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Helpful Resource Links

There are many resources available by searching online. Chad's Legacy Project only references non-profits and governmental agencies below in an effort to provide a focused and comprehensive list of non-commercial resources. For fee-for-service treatments and services, you should conduct a separate online search. 


Do you or someone you know battle with mental illness in some way?

Here are some resources/links for both them and you that will help:


Crisis Connections for 24/7 phone

support in Washington:

866-4-CRISIS / 866-427-4747

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline           


Washington Recovery Helpline

24-hour help line for substance use,

problem gambling, and

mental health challenges

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Veterans Crisis Line

  • Dial 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1 to talk to someone.

  • Send a text message to 838255 to connect with a VA responder.


Are you or someone you know in a mental health crisis?

If in an imminent unsafe situation, first, CALL 911

If the crisis is unfolding, but not yet dangerous, CALL 988, or:

Training and Support Resources:

A comprehensive online informational resource for teens:

Mental Health Info for Teens provides mental health information for young people, especially for those with a family member, often a parent, that has a mental illness. Authored by experts at Michigan State University.


Support and resources for Washington parents with siblings with Mental Illness:

The COPE Project was developed as a support to enhance our System of Care framework. The project is intended to provide a pathway for Washington State parents who are accessing and navigating the children’s behavioral health system to have peer support to ease their journey, whenever possible.

Changes Parent Support Network is a structured, peer-led program that provides support to parents struggling with children who are engaging in oppositional and self-destructive behaviors. Changes offers hope, help, support and relief from feeling overwhelmed and alone. 

Training for support and crisis intervention/de-escalation:

"Am I even helping? I don't know what to do! How are we going to get through this night?" Think of Mental Health First Aid as a "CPR-type course for Mental Illness" crisis moments. We highly recommend this course for parents, peers and any others that may find themselves in a position of assisting someone in crisis. Prior to COVID-19, Seattle Childrens Hospital became the first children's hospital in the nation to offer them regularly to the general public and is in the process of beginning an online version program. If you are inside King County, of Washington State, you can enroll in the virtual/online pilot program of MHFA by emailing Program Manager, Sue Wyder at  Outside King County in Washington State, email, via Comprehensive Healthcare in Yakima. 

Know that if you are inside King, Kittitas, or Yakima counties, you are in grant-provided counties and those programs are offered at no cost via those grants. Outside of those counties, CLP is providing grant money to support your training at no cost as well. Just remind your administrator/trainer to contact us if you reside outside King, Kittitas or Yakima counties.

What could you possibly say to someone battling depression?

Here's what you can say... a video to arm yourself with better encouragement.


Suicide Prevention and Survivor Support Resources from Forefront Suicide Prevention

Depression Resource from Kaiser Permanante

Where to turn for teens in crisis from Teen Link


Dealing with Stress in College from WGU, Washington

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General Information and Resources:


Local resources for mental health in King County, WA:

Mental Health Resources for College Students Guide

From Maryville University, St Louis, MO

Self Medication Abuse/Addiction Resources:

The National Insitute of Mental Health:

National information and Mental Health support:

Mental Health Education Curriculum for Teens:

Visit the joint work product of CLP and the University of Washington SMART Center for the first teacher resource for easy assessment, selection and implementation of Mental Health Literacy education in schools. Just published August, 2021, is an online library of curricula and programs, available to all teachers and school staff members.

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