Project Sleep’s Sleep Helpline

What is the Sleep Helpline?

The Sleep Helpline™ is a nonprofit-led free national helpline providing personalized support and resources for people facing sleep issues and sleep disorders.

Reach out to speak with a compassionate Resource Specialist who will listen and help provide accurate sleep disorder information, resources to help you navigate daily living and the healthcare landscape, and connect you to certified sleep centers and patient support organizations.

How to Connect

Speak one-to-one with a Resource Specialist, available Monday to Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Eastern Time). Leave a message 24/7 and we’ll get back to you on the next business day.

How the Sleep Helpline Can Assist:

  • Help individuals communicate with members of their healthcare team
  • Provide accurate information about sleep disorder symptoms, diagnosis procedures, and treatment options
  • Help map a route from diagnosis to treatment and daily living
  • Provide information and resources for loved ones and caregivers
  • Provide free sleep disorders educational materials
  • Connect individuals to national resources, patient advocacy organizations, and additional assistance programs

Who We Aim to Support:

  • People uncertain if they might have a sleep-related condition
  • People diagnosed with a sleep disorder
  • Loved ones and caregivers
  • Healthcare providers
  • Educators
  • Social workers
  • Anyone looking for information about sleep disorders

“Could I Have a Sleep Disorder?”

An estimated 50-70 million Americans chronically live with sleep or circadian-related conditions, yet the majority are undiagnosed. Sleep disorders can be hard to detect, which is why it’s important to learn about the signs and symptoms of common and serious sleep conditions.

Take the Sleep Disorders Screener

The Sleep Disorders Symptom Checklist-25 (SDSCL-25) is a new self-assessment tool to help individuals identify signs and symptoms of 13 major sleep disorders. This is a decision support tool and not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The online survey takes 3-5 minutes to complete.


What types of healthcare providers diagnose and treat sleep disorders?
How can I find a sleep healthcare provider with relevant experience about my sleep disorder?

Sleep Issues?  Sleep Disorder?  Contact the Sleep Helpline.

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Compassionate Specialists
Personalized Support
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Contact Project Sleep’s Sleep Helpline

Complete this form and a Resource Specialist will reach out to you. 

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Other Ways to Get In Touch

Sleep Helpline Resource Specialists are available Monday to Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Eastern Time). Leave us a message 24/7 and we’ll get back to you on the next business day.

Spread the Word

This poster can be used in community and clinical based settings to promote the Sleep Helpline. The Sleep Helpline is for any person with questions about sleep issues or sleep disorders. Thank you for helping us spread the word!

Project Sleep’s Sleep Helpline is generously funded by donors like you and by sponsors including:

This service is for information only. Project Sleep does not give medical advice or provide medical services. Furthermore, Project Sleep does not promote or endorse any specific treatment, product, service, or provider. All healthcare decisions should be made by you in consultation with your healthcare providers. Read Project Sleep’s Sleep Helpline criteria for resources distribution here.

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