• MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES:
    • Community Services in Skagit County: 24 Hour Skagit County Crisis Line 1-800-584-3578
    • 24/7 Mobile Crisis Outreach: 1-800-584-3578
    • Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call: 1-(800) 273-8255 or 1- (800)-784-2433
    • Text: HELLO to 741741 or go to Chat for numbers and more information. 
    • Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Call: 1-888-336-9591
    • Self-Harm: Call 1-800-366-8288
    • LGBTQ+ Call 1-866-488-7386 Text “Start” to 678678
    • Youth Crisis: 1-800-442-4673
    • Eating Disorders: Call 1-800-931-2237
    • Bullying: Call 1-800-420-1479

     

    Servicios de comunidad en Skagit County

    • Número telefónico de crisis 24 de horas al día de Skagit County 1-800-584-3578
    • 24/7 Mobile Crisis Outreach: 1-800-584-3578
    • Número telefónico de prevención de suicidio: Llame: 1-(800) 273-8255 or 1- (800)-784-2433
    • Textea: HELLO a 741741 Chat/ charlar en línea: http://imhurting.org/
    • Violencia doméstica y Asalto Sexual Llamar: 1-888-336-9591
    • Autolesiones: Llamar: 1-800-366-8288
    • LGBTQ+ llamar 1-866-488-7386
    • Textea “Start” to 678678
    • crisis juvenil: 1-800-442-4673
    • Trastornos de la alimentación: Llamar 1-800-931-2237
    • Acoso/Bullying: Llamar 1-800-420-1479
     
     
    CORONAVIRUS/MENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY RESOURCES
    The following articles discuss mental health and safety resources:

    Coping Skills 

    Coping with stress during the 2019-nCoV outbreak 

    How to Care for Yourself While Practicing Physical Distancing 

     
     
    PARENT RESOURCES:

    There are many things you can do to support your child

    • Take time to talk with your child or teen about the COVID-19 outbreak. Answer questions and share facts about COVID-19 in a way that your child or teen can understand.

    • Reassure your child or teen that they are safe. Let them know it is ok if they feel upset. Share with them how you deal with your own stress so that they can learn how to cope from you.

    • Limit your family’s exposure to news coverage of the event, including social media. Children may misinterpret what they hear and can be frightened about something they do not understand.

    • Try to keep up with regular routines. If schools are closed, create a schedule for learning activities and relaxing or fun activities.

    • Be a role model. Take breaks, get plenty of sleep, exercise, and eat well. Connect with your friends and family members.

    Go to Helping Children Cope With Changes Resulting From COVID-19  for more information from the National Association of School Psychologists. 

    Click on Coronavirus BrainPOP Video for a kid-friendly explanation of COVID-19.