The toll free number is 1.877.266.1818.
The priority of this 24/7 crisis line, which is accredited by the American Association of Suicidology, is to provide services for and on behalf of individuals whose health or safety is in danger because of a mental health or substance use condition and may need an assessment by a mental health professional.
It is a crisis situation if you or someone you know:
- Is actively thinking about suicide or other self-harming behavior, or has already acted on these thoughts
- Is having thoughts of harming others
- Is in danger because of a mental health or substance use condition and is in need of an evaluation by a mental health professional for safety planning, which may include an assessment for outpatient or inpatient treatment
- Is unwilling to agree to voluntary help, and is in need of involuntary inpatient psychiatric or substance use disorder treatment
If you are not in crisis and call the crisis line, you will be referred to Eastern Washington 211, a resource line that provides free information about community resources and human services including local support groups.