Crisis Connections - one of the oldest Crisis Lines in the nation, and home to five programs focused on serving the emotional and physical needs of individuals across Washington State. They are here for you or anyone you know who is suffering or just needs to talk.
24-Hr Crisis Line: If you are in crisis or considering suicide, call the 24-Hour Crisis Line at 1-866-427-4747
King County 2-1-1 is proud to partner with Washington Serves to connect veterans, and active military to the specialized resources they need for themselves and members of their household. Just dial 2-1-1 on your phone.
Teen Link is a confidential and anonymous help line for teens. Trained teen volunteers are available to talk with you about any issue of concern. No issue is too big or too small! 866-833-6546
WA Recovery Help Line is an anonymous and confidential help line that provides crisis intervention and referral services for Washington State residents. Professionally trained volunteers and staﬀ are available to provide emotional support 24 hours a day, and oﬀer local treatment resources for substance abuse, problem gambling and mental health as well as to other community services. 866-789-1511
WA Warm Line: a peer support help line for people living with emotional and mental health challenges. Calls are answered by specially-trained volunteers who have lived experience with mental health challenges. They have a deep understanding of what you are going through and are here to provide emotional support, comfort, and information. All calls are confidential. 877-500-WARM
And, Washington Listens: "2020 has been a stressful year. We will get through this year together, but while we are on the journey through these trying times it is normal to feel overwhelmed. If you are feeling stressed, angry, sad, numb, afraid, or just worn out so are we. Don’t try to manage these feelings alone if you are feeling overwhelmed or that nobody is listening. We are here for you, we are listening." Washington Listens: 1.833.681.0211
Here my conversation with Lauren Rigert, Senior Director of Development and Community Relations, here: