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Everyone faces challenges in life.
But with the right tools, skills and support, all families can thrive.

Youth Eastside Services (YES) provides evidence-based mental health counseling, substance use and
co-occurring disorder counseling and treatment, psychiatric services, and education and prevention
programs to children and youth, ages birth to 22, and their families in East King County.

YES helps children and youth who are struggling with depression, grief, trauma, cultural and
gender identity issues, sexual orientation, anxiety, ADHD, eating disorders, and other challenges.

We accept most insurance plans, Medicaid, and we offer a sliding fee that goes down to zero.
We never turn away families because they can’t afford to pay for services.


Youth & Family Counseling Substance Use Treatment

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Open Access

To access services walk-in during YES’ open access hours Tuesdays and Thursdays 12-4 p.m. Or call 425-747-4937 to schedule an appointment outside of that time.

Youth & Family Counseling

Our highly trained clinical team specializes in providing age-appropriate mental health services to youth ages birth to 22 and their families.

Substance Use Treatment

Each year, YES helps about 1,500 young people overcome substance abuse and addiction through its integrated substance use treatment and mental health counseling programs.

Ayuda y apoyo para su familia

Youth Eastside Services atiende niños y familias con asesoramiento y programas de abuso de substancias en nuestras oficinas en Bellevue, Redmond y Kirkland, así como en escuelas y casas.

What to expect

What happens when you call us? How are clients and therapists matched? How does payment work? Find out here.

Mental Health First Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid for Youth is an 8-hour course that teaches you how to help youth who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge.

Ways to give

Behind our work are many generous donors. Learn how you can join our community of supporters.

Get involved

Volunteering, donating, attending an event — there are so many ways you can help us help struggling youth and families.

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