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Boys and Girls Clubs (Brewster WA)
The Brewster Boys & Girls Club serves over 400 youth in the Greater-Brewster community.  The Club provides meals for over 150 youth daily through the USDA Summer Lunch Program and provides a unique summer camp experience for our area youth.  The Club offers year-round STEM activities, sports & fitness, fine arts and comprehensive academic enrichment through their partnership with the Brewster School District.

Boys and Girls Club (Columbia Basin – Moses Lake)
https://www.bngclub.org/
Provide a fun, safe and constructive environment for kids and teens during out-of-school hours and in the summer.  Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

CAFÉ
https://www.wenatcheecafe.org/
Our non-profit organization continues to work with our vast community in regards to Youth Leadership, Education and Advocacy.

Center of Parent Excellence (COPE) project
https://www.acommonvoice.org/
Phone: 253-537-2145
Provides: A pathway for Washington state parents who are accessing and navigating the children’s behavioral health system to have peer support to ease their journey, whenever possible. Support is provided by A Common Voice, a statewide, family-run nonprofit organization that provides advocacy and support for families whose children have intensive behavioral health needs.
https://www.hca.wa.gov/about-hca/programs-and-initiatives/behavioral-health-and-recovery/center-parent-excellence-cope-project

Dads M.O.V.E.
https://www.dadsmove.org/
Phone: 800-736-0979
Provides: Education, peer support and advocacy

Family Services of Grant County
https://www.familyservicegc.net/
1402 E Craig Blvd Moses Lake, Wa
509-766-9877

FYSPRT (Family Youth System Partner Round Table)
http://www.southeastfysprt.org/home.html
Contact: 509-737-2475 or fysprt@gcbh.org
Provides: A forum to bring families, youth and system partners and community together to strengthen resources by providing community-based approaches to address the behavioral health needs of children, youth and families. All are welcome at FYSPRT meetings, meetings are open to the public and take place on the 2nd Thursday of each month via Zoom.

HopeSource
https://hopesource.us/moses-lake-1
102 E. Third Ave Ste. 108 Moses Lake, Wa 9837
509-925-1448

Moses Lake Youth Dynamics
https://yd.org/
Youth Dynamics reaches youth through relational adventure ministry. Each Youth Dynamics core ministry seeks to create a non-threatening environment where students can meet to have fun while building relationships with adult leaders. Adventures uses adventure-based activities to bring about life-changing learning situations called teachable moments. Stonewater is our 158-acre camp near Leavenworth, WA. It fulfills the mission of Youth Dynamics through adventure trips, leadership development, and retreat ministries. All core ministries strive to meet the same mission and vision.
106 E. Third Ave Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-765-4184

NAMI
What We Do | NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.

Office of Behavioral Health Advocacy (OBHA)
https://www.obhadvocacy.org/
Provides: Free assistance, support and advocacy to any individual who is currently receiving or is in need of access to behavioral health services in Washington state. Input and recommendations to local, regional and statewide entities regarding changes in laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures that will improve behavioral health services, service access, and service delivery and behavioral health-related training for community members, service providers, and other stakeholders.

Office of Education Ombuds
https://www.oeo.wa.gov/en
The WA State Governor’s Office of the Education Ombuds (OEO) is an independent state agency that helps to reduce educational opportunity gaps by supporting families, students, educators and other stakeholders in communities across WA in understanding the K-12 school system and resolving concerns collaboratively. OEO services are free and confidential. Anyone can contact OEO with a question of concern about school.

PAL for Moms (Perinatal Psychiatry Consultation Line)
https://www.mcmh.uw.edu/ppcl
Perinatal PCL is a free, state-funded program providing perinatal mental health consultation, recommendations and referrals for Washington state providers caring for pregnant or postpartum patients.

Partnership Access Line (PAL)
https://www.seattlechildrens.org/healthcare-professionals/access-services/partnership-access-line/
The Partnership Access line (PAL) is a state-funded program providing mental health consultation for questions such as diagnostic clarification, medication adjustment or treatment planning.

PAVE
https://wapave.org/
Phone: 1-800- 572-7368  PAVE provides support, training, information and resources to empower and give voice to individuals, youth and families impacted by disabilities.

PFLAG
https://pflag.org/
Provides: Support, information, and resources to LGBTQA+ people, their parents and families, and allies.

Washington Autism Alliance
https://washingtonautismalliance.org/
Phone: 425-894-7231

Washington State Community Connectors (WSCC)
https://wsccsupport.org/
Phone: 253-251-2952
Provides: Access to education and training, proactive community outreach for workforce development, technical assistance, provides support to families in Washington state who have children with complex emotional needs

Youth outdoors unlimited
https://www.youthoutdoorsu.org/
Youth Outdoors Unlimited is a Washington based non-profit organization dedicated to take youth diagnosed with life threatening illnesses or physical disabilities on the hunting or fishing adventure of their dreams!
Moses Lake,  Wa 98837
509-431-1604

Autism Empowerment
https://www.autismempowerment.org/

Autism Spectrum Disorder Apps (shared by intelligent.com)
Habitica is a task manager to “gamify your life” turning daily tasks and to-dos into quests to level up your avatar to empower reaching daily goals.
MindMeister organizes and prioritizes all your thoughts into an easy-to-see mind map for those that prefer visualizing their plans, processes, and ideas.

National Council on Severe Autism
https://www.ncsautism.org/ 
provides information, advocacy, and support for the Profound Autism population to address the needs of this population and support overwhelmed parents/ families.

Catholic Charities (Chelan & Douglas Counties)
Autism services for children ages 2-5 years old who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder
https://catholiccharitiescw.org/services/counseling-and-behavioral-health/autism-spectrum-disorder-services

Seattle Childrens Autism Center
 https://www.seattlechildrens.org/clinics/autism-center/

University of WA Autism Center
https://depts.washington.edu/uwautism/

Catholic Charities (Chelan & Douglas Counties) Child & family Counseling, individual and group therapy. Accept Medicaid managed care, insurance and a sliding fee for clients who do not have manages care coverage.
https://catholiccharitiescw.org/services/counseling-and-behavioral-health/child-adult-family-counseling

Catholic Charities (Chelan & Douglas Counties) New Journeys First Episode Psychosis Program (PEPP)
The New Journeys Program focuses on providing critically needed early intervention and comprehensive treatment to youth and young adults who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis. A team of coordinated mental health specialists works collaboratively with clients, their families, doctors, teachers, employers, and other significant people in each client’s life. They help clients identify their personal goals and needs for recovery. The goal is for individuals experiencing their first episode of psychosis to return to meaningful activity in their job, school, home, or other areas of life.

WHO DO WE SERVE? Ages 15-40 * Lives in Chelan or Douglas County* Experiencing psychotic symptoms for at least one week and up to two years * Symptoms not known to be caused by a medical condition or drug/alcohol use
https://catholiccharitiescw.org/services/counseling-and-behavioral-health/new-journeys-first-episode-psychosis-fep-program

Children’s long-term inpatient program (CLIP)
http://clipadministration.org/
The Children’s Long-term Inpatient Program (CLIP) is the only publicly funded, long-term inpatient program for youth in Washington State where youth ages 5-17 years old may be voluntarily committed and those from 13-17 years old may be involuntarily committed. Four CLIP inpatient psychiatric facilities have a total of 94 funded beds.

Excelsior Wellness Center
Overview of Services – Excelsior Wellness Center

Office of Behavioral Health Advocacy
https://www.obhadvocacy.org/about-us
Questions/ need help with grievance processes, appeals, administrative hearing processes? OBHA (formerly known as the Behavioral Health Ombuds) has ‘peers with lived experience whose services are free and confidential. Serves as a neutral and confidential intermediary and provides an informal process to support residents in resolving complaints related to behavioral health programs, services, and its certified providers. This interactive map will connect you to your area’s regional contact.”

Psychology Today
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us
Is a site to search verified mental health professionals based on insurance, areas, treatment specialty, and other preferences

Renew: Grant Behavioral Health and Wellness (Grant County)
https://www.grantcountywa.gov/769/Mental-Health

Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe)
https://www.hca.wa.gov/free-or-low-cost-health-care/i-need-behavioral-health-support/wraparound-intensive-services-wise
Wraparound with Intensive Services, or WISe, is an approach to helping children, youth, and their families with intensive mental health care. Services are available in home and community settings and offer a system of care based on the individualized need of the child or youth. WISe is a voluntary service that takes a team approach to support you and your family in meeting your goals.
Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe) | Washington State Health Care Authority

Youth Mental Health Providers
Local Mental Health Providers – Room One

Colville Confederated Tribes Crisis Line:
509-634-2610

Aboriginal Outfitters
Aboriginaloutfitters  To heal Indigenous communities, empower generations through knowledge, nurture land stewardship, and preserve our heritage through storytelling. We are committed to revitalizing cultural connections, fostering wellness, and passing down the wisdom of our ancestors to create a harmonious and resilient future.
Our vision is to establish a stronger and more sustainable connection between our communities, our Earth, and our ancestors. This will be achieved by breaking down generational barriers and ensuring access to essential tools and resources. Our focus is on meaningful ecological initiatives rooted in restoration practices deeply embedded in our culturally rich history.

Being The Village
A supportive environment that offers genuine community and social support for Black mothers.
https://www.beingthevillage.com/

Center for Native American Youth
https://www.cnay.org/resource-hub/

Colville Indian Health Center:
Dental 509-634-2920 – Medical 509-634-2913 – Optometry 509-634-2937
https://www.colvilletribes.com/indian-health-services

Deconstructing the Mental Health System
https://dmhsus.org/
Deconstructing the Mental Health System is a nonprofit founded as a means to bring anti-racist therapists & wellness practitioners together to address the mental health system’s racial and financial inequities, through education and other initiatives, such as our Free Therapy & Wellness Program and a free directory for Therapists & Wellness Professionals who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Color.

Finding a BIPOC Provider
Liberation Healing Seattle
Black Therapists Referrals in Washington State

Lake Roosevelt Community Health Center
Health Clinic | Lake Roosevelt Community Health Centers (lrchc.com)
Inchelium 509-722-7006 or 1-888-881-7684 ext 7006
Lake Roosevelt Community Health Centers (LRCHC), is a tribally owned entity that serves the tribal communities of Inchelium and Keller in Ferry County as well as the surrounding areas off the reservation. These tribally managed Health Centers receive funding as a Title 1, P.L. 93-638 contractor and as a Section 330 Community Health Center, and serve native and non native patients.

Native Resources Hub
https://nativehub.org – Phone line and centralized information center to help native people and their health care providers find resources for food, housing, mental health, utility assistance, connection to community, addiction treatment, legal challenges, employment and support.

OSPI Office of Native Education
https://ospi.k12.wa.us/student-success/resources-subject-area/time-immemorial-tribal-sovereignty-washington-state

San Poil Treatment Center
https://sptc.colvilletribes.com/

Strong Hearts Native Helpline 988 Option 4
StrongHearts Native Helpline | Home (strongheartshelpline.org) The Native and Strong Lifeline isa a suicide, crisis and helpline specifically for American Indian and Alaska Natives. It is fully staffed and operated by other Native people, guaranteeing that when you call a Tribal Crisis Counselor will take your call.

The TREVOR Project
American Indian/Alaskan Native Youth Suicide Risk | The Trevor Project

Wellbriety
https://wellbrietymovement.com/

Crisis services are an integral component of addressing mental illness in communities across the state. The mental health crisis lines listed below are available for all people in Washington regardless of your income or whether you have insurance or not.


For immediate help: call
911 for a life-threatening emergency or
988 for a mental health emergency.

What happens if you call a crisis line?


North Central WA Crisis Line
(Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan Counties)
800-852-2923
the local 24/7 Crisis Line that provides immediate help to individuals, families, and friends of people in emotional crisis


988

Call, text, or chat 988 to be connected to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL).
It will be confidential, free, and available 24/7/365

You can dial 988 if you are having:

  • Thoughts of suicide
  • Mental health crises
  • Substance use concerns
  • Any other kind of emotional distress

You can also dial 988 if you are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support.

Services are available in Spanish, along with interpretation services in over 250 languages.

For people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and TTY users: Use your preferred relay service or dial 711 then 1-800-273-8255.

988 does not replace any crisis call centers in Washington state. It is an addition to the state’s network of crisis center providers. The ten-digit NSPL number, 1-800-273-TALK (8255), is still active along with 988.


Native and Strong 988  – Calls are answered by Native crisis counselors who are tribal members and descendants closely tied to their communities. Counselors are fully trained in crisis intervention and support, with special emphasis on cultural and traditional practices related to healing.
Nation’s first Native and Strong Lifeline Launches as Part of 988 | Washington State Department of Health


211

211 connects people with health and social service organizations. The service includes information & referral and assistance programs for needs such as healthcare, housing, and shelter, utility assistance, food, and childcare.


Homebuilders Crisis Stabilization
http://www.institutefamily.org/

National Runaway Safeline
https://www.1800runaway.org/

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
https://afsp.org/

Suicide Prevention Now
https://suicidepreventionnow.org/

Samaritans Hope
https://samaritanshope.org/

National Poison Help Hotline:
1-800-222-1222
Safe Medication Return’s new website and toll-free number
Secure storage and safe disposal of medication helps reduce overdoses, poisonings, and suicide attempts. Safe Medication Return lets people appropriately dispose of unwanted household over the counter and prescription medications (including medications for household pets).
Call (844) 482-5322 or visit the site for more information or to order mail-back supplies.

Catholic Charities (Chelan and Douglas)
https://catholiccharitiescw.org/services
Mental health professionals are available to provide community-based crisis intervention services 24-hours per day to Chelan and Douglas County residents who are experiencing a mental or emotional crisis. MCI staff are trained mental health professionals and case managers who provide basic supportive therapy, peer counseling, and case management.

Renew: Grant Behavioral Health and Wellness (Grant County)
https://www.grantcountywa.gov/769/Mental-Health

Teen Link

You’re not alone. There is someone that’s willing to listen to you without judgment. Teen Link is a program of Crisis Connections that serves youth in Washington State.
Our teen volunteers are trained to listen to your concerns and talk with you about whatever’s on your mind – bullying, drug and alcohol concerns, relationships, stress, depression, or any other issues you’re facing. No issue is too big or too small! Calls and chats are confidential. Talk it out!
1.866.TeenLink ( 866.833.6546)
www.teenlink.org
Teen Link Flyer

Trans Life Line (all ages)
Peer support, advocacy and micro grant information ‘run by and for trans people.
translifeline.org
Call: 1-877-565-8860, Available: 7am-1am, everyday.

The Trevor Project (Ages 13-25)
Call, text, or chat with us anytime you need support. If you are thinking about suicide, or feeling lonely, we’re here to listen.
Trevor Lifeline Hotline: 1-866-488-7386. 24 hours, 7 days/week
Trevor Text Line: Text “START” to 678678
thetrevorproject.org

Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare (Okanogan County)
https://www.okbhc.org


Crisis Services

Mental health professionals are available to provide community-based crisis intervention services 24-hours per day to Chelan and Douglas County residents who are experiencing a mental or emotional crisis.

Mobile Crisis Intervention
MCI staff are trained mental health professionals and case managers who provide basic supportive therapy, peer counseling, and case management.
Crisis Line
1-509-826-6191
1-866-826-6191 (toll free)

Designated Crisis Responders (DCR’s)
Employ DCRs who respond throughout the community to assess for risk and to determine if an individual can be safely served in an outpatient or voluntary inpatient setting or if they require involuntary hospitalization in order to be stabilized. The DCRs are the only entity with the authority to detain an individual involuntarily and should only be accessed when all other voluntary and collaborative options have been exhausted. When needed, DCRs respond to police or family requests to evaluate individuals who are displaying behaviors that place them or those around them in imminent danger. Evaluations can take place in any community location. DCRs work with area law enforcement to arrange for endangered individuals to be transported to an emergency department for a complete psychiatric evaluation.

  • Chelan Douglas Crisis Team (provided by Catholic Charities serving Central WA) (509) 662 – 6761 Located at 145 S Worthen St, Wenatchee WA
  • Grant County Crisis Team (provided by Grant Integrated Services serving Grant County) (509) 765 – 6761 Located at 840 E Plum St, Moses Lake, WA
  • Okanogan County Crisis Team provided by Okanogan Behavioral Healthcare (509) 826-6191 serving Okanogan County located at 1007 Koala Dr. Omak, WA

Behavioral Health Ombuds
Call: (800) 572 – 4459
Ombuds are people with lived experience in behavioral health who know services well and can help people navigate and resolve problems. Behavioral Health Ombuds services are available throughout the state. Ombuds can assist resolve issues with behavioral health services in both mental health and substance use. Ombuds services are primarily for individuals receiving Medicaid services.

Ombuds can help people resolve:

  • Complaints and grievances — any dissatisfaction with services, written or verbal.
  • Appeals — a reconsideration of denials, reduction or termination of services.
  • Administrative (Fair) Hearings — a formal court procedure when all other avenues have been unsuccessful.

Ombuds services are voluntary. If a person chooses to file a grievance themselves, the Ombuds can direct them to the right process.
An Ombuds can help a person understand how to advocate for themselves effectively, or advocate on their behalf. They can advocate for adequate resolution and assist in setting up meetings and negotiations. The goal is always to resolve issues at the lowest level possible.
In addition to assisting with complaints and grievances, Ombuds are also sources for community resource information and referrals for additional services.

National Center for Suicide Survivors Treatment program for attempt survivors
www.helpforsuicide.org
Julie Rickard, PhD Wenatchee, WA 98801 509-881-4059
Suicide Prevention Coalition of NCW Schedule a Gatekeeper Suicide Prevention Training or join the coalition. by contacting: spcncw@gmail.com

Body Expressions
https://bodyexpressions.org/home/eating-disorders-counseling-of-vancouver/
Provides Binge Eating, Body Shame, Food Addiction, Binge Eating, Weight Shame, Compulsive Overeating, Excessive Exercise, Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Orthorexia
9230 NE Hwy 99 Suite 104
Vancouver, WA 98665
360-726-4141;

Eating Disorder Hope
Find a Washington eating disorder treatment center or clinic that best fits your recovery needs. If you need help for anorexia, bulimia, binge eating or another type of eating disorder, there are likely programs and therapists in Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, Bellevue, Kent, Everett, or Spokane, WA. If an inpatient residential facility is not for you, there may be outpatient, IOP, and PHP options available within your area. If a remote eating disorder treatment option from the comfort of your home is what you are looking for, our directory contains a wide range of virtual solutions. You can search them here.

Eating Recovery Center
Offers voluntary treatment for, Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, Binge Eating Disorder, Compulsive Overeating, Diabulimia, Mood & Anxiety Disorders, Other Specified Feeding & Eating Disorders.

The Eating Disorders Center at EBTCS
Outpatient treatment for Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder
1200 5thAvenue, Suite 800
Seattle, WA 98101
206-309-1009;

The Emily Program Eating Disorder Treatment Center
Outpatient and Day Treatment for Adolescents & Adults.
2020 E 29thAve #200
Spokane, WA 99203
888-364-5977

Ear Community
https://earcommunity.org/
Ear Community is a charitable organization that helps individuals who were born with Microtia and Atresia.  If you need help obtaining a BAHA (bone conduction hearing device) and have been denied by your insurance plan or cannot afford to purchase one, please apply online.

Gift of Hearing Foundation
http://www.giftofhearingfoundation.org/
Working closely with the medical community, the Gift of Hearing Foundation will provide financial support to help a select number of economically disadvantaged patients receive cochlear implants. We will use these selected cases to highlight the gaps in reimbursement for cochlear implants and advocate for change. We can provide financial assistance to those whose insurance coverage will not provide for the cost of CI Implants

Hearing Loss Association of America
https://hearingloss-wa.org/
At the state level, we empower individuals with skills and knowledge, and we create a caring local community to connect people with hearing loss, their family and friends, and hearing health professionals.

Hike Fund, Inc.
https://thehikefund.org/
Provides low-income children from birth up to the age of twenty years with hearing aids and assistive devices. (Supported by Job’s Daughters International)
(352) 688-2579 Voice and Fax
E-mail: ceterrill1@aol.com

Lions Club, How the Affordable Hearing Aid Project Works
https://www.lionsclubs.org/en/discover-our-foundation/mission
Local Lions Clubs work with individuals to determine their eligibility (based on  income) and arrange testing by a partner hearing care professional. The Lions club communicates with Lions AHAP to request and arrange shipping of the hearing aid(s). The selected hearing care professional then ensures proper fit of the aid, and provides follow-up care to make adjustments as needed.

Seattle Children’s Hospital Financial Assistance Program
https://www.seattlechildrens.org/clinics/paying-for-care/financial-assistance/
Seattle Children’s Financial Assistance Program (known as “Charity Care” under state and federal law) is for medically needed services. The program may be able to help even if you have insurance. It is based on family size and income.

Sertoma International
https://www.sertoma.org/
A national organization committed to civil service, Sertoma works with nonprofit organizations, hospitals, and school systems to fund hearing aids and other assistive technology for hearing loss. Contact your local chapter for more information.

Starkey Foundation
https://www.starkeyhearingfoundation.org/
If you or someone you know is struggling with hearing loss and unable to afford hearing aids, call (800)328-8602 or email, and a Hear Now representative will be in touch with you. Some families have also found success by contacting the individual companies who produce the hearing technology and asking if they have financial assistance programs.

WA State Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing
https://www.dshs.wa.gov/altsa/odhh/about-odhh
The Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing encompasses several statewide programs that provide a wide range of services for Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled, Hard of Hearing, Late Deafened and Speech Disabled individuals, their families, and service providers in Washington State. ODHH reviews and advocates for policy reform within Washington State to ensure that the state’s public policies are accessible, appropriate, inclusive and ADA compliant. Program services range from various technologies, trainings, consultations, contract management, information, referrals, and resources with the mission of promoting communication equity.

WA State Hands & Voices
https://wahandsandvoices.org/about-us/  
We are a parent driven organization dedicated to supporting families with children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (DHH) regardless of language or communication mode. We are a network of parents, professionals and DHH individuals.

Chelan/Douglas
https://cdcac.org/food-pantry-schedule/
Schedule for open food banks

East Wenatchee Food Pantry
1127 Grant Rd, East Wenatchee, WA 98802
509-886-0310

Ephrata Food Bank
1010 A St. SE Ephrata, WA 98823
509-754-5772

Grant Coulee Care & Share
Church of the Nazarene 45925 WA -174, Grand Coulee, WA 99133
509-633-2566

Health Pantry
639 S Pioneer Way, Moses Lake, WA 98837
509-765-3671

New Hope (Moses Lake)
https://www.domesticshelters.org/help/wa/moses-lake/98837/new-hope
311 W. Third Ave Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-764-8402

Okanogan County CAC-Food Distribution
37 Lakes Ave, Nespelem, WA 99155
509-634-2769

Okanogan County Food Bank-Food Distribution Center;
101 W 4th Ave, Omak, WA 98841
509-826-1717; https://occac.com/get-help/food-programs

Okanogan Food Pantry
424 2nd Ave. S Okanogan, WA 98840
509-422-4041; Facebook Okanogan Food Pantry

Quincy Community Food Bank
210 1st Ave SE, Quincy, WA 98848

Room One
https://roomone.org/programs/youth-housing-support
315 N Lincoln St., Twisp, WA; 509- 997-2050
Provides wrap around case management, support services, and housing navigation to meet the unique needs of the youth and young adults (12-24) experiencing housing instability in our rural valley.

Serve Wenatchee
Servewenatchee.org
12 Orondo Ave. Wenatchee WA, 98801
509 663-4673 Monday to Thursday

Soap Lake Food Bank
325 Main Ave E, Soap Lake, WA 98851

The Cove-Food Bank-Room One
https://roomone.org/resources/the-cove-food-bank
128 Glover St., Twisp, WA 98856
509-997-0227

WA Youth Housing Resources
https://awayhomewa.org/

Eligibility for Behavioral Health services is often determined by insurance coverage. Many insurance companies have the benefit of behavioral health case management. Behavioral Health case management can assist with locating services for your child or youth.

If you or your youth are Medicaid eligible you should contact your Managed Care Organization (MCO) for care coordination and case management needs. Please call the number on the back of your card for assistance first. If you need additional assistance or don’t have a card, here is the contact information for MCO’s:

Apple Health – Medicaid Insurance Providers:

Premium Payment Program
https://www.ssa.gov/ssi/?gclid=Cj0KCQiA3eGfBhCeARIsACpJNU9z3LZM49aia0JPPL0LKkK0GoLrh25qt_jHI4S8nvuo8Y8CN1RnxtsaAiI0EALw_wcB
Provides: May provide reimbursement for private health insurance coverage for those receiving Apple Health (Medicaid)

When to contact Managed Care Organizations:

  1. When a patient would benefit from case management
  2. A family is interested in CLIP (Children’s Long Term Inpatient Program)
  3. A youth is being recommended for inpatient from the Emergency Department
  4. Consult on complex presentation
  5. Additional resource needs

Commercial Insurance:

  • Aetna Health
  • Anthem Inc.
  • Regence
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)
  • Premera Blue Cross
  • Regence BlueShield
  • TriCare
  • Military OneSource
  • First Choice Health Network
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • United Healthcare
  • Cigna

Developmental Disabilities Administration
Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) | DSHS (wa.gov)
Contact Developmental Disabilities Administration:
Phone: 1 (509) 846-8632 Fax: 1(509) 826-7369
130 Main Street S. Omak, WA 98837

Informing Families
https://informingfamilies.org/topic/dda-services/
Parent to Parent – Washington State (arcwa.org)

ECHO IDD
https://uw-ctu.org/echo/echo-idd-wraparound-impact/

Moses Lake Community Health Center; Parent to Parent Program
https://www.mlchc.org/service/parent-parent
Provides support, information, and education to those who are raising children with disabilities and special health care needs. Moses Lake, Quincy, and Ephrata locations.

My Deaf Therapy
https://www.mydeaftherapy.com/about
utilizes ASL, KODA/CODA, and other languages/ dialects to provide mental health services for individuals and families across hearing, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, neurodiverse and other spectrums.

National Deaf Therapy
https://nationaldeaftherapy.com/
Mental Health American Sign Language Therapy uses ASL “from initial contact to intensive ASL therapy sessions” to center mental health.

Renew, Grant Behavioral Health and Wellness.
https://www.grantcountywa.gov/771/Developmental-Disabilities
Provides educational, residential, habilitative, vocational, service coordination. 840 East Plum, Moses Lake, WA 98837, 509-764-6329.

Wilson Clinical Services
https://wilsonclinical.com/
Specializing in Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf Blind, and Blind mental health services

Chelan Pride
Chelanpride.org
Empowering and connecting NCW LGBTQ+ community and it’s allies toward creating and maintaining a safe, inclusive and equitable environment for all

Children’s Home Society Triple Point NCW
https://www.childrenshomesociety.org/blog/lgbtqyouthnotalonethankstotriplepoint
Triple Point NCW serves LGBTQ+ youth in Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and Okanogan counties. Triple Point NCW provide support in our schools for LGBTQ+ youth and education to LGBTQ+ allies and community members through Anti-Stigma trainings
To Learn More, Sign up for group, or Volunteer Email luz.estrada@chs-wa.org or call 509-607-6547
1014 Walla Walla Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-663-0034

Foundation for Youth Resiliency & Engagement (FYRE)
Foundation for Youth Resiliency and Engagement – FYRE-Home (okfyre.org)
Offers services to ensure underserved youth, ages 12-24, have their needs met in four main areas: 1) education, 2) physical and mental health, 3) basic needs and 4) resiliency programming. This includes providing educational advocacy, supporting young parents, increasing accessibility to whole-person health services, providing referrals and resources to youth experiencing homelessness and those experiencing sexual exploitation, and more.

Heartfelt Mental Health
https://www.heartfeltmh.com/
By and for the LGBTQIA+, polyamorous, & sex positive community.
Heartfelt Mental Health provides tele-med medication management and therapy services.

PFLAG
https://pflag.org/about-us/
PFLAG is the nation’s largest organization dedicated to supporting, educating, and advocating for LGBTQ+ people and those who love them.

Wenatchee Pride
Wenatcheepride.org
Empowering and connecting NCW LGBTQ+ community and it’s allies toward creating and maintaining a safe, inclusive and equitable environment for all.


App-assisted coping strategies

College Planning Guide for Students with Mental Health Disorders

Anxiety:

    • Calm for relaxation, meditation, and sleep.
    • DARE for an evidence-based app to overcome panic attacks, worry, insomnia, and anxiety

Depression:

    • Sanvello for insight on ow to assess your moods, track your health activities, and identify patterns.
    • Youper for a free mental health assessment prior to speaking with a psychiatric provider via video chat to evaluate your next steps. Founded by doctors and therapists.

Eating Disorders:

    • Recovery Record for those recovering from eating disorders that can also be linked up to a treatment team through the companion clinician app.
    • Rise Up + Recover for recording behaviors, emotions, and health for those recovering from eating disorders.

Bipolar:

    • EMoods tracks symptoms relating to bipolar disorder to identify patterns and triggers.

Medication Tracking:


Children’s Home Society Children’s Medicaid Mental Health Services
1014 Walla Walla Ave. Wenatchee, WA 98801
220 Eastmont Ave. Suite B, E. Wenatchee, WA 98802
Wenatchee: 509-663-0034
East Wenatchee: 509-885-9090

Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH) CVCH Walk-In & Medical Clinic
(Sliding Fee Program)
600 Orondo Ave Wenatchee, WA 98801 509-662-6000

The Compassionate Friends
Individual/group support services for grief/loss of a child Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group Carol Sunada – Director; 509-860-3620 www.tcfwenatcheevalley.org

Confluence Health Behavioral Health Children, Adults;
Medicaid & other insurances accepted
Youth: 820 N. Chelan Ave, Wenatchee, WA
Adult: 630 N. Chelan Ave, Suite B7 Wenatchee, WA
509-663-8711

Please note, these services are also provided in Okanogan County.

CVCH Children’s Behavioral Health Children’s Mental Health Services.
By appointment only Medicaid & most other insurances accepted
140 Easy Way Wenatchee, WA 98801 509-662-4296

Moses Lake Youth Dynamics
https://yd.org/
Youth Dynamics reaches youth through relational adventure ministry. Each Youth Dynamics core ministry seeks to create a non-threatening environment where students can meet to have fun while building relationships with adult leaders. Adventures uses adventure-based activities to bring about life-changing learning situations called teachable moments. Stonewater is our 158-acre camp near Leavenworth, WA. It fulfills the mission of Youth Dynamics through adventure trips, leadership development, and retreat ministries. All core ministries strive to meet the same mission and vision.
106 E. Third Ave Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-765-4184

National Deaf Therapy
https://nationaldeaftherapy.com/
Mental Health American Sign Language Therapy uses ASL “from initial contact to intensive ASL therapy sessions” to center mental health.

Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare
https://www.okbhc.org
Provides the following services; Developmental Disabilities, Drug & Alcohol Treatment, Highland Center, Mental Health, Crisis Services, Prevention, Referrals, Supportive Housing (Shove House), Therapeutic Courts, Youth Services, Community Resources
1007 Koala Dr., Omak, WA 98841
509-826-6191

Renew, Grant Behavioral Health & Wellness.
https://www.grantcountywa.gov/769/Mental-Health
Provides individual therapy for children and families, case management, employment referrals, housing assistance, peer support, Wraparound Intensive Services (WISe) (ages 5 to 20), and psychiatric medication management. 840 E Plum Street, Moses Lake, WA 98837, 509-765-9239.

Together for Youth
https://togethercd.org/programs
Provides the following programs; Hope Squad, Love and Logic Classes Crime Victim Advocacy, Drug Awareness and Prevention, Tobacco Awareness and Prevention, Life Skills Training, Second Step and Strengthening Families. 1012 Springwater Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801, 509-662-7201.

Wilson Clinical Services
https://wilsonclinical.com/
Specializing in Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf Blind, and Blind mental health services

Inpatient Mental Health Services for Youth

Inland Northwest Behavioral Health
https://inlandnorthwestbh.com/treatment-services/adolescent-inpatient-treatment
25 bed unit specifically designed for the inpatient behavioral healthcare of teens (ages 13-17) experiencing an emotional or behavioral crisis and may need the safety of 24-hour care by trained psychiatric professionals. An emotional and/or behavioral crisis is often recognized in teens when they express self-harm or feel extreme sadness.
104 West 5th Ave, Spokane, WA 99204
509-992-1888

Sacred Heart Psychiatric Center for Children and Adolescents
https://www.providence.org/locations/wa/sacred-heart-medical-center/psychiatry
101 W 8th Ave, Spokane, WA 99204
509-474-3213

Tamarack Center
https://tamarack.org/
2901 W Elliott Dr, Spokane, WA 99224
800-736-3410

Boys & Girls Club of Columbia Basin (Moses Lake)
https://www.bngclub.org/
425 N. Paxson Drive Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-764-9694

Elevate WA
https://elevatewashington.org/mentoring-opportunities-for-youth-across-washington/
Elevate Washington’s free youth program directory features close to 400 programs in Washington state that offer mentoring for elementary, middle, and high school students as well as young adults.

Foundation for Youth Resiliency & Engagement (FYRE)
Foundation for Youth Resiliency and Engagement – FYRE-Home (okfyre.org)
Offers services to ensure underserved youth, ages 12-24, have their needs met in four main areas:

  • Education
  • physical and mental health
  • basic needs
  • resiliency programming.

This includes providing educational advocacy, supporting young parents, increasing accessibility to whole-person health services, providing referrals and resources to youth experiencing homelessness and those experiencing sexual exploitation, and more.

Moses Lake Youth Dynamics
https://yd.org/
Youth Dynamics reaches youth through relational adventure ministry. Each Youth Dynamics core ministry seeks to create a non-threatening environment where students can meet to have fun while building relationships with adult leaders. Adventures uses adventure-based activities to bring about life-changing learning situations called teachable moments. Stonewater is our 158-acre camp near Leavenworth, WA. It fulfills the mission of Youth Dynamics through adventure trips, leadership development, and retreat ministries. All core ministries strive to meet the same mission and vision.
106 E. Third Ave Moses Lake, Wa 98837  509-765-4184

Room One, Positive Youth Development/Health Program
https://roomone.org/programs/okanogan-healthy-youth
Provides and supports resiliency through complex sex education, healthy relationship classes, leadership programming and advocacy for youth friendly systems. 315 Lincoln St., Twisp, WA 98856, 509-997-2050

Together for Youth
https://togethercd.org/programs
Provides the following programs; Hope Squad, Love and Logic Classes Crime Victim Advocacy, Drug Awareness and Prevention, Tobacco Awareness and Prevention, Life Skills Training, Second Step and Strengthening Families. 1012 Springwater Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801, 509-662-7201.

Youth Outdoors Unlimited
https://www.youthoutdoorsu.org/
Youth Outdoors Unlimited is a Washington based non-profit organization dedicated to take youth diagnosed with life threatening illnesses or physical disabilities on the hunting or fishing adventure of their dreams!
Moses Lake,  WA 98837
509-431-1604

After Pregnancy Coverage
https://www.hca.wa.gov/free-or-low-cost-health-care/i-need-medical-dental-or-vision-care/after-pregnancy-coverage
No cost follow up care including behavioral health services for up to 12 months after your pregnancy ends with Medicaid coverage.

A Mindful State
https://amindfulstate.org/personal-stories/
REAL stories in REAL TIME from personal perspectives of navigating struggles.

Being The Village
https://www.beingthevillage.com/
A supportive environment that offers genuine community and social support for Black mothers.

Boys & Girls Club of Columbia Basin (Moses Lake)
https://www.bngclub.org/
425 N. Paxson Drive
Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-764-9694

The Center of Parent Excellence (COPE) project
The COPE project is intended to provide a pathway for Washington State parents who are accessing and navigating the children’s behavioral health system to have peer support to ease their journey, whenever possible. Support is provided by A Common Voice, a statewide, family-run nonprofit organization that provides advocacy and support for families whose children have intensive behavioral health needs.

Chelan-Douglas Child Services Association – ECLIPSE – Early Intervention
https://www.dcyf.wa.gov/services/early-learning-providers/eceap/eclipse
ECLIPSE services are trauma-informed, center-based, intervention and treatment services for families and their young children age Birth to 5 who have experienced substantial stress and/or complex trauma. ECLIPSE services include therapeutic interventions at the child, family, and teacher/classroom environmental levels provided by a licensed mental health professional who has Infant Mental Health (IMH) knowledge, skills, and experience. These services are available to young children and families who interact with multiple systems, including the Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) child welfare. Children and families that have or are interacting with the DCYF child welfare system are categorically eligible for ECLIPSE services through their enrollment in the Early ECEAP/ECEAP program.

Crossroads Pregnancy Resource
https://www.pregnancywa.org/
1555 Pilgrim St, Ste. C
Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-765-4425

Dads M.O.V.E
Dads M.O.V.E. seeks to provide every parent/caregiver (especially dads) with the tools, support, and training needed to be fully engaged in the recovery of their children.
Website: www.dadsmove.org
Podcast: Apple SpotifyAnchor FM

Family Law Facilitator
Okanogan County, WA
Provides assistance with family law office matters in Superior Court to those who are not represented by an attorney. Information, but not legal advice, is available on divorce/dissolution cases, child custody, non-parental custody, child support, paternity, domestic violence, contempt, and the modification of court orders. Offers co-parenting classes.
Contact Family Law Facilitator:
Phone: 1 (509) 422-7132 Fax: 1 (509) 422- 7133
149 3rd Ave. N.
Okanogan, WA 98840-0112

Family Reconciliation Services
Family Reconciliation Services (FRS) | Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families
Family Reconciliation Services (FRS) is a voluntary program serving runaway adolescents, and youth in conflict with their families. The program targets adolescents between the ages of 12 through 17. FRS services are meant to resolve crisis situations and prevent unnecessary out of home placement. They are not long term services. The services will assess and stabilize the family’s situation. The goal is to return the family to a pre-crisis state and to work with the family to identify alternative methods of handling similar conflicts. If longer-term service needs are identified, FRS will help facilitate getting the youth and his/her family into on-going services.

Family Services of Grant County
https://www.familyservicegc.net/
1402 E Craig Blvd
Moses Lake, Wa
509-766-9877

Family Voluntary Services (FVS)
https://www.dcyf.wa.gov/services
Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF). Program which allows parents and guardians to engage voluntarily in services that improve their protective capacities to meet the safety, health and well-being needs of children and youth.

Foundation for Youth Resiliency & Engagement (FYRE)
Foundation for Youth Resiliency and Engagement – FYRE-Home (okfyre.org)
Offers services to ensure underserved youth, ages 12-24, have their needs met in four main areas: 1) education, 2) physical and mental health, 3) basic needs and 4) resiliency programming. This includes providing educational advocacy, supporting young parents, increasing accessibility to whole-person health services, providing referrals and resources to youth experiencing homelessness and those experiencing sexual exploitation, and more.

Grieving Children
Ways to provide emotional support to children grieving losing a loved one – Mesothelioma Hope shares online resources here for everyone- physical ailment or otherwise!

Methow Valley Mental Health Providers
Local Mental Health Providers – Room One

NAMI Chelan Douglas
http://namicd.org/

NAMI of WA
https://www.namiwa.org/ncwa

New Hope (Moses Lake)
https://www.domesticshelters.org/help/wa/moses-lake/98837/new-hope
311 W. Third Ave Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-764-8402

NPR presents:
A step-by-step guide to finding a therapist
This article features considerations, pathways to finding a provider, types of therapy, and finding a good fit.

Washington Partnership Access Line
https://www.seattlechildrens.org/healthcare-professionals/access-services/partnership-access-line/wa-pal/

Okanogan County Community Coalition – Parenting Wisely
https://www.okcommunity.org/

PAL FOR SCHOOLS
https://www.seattlechildrens.org/healthcare-professionals/access-services/partnership-access-line/pal-for-schools/
PAL partners with the Washington Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens listed above to support “primary care providers (doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants) with questions about mental health care such as diagnostic clarification, medication adjustment, or treatment planning. Child and adolescent psychiatrists are available to consult during business hours.

How to use the PAL line: Call 866-599-7257 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Like the PAL line above, school staff and students are connected to psychologists and psychiatrists at Seattle Children’s and the University of Washington.

How to connect to PAL for Schools: email PAL4Schools@seattlechildrens.org

PAL for Moms
Like the PAL lines above, PAL for Moms is a perinatal psychiatry consult line that provides perinatal mental health consultation, recommendations and referrals for Washington state providers caring for pregnant or postpartum patients.
How to connect to PAL for Moms: Call 877-725-4666 (PAL4MOM), available weekdays 9am – 5pm.

Room One
Support Groups – Room One
Room One staff is certified in both the Circle of Security Parenting™ and Positive Discipline programs. Parenting support group runs twice a year. Dinner and childcare are provided at no cost.

The Circle of Security Parenting™ program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened. This is an attachment based program focusing on how to foster and nurture a secure attachment between you and your child, while giving a roadmap to parents that will help guide them through the hard moments with their children.

Contact Sarah Washam at sarahw@roomone.org for more information.

Together for Youth
https://togethercd.org/programs
Provides the following programs; Hope Squad, Love and Logic Classes Crime Victim Advocacy, Drug Awareness and Prevention, Tobacco Awareness and Prevention, Life Skills Training, Second Step and Strengthening Families. 1012 Springwater Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801, 509-662-7201.

Washington State Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens
How to Use the Mental Health Referral Service
Call 833-303-5437 Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Or, complete an online request.

What can families expect?

  • First, you have a telephone call (15–20 minutes) with a Referral Specialist to chat about what type of mental health services your child/teen needs.
  • Next, the Referral Specialist will research mental health providers in your area to find at least 2 providers that meet your family’s needs.
  • After matches are found, a referral specialist will call and email the information to you to coach how to access a provider in real-time.
  • A few weeks after providing the referrals, the referral specialist will check if the matches were a good fit and an appointment was scheduled. At this time, we will address any barriers you experienced and match you to another provider as needed.
  • Our service works closely with Primary Care Providers throughout WA State and faxes the referral matches to your PCP for care coordination. For families with Apple Health insurance, referral matches are sent to Apple Health case managers to provide additional care support.

Youth outdoors unlimited
https://www.youthoutdoorsu.org/
Youth Outdoors Unlimited is a Washington based non-profit organization dedicated to take youth diagnosed with life threatening illnesses or physical disabilities on the hunting or fishing adventure of their dreams!
Moses Lake,  Wa 98837
509-431-1604

Crossroads Pregnancy Resource
https://www.pregnancywa.org/
1555 Pilgrim St, Ste. C
Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-765-4425

New Hope (Moses Lake)
https://www.domesticshelters.org/help/wa/moses-lake/98837/new-hope
If you or someone you know is the victim of sexual assault in Washington State, use our Program Directory to help you to locate resources and support.
311 W. Third Ave Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-764-8402

Room One
Teen Sexual Assault – Room One
Provides support and resources around sexual assault response and recovery.
315 N Lincoln St., Twisp, WA; 509- 997-2050.

Safety Advocacy Growth Empowerment (SAGE)
https://www.sageadvocacycenter.org
Domestic & Sexual Violence Counseling, Emergency Shelter, Crime Victims Program
710 N Chelan Ave Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-663-7446 (24 Hour Crisis Line)
509-669-9652 (Teen Text Hot Line)

The Support Center
The Support Center – Services
Resource for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes.
619 2nd Ave S. Okanogan, WA 98840
509-826-3221

The Center for Drug & Alcohol Treatment Detox; Drug/Alcohol & Co-Occurring Treatment
https://recovery.org/providers/the-center-for-alcohol-drug-treatment-1135190308/
Medicaid & other insurances accepted Walk-ins accepted
327 Okanogan Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-662-9673

The Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations
https://healinglodge.org/
The Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations (The Healing Lodge) is a 45-bed adolescent residential chemical dependency treatment center in Spokane Valley, Washington. We serve males and females ages 13-17 through our 90 to 120 day intensive inpatient treatment programs that are designed around individual youth’s needs. Although our primary focus is on the Native American population, our services are open to all adolescents.  Available to youth throughout Washington State.

Learn About Cannabis
https://www.learnaboutcannabiswa.org/parents/
This page contains information about cannabis that can be useful for parents, guardians, and influential adults in the lives of adolescents and young adults. Learn more about what cannabis products are out there, data on youth use, the effects of cannabis on the developing brain, and how parents and adults can have a positive impact on the youth in their lives.

Moses Lake Community Coalition
840 E. Plum St Moses Lake, Wa 98837
509-765-9239
Moses Lake Community Coalition is a group of volunteers focused on preventing youth substance use. It is our goal to educate and empower youth and families and develop a strong network of dedicated community members to join us in our efforts. We envision a healthy, vibrant community that is free from substance use. For long-lasting change, it takes a community.

Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare (OBHC)
https://www.okbhc.org
Provides Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Evaluations, Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient Services, Relapse Prevention/Aftercare, Alcohol/Drug Information School, Community Education and Bilingual Services.
1007 Koala Ave, Omak, WA 98841
509-826-6191

Renew, Grant Behavioral Health & Wellness
https://www.grantcountywa.gov/761/Renew
Provides Substance Use Disorder Services; Evaluations, Alcohol & Drug Information School (ADIS), Care Coordination, Counseling, Individual & Group Intensive Services, Inpatient referral, Community-based Prevention.
Please note, these services are also provided in several locations through Grant County
35 C St. NW, Ephrata, WA 98823
509-754-2011

StopOverdose.org
https://stopoverdose.org/getting-help/support-for-families/
Stopoverdose.org is a project of the Center for Community-Engaged Drug Education, Epidemiology, and Research (CEDEER) at the University of Washington Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute (ADAI). CEDEER offers education and technical assistance for individuals, professionals, and communities in Washington State who want to learn to prevent and respond to overdose, and improve the health of people who use drugs.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
https://www.samhsa.gov/
Provides 24-hour free and confidential treatment referral and information about mental/health and/or substance use disorders, prevention and recovery in English and Spanish 365 days a year. Hotline 1-800-662-4357

Together for Youth.  Provides the following programs; Hope Squad, Love and Logic Classes Crime Victim Advocacy, Drug Awareness and Prevention, Tobacco Awareness and Prevention, Life Skills Training, Second Step and Strengthening Families. 1012 Springwater Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801, 509-662-7201. https://togethercd.org/programs

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