From social services to educational advocacy and family and community support, we’ve collected a vast network of resources for parents and caregivers in Washington state who are seeking help for their children with complex mental and behavioral health needs, including those with substance use disorders or educational and judicial needs.

If your organization supports integrated behavioral health matters in Washington state and would like to be listed here, please contact us.

Social Services

Mental Health Services in Washington State 

 **From the main page there are links to what is available in every area of our state**

Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA)

WA State Department of Social and Health Services

  • Food, Cash and Medical
  • Housing Assistance
  • Office Locator
  • Child Support
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Adult Care
  • Mental Health and Addiction Services
  • Disability Support

Children’s Administration –

Kinship Care –

Medicaid –

Apple Health Manage Care Service Area Map –

WISe – Wraparound with Intensive Services

FYSPRT – Family Youth System Partner Roundtable

CLIP – Children’s Long Term Inpatient Program


PAVE – Partnerships for Action, Voices for Empowerment

OSPI –  WA Office of Superintendent of Public Instructions

Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Advocacy

Family Support

A Common Voice – Serving Pierce County   (no current website)

Guided Pathways – Serving King County

Open Doors for Multicultural Families – Serving King County

Family Alliance for Mental Health – Serving Thurston and Mason Counties

Passages – Serving Spokane

Dad’s Move – Statewide

Washington State Fathers Network – Statewide

Washington Autism Alliance – Statewide

The Arc of Washington State – Statewide

Parent Trust for Washington Children – Statewide

FEAT – Families for Effective Autism Treatment

YBHA-WA – Youth Behavioral Health Advocates – Statewide

Mothers of the Mentally Ill (MOMI) – Legislative Advocacy

NW PANDAS/PANS Network – Statewide

Community Support

Jordan Binion Project – Statewide

WA State Ombudsman Resources –

211 Washington

Peer-Run Organizations

Consumer Voices are Born (CVAB) – Vancouver

Peer Seattle –

Peer Spokane –

Power Source – Tacoma

United Peers of Washington (UP of WA)

Youth Supports

Friends of Youth – Serves King County

Youth Care – Serves King County

Community Passages is a Seattle-based nonprofit founded in 2017 with a vision for zero youth incarceration.             

Choose 180 – Serves King County

The Healthy Transitions Project – Improving life trajectories for youth and young adults with serious mental disorders

Crisis Supports

For Mental Health Crisis – Text “Home” to 1741741

24 Hour Regional Crisis Line – 1-877-266-1818

Suicide Prevention Hotline – 1-800-272-8255

Trevor Lifeline – 1-866-488-7386 or Text 678687

Veteran’s Crisis Hotline – 1-800-273-8255 or Text 838255