Suicide Prevention

Community Resources

If there is an immediate danger call 911. For other situations, we have compiled a list of some local resources in our community. Get the help you need, when you need it most. Support is available 24/7. Call. Text. Chat.

Snohomish County Behavioral Health Resources


Each season of the year brings different opportunities and challenges. Changes in seasonal routines can create stress and anxiety. We each play a key role in looking out for one another, so here are some reminders and resources to help families and community members:

  • You Matter
    • Get involved in volunteering or a new sport, hobby or club
    • Stay connected to friends and family
    • Find someone that you trust and feel comfortable talking to
    • Have a plan for when you need help or feel alone
  • Friends Matter
    • Check in with your friends to see how they’re doing
    • Be there to listen and show support
    • Talk openly about one another’s feelings and concerns
    • Seek immediate help if you are concerned for their safe
  • Families Matter
    • Offer a safe place to share feelings and worries
    • Find support from your provider or other crisis resources
    • Remove access to weapons and other means of doing harm
  • Communities Matter
    • Listen and show interest in the youth in your community
    • Look for signs someone is in crisis and act on them
    • Be aware of local resources available to help