How to help someone in a crisis
If it is an emergency, call 911. You can also take someone to the emergency room.
If these warning signs apply to you or someone you know, get help as soon as possible, particularly if the behavior is new or has increased recently.
988-Suicide and Crisis Hotline
You do not need to be having suicidal thoughts to contact 988. If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, substance use concerns or any other emotional distress then 988 is available 24/7 through text, phone or chat.
Washington Recovery Hotline, sponsored by Washington Health Care Authority (HCA) 1-866-789-1511. 24/7 help for substance abuse, problem gambling and mental health. Additionally, there is a resource guide of Washington treatment locations
Resource guide by National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
List of resources compiled by Washington Department of Health
Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, Press 1 or text 838255 or use the online chat
National Maternal Mental Health Hotline- for support before, during and after pregnancy.
Call or text 1-833-852-6262. This is not a crisis line. If you are in crisis, contact 988 or go to the emergency room.
Teen Link - call (6pm-10pm) or text (6:30pm-9:30pm) to be connected with a trained youth volunteer
Crisis Text Line text HOME to 741741 for 24/7 support
Trevor Project focusing on LGBTQ youth- call
1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678-678
988- Help Yourself Resources to find a therapist, make a safety plan, resources for specific populations or situations. You can also call or text 988 to be connected with a counselor
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