Youth Eastside Services

YES partners with the Lake Washington  School District to provide on-site, dually-licensed mental health and substance use counselors.

Individual counseling and support

Are you a student in the Lake Washington School District? Would you like support with the challenges of dealing with being at home, stress, anxiety, family conflicts, loneliness, irritability, self-doubt, depression, or are you worried about a friend?

School-based YES Behavioral Health Support Specialists are offering virtual, drop-in ZOOM open office hours.

Drop-in/schedule a time during virtual staff hours
Lake Washington School District Virtual Office Hours

Services are available to all students at no cost whether you have previously met with the YES Counselor at your school or not.

Meet Tesla STEM's Y.E.S. Counselor: Cora Goss-Grubb

 


I am a Behavioral Health Support Specialist from Youth Eastside Services (YES) and I look forward to supporting your students for a second year!

A few reasons I meet with students and/or their families:

  • School-related stress and transition/adjustment issues
  • Learning challenges, such as coping with ADHD, etc.
  • Relationship difficulties including peer, parent and other family challenges
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Suicidal thoughts and self-harming behaviors
  • Substance use and being affected by others’ substance use
  • Behavioral and conduct problems
  • Gender Identity exploration
  • Abuse and trauma, including ongoing racialized trauma
  • Loss and grief

To reach me, call: (425) 747-4937, extension 2719
(enter the extension any time during the greetinG)

Leave a message with your name and phone number, the student's name, and a good time to call back

I have a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Washington and I’m a Substance Use Disorder Professional in training… In my work I use a collaborative approach, and focus on student strengths and increasing their emotional awareness and capacity for solving the challenges they encounter. The services I provide are evidence-based, trauma-informed and culturally-sensitive. We might meet for just one session, or for ongoing therapy over several months, individually or in a group…I am available to work with parents, guardians, and other family members to provide parent education and support strategies, assist in resolving conflict, and make referrals to community resources.

YES Webinar Series

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FREE Educational Resource for Parents/Caregivers and Students, brought to you by Youth Eastside Services. Held on a Saturday of each month from 9:30am-12:30pm is our virtual Alcohol Drug Education Class. This is a great way for parents and students (12-19 y.o.) to attend together to gain information on the dangers of current substance abuse trends, effects of substances on the developing body and brain (including the dangers of mixing substances), along with where to turn for help with substance abuse & mental health issues. Students will also gain tools and skills to make more informed decisions for their futures. Go to https://www.youtheastsideservices.org/services/school-based-services/  to register for this FREE educational opportunity for parents and students to attend together. Next class dates are April 24, May 22 & June 19.  All classes are no cost to families, on Saturdays, and run virtually from 9:30am – 12:30pm.  Thank you for spreading the word about this important resource!  Questions? Contact Andrea Frost at 425-747-4937 x2721 or andreaf@youtheastsideservices.org