MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
Suicide Prevention Hotline:
1-800-273-8255; 1-888-628-9454 (Espanol/Spanish)
Crisis Text Line:
Text HEAL to 741741
North Central Washington Triple Point Program:
LGBTQ+ Youth Virtual Support Group Meetings through Children's Home Society of Washington
Sign-up by emailing Luz Estrada: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-607-6547
203 So. Central Quincy, WA 98848 | (509) 787-4466
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
After regular office hours or during an emergency, call:
(509) 765-1717 or 1-800-852-2923
Other languages: 1-877-467-4303
Services Offered Include:
Initial and Crisis Services
Children and Family Services
Medication Management Services
Psychology Today: Find Counselors Near You
840 E Plum St Moses Lake, WA 98837 | (509) 764-8402
24 hour victim access line: 1-888-560-6027
24-Hour Crisis Line: Available for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Medical Advocacy: Trained advocates will accompany victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to medical facilities.
Legal Advocacy: Advocates support the individual’s choice regarding reporting the crime. Advocates provide information about the legal system and are available to accompany and support the victim throughout the legal process.
Community Advocacy: New Hope can provide referrals to therapists who are experts in providing care to survivors of sexual assault. New Hope makes referrals to other agencies that can provide help and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Trained advocates can provide personal support, emergency shelter, food and clothing. Therapy sessions can be offered to survivors so they may express their feelings, thoughts and fears.
Support Groups: New Hope provides peer support groups for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Call for the location of the one nearest you.
Advocates are available 24/7 at 1-800-799-SAFE(7233) in over 170 languages. All calls are confidential and anonymous.
New Hope Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program
311 W. Third Avenue Moses Lake, WA 98837
Ana Rivera: email@example.com; 509-764-8402
Supports unaccompanied minors and youth ages 12-24
Connects youth to safe, permanent, inclusivew housing, permanent connections, employment, education and mental health support.
Confidential and non-biased
Provide resources such as clothing, hygiene kits, food, aftercare, etc.
***Emergency Dial 911***
- Quincy Police Department - (509) 787-4718
- Report Child Abuse - 866-END-HARM (866-363-4276)
- Mental Health Crisis Line - (509) 765-1717 or (877) 467-4303
- Domestic Violence - 1-888-560-6027
1450 1st Ave SW Quincy, WA 98848
(509) 787-6423 | (800) 935-1464
Medical - (509) 787-6423
Dental - (509) 787-0715
WIC Nutrition - (509) 787-1796
First Steps MSS - (509) 787-3892
Family Resources - (509) 765-5809
Nurse Advice Line - (509) 787-6423
Interpreter - (866) 418-1002
908 Tenth Avenue Southwest Quincy - WA 98848
(509) 787-3531 | Facsimile: 509-787-2016
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
840 E. Plum St. Moses Lake, WA 98837 | (509) 765-9239
Alcohol and Drug Evaluations/Assessments: Assessment meets requirements for DUIs, Deferred Prosecutions, Child Protective services. Walk-in assessments available. Call for schedule.
Intensive Outpatient Program: Intensive program designed to build a strong foundation and teach skills necessary to maintain a life free from alcohol and other drugs. Includes both individual and group counseling. Groups meet three days per week.
Outpatient Programs: Weekly program designed to support individuals in their recovery. The program provides education and support through a combination of group and individual counseling. Programs available for youths and adults.
Alcohol and Drug Information School (ADIS): Eight hour educational course on impacts of alcohol and other drugs. Meets court requirements for ADIS. Available for both adults and youth.