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Up to half of all caregivers experience anxiety, and 1 in 5 caregivers experience moderate-to-severe depression. If you need personal life help or emotional health resources, there are many free options available to you.

Get Help Now

Talk to someone right away and get help now. It’s free to call these services. You can call 24 hours a day, any day of the week.

All the services below are available in English, Spanish, and with interpreters or language assistance for over 150 languages including Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Somali, and Vietnamese.

  • 1-800-273-8255 (TTY 711), for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    This phone line provides free and confidential support for people in distress, or guidance for how to help people in your life who are in distress.
  • 211, or 211.org
    Call 211 for critical personal life help services, such as food, housing, financial guidance, addiction, domestic violence, education or employment, emotional health and more.
  • 911
    Call 911 for emergencies.

Resource Finder
If you need help finding the right option for you, use Resource Finder to get the right personal life help services, including emotional health support, childcare resources, legal help, debt guidance and more.

More Free Resources

  • Download the Ginger* Emotional Support App (English and Spanish)
    Ginger is a free app available on your touchscreen phone, providing 24/7 personalized coaching for emotional support and life guidance.
  • Call to talk to someone (language assistance and interpreter services available**):

**Washington Recovery Help Line, National Domestic Violence Hotline, and Washington Listens are available in English, Spanish, and with interpreters or language assistance for over 150 languages including Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Somali, and Vietnamese.

 

 

Resources for caregivers with health benefits through SEIU 775 Benefits Group

 

Emotional health resources through your healthcare coverage are available if you have coverage through SEIU 775 Benefits Group.**

Your health plan is determined by the county where you live. If you are not sure what plan you have, use this map to find out.

 

*Eligibility: Ginger is available to caregivers who have worked at least 1 eligibility hour as an Individual Provider (IP, working for the State of Washington/DSHS) or caregivers working for Addus, Amicable, CCS, CDM, Chesterfield, Coastal CAP, Concerned Citizens, ConcertoHealth (Fidelis), First Choice, KWA, Olympic CAP, ResCare and Senior Life.
**These resources are available to caregivers enrolled in Kaiser Permanente of Washington, Kaiser Permanente Northwest, or Aetna coverage through SEIU 775 Benefits Group and for caregivers who maintain 80 eligibility hours per month.