Mental Health Services
- Mental Health and Substance Use Support Services
- School-Based Health Centers
- National Suicide Prevention Support
- Crisis Supports
- Sexual Assault and Abuse Support in King County
- Eating Disorder Support in King County
- Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health, and Substance Use Referrals in King County
- Additional Substance Use Resources
Mental Health Services for Seattle Public Schools
The Mental Health Department supports the promotion and access of mental health and wellness across Seattle Public Schools. The Mental Health Department works to align system-wide practices with evidence-based procedures, state-wide mandates, and culturally-responsive services.
Department contact: Stephanie Elder, LMHC email@example.com 206-741-2698
Mental Health and Substance Use Support Services
During these uncertain times you might find that you’re in need of support. Below is a list of Community Based Providers and Crisis Support contacts to help support you and your family during this time. Agencies are offering Telehealth support services such as phone or video platforms to provide counseling support and in-person support on a case by case basis.
If you are 13 or older, you are able to reach out to mental health and health providers and receive confidential services without needing parental/guardian consent.
Please be aware that this is not a comprehensive list of providers in the area; this includes organizations Seattle Public Schools have MOUs currently with. Students and families are not required to obtain services from these organizations.
*If you have private insurance consider contacting your insurance provider for additional resources.
School-Based Health Centers
Students have access to mental health and health services through the school-based health center located at their or a nearby school.