Where to Get Mental Health Services in Washington State

Last updated on May 30th, 2024 at 07:34 pm

Unsure of where to find support for your mental health needs? Here is a semi-comprehensive list of where you can receive mental health care in Washington State.

State-Wide Mental Health Resources

  • Washington 211: a free, confidential community service that connects you to local services, including mental health crisis intervention services. Washington 211 can also help with utility assistance, food, housing, health, child care, after-school programs, elder care, other types of crisis intervention, and much more.
  • Washington Recovery Helpline: This helpline provides 24-hour help for substance use challenges, problem gambling, and emotional and mental health challenges.
  • Washington State Health Care Authority: Provides funding and oversight for mental health services for people enrolled in Apple Health (Medicaid).
  • Medicaid: a government health insurance program available to people with very limited income and resources. Medicaid can pay for many mental health services.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness- Washington: This alliance offers support groups, programming for communities, and more.

Outpatient Mental Health Service Clinics

Outpatient mental health service clinics offer a wide variety of care options for patients. If your mental health does not require inpatient care (which involves spending days or weeks at a treatment facility), you are likely a good fit for outpatient care. If you do require inpatient care, the professionals at your local outpatient clinic should be able to refer you to a good provider.

It’s common for outpatient mental health care clinics to offer services like counseling, group therapy, psychiatry, and home care. If you, your loved one, or a health professional believes you could benefit from these services, an outpatient clinic is a good place to start looking.

Here are some of the major mental health service clinics in Washington State, organized by region and county:

Northwest Washington

Mental Health Services

Clallam County

Island County

Jefferson County

King County

Kitsap County

Mason County

Pierce County

San Juan County

Skagit County

Snohomish County

Thurston County

Whatcom County

Southwest Washington

Mental Health Services

Clark County

Cowlitz County

Grays Harbor County

Klickitat County

Lewis County

Pacific County

Skamania County

Wahkiakum County

Yakima County

Central Washington

Mental Health Services

Chelan County

Douglas County

Grant County

Kittitas County

Okanogan County

Eastern Washington

Mental Health Services

Adams County

Asotin County

Benton County

Columbia County

Ferry County

Franklin County

Garfield County

Lincoln County

Pend Orielle County

Spokane County

Stevens County

Walla Walla County

Whitman County

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Sunrise provides mental health services for Washington State residents at a variety of income levels. Contact Sunrise today for more information and assistance.

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