hotline are: feeling overwhelmed, depression, anxiety, relationship conflict, and pregnancy. Because some people called for more than one reason, these percentages add up to more than 100.

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