Thero.org – a free directory of mental health resources including clinics, therapists, crisis lines, advocacy, teleclinics, teletherapists, psychiatric beds and support
24-hour Crisis Line phone number for families and those in crisis
800-584-3578 • imhurting.org online chat
ImHurting Crisis Chat is a service offered through Volunteers of America Western Washington in the North Puget Sound and Salish regions. Their mission is to help people by providing online emotional support during times of crisis.
Recovery Help Line
The Washington Recovery Help Line is an anonymous and confidential help line that provides crisis intervention and referral services for Washington State residents.
https://www.crisisconnections.org/wa-recovery-help-line or call 866-789-1511
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Orcas Community Resource Center
orcascrc.org - providing a bridge for many to connect to services, such as: Refer for counseling through the Community Wellness Program, Enroll in health insurance, Arrange Food Bank home deliveries, Sign up for the Transportation Voucher Program, Enroll in DSHS benefits or renew/update prior enrollments, Referral to Dental Van for care up to and including dentures, Referral for eye care/corrective lenses, Spanish language translation for forms and applications, Enroll in Meals on Wheels, Referral to WIC for food and nutrition support, Referral to Safe San Juans for domestic violence protection, Enroll in OPALCO Project Pal (energy credits), Apply for LIHEAP (assistance with home heating), Obtain short-term rental assistance, Secure a deposit to enter into a rental agreement, Obtain Veterans’ benefits, Manage the Christmas Giving Tree in partnership with Island Market, Manage the Sons of American Legion Shoe Drive, Obtain permanent housing for the homeless through various government grants, Manage the Kindergarten Transition/Kindergarten Readiness ProgramsArrange for ongoing assistance from a professional social worker for complex needs
Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels is a nationwide program that provides older Americans nutritious meals and safety checks at little to no cost. To bring more attention to this popular meal program, we have created a resource that highlights:
- What meals on wheels is
- How you sign up
- What types of meals are offered and more!
Rent or Mortgage Payment Assistance
OPAL Community Land Trust opalclt.org is helping islanders who may not be able to pay their housing costs because of the COVID-19 virus. If you want help with your rent or mortgage, please fill out the form at this link, and OPAL will contact you to take next steps. (https://www.tfaforms.com/4812884)
Questions: Contact Julie Brunner at 360-376-3191 or email@example.com
(Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
Basic Food (Food Stamps) : Am I eligible?
Application for food and cash assistance: Apply here
OPALCO Energy Assistance Program
The Energy Assistance program is available as a bill credit to members who are reenrolled on the standard Residential rate and have qualified for assistance through another program for low-income households (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Free/Reduced Lunch Program, Apple Health (MEDICAID), Social Security Disability (SSDI), San Juan County Senior/Disabled Tax Exemption Program, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Rental Assistance, Other Utility Assistance). Apply directly on OPALCO site: https://www.opalco.com/energy-assist-appl