College and Life can be overwhelming at times. Check out the resources below that are available at both the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College.
We are all here to support you!
For more resources available from the University of Washington, check out this website: http://guides.lib.uw.edu/healthandwellness
Is balancing life, work, and college getting in the way of your success? Are you looking for support but aren’t sure where to go? The Health and Wellness Resource Center is a one-stop hub connecting UW Bothell and Cascadia students with on-campus and community resources to help you thrive. A partnership with the United Way Benefits Hub provides resource connections, financial coaching, and public benefits enrollment. To learn more about available services, please visit the HaWRC.
Feeling Sick? Call the 24/7 Nurse Consultation Service, a free service provided by EvergreenHealth
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Suicide Prevention
Trevor Lifeline, Crisis Line for LGBT youth
Veterans Crisis Line
Crisis Text Line
King County 24-Hour Crisis Line
Snohomish County 24-Hour Crisis Line
Skagit County 24-Hour Crisis Line
API Chaya, support services for Asian & Pacific Islanders
Ayunda en la crisis Espanol
The Counseling Center provides numerous services to UW Bothell and Cascadia students. For more information about what is available or to make an appointment, please visit the Counseling Center.
Bilingual services available
The CARE Team provides confidential consultation, assessment, response and education when there are concerns for a student's well-being. For more information about the CARE Team, services offered, and frequently asked questions, please visit their website: https://www.uwb.edu/studentaffairs/care-team.
If you are concerned for the well-being of a UWB or CC student,
Diversity and Inclusion are core values and priorities of the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College. For more information about our commitment to diversity and inclusion, please visit the UW Bothell webpage or the Cascadia College webpage.
To initiate a response to and report an incident of bias,
The Disability Resources for Students Center provides accommodations, alternative testing, interpreters, note taking, and more to UW Bothell students.
Disability Support Services provides adaptive technologies, alternative testing, note taking, interpreters, and more to Cascadia College students.
For information relating to accessibility on the Seattle campus, please visit the UW Libraries Accessibility webpage.
Both the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College are committed to welcoming and supporting the diverse student population.
For those effected by recent federal legislation regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), please explore the resources listed below relating to each school.