Locate Resources & Manage Stressful Situations

Students can schedule individual appointments with counseling faculty for short term, goal-focused help with stress and time management, managing situations interfering with academic success, and assistance locating referral resources

King County Referral & Crisis Resources

Seattle/King County provides extensive resource information about medical, mental health, dental, legal, housing, employment and other services. They can be reached at Community Resources Online at and by telephone at 2-1-1 or (206) 461-3200 or (800) 621-4636. For TTY dial 206 461-3610 or 7-1-1 Relay.

The King County Crisis Clinic provides a 24-hour crisis line at (206) 461-3222 or 866.4Crisis  (427-4747). For TTY dial (206) 461-3219.

National Institute of Mental Health

The National Institute of Mental Health provides information about dozens of topics. 

Online Mental Health Screening

Complete a brief self-assessment and receive descriptive information about depression, bi-polar depression, generalized anxiety, or post traumatic stress disorder using an online mental health screeningScreening results are informational, not diagnostic, and are not intended as a substitute for a visit with a medical professional.

A video clip on Managing Mental Health Concerns can be viewed by clicking the image found at:

Washington State Educational Access Coalition

Washington State Educational Access Coalition for HB 1079 Students provides information and resource referral  helping students who are or who may benefit from attending college through WA State House Bill 1079.  House Bill (HB)1079,  signed on May 7, 2003 by Washington Governor Locke, allows undocumented students to attend college and pay in-state tuition in the State of Washington.

Opportunity Center for Employment and Education

 The Opportunity Center for Employment and Education (OCE&E) is located on the North Seattle College campus. The OCE&E  houses a team from the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services and related partner agencies  that aims to provide basic safety-net services necessary to pursue employment and education. These include psychiatric services, help for children and families, nursing and family planning, and advocacy for victims of domestic violence.