In the News

Teen Link service lets teens talk to other teens about life issues
Lynnwood Today, April 2018

Washington Recovery Help Line Offers New Chat Services
Sky Valley Chronicle, February 2018

Crisis Clinic Saves Lives
Seattle Foundation, October 2017

Volunteers at Teen Link Take Calls & Chats to Help Peers
Q13 FOX, June 2017

Interview with Allie Franklin: Suicide Prevention & Awareness
The Ron & Don Show, KIRO Radio, May 2017

Allie Franklin Named Crisis Clinic Executive Director
Federal Way Mirror, May 2017

Thunderbirds and Crisis Clinic Team Up to Raise Awareness of Mental Health Issues
Seattle Thunderbirds News Page, February 2017

2-1-1 Celebrates 10 Years of Service
Shoreline Area News, January 2017

King County Crisis Hotline Fields Concerned Calls After Vote
Seattle Times, November 2016

Mental Health & The 24-Hour Crisis Line
Evergreen Views on KXPA, August 2015

Capitol Hill Resident Gives Back by Answering Crisis Line Calls
Capitol Hill Times, April 2015

2-1-1 Operators Answer Some of the Toughest Phone Calls in King County
KUOW, March 2015

Crisis Clinic: Volunteering to Help People in Need
KOMO News Radio, February 2015

Heroin Deaths in Young Adults on the Rise
KOMO, July 2014

Teen Link on Radioactive Youth Media
KUOW, June 2014

In Texting Era, Crisis Hotlines Put Help at Youths’ Fingertips
The New York Times, February 2014

Answering Seattle’s 24-Hour Crisis Line
KUOW, September 2013

Crisis Centers Turn to Texting to Help Teens
The Wall Street Journal, August 2013

CityStream: King County 2-1-1 Seattle Channel, April 2013

A link for life: Issaquah/Sammamish Teen Link volunteers help fellow students
Issaquah Reporter, 2012