Mental Health & Substance Use Resources

For more information on these organizations please contact them or visit their websites.

You‌ ‌can‌ ‌call‌ ‌2-1-1‌ ‌from‌ ‌any‌ ‌phone‌ ‌to‌ ‌be‌ ‌connected‌ ‌to‌ ‌a‌ ‌list‌ ‌of‌ ‌statewide‌ ‌resources‌ ‌for‌ ‌everything‌ ‌from‌ ‌food‌ ‌and‌ ‌diapers‌ ‌to‌ ‌rental‌ ‌assistance‌ ‌and‌ ‌bus‌ ‌fare.

“We help people create mutually respectful, cooperative relationships in families, classrooms, workplaces, and anywhere else.”

206-527-2566, psas@att.net

“As a parent or family member, FIT is a way for you, your family, and/or your adolescent to seek out behavioral health treatment. Learn more about the program and what is available to assist you and your family in accessing care.”

hcafamilyinitiatedtreatment@hca.wa.gov

“Imagine what it might feel like if you were able to make sense of what your child was really asking from you. The Circle of Security® Parenting™ program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened.”

(509) 462-2024, info@circleofsecurityinternational.org

“A family competency training program for parents of children in middle school that gives parents the skills needed to reduce their children’s risk for using alcohol and other drugs.

blueprints@colorado.edu

“Learn constructive skills proven to solve problem behaviors, family conflict, and more. This program is especially helpful for single parents.”

1-866-234-WISE, staff@familyworksinc.com

“The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.”

703-524-7600

“YouthCare works to end youth homelessness and to ensure that young people are valued for who they are and empowered to achieve their potential.”

800-495-7802, info@youthcare.org

“The mission of the International OCD Foundation is to help those affected by obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders to live full and productive lives. Our aim is to increase access to effective treatment through research and training, foster a hopeful and supportive community for those affected by OCD and the professionals who treat them, and fight stigma surrounding mental health issues.”

617-973-5801, info@iocdf.org

“International Bipolar Foundation is here to provide information for you to learn more about living with bipolar disorder. “

1-800-273-TALK, info@ibpf.org

“We are an inclusive community that envisions a world where people know how to prevent suicide and find hope and healing.”

(202) 237-2280, info@suicidology.org

“The organization is composed of dedicated volunteers from around the country who play an integral part in the association’s success by providing support, education and encouragement to parents, educators and professionals on a grassroots level through CHADD chapters.”

301-306-7070, customer_service@chadd.org

“Our teen volunteers are trained to listen to your concerns and talk with you about whatever’s on your mind – bullying, drug and alcohol concerns, relationships, stress, depression or any other issues you’re facing. No issue is too big or too small! Calls and chats are confidential.”

1-866-Teenlink

“The Boys Town National Hotline is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and is staffed by specially trained Boys Town counselors.”

1-800-448-3000, hotline@boystown.org

“The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.”

1-800-662-HELP

Weekly telehealth virtual support groups with therapists and youth members – specific for girls aged 11-18.

(206) 673-0738

The Center for Chronic Illness offers free, professionally facilitated, web-based support groups for people who have chronic illnesses or paralysis. 

425-296-2705, info@thecenterforchronicillness.org

“The vision of DadsMOVE is to provide every parent/caregiver (especially dads!) that we connect with, the tools, support, and training needed to be fully engaged in the recovery of their children.”

1-800-736-0979

“In Washington State, Medicaid is called Apple Health. Apple Health provides preventative care, like cancer screenings, treatment for diabetes and high blood pressure, and many other health care services. You can apply for free or low-cost Apple Health coverage year-round.”

“Mental Health America (MHA) is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all.”

1-800-969-6642

“Diversion and Reentry Services (DRS) coordinates programs to help people with behavioral health issues avoid jail and hospital visits.”

206-263-8951, chmitchell@kingcounty.gov

“People with developmental disabilities and their families are valued citizens of the state of Washington. The Developmental Disabilities Administration strives to develop and implement public policies that will promote individual worth, self-respect, and dignity such that each individual is valued as a contributing member of the community. The Developmental Disabilities Guiding Values encompasses our vision and values for inclusive communities.”

“We work with leading experts in effectively treating substance use issues to offer people a single source of relatable, reliable information at any stage of their recovery journey.”

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