Washington Listens is a free and anonymous support program for everyone in Washington who has been impacted by the pandemic. Anyone feeling stressed, anxious or lonely can call Washington Listens at 1-833-681-0211 and speak with a support specialist.
Services are available for children and youth as well as adults. You don’t need insurance and there are no fees. This is a free service available to all Washingtonians.
Washington Listens is available Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. TTY and language access services are available.
Washington’s Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens connects families with local mental health providers who fit your child’s needs and insurance coverage. Referrals are made for children and teens aged 17 and younger, and any Washington family can use this free service. Since 2019, the referral service has connected with over 1,800 families across 28 counties in Washington.
For children and youth in court-ordered dependencies, Coordinated Care is also available for mental health crisis and foster families are encouraged to use this service.
Want an easy way to see a doctor at a time that works for you? We’ve got you covered. Coordinated Care of Washington, Inc. members can now use Teladoc 24-hours a day by phone or video. Use Teladoc for the flu, eye infections, sore throat, allergies, rash or other illnesses. Behavioral health appointments for members 18 and over. Visit teladoc.com/coordinatedcare or call 1-800-835-2362 (TTY:711).