National & Community Resources

There are many resources available, nationally and locally, that may be helpful to you. I would also encourage you to talk with your medical provider about any mental health concerns you may have, as in addition to discussing treatment options, they may be able to provide you with referrals to other community programs and resources. The list below is by no means an all-encompassing list of all of the local and national resources available; it’s some of the resources I’ve found to be most helpful in my work with clients.  

If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, or at any point feel unsafe, please call 911 or present to your nearest Emergency Department.

 
 

Crisis Hotlines

King County Crisis Clinic 24 Hour Hotline:  1-866-427-4747 or 206-461-3222

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: support available 24 hours per day, 1-800-273-8255

National Crisis Text Line: text START to chat with a live person 27/7, text 741 741 

New Beginnings Domestic Violence 24 Hour Helpline: 206-522-9472


Local Seattle Low Cost & Sliding Scale Therapy

Antioch Community Counseling & Psychological Services: 206-268-4840

Catholic Community Services: 206-328-5097 or online at www.ccsww.org

Sound Mental Health: 206-302-2300 or online at www.smh.org

Psychotherapy Cooperative: 206-527-2266 or online at www.psychotherapycooperative.org

Wellspring Family Services: 206-524-9055 or online at https://wellspringfs.org


DBT Resources

www.NowMattersNow.org

The Psychotherapy Clinic at Harborview: 206-744-9622

The DBT Center at EBTCS: 206-374-0109 or online at www.ebtseattle.com/dbtcenter


Online Resources

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): www.nami-greaterseattle.org

National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA): www.nationaleatingdisorders.org

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: www.niaaa.nih.gov

Rethinking Drinking Booklet: https://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/RethinkingDrinking/Rethinking_Drinking.pdf


Insufficient Resource Support and Connection

Washington Information Resource Network: Call 211 or 1-800-621-4636