Local Resources

Get connected with local resources and support.

The Single Access Entry to Services (SEAS) Line in Whatcom County can help any pregnant and parenting family with children up to age 5 find resources they need.  This includes resources for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. They also help families find the resources they need to address developmental and behavioral concerns in children birth to age 21.

When you call the SEAS Line, a Family Resource Navigator will work with you one-on-one to get you connected to what you need most. This family resource navigation service is free for ALL Whatcom County residents.

Families can reach out to SEAS directly by calling 360-715-7485, or schedule a call at www.seaswhatcom.org.


Join a free support group!

Find a local therapist specializing in perinatal mental health.

Explore options for medication.

Need to talk to someone right away?

If you need immediate support, call or text the Washington Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988. Press 2 for Spanish. Press 4 for Native and Strong Lifeline. You can also chat with someone at  imhurting.org.

Or, call Perinatal Support Washington's Warm Line at 1-888-404-7763.
Trained staff and parent volunteers are available to answer calls live between 9am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday. On evenings and weekends, calls will be returned within 12 hours.

Regional and National Resources


  • Warm Line offers parents one-on-one peer support and help finding resources in English and Spanish.
  • Online Therapy Program is available to anyone living in Washington state. Insurance is accepted (including Molina), and a sliding fee scale is also available.
  • State-wide provider directory offers access to more regional specialists, including therapists and medication prescribers.
  • Online support groups hosted throughout the state can be accessed by parents anywhere.



  • Intensive Day program for parents experiencing severe perinatal mood and anxiety disorder symptoms.
  • Reproductive psychiatry available with Swedish’s team of providers.



  • Free peer mentor program offering one-on-support to expecting parents from the third trimester up to their child’s 1st birthday.



  • Helpline accessible by phone or text in English and Spanish.
  • Mentor Program connects new parents with a dedicated peer mentor for one-on-one support.
  • Chat with Experts offer weekly sessions with licensed mental health professionals, open to anyone with questions or concerns.
  • Online Support Groups including groups for Dads.