HOW HOTLINES BENEFIT
Whether your organization provides a general information hotline or a crisis and intervention helpline, Mosio’s innovative two-way texting tool can be used to greatly enhance your support services.
The Primary Benefits of TextChat:
- Communicate with hotline users in a private and reliable way.
- Support staff can use a computer to engage in a two-way, live text chat.
- Reach more people without incurring additional phone costs.
- Safe, secure, and anonymous for hotline users.
- Absolutely no talking necessary!
- Staff can handle multiple communications at once and respond instantly to users.
- Experience a greater helpline staff productivity.
- Automated responses can be scheduled on specific days and times.
- Simple, easy to use, and accessible anytime, anywhere.
- Stay connected to hotline users 24 x 7 x 365.
- Collect feedback from young and old hotline texters with convenient text message surveys.
- Analyze insightful data from the text messaging chats.
- Get started right away! No need to download software or buy hardware.
HOW IT WORKS
Our two-way text messaging software is simple to use. Your users text the same way they normally do and your staff receives and respond to messages via the Mosio Q&A dashboard.
Hotline users and support staff can communicate with each other in three easy ways:
1. When people need support, they text your special hotline texting number the same
way they text friends and family.
2. Your helpline staff receive and respond to incoming texts via our secure, web-based
dashboard. It has a host of tools like autoresponders and answer templates to improve
your communication workflow.
3. After the TextChat has ended, you can encourage the hotline users to take a survey
about their experience (or sign up to receive text alerts from you).
Ready to get started? Our company offers a free, 14-day trial, so you can try this text messaging support services tool completely risk-free.
Mosio’s TextChat is a great tool for hotlines in the following areas of assistance.
- Mental health
- Suicide prevention
- Crisis and intervention
- Teens and families
- Alcohol and substance abuse
- Sex and health education services
- Eating disorders
- Domestic violence
- Pregnant moms