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Reducing the Risk of Youth Suicide: A Discussion on Education, Prevention, and Early Intervention by Mental Health America Webinars 

Seattle Children’s Mental Health Referral Service: 833-303-5437. Referral Form

Safety Not Stigma: Reframing the Way We Talk about Guns and Violence webinar exploring guns and suicide: the real intersection of gun violence and mental illness; partnering with the gun-owning community to promote safety; and public policy that reduces suicide by firearms while respecting rights of responsible gun owners. Speakers: Mental Health America (MHA) Regional Policy Council Representative Shel Gross of MHA Wisconsin, Jean Papalia of Madison Police Department (retired), and Debbie Plotnick of MHA.

South Sound Behavioral Hospital: Free Assessments 24 hours: 360-764-8400

Standing Together to Prevent Bullying webinar by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Bullying is all too common, and it’s harmful to the mental health of all involved. Young people who are bullied are more likely to feel lonely and want to avoid school. They are more likely to have symptoms of depression, which could contribute to their risk for suicide.

The Trevor Project (LGBTQ+ Youth), The Trevor Project Crisis Line: 1-866-488-7386. The Trevor Project Text Line: text START to 678678 The Trevor Project Web Chat.

True North Telehealth Hub Services: Behavioral and mental health services provided by True North of Capital Region ESD 113

Grays Harbor County

Behavioral Health Resources/BHR: providing essential behavioral health services.

Grays Harbor – Adult and Children’s Service

  • Hoquiam: 360-532-8629 or 800-654-3837
  • Elma: 360-482-5358

Catholic Community Services: Access family behavioral health services at 360-878-8248 or 1-888-322-7156.

Community Integrated Health Services (CIHS): 360-261-9630. Community Integrated Health Services (CIHS) is a Washington State-based behavioral health agency offering quality care.

Great Rivers Behavioral Health: 1-800-685-6556 or 360-532-4357. Provides access to high-quality, cost-efficient behavioral health services to empower individuals and families in managing their health, safety, and well-being.

Sea Mar Behavioral Health (incl. Spanish-Speaking Services): 360-704-7590. Sea Mar Community Health Centers is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health, human, housing, educational and cultural services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos.

Lewis County

Cascade Community Healthcare: 360-330-9044

Catholic Community Services: Access family behavioral health services at 360-878-8248 or 1-888-322-7156.

Community Integrated Health Services (CIHS): 360-261-9630. Community Integrated Health Services (CIHS) is a Washington State-based behavioral health agency offering quality care.

Community Youth Services:  360-943-0780. Counseling & Services for At-Risk Youth.

Valley View Health Center – Behavioral Health: 360-330-9595. Staff currently provide in-person, televideo, and telephone counseling and support to Valley View patients regardless of which of our locations you receive care. Spanish-language services with two bilingual therapists on staff.

Mason County

Behavioral Health Resources/BHR: providing essential behavioral health services. Mason County Children, Youth, and Adult Services: 360-426-1696

Catholic Community Services: Access family behavioral health services at 360-878-8248 or 1-888-322-7156.

Community Youth Services:  360-943-0780. Counseling & Services for At-Risk Youth.

Pacific County

Community Integrated Health Services (CIHS): 360-261-9630. Community Integrated Health Services (CIHS) is a Washington State-based behavioral health agency offering quality care.

Lifeline Connections Recovery Resource Center: 360-787-9315. The Recovery Resource Center is a community center open to all individuals (not just Lifeline Connection patients), families and kids in recovery or those who have been impacted by substance use and mental health disorders.

Thurston County

Behavioral Health Resources/BHR: providing essential behavioral health services. Thurston County Children, Youth, and Adult Services: 360-704-7170

Catholic Community Services: Access family behavioral health services at 360-878-8248 or 1-888-322-7156.

Community Youth Services:  360-943-0780. Counseling & Services for At-Risk Youth.

Sea Mar Behavioral Health (incl. Spanish-Speaking Services): 360-704-7590. Sea Mar Community Health Centers is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health, human, housing, educational and cultural services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos.

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