Economic, social, and overall health impacts
Behavioral health needs and services
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Indicators of well-being among households with and without children before and after the 2021 Child Tax Credit, August 2020 – February 2022
Mental Health Among Youth and Young Adults in King County, WA: January 2019 – October 2021
Substance Use Patterns in King County, WA: March – October 2020
Behavioral Health Needs and Services in King County, WA: March – May 2020
For a comprehensive overview of demographics, health, and health behaviors among King County residents, see the Community Health Indicators.
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- Find mental health and substance use resources and services provided by the King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division
- Get help to quit smoking from the Washington State Quitline or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669)
- Find additional information at Overdose Prevention and Response, including the non-fatal and fatal overdose dashboards