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You are not alone.
No matter what you're going through,
we'll help you get through it.

Each year, more than 500,000 people turn to us for help when they need it most. 

If you or someone you know wants to discuss any mental health, substance use, or emotional concern—or needs assistance with basic needs like food or housing—we can help.

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March 1-4, 2024

2022 Impact

668,229 
people called us for help when they needed it most.

We answered.

About Us

Since 1964, Crisis Connections has been a trusted nonprofit serving Seattle, King County, and Washington State. Our mission is to foster resilience and well-being for all by connecting people to accessible and compassionate support. Besides our helplines, we support survivors of suicide, provide community outreach, and offer youth suicide prevention education. Our phone lines support more than 150 languages. This is all possible thanks to 250 staff, 450 volunteers, dozens of community partners, and thousands of donors and advocates.

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Find resources for yourself
or others using 211Community Resources Online.
Search for more than 5,000 services and
1,500 agencies by resource category.


My experience as a volunteer has made me feel

more connected to my community.
It's been humanizing.

   Crisis Connections Volunteer

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INTERNATIONAL REG
Crisis Connections is proud to be accredited by the International Council for Helplines for the following services, Crisis Helpline, Online Emotional Support, Substance Abuse Helpline, and Teen Helpline.

Concerned about COVID-19?

If you are experiencing crisis, need resources, or are struggling with other challenges, we are still open and here for you.

If you are in King County and believe you were exposed to a confirmed case of coronavirus, or if you're a healthcare provider, please call: 206-477-3977. If you have general questions about WA State's response, please call 800-525-0127. If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911. Learn more below.

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