Coronavirus Disease 2019 | COVID-19


COVID-19 has changed daily life as we know it—affecting everyone in different ways. Many people are feeling anxiety and fear about the pandemic and how it affects them, their loved ones and their community. It’s natural to feel a range of emotions during this time—and that’s OK. If you need a help, resources are available here in our community.


Mental Health and Well-Being

Mental Health and Well-Being

If you or someone you know is feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression or anxiety, help is available—consider contacting one of the organizations listed below. Any of the 24/7 crisis lines listed offer immediate support when you need it.


Mental Health Resources and Contact Information
Washington Listens
Support Line for Washington residents
experiencing stress due to COVID-19
Call: 1.833.681.0211
Spokane County Regional Behavioral Health
24/7 Crisis Line: 877.266.1818

 

Frontier Behavioral Health
24/7 Crisis Line 877.266.1818
To request an appointment: 509.838.4428
Veterans Crisis Line
24/7 Crisis Line: 800.273.8255
Crisis Text Line
Text 741741 or
visit crisistextline.org to chat
Inland Northwest Behavioral Health
Contact or walk-in
Call: 509.992.1888
The Trevor Project**
24/7 TrevorLifeLine: 1.866.488.7386
text 678678
visit thetrevorproject.org to IM
Excelsior Wellness Center
Help for children, adults and families is
available via telehealth.
Request online appointment.
Call: 509.559.3100
CHAS Health
Call: 509.444.8200

If you are experiencing violence at home, you are not alone—help is available*

If you are experiencing violence at home, you are not alone—help is available*

Domestic Violence Resources and Contact Information

YWCA Spokane
24/7 Helpline: 509.326.2255
Spokane Text Line: 509.220.3725

National Domestic Violence Hotline
24/7 Hotline: 800.799.7233

Lutheran Community Services Northwest
Sexual violence, non-intimate partner domestic violence and other trauma services
24/7 call or text: 509.624.7273

Vanessa Behan
24/7 care for children 0-12
Call 509.535.3155

Safe Passage Idaho/North Idaho
Call: 208.664.9303
Text Line: 208.449.7228

Mujeres in Action (MIA)
Call: 509.869.0876
info@miaspokane.org
Se habla Español

Abuse Recovery Ministry and Services
Call: 866.262.9284 or 509.484.0600

Child Protective Services (CPS)
Intake Line: 509.363.3333
(866) ENDHARM (363-4276)

Crosswalk Youth Shelter
Open 24/7
Call: 509.838.6596

Child Care Aware of Washington
Statewide Child Care COVID-19 Communications, Response and Referral Center
Call: 800.446.1114

Fairchild AFB
Airforce Base Victim Services
24/7 Hotline: 509.247.2016

Cup of Cool Water
Call: 509.747.6686
facebook.com/CupofCoolWater

The Living Room for LGBTQ Youth**
facebook.com/TheLivingRoomLGBTQ

Kalispel Tribe Victim Assistance Services
24/7 Helpline: 877.700.7175

The Trevor Project**
24/7 TrevorLifeLine:
1.866.488.7386 or text 678678
or visit thetrevorproject.org to IM

Odyssey Youth Movement**
Call: 509.325.363
Digital Drop-in programs:
facebook.com/odysseyyouth

Spokane Public Schools Hotline
(Spokane Public Schools only)
(509) 354-SAFE (7233)

Partners with Families & Children
Call: 509.473.4810

Department of Corrections Victim Services Program
Call: 800.322.2201

Safe Families Spokane
Hotline: 844.244.1769



* If you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency, please dial 911.

** LGBTQ+ resources