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WELCOME! On this page you will find Social-Emotional & Mental Health Resources for students, families, and staff.

City of Marysville

Community Support and Resources
Community Services and ResourcesMarysville Food BankWA State Department of Health
SIGNS OF TRAUMA: Look for clusters of the following: Quick, forceful responses to perceived threats; misreads/misinterprets facial and non-verbal cues; difficulty finding words to express feelings; limited self-regulation skills; difficulty accessing the ability to calm self; challenging behaviors.

EMERGENCY RESOURCES

Care Crisis (Snohomish County): 425-258-4357 or (800) 584-3578

Crisis Text Line:
741741

Domestic Violence Hotline:
425-25-ABUSE
National Hopeline (Suicide Prevention)
1-800-442-HOPE(4673)
Snohomish County Care Crisis Responders: can be reached 24/7
(425) 388-7215 or toll-free (800) 584-3578
Suicide Hotline
1-800-273-8255

Social-Emotional & Mental Health RESOURCES

HealthyChildren.org

Information and resources for parents backed by 67,000 pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.

Seattle Children’s Hospital

Washington’s Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens connects patients and families with evidence-supported outpatient mental health services in their community. This free, telephone-based referral service is funded by Washington Healthcare Authority and operated by Seattle Children’s.
http://www.marysvilletogether.org/

Partnering and reaching out to the Marysville community to respond to its needs, promote wellness, and strengthen families, in order to prevent and reduce substance use and abuse among youth.
Committee for ChildrenThoughts, feelings, and mindfulness Committee for Children Coping Resources for Educators and Families

10 Keys to Happier Living
Everyone's path to happiness is different. Based on the latest research, we have identified 10 Keys to Happier Living that consistently tend to make life happier and more fulfilling. Together they spell "GREAT DREAM".
For each of the ten you'll find information, questions, resources and suggested actions to help apply them in your daily life. Read more or order the book.
American Psychiatric Association

Providing support in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), APA is collecting authoritative and timely resources in this information hub for patient or family member or friend in need of immediate assistance.

Search Institute
Bridging Research and Practice to Help Young People be their Best Selves
Building Relationships With Young People
Research shows that young people need a web of positive relationships to successfully cope with stressful events. Caring alone is not enough.
TEDx Talks Video | The 4's Interview Guide
Articles:
Building Resilience (JoAnn Moffitt, LCSW)

Building Relationships During the COVID-19 Crisis (Search Institute)

Keeping Your Family Informed During COVID-19 (OSPI)

General Resources 

PUD (Utility/Power) Assistance
425-783-1000
PSE (Puget Sound Energy)
Housing Assistance
Call 211
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Supports and Treatment
AA Online meetings


HUMAN SERVICES RESOURCES 

Northwest Consumer Law Center

The Northwest Consumer Law Center is offering to help those financially impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Please email questions to Admin@NWCLC.org.

Generosity MultipliedCommunity support for those needing help
Community Resource Needs Hub
Community Well-being Resource Hub
WA State Department of Health
Community support for those needing help. People can volunteer to help in the community or request help. Faith-based.
For businesses and government seeking community resources
Community Well-being Resource Hub

WA State Department of HealthFor You and Your Family

Health Care Enrollment During COVID-19

Washington Health Plan Finder Washington Apple Care:
1-855-923-4633; TTY 1-855-627-9604
Paid Family Medical Leave Information