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National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network

The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC). We work at the intersection of movements for social justice and the field of mental health to integrate healing justice into both of these spaces. Our overall goal is to increase access to healing justice resources for QTPoC.

SMASH Seattle

Phone: (206) 495-1285 | Email: | SMASH is a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping our Puget Sound area musicians healthy and thriving by providing access to primary care, dental services, mental health therapy, vision and hearing screening, and other wellness services for working musicians in King, Snohomish, Pierce, Mason, Kitsap, and Thurston counties.

Antioch University Community Counseling and Psychology Clinic

Phone: (206) 268-4840 | Email: | Providing counseling services to people of all ages and incomes in the community.

Psychotherapy Cooperative

Phone: (206) 627-0049 | The therapists of the Psychotherapy Cooperative work individually with adults who experience depression or discouragement, problems with self-esteem or anxiety, difficulty with life transitions and other issues influencing the quality of life. We do not have psychiatrists on staff and so we cannot provide psychiatric evaluations or medication management. Our therapists do not typically have availability for crisis intervention care or case management services.

Seattle Anxiety Specialists

Phone: (206) 309-5990 | Email: Therapy clinic with a low fee therapy program that is designed for those who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford therapy. If you think you would benefit from treatment, but are hesitant to enroll due to the cost, we invite you to reach out.

Modern Therapy Seattle

Phone: (206) 202-3133 | Modern Therapy Seattle is thrilled to be able to offer low-cost therapy to anyone who needs it. Our low-cost or sliding scale therapy services are provided by clinical interns who are gaining experience to complete their graduate degree requirements and are not yet licensed.

Pacific Lutheran University Couple and Family Therapy Center

Phone: (253) 535-8782 | At the CFTC, we offer affordable, high-quality therapy to individuals, couples, and families.

Atlantic Street Center

Phone: (206) 329-2050 | Atlantic Street Center is a non-profit social service agency providing services to children, youth, and their families. They help families and communities raise healthy, successful children and youth through direct services and advocacy for social justice and equity. Services include education, family support, and behavioral health counseling to the low-income minority populations of King and Pierce Counties. Clients come primarily from communities of color including African Americans, immigrants, and refugees, with the vast majority classified as low- and very low-income.

Bastyr Center for Natural Health

Phone: (206) 834-4100 | Bastyr Center for Natural Health (BCNH)'s counseling services offer support for patients dealing with depression, fatigue, seasonal affective disorder, work-related stress, relationship issues, life transitions, and health problems, especially chronic health problems. BCNH is ideally suited to provide short-term treatment (typically no more than 12 sessions). Appointments are generally scheduled on a weekly basis. Counselors are student clinicians who are closely supervised by a licensed mental-health professional. Patients can be referred to outside services when appropriate.

Crisis Connections

24/7 Crisis Line: (866) 427-4747 | Teen Link: (866) 833-6546 | Warm Line: (877) 500-9276 | Crisis Connections, formerly known as Crisis Clinic, is one of the oldest Crisis Lines in the nation, and home to five programs focused on serving the emotional and physical needs of individuals across Washington State. These programs include the 24-Hour Crisis Line, King County 2-1-1, Teen Link, WA Recovery Help Line and WA Warm Line. With over 400 trained volunteers and experienced staff, Crisis Connections provides support, resources and certified training for King County and other communities statewide. Crisis Connections helplines connect people in physical, emotional and financial crisis to services that will be of help.

Valley Cities Active Military and Veterans Services

24/7 Crisis Line: (206) 461-3222 | Phone: 253.833.7444 | Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care provides caring, compassionate treatment, recovery, and support services to people struggling with substance use and mental health challenges. Staff are available to help veterans navigate through relevant resources, including for housing, financial benefits, medical benefits, employment, upgrading discharge, education or other specific issues. Navy veterans Bob Wilson and Starr Lehnus also provide military and culturally sensitive therapy to veterans. Clients who have served in any branch of the United States Military regardless of discharge are eligible. Current spouses or dependent children may also be eligible.

Ukrainian Community Center

Phone: (425) 430-8229 | The Ukrainian Community Center of Washington (UCCW) is a nonprofit focused on helping Eastern European refugees and immigrants predominantly from the former Soviet Union overcome language, cultural, educational and social barriers. UCCW offers behavioral health services with a collaborative and family-oriented emphasis. Family counseling is provided, as well as individual counseling, which is still viewed within the context of the whole family. The staff is made up of professional bilingual and bicultural Behavioral Health Counselors, who are trained to overcome the barriers and obstacles that confront clients. Services are provided in English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian.

Asian Counseling and Referral Service

Phone: (206) 695-7511 | Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) provides community-based multilingual and multicultural services to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities - including immigrants, refugees, and American-born. ACRS offers culturally, linguistically and clinically competent counseling services to individuals, couples and families through culturally specific and individualized mental health counseling.

Mend Seattle

Phone: (206) 660-4396 | Mend Seattle provides quality, low-cost mental health counseling to individuals, couples and groups. The clinic values understanding critical social theory and an anti-oppressive lens to inform their approach towards therapy, counseling, and supporting human transformation. The emphasis is on serving the QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Community. The staff is made up of a team of interning and licensed therapists.

CityU of Seattle Counseling Center

Phone: (206) 239-4760 | The City University of Seattle Counseling Center is an outpatient counseling center that offers low-cost counseling services and is open to students and the public. Counselors are graduate students from CityU’s Master of Arts in Counseling program who are supervised by CityU staff with extensive clinical and supervision experience. The staff is trained to provide professional and compassionate services in a safe, confidential environment. Since it is a training clinic, the CityU Counseling Center is unable to provide psychiatric, case management or crisis services, but can coordinate service with other providers.