Are you in crisis?

We all experience crisis during our lives, and people manage difficult events every day.  Valley Cities is here to help. We encourage anyone experiencing a crisis, or family and friends of someone in crisis, to call us.

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency situation, please call 911.

24-Hour Crisis Line

Before 7:30 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, Saturdays & Sundays
(206) 461-3222

Toll-free: (866) 427-4747

Call Valley Cities

7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
(253) 833-7444

You may also walk in to any of our offices during regular office hours. Find a location near you.


How we help

To help manage your crisis, the person you speak to at Valley Cities will:

  • Listen to your concerns

  • Ask about your crisis plan or WRAP

  • Help you problem solve

We offer many programs that can help you, along with peer support (individuals who are mental health consumers and have received training to help).

Symptoms of a crisis

How do you know when to reach out? Here are some common crisis symptoms:

  • Are you feeling intense sadness or fear?

  • Are you experiencing a new symptom that you are not sure how to handle?

  • Are you worried that you may harm yourself or others?

  • Are you not feeling safe?

Crisis prevention resources

Before a crisis happens, it’s good to know about resources that are here for you.

Find care near you.