Mental Health Support

Resources for Black, Indigenous, & People of Color

NAMI Seattle

BIPOC Support – Seattle Public Schools

Seattle BIPOC Therapy Referral List & Mental Health Resources

Behavioral Health Spanish Language Resources

Seattle Indian Health Board

Clinicians of Color

Therapy for Latinx

Antidepressant Skills Workbook (languages available in English, French, Traditional & Simplified Chinese, Punjabi, Farsi, & Vietnamese)

General Mental Health Resources for Families

Community Mental Health Resources

Open Path Psychotherapy Collective (affordable counseling)

WA Therapy Fund

Spanish Mental Health Resources for Teens and Parents – Handouts, Lessons, DIY, and Meditations

Social and Emotional Learning Resources


We know that recent events can make public venues especially schools and classrooms feel unsafe causing feelings of anxiety and uneasiness in both students and parents. In order to help with the emotions, conversations, and reflections that such events require, here are some resources. Please do be mindful of any emotional triggers prior to viewing any links.


The National Child Traumatic Stress Network—Parental Guidelines

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (Español)—Ayuda para los niños en edad escolar con duelo traumático

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network—Tips for Adults

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network—Consejos para adultos

School Crisis Center—How to Talk to Children About Tragic Events

American Psychological Association—Helping Your Child Manage Distress

Child Mind Institute—Helping Children Cope After a Traumatic Event

National Education Association—Talking to Students About Uvalde

SAMHSA—Tips for Talking with and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Disaster or Traumatic Event

Washington Post—Here’s how to help those affected by Uvalde

Psychological First Aid for Schools—Field Operations Guide

National Association of School Psychologists—Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network—Coping After Mass Violence

Hotlines

24 Hour National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Interpreter Services Available)

  • 1-800-273-8255
  • Spanish Language Line: (888) 628-9454

King County 24 Hour Crisis Line

(866) 427 – 4747

Snohomish County 24-Hour Crisis Line

(800) 500 – 9276

WA Warm Line (Interpreter Services Available)

(877) 500-9276

WA Immigrant Solidarity Network Hotline 

(844) 833 – 6546

National Parent Helpline

(855)-427-2736

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