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General Behavioral Health Evaluation and Counseling

Seattle Children’s Hospital Education and Support Groups

Groups differ by ages and needs; see links provided below
Materials available in multiple languages

Physician referrals required


Incredible Years Parent Groups

Parents/caregivers of children ages 2-12 with behavioral problems


SuperParenting Children Parent Behavior Management Group

Parents/caregivers of children ages 6-12 needing help with managing emotions


SuperParenting Teens Parent Coaching Group

Parents/caregivers of adolescents ages 12-17 with difficulties managing emotions and behaviors/completing tasks

Guided Pathways Support

One-on-one peer counseling support for youth living in King County

Sea Mar Community Health Centers: Behavioral Health

Mental and behavioral health services for diverse communities, particularly for Latinx communities
Locations include King County, Snohomish County, and surrounding areas
Materials available in Spanish

Consejo Counseling

Outpatient behavioral health services, trauma support, and mental health to children and youth in King, Pierce, and surrounding counties
Find a location near you:
Materials available in Spanish

Asian Counseling and Referral Services

Mental health counseling services for behavioral health and child and youth development in Seattle by appointment
Material available in over 40 languages

Pierce County: Behavioral Health

Resources related to mental health and substance use disorder treatment for those living in Pierce County

Compass Health

Behavioral health counseling and substance use treatment for those living in Snohomish County
Find a location near you:
Materials available in multiple languages

Snohomish County: Behavioral Health

Resources related to mental health and substance abuse treatment for those living in Snohomish County
Materials available in multiple languages

Family Reconciliation Services (FRS)

Short-term support and counseling for runaway adolescents and youth in conflict with their families in Washington State
Find a location near you:

The Washington Counselors of Color Network

List of providers who understand the needs of people of color and various cultures, religions, and languages

Washington’s Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens

Free mental health referral service to identify mental health providers for children and teens 17 and younger living in Washington State, based on their needs, location, and insurance plan.

Submit an online form

Or call tel: 833-303-5437 for assistance in English or call tel: 1-866-583-1527 for interpreter assistance, once the interpreter is on the line ask them to call the program directly tel: 833-303-5437

Crisis Text Line

Text Line resource

Text HOME to 741-741

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

24-hour national hotline for thoughts of suicide, mental health crises, substance use concerns, and any other kind of emotional distress

Call or text 988

Prior numbers will remain active
1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK); For Spanish tel:1-888-628-9454


National Maternal Mental Health Hotline

24-hour mental health hotline for pregnant and new moms
Text or call: 1-833-943-5746
Materials available in Spanish

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Seattle

Peer-led education, referrals, and support for people with mental health needs
Materials available in multiple languages
Select insurances only

The Trevor Project

24/7 counseling support and community building opportunities for transgender and nonbinary youth

Psychology Today

Resources for finding a mental health therapist


Special needs services, developmental screenings, financial assistance, and other free or reduced cost help for families who prefer to access resources by telephone and/or via interpreters
call: 1-800-322-2588 (The Help Me Grow Washington Hotline)
Materials available in multiple languages

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