Youth Help Line

Contact by Phone:

360-586-2777

Are you a youth needing someone to talk to? The Youth Help Line is a 24/7 free, completely confidential, and totally anonymous phone line that you can call to talk about anything! Youth call to talk about peer pressure, trouble at home, drug abuse, stress, depression, suicidal thoughts, problems in relationships, or if you're just having a bad day. We work to have our youth help line staffed by our youth volunteers between the hours of 4pm-8pm Monday-Friday. We also have well trained adults answering the lines that are also there to listen. No crisis is too small to make the call!

If you're interested in becoming a youth volunteer (must be at least 15 years old), please contact our Youth and Outreach Program Coordinator to discuss training and volunteer opportunities! Zach Duncan at zduncan@crisis-clinic.org, (360)586-2888 ex. 114

Crisis Line:
360-586-2800

Youth Help Line
360-586-2777

Business Line:
360-586-2888

Fax Line:
360-586-2808

Substance Use Disorder Services

Community Services List:
Thurston County (PDF)
Mason County (PDF)



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