English version

helpline in Telephone, telegraph topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhelplinehelp‧line /ˈhelplaɪn/ noun [countable]  TCTa telephone number that you can ring if you need advice or information
Examples from the Corpus
helplineNow the county's Police Federation has set up a helpline to give advice to officers facing complaints.Although we were officially the London helpline, we got calls from all over Britain and from all over the world.Mr. Golding I repeat: where do people find out that the helpline exists and obtain the number?The helpline for former pupils, staff and parents is producing vital new information.The helpline is for both authorities.