National Family Voices – Access and contact information for state Family-to-Family (F2F) Health Information Centers. Direct support for children or youth with special health care needs, such as premature birth; autism; mental, behavioral, or emotional health issues; a genetic diagnosis; or a physical or developmental disability.
The National Center for Medical Home Implementation (National Center) is a cooperative agreement between the Maternal and Child Health Bureau and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Focus for 15 years has been to ensure that children and youth can receive medical care at home.
Mental Health Government Linkages – General articles about warning signs of mental illness and how to help, treatment referrals and options, insurance navigation, help for military families, NIMH clinical trials, linkage to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)
Seattle Children’s Mental Health Referrals – Parents who are struggling to access mental health services anywhere in Washington State can reach out to a referral helpline administered by Seattle Children’s Hospital: 833-303-5437. Please note that your call will be answered electronically, and you will be directed to provide your contact information. You may need to wait a couple of weeks before your call is returned.
US National Suicide & Crisis Hotlines – Phone numbers for suicide crisis, teen-specific help, LGBTQ, Native American, Post-partum, homeless, runaway and other support.