Counseling Resources

  • Children may have a range of emotions during this pandemic. If your child is showing unusual behavioral patterns or experiencing an increase in the following behaviors, professional help may be needed:

    • Nightmares
    • Anger outbursts or aggressiveness
    • Worrying or anxiety
    • Self-harm comments or behaviors

    Most mental health providers will provide online or telephone support during this time. Although, one-on-one meetings with a provider may be an option.

    Crisis Resources

    Suicide Prevention

    • Most people can relate to a time when they felt alone. We may have just needed a reminder. I see you. I care. To help those in crisis and considering suicide, we recommend using LEARN®. We need everyone to play a role in suicide prevention. Most suicides are preventable. Together, we can save lives. To learn more, go to

      • Youth Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK OR 1-800-273-8255  
      • GLBTQ hotline-1-866-4TREVOR OR 1-866-488- 7386 
      • 24 hour Crisis Line -1-866-4CRISIS OR 1-866-427-4747

      Preventing Youth Suicide: Tips for Parents and Educators

      Grief and Loss

      Bridges: Center for Grieving Children currently offering support to children, teens and families who have experienced the death of a parent or sibling. Please call 253-403-1966.

Help Prevent Suicide

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Suicide Prevention for Parents/Caregivers