Community Partnerships

Decontructing the Mental Health System Inc, (DMHS) is a collective of mental health & wellness professionals who are actively increasing access to mental health & wellness services for Black people, Indigenous people, and People of Color.

We help People of Color navigate the bureaucracy of accessing mental health & wellness services by offering the free DMHS Therapy & Wellness Directory which has over 260 providers, as well as our DMHS Free Therapy & Wellness Program where we offer 12 sessions of wellness services.

Northwest Family Life is a network of counselors committed to our mission of assisting “individuals and families in finding hope and healing when facing the pain of domestic violence, sex trafficking, trauma, and related issues.” They are a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to providing education and therapy within Washington State. We provide services for individuals, couples, families, children, and adolescents.

Their hope is that you will find healing wherever you are on your journey through our counseling, advocacy, domestic violence treatment program, or educational classes.

Our Partnerships with Police Departments

Our goal is to disrupt the domestic violence generational cycle by addressing mental health of clients impacted by domestic violence and leveraging community resources through partnerships.

If we address the underlying issues of mental health and the systems response to instances of domestic violence, we will improve the overall health and safety of our community.

Our Partnerships with Police Departments

Our goal is to disrupt the domestic violence generational cycle by addressing mental health of clients impacted by domestic violence and leveraging community resources through partnerships.

If we address the underlying issues of mental health and the systems response to instances of domestic violence, we will improve the overall health and safety of our community.

To connect with us, please call (425) 324-5030 or send an email to projectbefree@outlook.com.

Crisis Response

Our team will provide crisis response services within the county by trauma informed providers which have Mental Health credentials and are trained in Domestic Violence Advocacy. Our organization will utilize community partnerships and maintain an intake line to be able to respond to people within the community.

Domestic Violence Advocacy

Clients will be assisted with safety planning, resource connection, domestic violence legal advocacy, immigration domestic violence advocacy, and connection to mental health providers within our network. 

Able to provide support in the following languages: Amharic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Oromo, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swahili and Thai

Training Center

Trainings are designed for community members, or partnering organizations to be able to understand crisis response, domestic violence and the affect’s on individual’s mental health. Understanding of terminology, definitions and risk factors which individuals face within the Domestic Violence cycle.

Project Be Free: Intergenerational Trauma (Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence)

More To Be Determined