• Community Resources 

     

     

    ALCOHOL/TOBACCO/OTHER DRUGS

     

    Al-Anon / Alateen(360) 280-0242 

    The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics. Alateen is for young people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. Contact Tom at the listed number for more information. 

     

    Providence Chemical Dependency Center1-800-332-0465

    Substance Use Disorder and Problem Gambling assessment, outpatient and education for adolescents and adults. Tobacco Cessation education and outreach. Interpreter services available.   

     

    True North:  (360) 464-6867

    Behavioral health services including prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support for students with substance abuse and mental health conditions. Screening, assessment, individual and group counseling and case management. Interpreter services available. 

     

    GRIEF AND SELF-CARE

    • National Suicide Hotline: (800) 273-8255
    • NAMI: (800) 950-NAMI (6264)
    • Mental Health America: (800) 273-TALK (8255), text MHA to 741741
    • SAMHSA’s National Helpline: Referral and information – (800) 662-HELP (4357)
    • SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline: (800) 985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746
    • Wild Grief: (360) 358-3213

     

    PERSONAL/SOCIAL

    Teen Link:  Is a branch of the state's Crisis Clinic specifically for teens to call and talk to another trained teen about what is going on in their life and find local resources.  The lines are open every night from 6pm to 10pm (even holidays). Their phone number is 866-teenlink.  

    Crisis Clinic:  Is a non-profit organization in Mason and Thurston counties that offers resources and support to community members.  The telephone service provides immediate confidential assistance to those in emotional distress and in need of help.  Their number is (360) 586-2800.

    Youth Help Line:  The Mason & Thurston counties Crisis Clinic has a help line specifically to youth who are in emotional distress or in need of immediate help.  Their number is (360) 586-2777.  

    Teens Health:  Provides health and wellness information for teenagers.  All the information is strictly educational and does not provide any medical advice. 

    The Trevor Project:  Is a national crisis and suicide prevention helpline for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.  The helpline is a free and confidential service that offers help and someone to talk to 24/7.  Trained counselors listen and understand without judgment. 866-4-U-Trevor. 

    Stonewall Youth: GLBTQIA?  Support and social--Text or Call (text preferred) (360) 888-4273

    Self Injury Outreach and Support:  Resources for someone who currently self-injures, has recovered from self-injury, or wants to help someone who self-injures.  Includes information for families, partners, friends, educators and mental health professionals. 

    Parent Help 123This site finds services and programs in Washington State for food, health clinics, medical/health care resources, housing and utilities, and much more.  Low Cost Internet Offerings - Comcast and Century Link offer low cost internet for income eligible families.  

    Sound Care Kids:  Support program designed for children who have experienced the recent loss of a loved one. Groups meet four times per year for six-week sessions.

     

    COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICES PROGRAMS  

    Transitional Age Youth: (TAY) (360) 918-7860 

    Is a program for youth age 15-24 that may need more support in their transition to independence. This program focuses on young people who want support with challenges they face such as: anxiety, mood, self-harm, feeling suicidal, trauma, conflict in relationships, behaviors, running away, and substance abuse.

     

    Multisystemic Therapy: (MST) (360) 918-7860

    Is available to families when and where the support is needed, and lasts 3 to 5 months. Intensive home-based counseling for families whose adolescents are experiencing conflicts at home, problems at school, delinquency, problems with substance abuse and mental health. 

     

    Rosie’s Place Youth Drop In Center: (360) 943-0780 ext. 186

    Rosie’s Place is open to people ages 12-24. We are a safe place to come get food, hang out, grab hygiene supplies, talk with youth advocates, use our computers, check email, play games, join in workshops and activities, and chill-out in a comfortable, friendly, safe youth space.

    520 Pear St. SE Olympia, WA 98501
    Corner of Pear & Legion
    (One block behind Jack-in-the-Box)

     

    Young Adult Housing: (360) 918-7845

    The Young Adult Housing Program is a comprehensive program for young adults and families in Thurston County, Washington State, ages 18-24, who are homeless, living in unsafe situations, exiting an institution or have been in the state foster care system. Our role is to provide safe and stable housing for young adults and families who are facing challenges, along with support, advocacy and guidance in helping them achieve their goals.

     

    Haven House:  24-hour line (360) 754-1151

    Crisis intervention, family mediation, counseling, case management, information and referrals for youth and families. Shelter and family reconciliation for runaways, homeless youth, and youth in conflict with their parent(s). Interpreter services available. ( Youth ages 17 and under)

     

    Family Support Center:  (360) 754-9297

    Community Resource connection, family justice center, homeless supports and shelter connection, parent and child education.  24-hour emergency shelter 360-628-7343

     

    CIELO:  Promotes community, self-sufficiency, and leadership of Latinxs in the South Puget Sound area with educational and mental health services, and social and cultural activities.

    Nisqually Indian Tribe People of the River, People of the grass.

     

    ADDITIONAL SERVICES

    Community Resources Directory

    Family, Youth & Resource Center

    Homeless Assistance / McKinney-Vento

    Thurston County food Bank List of drive through locations for free food.

    Catholic Community Services:  (360) 480-5721 Crisis response and counseling services    

    SafePlace: (360) 754-6300 Olympia’s 24-hour domestic violence crisis line at or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE)

     

    ***SPECIAL NOTE:  If you need help due to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or trafficking, please call our office at 360-754-9297 for assistance M-F from 9am-5pm

     

     

Last Modified on October 19, 2020