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Resources Links

In addition to the mental health and substance abuse counseling available at YES, families may find the following community resources helpful. 

Hotlines 
  • Alanon/Alateen: 206.625.0000
  • Crisis Clinic 24-hour Crisis Line: 206.461.3222
  • Crisis Clinic Teen Line: 206.461.4922
  • 24-hour Alcohol & Drug Help & Referral Line: 206.722.3700
  • LifeWire, formerly Eastside Domestic Violence Program, 24-hour Crisis Line: 425.746.1940
  • National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-Suicide (1.800.984.2433)

Community Resources Listing
Click on these sites for listings of community resources available for food, shelter, medical care, and more.

Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence or Sexual Abuse
  • LifeWire, formerly Eastside Domestic Violence Program:
    Support, housing and advocacy for women facing domestic violence.
    Comprehensive services for adult victims of sexual assault.
    Listings of emergency shelters, advocacy services and specialized services.
    Services & support for youth under age 18 who have experienced sexual assault.

Other Area Resources
    Access to several human services in one Redmond location.
    Emergency housing and other services for low-income and homeless families.
    Programs to help youth reach their full potential.
    Listings of places in King County to receive an emergency bag of groceries.
    Emergency shelter for homeless youth (9-18).
    Provides ESL classes, employment training and other services to limited English speakers.
    Early intervention and therapy for children birth to 3 with special needs.
    Listings of health care clinics and health services.
    Legal aid and advice
    Information and resources on addictions.

Counseling and Substance Abuse Resources for Surrounding Communities