There is hope.

Are you feeling hopeless? Do you feel trapped inside your own misery, with no end in sight? 

Please know that there are people who care about you, and they are waiting to hear from you. If you’re considering harming yourself, we urge you to seek help immediately either by calling 9-1-1 or a hotline where you can speak with someone about your feelings.

Call them now by dialing 1-800-273-8255 or visit their website at

For help locally, visit this page on for a comprehensive list of hotlines and resources you can call, day or night. 

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Please reach out for help. The future needs you.

Survivor Resources

Have you or someone you care about been impacted by a crime? As crime scene cleaners, we frequently support individuals who have faced such challenges. Although we haven’t lived through what you’ve experienced, please know that our compassion extends deeply to all those affected. We wish you healing and strength as you navigate through this tough time.

There are many organizations out there that will assist you in finding the next step in your journey. Take a look at the links below:

Dealing with Grief

Have you lost a loved one? No matter the circumstance surrounding your loss, it can be tough to pick up the pieces and continue your life on as before. Would you like help dealing with your grief? A great place to start is by looking at grief groups. There are many across Washington that meet frequently. Take a look at the links below to find the group that fits you. There are groups for those who have lost loved ones to suicide, homicide, accident, and more.

There are many organizations out there that will assist you in finding the next step in your journey. Take a look at the links below:

Psychological First Aid

Provided by The American Red Cross.

Front Side:

  • Make a Connection
  • Help People Be Safe
  • Be Kind, Calm, and Compassionate
  • Meet People’s Basic Needs
  • Listen
  • Give Realistic Reassurance
  • Encourage Good Couping
  • Help People Connect
  • Give Accurate and Timely Information
  • Make a Referral to a Disaster Mental Health Worker
  • End the Conversation
  • Take Care of Yourself

Back Side: PsySTART Behavioral Health Triage System

  • Saw/heard death or serious injury of others? Y/N
  • Felt they (or love one) almost died? Y/N
  • Received physical injury or self/loved one in physically ill? Y/N
  • Received physical injury (self/loved one) Y/N
  • Death of family member, friend, schoolmate, pet? Y/N
  • Separated from family member? Y/N
  • Child separated from parent? Y/N
  • Family member missing? Y/N
  • Home not livable? Y/N
  • Expresses thought/intent to harm self? Y/N
  • Expresses thought/intent to harm self? Y/N

If yes, contact DMH as soon as possible.

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