Community Resources

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Crisis Hotline


Crisis Clinic of Thurston County

Crisis Line: (360) 586-2800 / 1-800-627-2211
Youth HelpLine: (360) 586-2777

Youth Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)GLBTQ Helpline - 1-866-4-U-TREVOR (1-866-488-7386)


Medicaid Counseling


Behavioral Health Resources (BHR) Child and Family Services

3859 Martin Way E, Olympia, WA 98506
(360) 704-7170/ 1-800-825-4820

SeaMar Behavioral Health

3030 Limited Lane NW, Olympia, WA 98502
(360) 491-1399

Pathways Mental Health Services

Co-occurring Disorders: Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Gambling Addiction Counseling1230 Carpenter Rd. SE, Suite C-3, Lacey, WA 98503(360) 799-5782

Partners in Prevention and Education (PIPE)

Free therapy and support groups available to youth and young adult (ages13-30) survivors of child sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault and/or sexual exploitation who are homeless, street-dependent, or at-risk for becoming homeless.317 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98501(360) 357-4472


Non-Medicaid/Private Counseling

Contact your medical insurance provider to obtain a list of in-network counseling providers.


Support Groups



Grief Support Group for children and teens (877) 620-3286 or (360) 493-5928

Family Alliance for Mental Health

Support group for parents with children or youth who struggle with social, emotional, behavioral challenges and mental health needs.(360) 790-7505


Early Learning

Sound to Harbor Learning Programs/Head Start/ECEAP

Sound to Harbor Head Start and ECEAP provides comprehensive individualized preschool education, health education, and family support to promote family engagement and school readiness.

The program offers free to low-cost services to families with a limited income who have children that will be 3 or 4 years old by August 31. This is a free preschool program open to low income families and children on IEP's. Enrollment is based on income qualifications. Families may start online applications at or call (360) 464-6800/1-800-536-0992 for English, for Spanish call (360) 464-6827. 


Other Community Resources


United Way South Sound 211

By simply dialing 2-1-1, callers can access a live Information and Referral Specialist between the hours of 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday. Specialists can guide the caller to programs that meet their unique needs. The most requested resources include rent assistance, housing and shelter programs, dental care, health care programs, holiday gifts, utility assistance, transportation, food, clothing, furniture, house goods and employment.

Dispute Resolution Center

The DRC empowers people to resolve their disputes by providing conflict resolution and mediation services, and trains community members in those skills. They envision a South Sound community that has and uses healthy and respectful conflict resolution skills.

Catholic Community Services

CCS Family Behavioral Health provides therapeutic foster care for youth in the community using the Mockingbird Family Model (MFM). The MFM creates an intentional community of foster homes dedicated to supporting each other and the youth in their homes. We provide 24/7 support, ongoing training, and a team of professionals to work with you and the youth in your home. With over 10,000 youth in foster care in Washington state, foster parents are greatly needed. Join a fostering community today! Contact us at 360-280-5017 or visit ourwebsite.


Thurston County Community Services List

View a list of other community resources in Thurston County.

Thurston County Legislators


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