Health Care Services

If you have a cough, fever, or other respiratory problems, call your healthcare provider before going to a medical facility. Do not go to an emergency room.

If you believe you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms, call 9-1-1.

If you would like to see a doctor, but don't have one you can call the King County Community Health Access Program (CHAP) at 1-800-756-5437 or email for a free consultation and connection to free or low-cost medical providers and low-cost health insurance. Website:

Medical Health Services

King County Novel Coronavirus Call Center

If you are a King County resident and have symptoms of COVID-19 or questions, you can call (206) 477-3977. This helpline is open from 8:00am to 7:00pm every day. The operators are able to connect with a third-party interpreter.

King County Public Health Website 

We know many people are concerned about potential exposure to COVID-19. If you think you've been exposed and are experiencing fever and respiratory symptoms, here are three ways to access our services:

  • Please call ahead before arriving in person. This includes physician clinics, urgent care centers or emergency departments.
  • See a provider virtually using Swedish Express Care Virtual. With this service, you can visit with one of our providers via online video from the comfort of your home, seven days a week.
  • Use the new Swedish online coronavirus assessment tool. We developed a "chat" tool to help you assess your risk and connect you with a provider virtually if you are at a higher risk for the virus.

By calling ahead or connecting online, a professional can talk with you about seeking care, including options for testing, while minimizing the risk of exposing yourself or others through an in-person visit.

HealthierHere COVID-19 Resource Hub

The organization HealthierHere has compiled and curated a list of hundreds of resources to help families, individuals and organizations during the pandemic. It contains info to help with medical and dental care, mental health, financial support, food assistance, and much more. Find it at

Washington Healthplanfinder Extends Current Special Enrollment Period, Gives Extra Month for Uninsured to Secure Health Coverage

In response to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Washington state, the Washington Health Benefit Exchange announced on Friday, April 10 it is extending the current special enrollment period for individuals who are uninsured. Please click the above headline for full details.

Health Insurance

Until April 8th, the Washington Health Benefit Exchange has a special enrollment period to sign up for health insurance. For more information, all the Customer Support Center at 1-855-923-4633 between 7:30am and 5:30pm, Monday through Friday. 

Mental Health Services

If you or a loved one are in a mental health crisis or may be suicidal, please do at least one of the following:

Mental Health Providers in the Community

The mental health resources listed below are not endorsements nor is this list meant to be an exhaustive list of providers. Please contact your insurance company to verify coverage of a provider. If you need information regarding medical insurance or the Washington State Health plan please visit or call 1-855-923-4633. 

Provider Contact Status

Washington’s Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens

This referral service connects youth (ages 17 and under) and families with evidence-supported, outpatient, mental health services in the community. It is a free, telephone-based referral service funded by the Health Care Authority and operated by Seattle Children's.

Call 833-303-5437 Monday to Fri 8:00am to 5:00pm or visit  

Friends of Youth

425-869-6490 Still open


1811 156th Ave NE Suite 2 Bellevue 98007


Still open. Open Access – Monday starting at noon. Thursdays 9AM. 2-3 hours. Only Provider One. First come first served.

Ohana Behavioral Health


Still accepting new clients via telehealth. Go to their website to make an appointment:

Issaquah Highlands Counseling Group

425-677-8686 Currently accepting new clients via telehealth.

Centered Mind Counseling


Currently accepting new clients via telehealth. Go to their website and click on “Telehealth Video Sessions” to arrange for services.

Dayspring Behavioral Health

425-295-7697 Currently accepting new clients, and only offering telehealth.

Full Circle Counseling

425-409-6414 Accepting new clients, both in person and via telehealth.

Youth Eastside Services

425-747-4937 No new children. If you are currently a client, individual therapist will contact child about telehealth.

Sound mental health

206-302-2300 Open for essential services only, including medications and hospital discharge appointments, but not new outpatient walk ins.

Virginia Mason Grief Services

206-223-6398 (Located in Seattle) Currently accepting new clients.

Safe Crossings

Offers consultation to caregivers, possible phone visits with kids, and mails resources to families.

206-749-7723 Working on getting telehealth set up as soon as possible.  

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center

1-888-998-6423 (24 hour line) Currently seeing current clients and accepting new clients. Offering telehealth.

Seneca Family of Agencies

206-948-0096 Currently accepting new clients, but only offering telehealth.

The Emily Program, an eating disorder service

1-866-916-3280 ext. 1612 Currently accepting new clients.

Eating Recovery Center


Currently accepting new clients.

Children’s Crisis Outreach Response System (CCORS)

206-461-3222 Operating as normal.

Seattle Children's Hospital Emergency Room

4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle 98015



Swedish ER—Issaquah Highlands

751 NE Blakely Drive, Issaquah 98029



Valley Medical Center's Emergency Department

400 South 43rd Street, Renton 98055


This page was last updated at 3:55 PM on Friday, June 5, 2020.