SKEWL is hosting FREE 30 minute in-person sessions with mental health providers & FREE COVID-19 testing available onsite for people from marginalized communities. In person and Drive-Thru sessions will be available too. There will also be online options available for FREE 30 minute remote sessions with mental health providers via private secure zoom calls.

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About SKEWL:

The South King Emotional Wellness League (SKEWL) was formed to address the emotional well-being of historically marginalized communities in South King County most impacted by Covid-19 and police violence. Members of SKEWL include NAACP Seattle King County, Public Health Seattle King County, FW Black Collective, and Disability Rights Washington.

SKEWL logo with purple background and a black diamond shape in the center. Inside the diamond is the outline of purple super hero with a question mark on their chest and a green cape. Around the super hero are the words, "Resilience, Anxiety, Coping, Hopeless, Struggle, Trauma, Support, Love, Normal, Struggle, Happy, and Depression."
Image Description: SKEWL logo with purple background and a black diamond shape in the center. Inside the diamond is the outline of purple super hero with a question mark on their chest and a green cape. Around the super hero are the words, “Resilience, Anxiety, Coping, Hopeless, Struggle, Trauma, Support, Love, Normal, Struggle, Happy, and Depression.”

King County Public Health Community Mental Health Resource Guide

Mental Health First Aid Training

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If you live in King County and are interested in attending a FREE Mental Health First Aid training course, please email Sue Wyder, King County Mental Health First Aid Coordinator at swyder@valleycities.org.

Click here to learn about Youth Mental Health First Aid Training.

Click here to learn about Mental Health First Training.