If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call the Crisis Clinic at 866-427-4747 OR 206-461-3222
Crisis Text Line: crisistextline.org - text 741741 (mobile fees waived)
Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 press 1
confidential chat at VeteransCrisisLine.net or text to 838255
NAMI SEATTLE SUPPORT LINK: 206-783-9264
Washington Recovery Help Line: 1-866-789-1511
Teen Link (24 hours): 1-866-TEEN-LINK
Suicide Lifeline (24 hours-National): 1-800-273-TALK
Children's Crisis Outreach Response System (24 hour): 206-461-3222
MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER RECOVERY RESOURCES and Information
The National Education Alliance for Borderline Persoanlity Disorder provides free Family Connections courses teaching Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills to families who have a loved one who suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and/ or exhibits BPD traits. Space is limited and it is a first come first serve basis. To register please visit www.neabpd.org
Washington Healthcare Access Alliance: 1-267-713-9422/http://www.wahealthcareaccessalliance.org
Washington Recovery Helpline: https://www.warecoveryhelpline.org/
National Council for Aging Care: A comprehensive piece on the signs, symptoms and treatment of alcohol abuse in seniors.
King County Housing & Residential Services: Dial 211 or click here for their website
City of Seattle Affordable Housing Resources: http://www.seattle.gov/housing/renters/find-housing
CLEAR: Washington centralized intake and referral service for individuals seeking free legal assistance in King County
1-877-211-9274; Outside King County - 1-888-201-1014
Disability Rights Washington: Provides disability rights information, general information about legal rights and legal services for disability rights violations
Washington State Health Advocacy Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting health advocacy in Washington State, empowering patients to improve health. When you are overwhelmed with a diagnosis or a lack of one, are facing surgery or long-term treatment or are not sure of your medical expenses and your insurance options, it is time to call a Health Advocate.Health Advocates assist patients with a number of different things, including medical, eldercare, insurance, legal and administrative areas regarding their long-term or acute care needs. Here is a more comprehensive list of the types of services Health Advocates provide. To find a Health Advocate in your area click here.
Washington Law Help: www.washingtonlawhelp.org - they also have specific resources for Legal Financial Obligation
YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES INFORMATION
Navos: 206-248-8226 (new patients), Inpatient Hospital: 206-933-7299, www.navos.org
YWCA Children's Crisis Response: 206-595-8986
YMCA Family Services & Mental Health: 206-382-5340
Seattle Children's Hospital Department of Psychiatry: 206-987-2164
University District Youth Center: 206-526-2992
WASHINGTON STATE'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEM INFORMATION
What are Regional Support Networks?: Click here to learn more.
Get Help Early: Washington State’s Early Psychosis Initiative: For Information on Early Psychosis Warning Signs and Symptoms please visit: www.dshs.wa.gov/GetHelpEarly
Washington State ABLE Savings Plan: https://www.washingtonstateable.com/
Washington State Health Care Authority - https://www.hca.wa.gov/
Washington State Health Care Integration Update - Training Session #2 with Q & A Session: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7JC_S8Fees
DSHS Mental Medicaid Booklet: download by clicking here.
Children of Parents Wth Mental Illness: www.copmi.net
PEER SUPPORT TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
Washington State Peer Support Trainings: the peer support website and applications can be found at:
SSI/SSDI BENEFITS TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES & INFORMATION
NAMI Washington is the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Washington State Outreach Partner. As a NIMH Outreach Partner, we have access to the latest science-based educational materials and have a responsibility to distribute NIMH materials statewide. For more information about the NIMH Outreach Partnership Program visit our NIMH Outreach Partnership Program page.
MENTAL HEALTH PUBLIC POLICY
Treatment Advocacy Center: http://www.