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(7 days ago) Cambia Health Solutions and its regional health plans – serving members across Idaho, Oregon, Utah and Washington – are making philanthropic donations totaling more than $11.5 million to help meet the urgent mental and behavioral health needs intensified by COVID-19 in local rural communities.
MEDICAL SEATT LE
(3 days ago) Washington Apple Health provides medical benefits for persons below 138% of the Federal Poverty Level not eligible for Medicare. Call the WA Health Plan F i n d e r a t 8 5 5 . 9 2 3 . 4 6 3 3 o r v i s i t www.wahealthplanfinder.org to sign up. Programs listed in this brochure bill Apple Health unless oth-erwise indicated. DENTAL
CCN Health Advisory: Death Cap Mushrooms
(7 days ago) Via Public Health: Dear Community Partners, A mushroom commonly known as a “death cap” mushroom has been spreading throughout western Washington in the wild, local parks, and backyards. It is highly toxic and if eaten, can lead to death or…Read more →
Novel Coronavirus > Crisis Connections
(2 days ago) The Washington State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public. Washington 211 is operating the State COVID-19 help line during the Coronavirus outbreak. Normal 2-1-1 services are available but wait times have increased. If you need immediate assistance in finding services please visit www.wa211.org and use the resource…
Video Informational Page > Crisis Connections
(2 days ago) If you have struggled with mental health issues, substance use, self-injury, stress overload, suicide, and/or you have just felt unheard by a parent or adult, your story matters! We want to change the narrative, hear your side, and teach parents and other adults how to be more supportive.
News > Crisis Connections
(9 days ago) Mental Health Hotline Helps Washingtonians Find the Emotional Support they Need. King 5: New Day America, July 2020. Washington Listens' lending an ear during COVID-19 pandemic. Q13, July 2020. Helping in the Toughest Times. Kiro 7, May 2020. Amid Covid-19 Calls and Texts to Mental Health Helplines are Surging.
Free Live Concerts in Low-Income Communities
(9 days ago) The Home Tour is partnering with the Low Income Housing Institute and Vulcan Inc. to bring live concerts to residents of LIHI housing developments in several Seattle neighborhoods between August 15 and August 18, 2014. The Home Tour will also perform live at Solid Ground’s Sandpoint and Brettler Family Apartments on August 14, with support from the The CoHo Team of Windermere Agents.
Emergency Services Brochures > Resources > Get Help
(2 days ago) Seattle Health Services, October 2021. Reentry Assistance. This packet lists agencies throughout King County that have programs that work with, or specifically will accept, individuals with a history of incarceration. The packet includes resources for housing, employment, and chemical dependency, as well as other support services.
Continuing Education > Crisis Connections
(8 days ago) Meets state requirements for social workers, mental health professionals, nurses, marriage and family therapists, naturopaths, osteopathic health professionals, physicians, physicians assistants, and psychologists. Tuesday, October 12, 2021 Online Event 9:00am – 4:00pm $130 Register. Friday, December 3, 2021 Online Event
Washington Listens Launches > Crisis Connections
(2 days ago) The Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) is committed to whole-person care, integrating physical health and behavioral health services for better results and healthier residents. HCA purchases health care for more than two million Washington residents through Apple Health (Medicaid), the Public Employees Benefits Board (PEBB) Program
2020 Annual Report > Crisis Connections
(3 days ago) In April, the Health Care Authority teamed up with Crisis Connections to propose a Statewide response to the high volume of Crisis Line callers across the State who were calling with concerns related to the emotional impacts of COVID-19, including increased anxiety, worry, depression and feelings of hopelessness and isolation.
Washington Listens: 1.833.681.0211 > Crisis Connections
(2 days ago) The Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) has secured more than $4 million in federal funding to respond to increased behavioral health service needs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. “This is a time of great stress, uncertainty and isolation, and we must ensure that the well-being of Washingtonians is addressed.
Schools > Crisis Connections
(5 days ago) Crisis Connections offers three health curricula designed to be taught by classroom teachers or counselors, and appropriate for students at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Cost: $250 each. Pay online via Credit Card. Riding the Waves is developmentally appropriate for 5th grade students and taught by elementary school counselors.
letter from our PAID EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
(7 days ago) Washington have partnered together with the Department of Health to create a Virtual Washington Lifeline call network to answer 90% or more of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline calls that originate in Washington. In 2018, the partnership started answering Lifeline calls for …
'How-to' Primer for Those New to Apple Health
(1 days ago) Washington State’s Health Care Authority has posted a quick “how-to” primer on health coverage after its phone bank reported a 500 percent increase in recent weeks in callers asking basic questions about how to use their new Apple Health identification cards or how to look up their benefits.
Riding the Waves > Schools > Crisis Connections
(1 days ago) Riding the Waves. Schools play an important role in youth suicide prevention. Crisis Connections offers three health curricula designed to be taught by classroom teachers or counselors, and appropriate for students at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
where to turn 866.TEENLINK
(Just Now) control and sexual health is an important part of a safe and healthy relationship. If you think you may be pregnant, it’s important to make an appointment to get tested by a health care professional as home pregnancy kits are not always accurate. In Washington State, teens 13
Survivors of Domestic Violence Applying for Health
(7 days ago) Washington State Health Care Authority has released guidelines to help those living with or fleeing domestic violence and and are having trouble applying for health care. The information below is also contained in a pdf document available from the Health…Read more →
Care Connect Washington > Crisis Connections
(8 days ago) SWACH’s infrastructure of 40 community health workers in 11 partner agencies connects community members to health care, social services, and other support they need. Cascade Pacific Action Alliance’s Community CarePort is the hub for COVID-19 care in the region.
WA Recovery Help Line > Crisis Connections
(6 days ago) This program is authorized and funded by The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services' Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery. It is certified by Washington State as a Chemical Dependency Treatment Service-Crisis Intervention
Press Releases > Crisis Connections
(9 days ago) Health and Social Service Organizations Join Together. February 2021. Washington Listens. February 2021. Care Connect Washington. January 2021. Washington Listens Launches. July 2020. Crisis Connections & 2-1-1. July 2020. No Virus Can Take Away Your Pride. June 2020. Proud to be a Grantee.
Operation Veteran Support Line > WA Warm Line > Crisis
(5 days ago) Operation: Veteran Support Line is a branch of the WA Warm Line that offers peer support for veterans living with emotional and mental health challenges. Veterans who call may request to speak with a veteran. If a veteran is available at that time, the caller will have the opportunity to speak with one of our volunteers who is a veteran and receive support from a peer.
Mental Health Conference > Crisis Connections
(5 days ago) Stigma associated with mental health contributes to a decrease in individuals seeking help. At Overlake’s Mental Health Conference, learn about available resources and organizations on the Eastside that aim to breakdown that stigma and connect people to the help they need. The keynote presentation, “Talk Saves Lives® An Introduction to Suicide Prevention,” will be followed…
Where to turn for Veterans > Crisis Connections
(3 days ago) Many veterans experience a difficult time transitioning to civilian life after returning from service. Every day, about 20 veterans in the United States will die by suicide; however, only 50% of returning veterans who need mental health services will receive treatment (National Veterans Foundation, 2018).
Leadership > Crisis Connections
(1 days ago) Born and raised in the Seattle area, Michelle’s "first" career was as a mental health professional for 10 years, supporting adults and youth at Navos Mental Health Solutions. Michelle also finds time to volunteer as a mentor and consultant, assisting organizations such as Susan G. Komen Puget Sound, Ballard Food Bank, Renton Historical Museum
Get Training > Crisis Connections
(7 days ago) Crisis Connections has been a first call for help for people in need of emotional support and social services for over 50 years. Today, we are a nationally recognized leader in mental health, suicide and crisis intervention, and information and referral services. We are proud to offer a series of community trainings designed specifically for
King County 2-1-1 > Crisis Connections
(2 days ago) King County 2-1-1 connects people to the help they need. We provide the most comprehensive information on health and human services in King County. Whether it's for housing assistance, help with financial needs, or to find the location of the nearest food bank.
CRISIS CONNECTIONS ***POSITION OPENING*** Crisis …
(8 days ago) Mental Health Triage Responsibilities . 1. Responsible for calls to the Designated Mental Health Professional public line, assessing for risk of harm, ensuring the best clinical intervention practices are implemented. 2. Provides emotional support to callers while being attentive to crisis and suicide intervention strategies. 3.
CRISIS CONNECTIONS JOB DESCRIPTION Clinical POSITION …
(4 days ago) Mental Health Triage Responsibilities . 1. Responsible for calls to the Designated Mental Health Professional public line, assessing for risk of harm, ensuring the best clinical intervention practices are implemented. 2. Provides emotional support to callers while being attentive to crisis and suicide intervention strategies. 3.
About > Crisis Connections
(Just Now) In 1973, at the request of United Way of King County, Crisis Connections took on the United Way Information and Referral Service, which became the Community Information Line. In 2006, the Community Information Line began using the dialing code, 2-1-1, as part of a statewide effort to increase access to health and human services.
POSITION POSTING NON-CLINICAL CRISIS INTERVENTION
(Just Now) 1. Answers calls to the Designated Mental Health Professional line for community professionals (9202) in a timely manner. 2. Retrieves voice mails left for the Designated Mental Health Professionals in a timely manner. 3. Records all messages for the Designated Mental Health Professionals on the DMHP
Donate > Ways to Give > Crisis Connections
(1 days ago) Whether someone needs emotional support, is experiencing a mental health crisis, considering suicide, or looking for assistance with basic needs, we are always here to provide caring, compassionate support and connect people to lifesaving resources. If you prefer to mail your donation, please mail donation to: Crisis Connections ATTN: Development.
24-Hour Crisis Line > Crisis Connections
(4 days ago) We can help you determine if you or your loved one needs professional consultation and we can link you to the appropriate services. We are a primary source for linking residents to emergency mental health services in King, Pierce, Clark, Skamania, Klickitat, Grant, Okanogan, Chelan, and Douglas Counties.
Volunteer > Crisis Connections
(7 days ago) Volunteer Positions. Crisis Connections is state licensed by DSHS/DBHR as a crisis telephone service provider and as a certified chemical dependency treatment service—crisis intervention. We are also nationally accredited by CONTACT USA and the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems. As one of the oldest crisis lines in the nation, we
Early Stage Dementia Counseling: The Power of
(Just Now) Licensed Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Mental Health Counselors are eligible. Provider number: #1975 -256. Sponsored by: Kline Galland Early Stage Memory Loss Forum for Professionals Steering Committee: Alzheimer’s Association Western and Central WA Chapter, Greenwood Senior Center, The Hearthstone at Greenlake,
Proud to be a Grantee > Crisis Connections
(6 days ago) Work groups of experts also advised on childcare and mental and behavioral health grants. This week’s announcement builds on an initial $10.175 million round of grants made at the end of March to organizations responding to immediate needs for rent support, food, healthcare, and other resources.
Crisis Connections Name Michelle McDaniel New CEO
(4 days ago) Crisis Connections today announced that its board of directors has appointed Michelle McDaniel (she/her) as chief executive officer. Michelle McDaniel is an accomplished senior executive with over 30 years’ experience in healthcare, non-profit, social enterprise and government sectors. Michelle is a proactive leader with a passion for service
Phone Worker > Crisis Connections
(Just Now) Phone Worker. When you volunteer with Crisis Connections you can expect to receive professional training and caring supervision from our outstanding team. Our goal is to assure you have the knowledge and skill to make a difference in the lives of our callers. To this point, each of our programs require varying levels of training….
Letter from the Executive Director
(7 days ago) behavioral health agencies to develop and implement a shared work flow. This expansion also funds, for the first time in its history, the Washington Warm Line, which will be expanding its coverage days to six days a week by the end of May. The expansion of the after-hours work and the increased coverage of …
WA Warm Line Volunteers > Crisis Connections
(3 days ago) Warm Line calls are answered by people living in mental health recovery who want to connect with and empower others. We are currently looking for volunteers interested in working on weekday afternoons as we expand our hours. Professional training and support will be provided. Please email us using the form below, or call 206-461-3210 x714 for
Crisis Clinic 2013 Annual Report Crisis Clinic
(3 days ago) and resources for mental health, substance abuse, and problem gambling. Nearly 11,000 callers needed help with emotional health issues, 11,562 needed drug treatment, and nearly 5,300 needed help with alcohol dependency. Thank you to the 18 interns and volunteers who contributed over 3,000 hours of help! WASHINGTON WARM LINE
JOB POSTING Clinical ABOUT THE AGENCY JOIN OUR TEAM …
(Just Now) Mental Health Triage Responsibilities . 1. Responsible for calls to the Designated Mental Health Professional public line, assessing for risk of harm, ensuring the best clinical intervention practices are implemented. 2. Provides emotional support to callers while being attentive to crisis and suicide intervention strategies 3.
Use your EBT Card to get Free or Reduced
(4 days ago) Individuals and families who are receiving benefits in Washington State can use their EBT card or Provider One (Washington Apple Health) card for free or extremely reduced admission at many different places. In Seattle: Living Computer Museum – $1 daily admission OR $10 Family Memberships. Bring proof of eligibility to the Living Computer
WA Warm Line Volunteers > Crisis Connections
(1 days ago) The Washington Warm Line offers an additional line exclusively for veteran peer support. These calls are answered by veterans who are living in mental health recovery and want to connect with and empower other veterans. We provide peer-led professional training and support. Please email us using the form below, or call 206-461-3210 x714 for
Medical Respite Center at Jefferson Terrace
(1 days ago) The Respite Center is a program of Public Health – Seattle & King County’s Health Care for the Homeless Network. Admissions are coordinated by Harborview Medical Center – Pioneer Square Clinic. To be screened, a social worker or health care provider must contact the respite admissions screener at Harborview, who then authorizes a respite