Resources for Mental Health Support

  1. Outreach & Crisis Support
  2. Advocacy & Support
  3. Self-Care Tools
  4. Substance Use Recovery
  5. Families of School-Age Children
  6. Finding a Mental Health Care Provider
Care Crisis Line: 800-584-3578 

24-Hour Crisis Line for Families and Those in Crisis

24/7 – 365 days-a-year to speak with a mental health professional who will assess the situation, make appropriate referrals, and/or dispatch a Designated Crisis Responder.
The Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT):
           - Community-based outreach team
           - Responds to and provides crisis services in a variety of community settings
Who do we serve:
           - Individuals at risk of experiencing or currently experiencing a crisis (self-defined)
           - Due to a behavioral health issue
Staff includes masters level Designated Crisis Responders.
www.imhurting.org 24-Hour Crisis Chat Line
866-789-1511 24-Hour Recovery Help Line 

For Substance Abuse, Problem Gambling, and Mental Health
360-378-1511

Compass Health – All Islands

Mental health & chemical dependency services, psychiatric services, housing & rental assistance, utilities assistance, Housing & Recovery through Peer Supports (HARPS), Drug Abuse and addiction treatment services
360-378-2141 Peace Island Medical Center 

Emergency Department, access to integrated behavioral health and referrals from primary care to tele-psychiatry services. Current services provided by Peace Health.
24/7 Help Lines:
San Juan: 360-378-2345
Orcas: 360-376-1234
Lopez: 360-468-4567
SAFE San Juans

Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Services, including access to Sexual Assault Certified Therapists. Current services offered by SAFE San Juans.
1-866-342-6892 Optum Emotional Support HelpLine

Connects people with caring professionals. The service is free of charge and available to anyone, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Licensed mental health counselors are available for solution focused, brief consultation sessions and resource referral.

1-877-500-9276 Washington Warm Line

Peer support helpline for people living with emotional and mental health challenges.
Hotline: 1.866.488.7386
Textline: A free, confidential, secure service in which LGBTQ young people can text a trained Trevor counselor for support and crisis intervention, available daily by texting START to 678678.
Secure Online Chat:
The Trevor Project 

24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention lifeline for LGBTQ young people under 25

NowMattersNow.org Now Matters Now 

Online videos by mental health professionals and people with lived experience of suicidal thoughts teach Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills – a well researched method for managing strong emotions and thoughts.
To reach Washington Listens call 1-833-681-0211
Read the Washington Listens fact sheet

Washington Listens

Washington Listens is a program that provides non-clinical support to people experiencing elevated stress due to COVID-19.

Part of the program is a call-in line where people can speak to a support specialist and receive information and connection to community resources in their area. The program is anonymous and no identifying information is maintained.

Washington Listens staff will receive basic training to provide support to individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic.