Light of Hope Fund/COVID-19 Response


Counseling and Behavioral Health

If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, there is help. Depression, sudden life changes, loss, and difficult circumstances or imbalances in the brain can bring about suicidal thoughts. When we are overwhelmed by a difficult situation, we can lose hope. Without hope, we might mistakenly feel like suicide is the only solution. It isn’t. In the middle of crisis, it can be difficult to see a way out. Compassionate people are waiting to talk to you and ready to help. They understand suicidal feelings and thoughts and know there is hope for you. There is a way through this difficult season. We want to show you the path toward hope, healing, and life.

If you are suicidal or in crisis, please call:
  • Chelan/Douglas Counties 800.852.2923
  • Yakima County 509.575.4200
  • Kittitas County 509.925.9861
  • Klickitat County 800.572.8122
  • Grant County 509.765.1717
  • Benton/Franklin Counties 800.783.0544
  • National Suicide Prevention 24/7 Lifeline 800.273.8255
Catholic Charities Crisis care in Chelan/Douglas Counties includes:
  • 24/7 crisis service
  • A Mobile Crisis Outreach Team
  • Monday-Friday walk-in support
  • Intensive Mental Health Services
  • Stabilization of acute mental health conditions