Urgent Need

Urgent Need

How to reach us if you're in crisis

A professional from our clinic will be available on a same-day basis during regular business hours (9AM-5PM) to talk to patients in a crisis.  UW students are eligible for crisis intervention visits at no charge.  For patients with ongoing needs, the crisis counselor will assist with establishing a more permanent care plan.

  • During regular business hours, call (206) 583-1551 to reach the person on-call. Please advise us when you call that you need to speak to someone today. Also, leave the following information:
    • Your name
    • A phone number where you can be reached
  • Evenings, weekends and holidays: If you need to talk with someone after our regular clinic hours, call the 24-hour Community Care Line nurse consult service at (206) 744-2500 to speak with a consulting nurse who will be able to advise you, make treatment suggestions and help you make follow-up arrangements with your provider.

Other resources

  • Seattle-King County Crisis Line: (206) 461-3222
  • University of Washington Medical Center Emergency Room: (206) 598-4000

Urgent Help | Mental Health Foundation of Australia (Victoria)

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78 99 78. OCD & Anxiety HelpLine: 03 9886 9377 or 1300 269 438 (Victoria).


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