This list has many resources for different needs. There is a mix of resources for crisis and non-crisis situations. If you have questions or need other support, please contact the Counseling and Resource Center at 425.640.1358 or email@example.com.
Medical Emergencies: 911
24/7 Mental Health Crisis / Resources: 988
Care Crisis Line:
Text: 741 741
Call: 425.258.4357 or 1.800.584.3578 for support 24 hours per day, 365 days per year (interpreter services available).
Campus security: 425.754.0154
Black & African American Identifying:
Jed Foundation: Jed’s Mental Health Resource Center helps you manage your emotional health, cope with challenges, and support the people in your life.
Multicultural Counselors: The Washington Counselors of Color Network serves an array of ethnic clients needing counseling and therapy from providers who understand the specific needs of people of color and various cultures.
Therapy for Black Girls: Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls.
Black Female Therapists: This platform was created to promote, inspire, and elevate other black female therapists and create a safe space for black mental health.
Therapy For Black Men:TherapyForBlackMen.org was born from the idea that Black men and boys face unique challenges and stigmatization and therefore need a dedicated space for seeking and finding mental health support.
Indigenous & Alaskan Native Identifying:
Telebehavioral Health Center of Excellence: To provide, promote, and support the delivery of high-quality, culturally sensitive telebehavioral health services to American Indian/Alaska Native people.
Tulalip Health: Tulalip Health facilitates a healthier way of being by providing culturally sensitive therapeutic support and interactions.
Latinx Therapy: LatinX Therapy was founded in 2018 with the mission to destigmatize mental health in the Latinx community.
Therapy for Latinx: Therapy for Latinx was created to make this process as easy as possible. Search our listings to find therapists that honor who you are, provide services with dignity, and can code-switch with the best of them.
988 Hotline en Español: Lifeline ofrece 24/7, servicios gratuitos en español, y no es necesario hablar inglés si usted necesita ayuda.
Asian American, Hawai'ian, & Pacific Islander Identifying
Asian Mental Health Collective: AMHC aspires to make mental health readily available, approachable, and accessible to Asian communities worldwide.
South Asian Therapists: We are the largest South Asian mental health therapist and counseling community in the world. Our directory has hundreds of South Asian therapists, including Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Sri Lankan, Afghani, and Nepali heritage.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service: ACRS promotes social justice and the well-being and empowerment of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, and other underserved communities – including immigrants, refugees, and American-born – by developing, providing, and advocating for innovative, effective, and efficient community-based multilingual and multicultural services.
Career Action Center: Get help with career exploration, internships, jobs, resumes, and interviews.
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.
Affordable Counseling, Edmonds: We serve children, teens, adults, couples, and families with a wide variety of mental health needs. Whether you have insurance or not, or the insurance deductible is too high-- PAY WHAT YOU CAN.
Compass Health: Offers individual, family, and group counseling services.
Open Path Collective: Open Path Psychotherapy Collective is a nonprofit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to providing in-office and online mental health care—at a steeply reduced rate—to clients in need.
Psychology Today: A database that helps you find a mental health therapist. You can filter your search by location, counselor preference, and insurance provider.
SeaMar: Mental and behavioral health counseling services within Snohomish County that offers a sliding scale fee for those without insurance.
For more information and resources about Dating and Domestic Violence, please visit the Violence Prevention Page.
Lahai Health: (Lynnwood) Dental care offered on a sliding scale fee.
Medical Teams International: (Various Locations) Mobile Dental clinics visit different locations and provide free emergency dental care. Check out their website to find a location near you, and please note that some locations require an appointment first.
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.
International Community Health Services (ICHS): Affordable health care in multiple languages. ICHS advocates for health as a human right and welcomes all in need of care regardless of health, immigration status, or ability to pay.
Free Medical Clinics in Washington: A comprehensive list of free and low-cost medical clinics in Washington State.
Open Path Healing Arts Collective: Open Path Healing Arts Collective is a nonprofit nationwide network of holistic health-focused professionals dedicated to providing healing arts care at a steeply reduced rate to people in need. The Collective includes massage therapists, coaches, nutritionists, and more.
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: 1.800.448.0440 (national) or 1.800.272.2437 (state)
Planned Parenthood: Providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care.
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+).
Volunteers of America (VOA) Fair Housing Dispute Resolution Center: Provides training, counseling, and mediation on fair housing issues and renter certification
Sometimes one's sexual orientation, gender identity, and/or gender expression can directly affect their safety and mental health. Unfortunately, LGBTQ+ people often experience discrimination, rejection, and violence, leading to higher anxiety, depression, suicide, and physical health issues. In addition, LGBTQ+ folks may have difficulty finding health providers who have training or understanding of their experiences. These difficult interactions can mean LGBTQ+ are less likely to seek help when they need it the most.
So, what can you do? Take the time to listen, connect, or share the resources and support below! We also have counselors on staff who are LGBTQ+ and allies! Please reach out to us at 425-640-1358.
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 24/7: Text 'START' to 678-678
Chat via computer 24/7
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
Hotline is available 24/7.
Peer support and resources for older LGBTQ+ adults.
SAGE LGBTQ+ Elder Hotline: 1-877-360-5428 (24/7)
Inclusive Therapists: We center the needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and 2SLGBTQIA+ intersections (QTBIPOC). We amplify the voices and expressions of Neurodivergent and Disabled Communities of Color.
National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network: The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC).
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 (Crisis specialists are available to talk by phone from 6-10 pm and chat or text from 6-9:30 pm every night)
When use of a substance interferes with functioning in everyday life or when drug or alcohol use has an impact on your relationships, your health, or your overall well-being.
Screenings are to be used for insight-building and self-awareness. Screenings do not provide a diagnosis of substance use dependence or disorder or any other medical condition. The information provided by the screenings do not substitute for a full evaluation by a health professional, and should only be used as a guide to understanding your alcohol or substance use and potential health issues. Please see a medical or mental health professional for additional information, support and referral for treatment or support groups.
- SAMHSA's Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator is an online source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities in the U.S. for substance use and/or mental health concerns.
- Alcoholics Anonymous: Local AA meetings may be found here.
- Narcotics Anonymous: Local NA meetings may be found here.
- Al-Anon Groups: For a family member in need of support, local meetings may be found here.
- Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers: For concerned friends and relatives of someone with a substance abuse problem, Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers offers a free Intervention Class. Find out when an intervention is appropriate, how it is accomplished, and more.
- Drug Rehab: For information about addiction or recovery options near you.
- Start Your Recover: For resources and information for any stage of recovery.
Treatment for alcohol/drug dependency is covered in all private and employer-sponsored health plans under the Affordable Care Act.
If you are enrolled in a state-funded health insurance plan through Apple Health/Medicaid, you will contact a treatment agency directly to set up your care. You do not need a referral from your managed care plan because Medicaid funds this type of health care.
If you are low-income and need help paying for treatment, you can apply for Apple Health/Medicaid or come into the Counseling Center for assistance.
For assessment and/or treatment, you may apply directly to one of the following:
- Catholic Community Services in Everett 425.258.5270 or Marysville 360.651.2366.
- Evergreen Manor in Everett 425.258.2407 or Lynnwood 425.248.4900
We encourage you to make an appointment at the Counseling and Resource Center to meet with a professional counselor, who can provide screening, listen, offer feedback, and provide referrals to treatment resources. Please call 425.640.1358 or drop by MLT 145 to schedule an appointment.