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Make Mental Health a Priority - It's Ok to reach out for help!

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24/7: Crisis Clinic of Thurston & Mason Counties

The Teen/Youth Help Line is a 24/7, free, completely confidential and totally anonymous phone line that you can call to talk about anything. As an example, youth call to talk about peer pressure, trouble at home, drug abuse, stress, bullying, depression, suicidal thoughts, problems in relationships and others. Are you having a bad day? The trained youth and adult volunteers at The Crisis Clinic are here to listen 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No Crisis is too Small to Make a Call!

  • Call the Youth Helpline: 360-586-2777
  • OR Text "hello" to 741741

Adults can also call the main Crisis Clinic Helpline at 360-586-2800

24/7: 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

If you or someone you know needs support for mental health related distress, call or text 988 or chat, 988 connects you with a trained crisis counselor who can help, no matter where you live.

Your School Counselor is here to help!

Ask any school staff member if you need help getting connected to your school counselor. They have a variety of resources available to help and want to help our students be happy, healthy, and successful in school.

Military Family? Check in with your MFLC

NTPS Military and Family Life Counselors (MFLC) offer free and confidential individual and group support for military families. Services can be scheduled by phone, video, or in person. Visit our Military Family Support page for more info >>

Washington Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Resources

To support schools and school districts in providing informative resources to their families, OSPI subject-matter experts have partnered to create a series of fact sheets about subjects concerning safety at home and in school. Each fact sheet contains data from reputable sources, action items for families, conversation starters, and links to additional resources.

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