Crisis Clinic is a "first call for help" for anyone in our community experiencing crisis. Serving King County and WA State.
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The year-end tallies are in! Crisis Clinic answered nearly 255,000 calls and chats from people in crisis last year. We also trained over 9,400 youth and 290 adults in suicide prevention and intervention. Thank you again for your support in making this possible!
Looking for a new job in 2015? Want to spread the word about a position you're hiring for? Be sure to check out our statewide Behavioral Health Job & Resume Board! http://jobs.crisisclinic.org
Thank you to everyone who supported our work in 2014. We send our warmest wishes to you and yours for a healthy, Happy New Year!
Happy Holidays from everyone here at Crisis Clinic! Remember, if you or someone you know is struggling this holiday season, we're here 24/7 to listen: (206) 461-3222 or 1-866-427-4747.
Congratulations to the new volunteers who completed their training this weekend. We're so glad to have you on our team!
Thank you to the King County Employee Giving Program for all they do. #KingCounty employees, it's not to late too make a gift to Crisis Clinic (#9253) this year!
Congratulations to the new volunteers who completed their training on Saturday! If you've been thinking about volunteering, now's the time. Applications are due Friday; a link to our volunteer page is in the comments section below!
We're saddened by the news that Robin Williams has died. If you are struggling with depression or considering suicide, please call us. We're always here to listen: 206-461-3222
Thank you to WSCJTC for inviting us to participate in the CIT Conference again this year. As always, we appreciate your support and the opportunity to spread the word about our services!
On this day in 1963, a 12-year-old girl was brutally stabbed by a distraught postal worker. She survived the attack and became the inspiration behind the founding of Crisis Clinic in 1964. #CC50years
Will you be doing any back-to-school shopping? Both Fred Meyer and Amazon donate a percentage of their sales to Crisis Clinic whenever you shop with them! Details are below in the comments...
Congratulations to the new Teen Link volunteers who completed their training last week. We're so glad you're here!
Interested in volunteering at Crisis Clinic? Our "Summer Blitz" is perfect for people with flexible schedules who wish to "fast track" the training process! Applications are due by 6/30. For more info, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Crisis Clinic is being featured tonight on KIRO 7 News from 5-6:30 p.m. Tune in to learn about how mental illness has played a role in recent news stories and how Crisis Clinic may be able to help!
AFSP's Overnight Walk for Suicide Prevention is this weekend. An inspirational opening ceremony is planned for Saturday 6/14 at 7pm at Fisher Pavilion/Seattle Center. Stop by and cheer on the thousands of people who'll be walking to prevent suicide!
Bike to Work Month was a great success here at Crisis Clinic. At last tally, our team of eight had biked 745 miles to/from work, burning 36,505 calories and saving 730 lbs of CO2 from entering the atmosphere. Way to go!
One of our most popular trainings is coming to Bellevue. Join our King County 2-1-1 specialists for The Art of Referral & Accessing Community Resources on 6/12! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-art-of-referral-accessing-community-resources-tickets-10338291107
On May 27, 1964, we held our first training for lay volunteers. This was the beginning of a long history of volunteerism at Crisis Clinic. Today, we have 300+ volunteers who answer calls for help!