Outreach Resources

The HIPRC Outreach Core collaborates with institutions and community organizations to reduce the impact of injury and violence in people’s lives. 

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Partner Resources

Helping Families Cope with Stress

Financial Help in Washington

American Academy of Pediatrics

King County General Resources

Washington State Department of Children, Youth & Family

National Parent Helpline
1-855-4A-PARENT (1-855-427-2736)

Call 211
Hotline is available to help with food, housing, bills, healthcare, crisis support, and other social services. Conversations are confidential and anonymous.

University of Washington

The Whole U

UW Q Center


Help is available

UW, Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute (UW ADAI

Laced & Lethal Source for information on pills and powders laced with fentanyl. Our mission is to provide critical tools that can help create a safer community for all: fentanyl education, access to confidential all-age naloxone distribution sites, overdose prevention resources, and overcoming stigma.

Washington Recovery Helpline (1-866-789-1511) – 24-hour crisis help and referral.

Suboxone/buprenorphine providers

Treatment services in the U.S.

Stopoverdose.org – Resources for Washington residents to respond to and prevent opioid overdose and find naloxone.

Crisis Connections (866-427-4747) – 24-hour crisis line.

Teen Link (866-833-6546) – Confidential crisis line specifically for teens.

International Overdose Awareness Day: remember a loved one, connect or post on social media, or learn more about overdose.

Washington State Department of Health – Information on overdose, naloxone, and where to find your local syringe service program for additional resources.

Learn About Treatment – Information about treatments for opioid use disorder and stimulant use disorder.

Where to find naloxone in WA State

Opioid Overdose

Stimulant overdose/overamping

Recognizing and Responding to Opioid Overdose

Parents Guide to Fentanyl

REVIVE MeOpioid Overdose and naloxone – learn how to recognize, react, and revive.

People’s Harm Reduction Alliancecommunity-based nonprofit and drug user empowerment organization that has provided harm reduction and other health services to people who use drugs in the Pacific Northwest.

National Harm Reduction CoalitionNationwide advocate and ally for people who use drugs.


LEARN® Saves Lives is a framework for recognizing the patterns of suicide

Find safe storage for firearms outside your home with the Washington Safe Storage Map

Use Voluntary Do-Not-Sell Lists to confidentially restrict immediate access to firearm purchase, stopping impulsive suicide attempts

If any firearm must be kept in the home, ensure it is securely locked and ammunition is locked separately

Always put medicines Up and Away

Read more about Suicide Prevention Resources

Petition for an Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) when an individual’s behavior indicates substantial risk of suicide or harm to self or others

In emergencies, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (TALK)


Find safe storage for firearms outside your home

King County’s Lock-It-Up

Putting medicines “Up and Away”

Forefront: Safer Homes, Suicide Aware

Help is available

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800.656.HOPE

National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)

Harborview Abuse & Trauma Center (HATC)

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center: 888.99.VOICE

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800.273.8255