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Mental Health Resources in the Northwest

We’ve compiled a list of mental health resources, programs, and services from city, county, state, and other nonprofit organizations to help those in the Seattle area struggling with their mental health. These resources include help with getting access to low-cost and free therapy, substance use disorder treatment, and more.


UPDATED JUNE 20, 2023


I NEED IMMEDIATE MENTAL HEALTH HELP

988 : SUICIDE & CRISIS LINE The 988 three-digit phone number, or a text to 741741, connects you quickly to what was formerly know as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. This service provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for You or Your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. You can still call the old number: (800)273-8255 to be connected to this service. WASHINGTON CRISIS CONNECTIONS For immediate help in times of emotional crisis for You, Your family, or friends in need, call the 24-Hour Crisis Line: 866-4CRISIS or (866) 427-4747. WA WARM LINE (877) 500-9276 WA Warm Line is a peer support help line for people living with emotional and mental health challenges. Calls are answered by specially-trained volunteers who have lived experience with mental health challenges. They have a deep understanding of what you are going through and are here to provide emotional support, comfort, and information. All calls are confidential. Monday-Friday from 5:00-9:00 PM and Saturday-Sunday from 12:30-9:00 PM WASHINGTON LISTENS Washington Listens is a free, anonymous service for anyone in the state. Washington Listens provides support to people who feel sad, anxious, or stressed due to the events of this year including COVID-19 and the wildfires. It is a partnership of several agencies from across the state to provide emotional and mental support to individuals and families during these trying times, They can provide information to local resources and additional support, based on needs You may have. Support is available Monday-Friday from 9:00AM-9:00PM and Saturday-Sunday from 9:00AM-6:00PM.

I NEED ACCESS TO MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT

I NEED HELP FINDING A MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER

ORGANIZATIONS & RESOURCES FOR BIPOC MENTAL HEALTH

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR THE BLACK COMMUNITY

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR ASIAN AMERICAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER (AAPI) COMMUNITY

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITY

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR NATIVE AMERICAN & INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR HISPANIC/LATINX/LATINE COMMUNITY

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR LGBTQIA+


3 comentários


Colby Adkins
Colby Adkins
a day ago

Access to mental health resources in doodle games the Northwest is vital for the well-being of our communities

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Masker Yulia
Masker Yulia
6 days ago

Several organizations from throughout the state have partnered to offer families and people emotional and mental help during run 3


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Quintan Barnes
Quintan Barnes
30 de set. de 2023

Access to mental health resources in the Northwest is vital for the well-being of our communities. For those pursuing nursing careers, understanding mental health is crucial. Explore real-world examples and insights at https://www.nursingpaper.com/examples/registered-nurse/. By combining knowledge with accessible resources, we can enhance mental health support, fostering a healthier and more compassionate society in the Northwest.


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