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Tahoma Counselors / Social Workers
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Mental Health Providers and Other Resources
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The following list of local mental health providers may be helpful to families seeking services. The listing does not constitute an endorsement, nor does
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the school or district claim any liability for services provided. We encourage parents to select services that best fit the family or child’s individual needs.
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The following questions may be considered:
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1. What is our biggest concern? What skills does the counselor need to have help us?
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2. What counselor gender, age, and style fits my family?
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3. Who accepts my family insurance? What will the service cost?
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4. Where is the best location? Close to home for convenience or at some distance for more privacy?
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AgenciesPhone / WebsiteLocationOther InfoInsurance Info
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Y Social Impact Center
(Formerly Nexus)
https://www.seattleymca.org/social-impact-center/services
206.382.5340
Maple Valley, Auburn & EnumclawAnger Management, substance abuse counseling, anxiety, depression, take insurance and medical coupons, dual diagnosisAccepts major insurance companies, will review insurance with intake form prior to the intake appointment. Not Cigna Tri-West, Kaiser and no private insurance with interns
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Kent Youth & Family Services253.859.0300 www.kyfs.org
Dennis Ballinger, Manager
Kent and surrounding areasMental health, substance abuse, dual diagnosis, after school programs, homelessnessAccepts- Medicaid (Provider One) and most private insurances
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Thrive Wellness Clinic425.584.7570
thrivewellnessclinic.net
Maple ValleySubstance use counseling, mental health, couples therapy, individual counseling for 13 and upbills clients individually and provides a bill to send to insurance companies for reimbursement
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Sound Mental Health1.800.828.1449
www.smh.org
Kent, Auburn, RentonSchool-based counseling
Takes medical coupons
Sound is an approved provider for Medicaid/Apple Health, Medicare, and most commercial health plans.
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Charlie Health Virtual Therapy1-866-695-2714
www.charliehealth.com
VirtualPersonalized mental health treatment for teens, young adults, and familiesAetna, Beacon, Humana, Cigna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicaid, Optum
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Valley Cities
Counseling and Consultation
253.939.4055
https://www.valleycities.org/
12 locations in King County
& in schools
Counseling, Family services, inpatient, outpatient, support services
School based counseling services
**For wraparound services contact Claire Robbins at 253.335.3848
We serve all age groups, low-income families, and the most vulnerable in our communities, Takes medical coupons
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Renton Area Youth & Family Services206.772.2050
https://rays.org/
RentonCounseling, substance abuse, will meet clients in the office, at home, in school, in the community.Over 95% of our clients access their counseling services through Medicaid. No client is ever turned away because of an inability to pay.
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Guided Pathways Support for Youth and Families253.236.8264
http://www.guidedpathways.org/
KentOne-to-One support; youth peer support; parent classes; family social events; family helpline (253.277.4052) Our Parent Partners are Washington State Certified Peer Counselors.Guided Pathways is a non-profit organization that provides services based on outside donations.
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The Adolescent Center
**Kaiser
425.562.1337
https://wa.kaiserpermanente.org/html/public/services/adolescent
Bellevue, Seattle, & TacomaThe Adolescent Center provides treatment for teens aged 11 to 18 who are experiencing complex medical, social, academic, emotional, or behavioral issues. The Adolescent Center uses a team approach in providing care, and families are included as an important part of the treatment program.Kaiser Permanente members and non-members
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Catholic Community Services253.854.0077
www.ccsww.org
KentChild, youth and family services, housing, substance abuse, mental health. The Incredible Years is a parenting curriculum for parents of children ages 2-8 (no cost). Meets once a week for 18 weeks.Services are available for persons with Medicaid. Some funding is available for non-Medicaid clients as well.
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Changes Parent Support Network1.888.468.2620
www.cpsn.org
SeattleProvides support to parents struggling with children who are engaging in oppositional and self-destructive behaviorsContact- Family Reconciliation Services (FRS) (1-800-609-8764 Days, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 1-800-562-5624 After hours, 4:30 p.m. - 8 a.m.) to get the program started.
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Consejo Counseling ServicesMain office- 206-461-4880
http://consejonew.consejocounseling.org/
KentMental health, domestic violence, sexual assault, substance abuse, youth services, housing services
**Supports latino community
Medicaid, and Non Medicaid
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KSARC- King County Sexual Assault Resource Center1.888.998.6423 (24 hr)
Main office- 425.226.5062
www.kcsarc.org
RentonCounseling, preventive programs and resources for victims of sexual assault, families, and communities.There is no fee for KCSARC advocacy services to victims/survivors or their related support people. Therapy services are obtained through insurance or sliding, negotiable fees.
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Mindful Therapy Group425.640.7009 https://www.mindfultherapygroup.com/Tukwila and Seattle
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Semeritan Center of Puget Sound206.527.2266 https://samaritanps.org/throughout King County
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Lakeside Center for AutismIssaquah-425.295.7957
Bellevue-425.657.0620
https://i-can.center/
Issaquah & BellevueOffers variety of services (including testing) that have been proven to be effective in the treatment on individuals with autism and neurodevelopmental disordersContact ICAN for an Intake appointment, ICAN works with you to verify benefits for the initial appointment, Benefits are checked for the recommended services following the assessments
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Asian Counseling and Referral Serviceshttps://acrs.org/
Ha-Yoon Lee
cyfintake@acrs.org
(206) 774-2432
SeattleACRS provides comprehensive mental health counseling services to address the social, emotional and behavioral issues of AAPI children, youth and their families. Culturally appropriate counseling services are tailored to individual needs, interests, strengths, and goals of each child or youth and his or her family.Mental health services may include intake assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, case management, family therapy, crisis response and management, psychiatric services and medication. Mental health staff includes bilingual, bicultural licensed counselors, AAPI Ethnic Minority Mental Health Specialists, Child Mental Health Specialists and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
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Safe Crossings, Providence Hospital206.652.4723
safecrossingsfoundation.org/
SeattleGrief support for children, free service availableSafe Crossings Foundation continues to provide the primary funding for the Safe Crossings Program and Camp Erin® King County.
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Youth Eastside Services425.747.4937
www.youtheastsideservices.org/
Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, and Lake WashingtonYouth and family counseling, substance abuse servicesNeed, not cost, should determine care. As a 501c3 nonprofit, we rely on donations to fund care for families who cannot afford to pay for services. Due to our generous, committed community of supporters, we’re able to offer services on a sliding scale that goes all the way down to zero — and we never turn away families because they can’t afford to pay for services.
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River Valley Psychological ServicesIssaquah-425.391.0887
Renton- 425.228.5336
rivervalleypsych.com/
Issaquah & RentonPsychologists, Psychiatrist, and Mental Health Counselors who are experts in treating depression, anxiety, PTSD, and moreAetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, First Choice Health, Providence Health Plan, Regence, United Healthcare, Uniform Medical Plan, Value Options, United Behavioral Health, Optum, Swedish Behavioral Health, Beacon Health Options, Premera, Cigna, Humana, Kaiser PPO Only
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Mind Source Center
(Caroline Sheppard- owner)
253.639.7146
http://www.mindsourcecenter.com/
CovingtonASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Eval, RDI (Relationship Development Intervention), ABA (Applied Behavior Analyst), ADD and AutismEach counselor is a preferred provider with different insurance companies. Check the website (About Us) to see which one works for you.
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CoHear BCS425.283.1313 http://coheargroup.com/our-staff/ Renton, Bellevue, TukwilaCoHear/BCS’s healthcare services include psychotherapeutic assessment, referral, and ongoing therapy for children adolescents, young adults, and the rest of us; psychiatric assessment and medication management; medical family therapy services and Employee Assistance Programs; all in a collaborative and confidential environmentPremera, Regence, and Kaiser
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Daysprings Behavioral425.295.7697
http://www.dayspringbehavioralhealth.com/
IssaquahFull range of Mental Health servicesIn network-Aetna, Regence, Blue Shield, Uniform Medical, Premera, Blue Cross, Group Health/Kaiser, Lifewise, First Choice, Molina, Cigna, Optum/United.
Will bill out of network as well
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Private CounselorsPhone / WebsiteLocationOther InfoInsurance Information
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Molli Wilson, PhD425.413.8970
https://www.molliwilsonphd.com/
CovingtonADHD, anxiety, etc.
Children and adult
Insurance BC/BS and others
In network provider- Premera, Regence, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, will work with other insurance (check before)
No sliding or reduced fee offered
Does not accept federal subsidized insurance
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Michael Archer206.992.9192
http://www.eastsidepsychologicalassociates.com/profile_archer.html
Issaquah, Snoqualmie, BothellChild and family
Assessment and treatment
Waiting list
Private pay fees are $270 for intake and $180 for all subsequent sessions;
Accepts Premera, First Choice, Kaiser Permanente and soon Cigna.
Does not accept Medicare/Medicaid.
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Justus D'Addario206.877.3188
https://www.goodtherapy.org/therapists/profile/justus-daddario-20150219
RentonRenton Family Therapy
ADHD, Anxiety, Hard Times Teens and Tweens
Waiting list- for after school. Openings during school days and can do video or audio counseling if needed to ensure counseling services are provided. Video/Audio counseling through phone calls are also covered by insurance.
Private pay fees are $270 for intake and $180 for all subsequent sessions;
Accepts Premera, First Choice, Kaiser Permanente and Cigna.
Does not accept Medicare/Medicaid.
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Joe Broome MA LMHC 206-295-0624 http://www.inittogether.org/RentonI am a therapist that works with individual adults, adolescents (age 14 & up) and families offering hope, direction, and growth. If you need help with the effects of trauma, improving your relationships, guiding a struggling teen, practical tools for parentingServices may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance. I am currently a preferred provider for Cigna, Kaiser Permanente PPO, Premera Blue Cross, Lifewise, and First Choice Health. If your insurance company is not listed you can check your out of network provider terms by asking the following questions of your insurance company
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Tamara (Tami) Axtell MS, LMHC, NCC(425) 429-7673 www.findinggracecounseling.com Black DiamondI see school-aged children, teens, adults, and families. I am currently working on my play therapy credential and use CBT and ACT as my primary therapeutic interventions, but will integrate others as needed.I typically am a cash-pay provider, but am trying to be flexible for those who need insurance billed and may bill certain insurance companies as an out-of-network provider. This will be determined on a case-by-case basis. I will also consider a sliding scale for those who need therapy but need reduced fees at this time.
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Chris Hoey, MS, LMHT- Family Fundamentals425.943.0227
http://www.maplevalleytherapist.com/
Maple ValleyKids, teens, families, anxiety, ADHD, divorce, emotional coachingCharges $120.00 for a 55 minute session
Is a network provider-Blue Cross Blue Shield, check for other insurances before
Offers free phone consult
Accepting new patients
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Brian Ashburn
MS, LMFT
Family Therapist
833.827.6080
https://www.ashburncounseling.com/contact/
Maple ValleyYoung adults, teens, and couples. I help individuals and couples who struggle with issues around identity, conflict, anxiety, depression, and traumaSliding Scale: Yes
Out of Network for all insurance although can be reimbursed
Waiting list (1-2 months).
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Aimee Bakeman
MS, LMHC
425.880.9443
https://www.meaningfullivingcounseling.com/
Maple ValleyChildren, adolescents, teensOffers an initial free 30 minute consultation
$160 for initial intake 60 minutes
$140 for 55 minute sessions
In Network Provider for - Cigna/First Choice Health including Kaiser. Also accepts Out of Network (check insurance company)
Accepts Healthcare Savings Account funds
Accepts Cash/Credit Card/Checks
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Amy Langdahl, MACP, LMHCA ClinicianRentonAdolescents, Anxiety, Depression,Sliding Scale: Yes. Accepts Insurance and Out of Network (call to verify insurance)
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Jennifer Baker, MA, LMHC425.310.2413
www.jenniferbakerlmhc.com
Maple ValleyYouth, families, autism, behaviors, trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, anger management, trauma focused sexual abuse, parent-child interactionwaitlist
In-network with Cigna, First Choice, and Kaiser Permanente
Assessments are $180 and 55-minute counseling appointments are $120
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Amy Ford, MA, LMHC425.295.7697
www.dayspringbehavioralhealth.com
Issaquah/ opened new office in South IssaquahChildren and adolescent services,
Insurance- Aetna, BC/BS, Kaiser, and other insurance
Accepts insurance companies: Aetna; Regence Blue Shield; Uniform Medical; Premera Blue Cross; Group Health/Kaiser;
Lifewise; First Choice; Molina; Cigna;
Optum/United
Accepts out of network insurances
Accepting new patients
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Jessica Weis, LMHC253-637-7475 email- jessicaweislmhc@yahoo.com CovingtonAdolescents, Anxiety, DepressionAccepts insurance- Premera, Aetna, and First Choice
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Sarah Ramstad, MA LMHC425.610.6020
425.654.3704
http://mvcounseling.org/counselors/index.shtml
Maple ValleyChildren, youth, family, women, groups, parenting kinship care, foster kids, PTSD, anxiety, behavior, depression, attachment, multi-cultural Latino/Hispanic, Spanish speakerPreferred Provider: First Choice Health
Will accept out of network insurance, does accept sliding scale
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Louise Harris206.769.4870
http://www.mindsourcecenter.com/louise-harris/
CovingtonEmotions focused therapy, couples therapy, family support of ASDAccepts - Premera, BCBS, Regence, Beacon Health, Kaiser Permanente, First Choice, MHN
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Lorena Lewis, MSW, LICSW206.406.6768
http://www.llewismsw.com/
CovingtonSpanish speaking, children, adolescent, and adult therapyAccepts Premera, Regence, First choice Health, Aetna, Kaiser Permanente and Cigna, cash, HRA debit and credit cards.
Emailed to get preferred provider list
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Elaine Duncan, MA, LMHC425.591.7668
http://counselinginbothell.com/
BothellAutism, PTSD, anxietyOn the Kaiser and First Choice Health Network. I will bill as an “out of network provider” for all others
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Heather Morris, MEd., LMHCA206.650.4416
http://www.mindsourcecenter.com/heather-morris/
CovingtonABA therapy
CBT
Insurance:Premera, BCBS, Regence, Kaiser PPO, First Choice
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Gail Truitt, MSW, LICSW253.630.5434
https://www.gailtruitt.com/
CovingtonFamilies, children, adolescents, adults Mood disorders, trauma, life transitions, behavioral issues, personal growthPreferred provider-Premera, First Choice
Kaiser, Medicare
Out of network provider–Value Options, Cigna, Uniform Medical, United Healthcare, Regence, Aetna, Tricare
Not an eligible provider for: Medicaid/DSHS, Molina
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Kyle Erickson MS, LMFT425.616.1800
https://www.kyleericksoncounseling.com/
Maple ValleyAnxiety, depression, relationship skills, self-esteem. Focuses on High School studentsWaiting list
In network- Cigna, Premera Blue Cross, LifeWise Health Plan of Washington, and First Choice
Will bill out-of-network if they have online claim submission
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Michah Levenson, LICSW206.715.1762
http://www.mindsourcecenter.com/micah-levenson/
CovingtonChildren and adolescentsInsurance: BCBS, Regence, First Choice, Lifewise
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Tern Christian Counseling253.952.2556
http://ternchristiancounseling.com/
Federal WayPossible counselors:
Dennis G. Frederick Ph.D/Psychiatrist
Gregory Gates MA, LMHC. CDP
Leah Block MS, LMHC
Mental health, chemical dependency, anxiety, depression, relationships
In Network Companies:Premera Blue Cross, Molina Healthcare of Washington, First Choice Health Network, Value Options (Only Dr. Frederick), LifeWise, Community Health Plans of Washington, Great West, MHN, CIGNA
Out of Network Companies Accepted: Aetna, United HealthCare, Regence Blue Shield, Healthcare Management, Group Health (Open Plans), Humana, Uniform Medical
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Jamie S. Martinez, MS, LMHC, LMFT206.225.9551
https://www.jamiemartinezcounseling.com/default.html
Maple ValleyKids ages 6-18 and women ages 18-30
Anxiety, depression, adjustment, family transitions, trauma
In network-Kaiser Permanente PPO, ODS Health Plan, Premera Blue Cross, Lifewise, Blue Cross/Blue Shield (if billed through Premera), Beacon Health Pla, Lyra, First Choice
Will also bill out of network with high percentages
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Kerry Mayhall, PhD425.429.1588 or 425.569.0064
https://www.maplevalleychamber.org/directory/counseling/blue-river-counseling---kerry-mayhall-phd-661
Maple ValleyBlue River Counseling, PLLC- individual, group, family counseling, trauma, behavioral, grief, depression, anxietyAccept Regence, First Choice, Apple Health, United Health Care, and Cigna
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M. Pat O’Connor, PHD253.228.9900
http://www.drpatoconnor.com/
TacomaDepression, anxiety, mood disorders, ADHD/ADD, anger management, PTSDAccepts 34 different providers of insurance, sometimes has a waiting list
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Emma Kowalinski, MS, LMFT425-310-2383 http://emmakowalinski.comMaple Valley
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Carrie Erickson, MS, LMFT206.317.5126Maple Valley Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Lifewise, and Premera
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Sarah Buban, LMHC, SUDP425.584.7570
sarahmbuban@gmail.com
Maple ValleyAdult and teen therapist. Specializes in anxiety, boarderline personality, and addiction.Out of Network for insurance. Billed seperately and you are able to submit to your insurance.
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PsychiatristsPhone / WebsiteLocationOther InfoInsurance Information
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Rudy Lorber, PhD, ABPP, ABSNP,253.394.2885
http://www.mindsourcecenter.com/rudy-lorber/
CovingtonNeuropsychologist, cognitive and behavioral psychologist, clinical psychologyInsurance: Only Private Pay
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Larry G. Knauss(425) 443-6471 https://www.healthcare6.com/physician/maple-valley-wa/larry-knauss-2418487.html Maple ValleyClinical Psychologist specialistHe does accept the payment amount Medicare approves and not to bill you for more than the Medicare deductible and coinsurance.
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Tim Earnest, MD253.841.3297
https://docearnest.clientsecure.me/client_portal
PuyallupPsychiatric careInsurance accepted- Cigna, LifeWise, Premera Blue Cross, Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield (Please verify when scheduling)
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Interlake Psychiatric Associates, PLLC425.462.9511
https://www.interlakepsychiatry.com/
BellevueA group of mental health practitioners who provide evaluation and treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders in children, adolescents, and adults.Not a preferred provider for any insurance. May work as an out of network provider, check when scheduling
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Katerina Riabova425.822.8153BellevueChild, adolescent, and adult psychiatry
No website
Insurance accepted- Aetna, BSBC Blue Card, Group Health Coop, Humana, and Premera
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***Sliding Scale Therapy Options in King County- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1q_VGGjs3Q6taC5OUIKylR54Rj0QarfZMDJ846FdOqb8/edit?usp=sharing***
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Community ResourcesPhone / WebsiteLocationComments
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Maple Valley Community Center425.432.1272
www.maplevalleycc.org
Maple ValleyYouth and Intervention Services, other community resources, tutoring
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DAWN – Domestic Abuse Women’s Network425.656.7867
877.465.7234
http://dawnrising.org/
KentDomestic, violence victim advocacy (groups, resources, legal help, housing program etc.)
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Black Diamond Community Center360.886.1011
http://www.blackdiamondcommcenter.org/
Black DiamondEmergency food and clothing, PSE, rent, gas vouch, D/A program for teens
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Maple Valley Food Bank425.432.8633
http://www.maplevalleyfoodbank.org/
Maple ValleyFood & basic needs assistance, resources for power, holiday help, emergency services
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Backpack Buddies of Maple Valleyhttps://backpackbuddiesofmaplevalley.org/
https://www.facebook.com/BackpackBuddiesofMV/
Maple ValleyFood available each week for families that sign up for the service through the website
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Vine Maple Place425.432.2119
http://www.vinemapleplace.org/
Maple ValleyTransitional housing, helps meet the needs of families who are homeless
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Community Information Line211 or 1.800.621.4636
https://win211.org/
SeattleEmergency and Disaster resources, crisis, food, health, housing & utilities, jobs & employment help, reentry, veterans help
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Emily Program888.364.5977
https://www.emilyprogram.com/
Seattle, LaceySupports and treats Eating Disorders. Takes most insurance companies.
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Center for Discover866.482.3876
https://centerfordiscovery.com
Bellevue, Edmond, TacomaSupports and treats Eating Disorders. Free zoom support groups. Perferred provider with most insurance companies.
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National Center for Homeless Education800.308.2145
https://nche.ed.gov/helpline.php
NationalAssistance to community organizations, parent support for school related issues, and shelter providers
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Crisis Connections- CCORS206.461.3222
https://www.crisisconnections.org/
King County24/7 crisis support, & intervention, counseling resources
Can come to your home
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Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation360.802.3206
https://www.rfwellnessfoundation.org/
EnumclawMental health resources, community support
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El Centro de la Raza206.957.4634
http://www.elcentrodelaraza.org/
Seattle, WAChild and youth programs, human and emergency services, education, etc.
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Friends of Youth425.869.6490
http://www.friendsofyouth.org/
Kirkland and King CountyResidential, Eastside Reengagement Center, Homelessness, Youth & Family Services
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Guided Pathways253.236.8264
http://www.guidedpathways.org/
KentFamilies helping families who are struggling with behavioral, emotional or substance abuse challenges.
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Boys & Girls ClubRenton-206.436.1920
Federal Way- 253.681.6500
https://positiveplace.org/
King CountyTo inspire & enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
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Big Brother/Big Sisters of Puget Sound206.763.9060
https://inspirebig.org/
King CountyMentorship program
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South King County Emergency Resources-brochure is updated quarterly (2-1-1 Brochure) https://www.crisisconnections.org/get-help/resources/emergency-services-brochures/
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King County and National Crisis Hotlines:
King County Crisis Connections-206-461-3222
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- 800-273-8255
Paramedic Hospital Emergency- 911
Youth Shelter: Safe Place- 800-422-8336 (TEEN)
Trevor Lifeline (call/text)- 866-488-7386
Eating Disorder Helpline- 800-931-2237
Teen line: Teen Link- 866-565-8860 (TEEN LINK)
Girls’ and Boys’ Town- 800-448-3000
WA Recovery Help-Line- 866.789.1511
WA Warm Line (Peer Support)- 877-500-9276
Crisis line chat services- Text "go" to 741-741
Licensure Abbreviations:
LMHC: Licensed Mental Health Counselor
MS: Master’s Degree in Psychological Counseling
LICSW: Licensed Clinical Social Worker
MSW: Master’s Degree in Social Work
LMFT: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
PhD: Doctorate Degree in Psychology or related field
M.Ed: Master’s Degree in Education
Psy. D.: Doctorate Degree in Psychology
CCDC: Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor
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