Resources

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County Crisis Resources
Grays Harbor County

Lewis County

Pacific County

Thurston/Mason Counties

General Crisis and COVID-19 Related Resources
Designated Crisis Responders for the ESD 113 Region
Inpatient Mental Health Services for Youth and Families

Grays Harbor County

Telecare
www.telecarecorp.com
Mark Reed Evaluation & Treatment Center
360-205-4750

Mason County

Telecare
www.telecarecorp.com
360-462-3016

Thurston County

South Sound Behavioral Hospital
844-949-8888
www.southsoundbehavioralhospital.com

Telecare
www.telecarecorp.com
360-754-2324

Providence
www.providence.org/services/mentalhealth

Children’s Long-Term Inpatient Program (CLIP)
CLIP is the most intensive inpatient psychiatric treatment available to WA State residents, ages 5-18 years of age. There are five programs and a total of 84 beds across Washington State. Youths age 5-18 with a severe psychiatric disorder are eligible for services. For more information to access CLIP, visit: http://clipadministration.org/

Seattle Children’s Hospital Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Unit (Seattle)
206-987-2055
Website

Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital Adolescent Mental Health Program
844-202-5555 (ages 13-17)
Website

Tacoma General Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit (ABHU) (Tacoma)
For Providers: 253-403-0556 (ages 13-17)
Website

Residential Treatment Services
For young people with serious mental health issues like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and severe depression who meet medical necessity for residential treatment services.

Newport Academy (private insurance only)
Website

Outpatient Mental Health Services for Youth and Families
Psychology Today: Online resource to assist with locating a therapist

Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe) Program:  https://www.familyallianceformentalhealth.com/wise-programs.html

Grays Harbor County

BHR – Elma
360-482-5358

BHR – Hoquiam
360-532-8629
1-800-654-3837

Catholic Community Services
360-878-8248 or 1-888-322-7156

Columbia Wellness
360-612-0012

Community Integrated Health Services
360-261-6930 or 1-855-303-4834

Eugenia Center – Aberdeen
360-660-1011

Great River BHO
360-532-4357 or 1-800-685-6556

Lifeline Connections
360-397-8246

SeaMar– Aberdeen Behavioral Health Center
360-538-1461

True North – ESD 113 – Grays Harbor
360-209-5420

Lewis County

Cascade Community Health Care
360-345-6790

Chehalis Tribal Behavioral Health Center – Tsapowum
360-709-1733 (Oakville)

Community Integrated Health Services
360-261-6930 or 1-855-303-4834

Eugenia Center – Chehalis
360-948-0203

Eugenia Center – Mossyrock
360-492-4200

National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI)
360-995-9980
Crisis line:  360-807-2440

True North – ESD 113 – Lewis County
360-748-2274

Mason County

BHR – Shelton
360-426-1696

Catholic Community Services
360-878-8248 or 1-888-322-7156

Consejo Counseling and Referral
Shelton:  360-763-5610
Belfair:  360-763-5600

National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI)
360-493-6021
Warmline:  360-866-0403

Thurston/Mason Behavioral Health
360-586-2800
Youth Help Line:  360-58-2777

True North – ESD 113 – Mason County
360-427-2050

Pacific County

Community Integrated Health Services
360-261-6930 or 1-855-303-4834

Great Rivers Behavioral Health
1-800-884-2298

Lifeline Connections
1-800-604-0025

Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe Behavioral Health and Wellness
360-267-8141

True North – ESD 113 – Pacific County
360-942-2474

Willapa Behavioral Health
360-642-3787 (Long Beach)

Willapa Behavioral Health
360-942-2303 (Raymond)

Thurston County

Bridges and Boundaries
360-259-7179

Caring for Each Other House (formally known as The Healing House)
360-709-1677

Cascade Counseling
360-866-7406

Catholic Community Services
360-878-8248 or 1-888-322-7156

Community Youth Services
360-943-0780

National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI)
360-493-6021
Warmline:  360-866-0403

SeaMar Community Health Center – Tumwater Behavioral Health Child and Family Services
360-704-7580

SeaMar Community Health Center – Yelm Behavioral Health Clinic
360-400-4860

Thurston/Mason Behavioral Health
360-586-2800
Youth Help Line:  360-58-2777

True North – ESD 113 – Tumwater Main
360-464-6867

True North – ESD 113 – Yelm
360-458-6233

Substance Use Disorder

Poison Control Center
1-800-222-1222
Website: https://www.wapc.org/

Resources for Teens: Recorded Discussions Around Substance Use

Stopoverdose.org

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Services Locator

Syringe Exchange Directory
https://doh.wa.gov/you-and-your-family/drug-user-health/syringe-service-programs/syringe-service-program-directory

Teen & Young Adult Addiction: Guide to Finding Help

Teenage Alcoholism Info from RehabSpot.com

Washington Recovery Helpline
1-866-789-1511

Action Counseling – Aberdeen
360-532-0205

Evergreen Treatment Services – Grays Harbor
360-209-6339

Nisqually Tribal Substance Abuse and Prevention Program
360-413-2727

Quinault Indian Nation
360-276-8211

Disordered Eating Resources

Center for Discovery
855-525-4176
Website

Eating Recovery Center
Website

Liberating Jasper 
253-444-2311
Website

The Emily Program
1-888-364-5977
http://www.emilyprogram.com

Autism/Developmental Disabilities Resources in the South Sound

The Mighty (https://themighty.com/topic/autism/)
An online community of over 290,000 autistic voices and the people who support them.

Washington Autism Alliance https://washingtonautismalliance.org/

Autism Resources during COVID-19

National Autism Association
COVID-19 Resources for Families and Individuals
(https://nationalautismassociation.org/covid-19-resources-for-families/)

  • Teaching tools
  • Tips for caregivers and individuals
  • How to practice social distancing
  • Local resources
  • Information on stimulus payments

Autism Research Institute
Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic: Resources for Individuals and Families
(https://nationalautismassociation.org/covid-19-resources-for-families/)

  • Story-sharing
  • COVID-19 webinars
  • Video aids
  • Preparing for return to school

Autism Society COVID-19 Toolkit by Topic
(https://www.autism-society.org/covid-19/)

  • Mental health and respite
  • Modifying routines
  • Lifestyle supports
  • Education
  • Public policy
  • Coronavirus information series (Facebook Live)
Applied Behavior Analysis

*Disclaimer- this list is not exclusive and may not include all ABA providers in this region.

Basics NW
360-915-6868
basicsnw.com

Behavior Connections LLC
360-628-0993
behaviorconnectionsaba.com

Family Applied Behavior Services LLC
360-605-0163
familyappliedbehavioral.com

Lilac City Behavioral Services PLLC
360-836-3680
lcbehavioral.com

South Sound Behavior Therapy
360-456-2237
southsoundbehaviorherapy.com

Respite

Respite, also known as “short breaks”, is planned or emergency care that provide temporary relief to family caregivers. Getting respite from caregiving tasks is important for a caregiver’s health and well-being, and the person receiving care (often called the care recipient or care receiver) may also benefit with expanded social supports and time to explore new interests.

Washington has a variety of respite options for families looking for an opportunity to receive respite throughout the state and across the lifespan, no matter the condition. The Lifespan Respite Washington website was developed to provide information for family caregivers needing respite.

Lifespan Respite Washington: https://www.lifespanrespitewa.org/.

Other Resources

A Common Voice
Offers family classes to help with communication between family members that experience behavioral health issues. More information can be found on their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/A-Common-Voice-559600704125787/ Please call the Director for A Common Voice: Sherry Lyons, ACVSherry@msn.com , 253-537-2145   if you have any questions on their classes or programming.

Black, Indigenous & People of Color Mental Health Resources
Website: https://namiseattle.org/bipoc-mental-health-resources/

Exceptional Family Member Program
EFMP Family Support Services offer elective nonclinical case management and we support families with accessing their health coverage, IEP/504, review respite options, etc. EFMP is a DOD program for all branches of service. Our EFMP team is embedded in the teams at JBLM CARES Autism Center, the Wounded Warrior Recovery Unit, and also on McChord. We do virtual, in person meetings at schools and homes at the discretion of all parties.

It is required to be enrolled so the military family (on active orders) is always assigned to an installation where they may receive care within 100 miles. However, family support services are elective for any branch and any medical condition.

Partnership Access Line (PAL)
For Providers Only. Call 866-599-7257 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Pacific time, to be directly connected to a PAL child and adolescent psychiatrist. A State-Funded Program Providing Mental Health consultation for questions such as diagnostic clarification, medication adjustment or treatment planning
Website

Telehealth Mental Health Treatment
Charlie Health
Personalized mental health treatment for teens, young adults, and families
Connect instantly from anywhere with licensed professionals for clinical consultation, therapeutic assignment and holistic treatment
Website: https://www.charliehealth.com/
Phone: 1 (866) 484-8218

Washington Listens
A new program that provides non-clinical support to people experience elevated stress due to COVID-19 1-833-681-0211
website: https://www.walistens.org/

All of the following headings have general information on the website that is not specific to location:

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Racism / Social Injustice

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A Mindful State

Contact Us

Erin Wick, Executive Director

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Sara Ellsworth, Regional Administrator

360-464-6877

Katie Cutshaw, Student Services Manager

360-209-5420