Resources & Links for Students and Parents
See links below for various community resources and websites. Please call the counseling center or email us if you would like to set up a time to meet with a counselor about resources or student needs.
If you think you or someone else are in need of immediate help, call 911 and/or go to the Emergency Room (ER). More information about going to the ER when you/your child can not keep themselves safe: Taking a child to the emergency room
If you are in crisis, need advice or need to talk, call the Crisis Line 425-258-4357 or 1-800-584-3578. You can also chat online. You can text "listen" to 741741 and a trained professional will text you back.
College Bound Scholarship Information
Think you can’t afford college? Think again. If you’re in 7th grade and you’re ready to work hard in school, keep your grades up and stay out of trouble until you graduate, you may be eligible for a four year College Bound Scholarship (income-based).
Go to the College Bound Website: www.wsac.wa.gov/college-bound
Local Mental Health Providers
- Providers & Resources List (PDF)
- Psychology Today - find a therapist
- VOA - Local Behavioral Health Services
- Changes Parent Support Network
- Cocoon House, Project Safe
- College of Hope Parent Classes
- NAMI Family Support Groups
- Parent to Parent Support Program
- Snohomish County At Risk Youth Information
- Child Protective Services
- Department of Children and Family Services
- Dawson Place - Child Advocacy Center
- Is this abuse? (Love is Respect)Snohomish County Domestic Violence Services
Military Family Resources
- Home Base Program: www.homebaseprogram.org
- Resources for Military and Veteran Families: www.mghpact.org/for-parents/other-resources/for-military-and-veteran-families
- National Resource Directory: www.nrd.gov
- Is this abuse? (Love is Respect)
- Child Advocacy Center, Dawson Place: www.dawsonplace.org
- Snohomish County Domestic Violence Services
- Department of Children and Family Services: http://www.dshs.wa.gov/
- Child Protective Services: www.dshs.wa.gov/endharm.shtml (866) END-HARM
- Self Injury (Cornell)
- Info for Parents (Cornell)
- Self Injury Outreach/Support
- Safe Alternatives Parent Webinar
- Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide - Information for Parents and Teens
- Video: How Parents Can Help Prevent Suicide
Military Family Resources
Developmental Disabilities Resources
- Division of Developmental Disabilities
To apply for DD Services please request an application from your local office.
Also, check out ITunes or Google Play for Apps. Search ‘Mental Health’ ‘Coping Tools’ ‘Suicide Prevention’ etc. Make sure to analyze who developed these apps and use critical thinking skills when picking out apps to look at. Many of these can be very helpful but remember they don’t substitute for seeking help from a doctor, mental health counselor or substance abuse counselor.