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- Suicide Prevention
- Suicide Lifeline: 800-273-8255 (TALK)
Uncomfortable talking on the phone? Text “NAMI” to 741-741 to be connected to a free, trained crisis counselor on the Crisis Text Line.
- Trans Lifeline: 877-565-8860
- Suicide Lifeline: 800-273-8255 (TALK)
- Trevor Project (LGBTQ): 866-488-7386
- Addiction recovery: 866-789-1511
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Treatment referral: 877-726-4727
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233
- WA Listens: Call 1-833-681-0211 for nonclinical support for people experiencing elevated stress due to COVID-19. You can call, text, message, or video call with a crisis counselor who can connect you with resources in your area.
- Volunteers of America Western Washington: If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, please call 1-800-584-3578 or visit ImHurting.org to chat with someone 24/7.
- Dial 211 for non-emergency support
A confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities across the United States for substance use/addiction and mental health problems.
Provides a set of services to support you if you have substance use or mental health disorders and have trouble navigating the services you need on your path to recovery. There is no cost to you. You must request the services of a coordinator and have a way for the coordinator to contact you.
Bridges Behavioral Health Ombuds Service
9004 Washington Avenue NW, Silverdale, WA 98383
Assists those with complaints or concerns with publicly funded Behavioral Health Services through the grievance process. Can provide confidential advocacy and support with researching client rights, filing a grievance, and follow up with resolution of the grievance.
5455 Almira Drive NE Bremerton, WA 98311
Provides mental health care services to children, families, adults and seniors in Kitsap County. Programmingincludes both outpatient and inpatient services, co-occurring disorders treatment, case management, day treatment, psychosocial rehabilitation, employment services, supportive housing, protective payee services, and more. Call to schedule appointment.
Kitsap Sexual Assault Center
19705 Viking Ave NW, Poulsbo WA 98370
24-Hour Sexual Assault Hotline: 866-831-2050
24-Hour Crime Victim Hotline: 888-288-9221
Free advocacy and trauma-informed counseling services for victims of rape and sexual abuse and victims of violent crimes.
PO Box 2343 Bremerton WA 983103
Provides various support groups for those with mental illness and their families. Support group calendar located on website.
Offers behavioral health coordination and counseling for anxiety and depression. Various locations in Kitsap County. Accepts Medicaid and can establish sliding scale payment for those without insurance.
Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe
7550 Little Boston Road NE Kingston, WA 98346
Services for tribal members include individual, group, and family counseling for children, adolescents, and adults as well as medication management.
Suquamish Wellness Center
18490 Suquamish Way Suquamish, WA 98392
Offers mental health assessments, counseling for children and adults, family and relationship counseling, medication management, and mental health groups. Services available to the Suquamish Tribal Community and other enrolled Tribal Members living on the Port Madison Indian Reservation. Call or walk in to schedule intake.
613 S 15th St Tacoma, WA 98405
Provides reentry resource navigation, advocacy, community outreach, policy initiatives, and shelter for women who are returning to society after incarceration.
10402 Kline St SW Milgard Family HOPE Center Lakewood, WA 98499
Provides Parent Support and education to empower parents of children with mild to significant emotional, behavioral, and mental health challenges.
610 S Yakima Tacoma, WA 98405
Community based provider of mental health services (such as children’s counseling or adult substance abuse treatment) to youth, families and adults. Primarily serves those living in Tacoma City limits and the part of Pierce County accessible via the Narrows Bridge. Services include outpatient, emergency, and residential.
5915 Orchard St W Unit B Tacoma, WA 98466
Primarily serves the Spanish-speaking Latino population. Provides mental health services including counseling, assessment, family and group therapy and case management, as well as culturally relevant mental health services for children and adolescents. Provides counseling and therapy for mental health issues including domestic violence, gambling addiction and substance use disorder. Some services specialize in older adults, individuals with disabilities and sexual assault victims and survivors. Also provides substance use disorder treatment for adults and youth.
4916 Center St. Suite E Tacoma, WA 98409
Help Veterans navigate the maze of VA services and programs. They also help determine eligibility for benefits for Veterans and their spouses and dependents. Ask for the Service Officer
6103 Mt. Tacoma Dr. Lakewood, WA 98499
Provides high-quality mental healthcare services accessible to all post-9/11 (including National Guard and Reserves), their families, and the families of active duty service members including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others
2121 S. 19th Street Tacoma, WA 98405 plus 7 other locations found on their website
(253) 396 – 1634
Provides individual psychotherapy, case management for adults and children, psychiatric medication assessments and management, group psychotherapy, psycho-education and community outreach. Accepts most insurances. When insurance is not available, SeaMar offers a sliding fee scale discount.
Serves patients through five medical and behavioral health clinics, four dental clinics, and four pharmacy locations throughout Pierce County.
Provide mental health services to Pierce County residents who have Medicaid coverage. If you do not currently have Medicaid insurance, they can help you obtain or re-establish benefits.
Resources to help with housing and basic needs, drug or alcohol use, depression or anxiety, suicide or self-harm, or just finding someone to talk to.
Behavioral Health Ombuds Program
1-888-336-6164 or 360-416-7004
Advocates for anyone applying for or receiving publicly funded behavioral health service in Skagit, Whatcom, Snohomish, Island, and San Juan counties.
Catholic Community Services NW
614 Peterson Road, Burlington
Mental health counseling for children and youth.
1100 S. 2d St., Mount Vernon
360-419-3500 or 360-419-3505
Mental health counseling and psychiatric services for adults and children. Crisis intervention and prevention for mental health and chemical dependency situations.
- For persons with Washington Apple Health – 1-888-693-7200
- For persons with other insurance or with questions – 425-349-8200
- Crisis Prevention & Intervention Teams – 360-419-3640
Compass Health – Skagit Wise Office
120 E. Fir Street, Ste. 102 Mount Vernon
360-419-3555 or 360-419-3554
Provides children’s intensive outpatient counseling. No walk-ins. Call the Access Line at 844-822-7609 for more information.
1010 East College Way, Suite 100, Mount Vernon
Assessments, medication assessments, family/group therapy.
7438 South D Avenue, Concrete
Services offered are mental and behavioral counseling.
1010 E College Way, Mount Vernon
Services offered include drug dependency/detox.
Skagit Valley REACH Center
1413 E College Way, Mount Vernon
Employment support, self-help classes, recovery groups, computer access, social activities.
Sunrise Behavioral Health Services
2500 East College Way, Unit 100, Mount Vernon
Recovery-oriented services for those living with mental illness.
Sunrise Behavioral Health Services
10212 Collins Rd, Sedro-Woolley
Outpatient mental health and dual disorder counseling and psychiatric services for adults.
More Healthcare & Safety Guides
Learn more about insurance options during and after incarceration including Medicaid / Apple Health, Medicare, private insurance, and organizations that will help you find insurance.
This extensive set of questions covers how to find, apply for, and use health insurance, including reduced fee and free options.
Many organizations provide free and reduced-fee medical services.
Organizations specifically helping people with disabilities.
Two sites to help you find organizations helping survivors of domestic violence.
Numerous 24-hour hotlines for immediate support and organizations throughout Washington supporting people with mental and behavioral health services.
Many organizations and hotlines are available to support you with substance use problems, needle exchanges, and other addiction issues such as gambling.