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Behavioral Health Resource Center

Empowering Kids, Teens, and Families

  • Take Charge
    If you are 13 or older, you don't need a parent or guardian to get care for mental health or substance use conditions.
  • How to Get Care
    Learn how to find the right provider for your child, plus 24/7 medical and crisis assistance. If you need crisis help now, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255.
  • For Family and Friends
    Learn how to recognize the signs of a mental health or substance use issue, and how to help.
  • Medication
    Medicine is often used by itself or with therapy to help manage conditions. Learn more about how medicine works and how it affects kids and teenagers.
  • Find your Benefit Information
    Community Health Plan of Washington members have coverage for primary care services, specialist care services, prescriptions, and mental health and substance use treatment services. They also have the benefit of rewards programs and a community-based care network that puts the member first.
  • Understand Mental Health
    Learn more about how kids and teens experience anxiety, depression, aggression, eating disorders, and more.
  • Understand Substance Use
    Many young people experiment with drugs or alcohol, and sometimes they can become dependent. Substance use issues are preventable and treatable.
  • Resources for Kids and Teens
    Find apps to manage anxiety and depression. Talk to someone your own age. Get support from groups in your area.