Crisis Resources

Who to Contact

If you are in crisis, connect with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for free, 24/7, confidential support:


Need someone to text? Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from a secure online platform.


Volunteers of America Crisis Response Services in Kitsap county offers 24 hour emotional support to individuals in crisis, in need of emotional support, or referral assistance.


Boys Town National Crisis Hotline (teens only)

  • Call: 1-800-448-3000
  • Text: Text VOICE to 20121


The Trevor Project offers crisis counselors for LBGTQ+ youth, 24/7, 365 days a year, from anywhere in the U.S. It is 100% confidential, and 100% free.


National Sexual Assault Hotline (RAINN) accessible 24/7.


The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline counselors are available to talk through child abuse situations if you have questions, need additional support, or resources.


Where to Go

Seattle Children’s Behavioral Health Crisis Care Clinic

Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital

  • Youth Inpatient Care for youth ages 13-17 facing a mental health crisis

Kitsap Mental Health Services

  • Medicaid insurance accepted
  • Substance use disorder assessments, as well as referrals to higher levels of care
  • Inpatient unit for youth ages 12-17, which serves a variety of symptoms
  • Counseling for youth ages 13-21
  • Transition to adulthood program for youth ages 17-21
  • Website:
  • “Admission can be on a voluntary or involuntary basis, depending on the needs of the client and family, and the youth’s individual presentation. If you or someone you care about may be in need of inpatient evaluation and treatment services, call the Volunteers of America Crisis Call Line at 1-888-910-0416 where professional staff are available 24/7 to offer assistance. They will ensure that the help offered is appropriate for the situation.  Depending on the level of need, this may include dispatching the KMHS Mobile Crisis Outreach Team for emergency assessment. Following assessment, clients may be referred to inpatient care for involuntary or voluntary detention in our evaluation and treatment center or other psychiatric facility or substance use treatment facility. Our goal is to provide care in the least restrictive environment that supports clients in their recovery.”

Fairfax Behavioral Health

  • Adolescent PHP/IOP Programs
    • Group focused- Benefits include:
      • Enhance social skills, develop sense of awareness
      • Develop inspiration to deal with internal struggles
      • Daily support from clinicians and group members
      • Endorses personal accountability and responsibility
      • Reduce feelings of isolation
      • Reinforce healthy coping skills and habits
      • Bolsters self-confidence
    • Weekly individual counseling session
    • Access to pediatric psychiatrist for medication management
    • Selective pull out groups
    • Family dynamic counseling
    • Check-ins and check-outs
    • Safety planning daily
    • Safe therapeutic environment to help mitigate heightened states of anxiety/depression and suicidal thoughts
    • Contact Cannon Syverson, Community Liaison, for more details

Eating Recovery Center (ERC)

Eating disorder treatment for children and teens ages 10-17

  • Inpatient: 24/7 supervision for patients experiencing medical instability
  • Residential: for patients who need 24-hour support, but not intensive medical support and stabilization
  • Partial Hospitalization (PHP): the structure of Residential treatment with opportunities to practice skills during evenings
  • On-site Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) – a flexible program that allows patients to go to school during the day and sleep at home at night, practicing recovery skills in a real-world context
  • Virtual IOP – Eating Recovery At Home – a flexible program offering the same proven care and outcomes as our on-site IOP for patients who have limited access to treatment, have time constraints or are reluctant to receive in-person treatment
  • Programs are covered by most major insurance plans
  • Website:
  • Address: 1231 116th Ave NE #350, #370, #800, Bellevue, WA 98004
  • Call: (425) 454-1010
  • Washington virtual IOP programming- Call: (877) 825-8584

Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital- Inpatient

*Please be advised that any resources provided are not endorsed or affiliated with our organization. We do not take responsibility for the services offered by these resources. Users are encouraged to exercise discretion and conduct their own research before engaging with any third-party services.*