24/7 Phone Lines

All the phone lines below are available in English and Spanish, with language assistance for over 150 languages. It’s free for you to call these services 24 hours a day, any day of the week.

For emergencies call 911.

Call 988, for 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, formerly known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
This phone line provides free and confidential support from trained counselors for people in emotional distress, as well as guidance for how to help people in your life who are in distress.

Call 211 or visit 211.org or critical personal life help, for services such as food, housing, financial guidance, addiction, domestic violence, education or employment, emotional wellbeing and more.

Washington Recovery Help Line: 1-866-789-1511.
Call for help with mental health concerns and substance abuse.

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233.
Call if you or someone you know has experienced domestic violence. You can also text “start” to 88788.

Self-Care and Emotional Health Resources

Caregivers often put the needs of their clients first, but it is important to care for yourself as well. There are many benefits for caregivers that can help address stress, anxiety and depression. All caregivers have access to:

  • Headspace Care*: An app that provides access to in-the-moment emotional health coaching, therapy, guided meditations, mindfulness exercises and work/life resources.
  • Tools for Calm: A 6-credit continuing education course that teaches practical ways to incorporate mindfulness into your life.

For caregivers enrolled on the SEIU 775 Benefits Group health plan, your healthcare coverage includes in-person and virtual counseling, medication management and online resources.

Online Resources

If you live in King County, get a referral (interpreter services may be available):



Get free statewide legal resources:

Therapy for Black Girls: The Impact of Racial Trauma. (English): Licensed Psychologist Dr. Candice Nicole Hargons discusses the work she has done and continues to do to arm Black people with resources to work through racial trauma.

Project Lotus (English): An online community empowering Asian Americans to care for and talk about their emotional wellbeing without stigma.

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (English): A national organization that fights racial barriers to emotional health care through training and education programs.

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS): Get access to food stamps, housing and child support, emotional health, and addiction services and more.

Feeding America: Find free food and grocery items in your local area. Visit the Feeding America website to find a food bank. 

Find Your Words (English and Español): Online resources to help you better care for yourself, help others in difficult situations, ask for help and how to talk with your kids about their emotional wellbeing.

Emotional Support Human: Resources to find support and support others experiencing emotional wellbeing challenges.

American Red Cross Resources for Emotional Support and Grief Counseling (English and Español): Resources and support groups near you offering emotional support and counseling for grief and loss.

A Self-care Guide for Professional Caregivers: Tips and resources to help caregivers practice self-care.

National Institutes of Health Emotional Health Toolkit (English and Español): Articles and tips to take care of your emotional wellbeing, including stress, mindfulness, dealing with feelings and coping with loss.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): NAMI offers in-person and virtual support groups to connect with other adults who are struggling with mental health conditions, as well as free online resources. Find a Support Group through your local chapter.  

*Eligibility: Headspace Care is available to caregivers who have worked at least 1 eligibility hour as an Individual Provider (CDWA) or caregivers working for Addus of WA, Amicable, CCS, CDM, Chesterfield, Coastal CAP, Concerned Citizens, First Choice, KWA, All Ways Caring, Senior Life and Millenia.

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Caregiver Learning Center System Maintenance

June 6 (Thursday) – June 10 (Monday)

You can log in, enroll and take your training in the Caregiver Learning Center during this time. 

If you complete training during the System Maintenance, it will be sent to your employer after June 10. 

Please contact your employer if you have questions about your training requirement, deadline or payment.