Mental Health Resources

Crisis Lines
  • National Suicide Prevention Line is available 24/7 for anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. 800-273-8255

  • TeenLink is a helpline for teens, by teens. 866-833-6546

  • Washington Listens is an anonymous call-line created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to help individuals manage stress and access local resources for all ages. TTY and language services are available. Call 833-681-0211 or visit washingtonlistens.org.

  • Comprehensive Healthcare has a local crisis line for all ages. Individuals are encouraged to save the number to their phone so that it is on hand if they or someone they know needs someone to talk to. 800-572-8122. Information on mental health symptoms, common disorders, and services are also available at Comprehensive Healthcare’s website: comphc.org.

  • Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital has a free bilingual Spanish and English COVID-19 emotional support line. It’s available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 509-823-7808.

  • Yakama Nation Behavioral Health Services can be reached by calling 509-865-2266.

  • Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic - Behavioral Health Services provides outpatient mental health and substance use treatment services, call (509)453-1344 or (800)500-0934, or visit the website www.yvfwc.org.

  • Catholic Charities provides counseling for children, youth, and adults. For their clinic on West Tieton Drive, call (509) 965-7100. Their clinic on East D Street can be reached by calling (509) 965-7100. Their toll-free number is 800-246-2962

  • The Trevor Project is a free 24-hour national suicide prevention hotline for LGBTQ youth that can be reached by calling 1-866-488-7386.

  • Call 2-1-1 for local health and human service support.

Clinics & Providers
  • Comprehensive Healthcare offers family and individual therapy for children. They will work with the child or teen to learn skills to cope with the challenges or trials they are facing. They also offer a (WISe) program that is designed to provide comprehensive behavioral health services and supports for Medicaid eligible children, adolescents, and transition-aged youth with complex behavioral health needs and their families. 509-575-4084 comphc.org

  • Yakama Nation Behavioral Health Services can be reached by calling 509-865-2266.

  • Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic - Behavioral Health Services provides outpatient mental health and substance use treatment services, call (509)453-1344 or (800)500-0934, or visit the website www.yvfwc.org.

  • Catholic Charities provides counseling for children, youth, and adults. For their clinic on West Tieton Drive, call (509) 965-7100. Their clinic on East D Street can be reached by calling (509) 965-7100. Their toll-free number is 800-246-2962

  • Renee Slavin's focus and experience has been with treating young children, adolescents, and adults struggling with trauma, anxiety, and depression. She also helps caregivers with parenting concerns and unwanted child behaviors.   www.reneeslaven.com 509-823-4130 

  • Kathy Lanthorn is a child mental health specialist, a minority mental health specialist (Latino) and she is LIST Certified in Spanish.  Dr. Lanthorn-Cárdenas offers family, child, individual, and couples counseling. lanthorncounseling.net              509-901-0806

  • Center for Counseling & Psychotherapy offers services for Trouble with Teens and Children. Raising a child or teenager is never easy. If your child has trouble with school or is "out of control", it is even harder. Our family counseling can help you stop blaming and start communicating. We can even help children with  Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder. www.ccpcare.com 509-966-7246

Other Resources for Teens and Youth
  • NAMI: Offers classes and group meetings for anyone impacted by the mental health of a family member.

  • Two River's Landing: Adolescent Inpatient Facility that admits youth who meet one or more of the following criteria:

    • Need crisis stabilization

    • Present as a potential danger to self, others, or property

    • Are unable to care for self or stay safe

    • Need constant supervision and adult intervention to assure a safe environment

    • Are unable to think clearly or distinguish reality

    • Experience extreme problems with mood or behavior

    • Have tried other less restrictive services which were not successful, or were unable to ensure the youth’s safety www.comphc.org 509-469-3727

  • Rod's House: Resource for teens experiencing homelessness. www.rodshouse.org 509-895-2665

  • The Space: Resource Center for LGBTQ+ youth Facebook  509-574-4216

  • Divorce Care 4 Kids: Divorce Care for Kids is a special group to help children heal from the hurt caused by the separation or divorce of their parents. There are currently no meetings in Yakima due to a lack of volunteers. Online resources at yakimadivorcecare.net

  • Aspen Victim Advocacy Services: Offers a safe space for individuals who are survivors of violent crimes such as sexual assault to come and receive services. Aspen Victim Advocacy Services is also here to serve those who have been harmed as a result of crimes such as assault, robbery, child abuse, identity theft, arson, kidnapping, hate crimes, and human trafficking. comphc.org 509-452-9675