At Distress Centre, we are here to listen and support you with your needs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
However, photo sharing can raise some issues: Sexting refers to sending photos, videos or messages that are sexual in nature by cell phone or the Internet.
If you're not comfortable using the phone, or would prefer to talk with someone online about your problems, then our online chat might be right for you.
In fact, live customer service chat is becoming more and more popular everyday.
Some of these chat positions do require background knowledge of a specific area, and many of them do require you to type a certain number of words per minute, so make sure you read all of the criteria before applying.
Whether it’s the stress of a new job, struggling with drugs or getting over a recent break-up, our volunteers and professional staff are always there when you need someone to talk to.
Calls are confidential and non-judgemental, and no issue is too small to talk about with us.
Few cases do not heal and might require Physiotherapy for helping with the pain.
Type 2 diabetes, once known as adult-onset or noninsulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition that affects the way your body metabolizes sugar (glucose), your body's important source of fuel.
Photo sharing is a great way to let friends and family know what’s going on in your life.
Photos can be shared through instant messaging programs, chat rooms, social networking sites, photo sharing sites, email and a variety of other programs.
It allows us to make friends all over the world and makes it easier to keep in touch with friends and family who might not live close by.