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  • Mental Health Resources and Emergency Services Information (National and Local Crisis Resources) 24/7 


    In case of a life-threatening emergency, call 911


    Crisis Clinic of King County/The Children’s Crisis Outreach Response System:

    1-866-4-CRISIS or 206-461-3222 or TEXT 741-741 to access the crisis text line


    Community Information Line:

    (206) 461-3200


    Center for Human Services:



    Children's Crisis Outreach Response System (CCORS) 

    (206) 461-3222 or 866-427-4747

    CCORS  Children's Crisis Outreach Response System (CCORS) and Intensive Stabilization Services (ISS) are programs within Family Services and Mental Health and are funded by the King County Counseling & Therapeutic Support Organization and the Department of Social and Health Services. The CCORS program offers short-term, community-based and family centered services with the goal of crisis stabilization, hospital diversion, and placements disruptions prevention.


    The Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress

    206-744-1682 (direct)


    Children’s Hospital—Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine 

    (206) 987-2164


    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE


     Teen Link  Youth crisis specialists are available to talk by phone from 6-10pm every night, chat from 6-9:30pm every night, and text from 6-9:30pm on Wednesdays.  

    1-866-TEEN LINK or 833-6546 



     Mental Health Referral Service  Washington’s Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens connects families with mental health providers who have openings in their schedule and can meet your child’s needs. We link you to providers in your local area who fit your child’s specialty needs and insurance coverage.





    Tutoring and Test Prep  King County Library Systems provide one-on-one, real-time tutoring via chat and audio--all you need is a library card!  Tutoring sessions can be 20-30 minutes long and is offered in English and Spanish. 


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