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Resources

Career Action Center:  Get help with career exploration, internships, jobs, resumes and interviews. 

Food Pantry: Free food and personal hygiene items for students and employees.

Learning Support Center: In-person and online tutoring for students.

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD): Works to remove barriers and provide reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities on campus. 

TRIO: Support services for low-income, first generation college students, and students with disabilities.

Wellness Center: A place to study and relax on campus. The Wellness Center also provides access to personal health items. 

Veterans Resource Center: Assistance for student Veterans.

Violence Prevention: Responds to and aims to reduce interpersonal violence among our campus community. 

 

Check out the Student Resource Guide for a full list of support services offered at Edmonds College.

Compass Health:  Offers individual, family, and group counseling services. 

SeaMar: Mental and behavioral health counseling services. Offers a sliding scale fee for those without insurance. 

If you have insurance we recommend searching for a provider using Psychology Today. You'll be able to search for a provider that  is within your network and near you.

If you have an immediate mental health-related emergency please call 9-1-1.

Care Crisis Line for 24/7 support: 425.258.HELP or 1.800.584.3578

Crisis Text Line for 24/7 support: 741741

Dental Care

Lahai Health: (Lynnwood) Dental care offered on a sliding scale fee.  

Medical Teams International: (Various Locations) A Mobile Dental Clinics visits different locations and provides free emergency dental care. Check out their website to find a location near you, and please note that some locations require an appointment first. 

Medical Care

COVID-19 Vaccinations: Use this site to find an appointment for a vaccine near you. Vaccines are available for people ages 12 and up. 

Lahai Health: (Lynnwood) Preventive and primary healthcare. Appointments are required. 

Free Medical Clinics in Washington: A comprehensive list of free and low cost medical clinics in Washington State. 

Sexual Health

Lifelong: A non-profit that strives to educate people on sexual health. Free condoms and sexual health items available for people in Washington. Also provides HIV and STI testing. 

HIV/AIDS Hotline: 1.800.342.AIDS (national) or 1.800.272.AIDS (state)

Cocoon House: (Everett) Provides short-term housing for people ages 12-17 and their children. 

Cold Weather Shelters: (Various Locations in Snohomish County) Overnight shelters during cold temperatures.

YWCA Pathways for Women: (Lynnwood) Shelter for up to 45 days for single women and mothers (ages 18+). 

The Trevor Project:

Provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ folks under 25 years old.

24/7 Trevor Lifeline Phone: 1-866-488-7386
Trevor Text: Text 'Trevor' to 1-202-304-1200
Monday-Friday, 12p-7p 

Provides a hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people.

Regular Hotline: 1-877-565-8860 

Family & Friends Hotline: 1-877-565-8860 but ask for the Family & Friends Line

Monday-Sunday 11a-5a, Eastern Standard Time

SAGE:

Peer support and  resources for older LGBTQ+ adults.

SAGE LGBT Hotline: 1-888-234-SAGE (24/7)

AA-Alcoholics Anonymous: 425.252.2525

Narcotics Anonymous: 425.609.6170

Washington Recovery Helpline: 1.866.789.1511

Teen Recovery Helpline: 1.866.833.6546 (every evening 6-10 p.m.)

2-1-1: An organization that is connected to a variety of resources, including housing, food insecurity, internet and phone access, and legal services.