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Divorce Lifeline:
(206) 694-5757
Provides group counseling for children and teens from first grade through high school, as well as adult group counseling at several sites including Seattle, Bellevue, Federal Way and Kent. Also provides workshop series throughout the community. Services provided on a sliding scale.

Catholic Community Services: Administration

(206) 323-6336 or (800) 499-5979 or TDD (206) 328-5646. Offers counseling, family support services, Legal Action Center, and other services.

Refugee Women's Alliance:

(206) 721-0243. Provide advocacy and support for victims with 15 languages spoken.

Consejo: (206) 461-4880.
3808 South Angeline, Seattle, WA 98118 Counseling for victims; focus on Hispanic community; medical coupons; private pay, sliding scale.

Asian Counseling & Referral: (206) 695-7600

Central Youth & Family Services: (206) 322-7676

Seattle Indian Health Board: (206) 324-9360

Washington Alliance for the Mentally Ill:
(206)-545-6563 (206) 789-7722. 802 NW 70th St., Seattle, Washington.

Children and Family Services: 721-4115

Eastside Mental Health: (425) 827-9100

Lutheran Counseling Network: (425) 455-2960

Redmond Counseling Service: (425) 885-1480

Suicide Prevention: (800) 422-2552

Youth Eastside Services (YES): (425) 747-4YES

Jewish Family Services: (206) 461-3240
1601 - 16th Ave., Seattle, Washington, 98122.

Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Service:
Crisis Line (24 hours):
(206) 726-0093 (TDD only)
(206) 236-3134 (TDD only)

Advocates for Abused and Battered Lesbians: (206) 547-8191 (Voice/TDD)

East Cherry YWCA African American Family Network:
(206) 461-8480

Advocates for Abused and Battered Lesbians:
(206) 547-8191 (voice/TDD)

24-Hour Crisis Clinic: 1-800-244-5767 or 461-3222

Family Services: 253-854-8705

Maple Valley Community Center: 425-432-1272

South King County Multi-Service Center: 253-838-6800

THERAPISTS Web site locates therapists in your area with no charge to patient.

Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapists:
1-888-553-1228. Therapists locator free of charge. Web site provides information on therapy.

Evelyn Smith: (425) 453-1243, Individual and family therapy.

Laurie Olson Gaines: (425) 641-1042

Jane Hulsey: (206) 329-4090

Joan Golston, DCSW, LICSW
726 Broadway, Suite 303
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 328-1366