2022 Annual Report
Chief Executive Officer
a note from our CEO
I am pleased to share our 2022 annual report and reflect on our staff and volunteers' incredible impact in supporting those in crisis - and preventing a crisis - across Washington State.
The services and programs of Crisis Connections were needed more than ever in 2022. The last few years have had, and continue to have, a profound effect on our community’s mental health, with increasing numbers of people experiencing anxiety, depression, loneliness, addiction, and disillusionment. More and more adults and youth who reached out to us for support shared their stories of extreme financial instability, fear of losing their housing, and increased struggle to keep up with rising costs. In a time where immediate compassionate and skilled care is not always available, Crisis Connections stepped up in a big way.
Who We Are
With feedback from 70+ volunteers and staff, we recently updated our mission statement and values.
These strategic initiatives - guided by our mission and values - will shape our work for the next few years.
Even more people can find help whenever they need it if more of us join in, however we can.
I am Crisis Connections
Share Your Words of Affirmation
Your story of hope, help or healing may provide abundant inspiration to someone working through any crisis. Whether it's a kind word, or your testimony, your contribution will be shared with our community.
2022 By the Numbers
Thank you to our contributors. Each person and organization plays a vital part in helping us ensure no one faces a crisis alone.
Help bring better mental health to our community
Your lived experience, compassion and care can save lives.
Keep hope, help and healing on the line
Every contribution, no matter how big or small, makes an impact.
Total Revenue $14.33m
Government Grants 74%
Other Contracts & Grants 21%
Program Services Fees 1%
Interest/Rewards Income <1%
Total Expenses $14.19m
Crisis Connections in the News
Helping teens in the Seattle area through loneliness, stress and more
The Seattle Times, February 2022
Can peer mental health programs bridge access gaps for youth? Experts say it's complicated.
The Seattle Times, June 2022