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The North Sound Youth and Family Coalition (YFC) gathers every month to share our thoughts, listen, and learn from others. Here, different perspectives work together to build relationships and create change in behavioral health/mental health services.


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Have a Voice. Be Heard.

“The North Sound Youth and Family Coalition helps me to stay in the loop with what's happening in the behavioral health system at the county, state and federal level. This impacts all of us on an individual level and I appreciate the opportunity to have my voice among the conversations happening in Washington state.”

- Nina Weaver

“As a community member of Skagit County, I am moved by the ideas and conversations that are generated within the Coalition. It is wonderful to see the commitment to improving the well-being of families and youth from so many people in our region.”

- Alicia Hughes

News & Articles of Interest

Forefront Cares

 25 JULY 2017  Alicia Hughes

I recently learned about Forefront Suicide Prevention wanted to share this resource out to our community. Here is a little more about Forefront: Mission: Forefront advances innovative approaches to suicide prevention through policy change, professional training, campus...

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The History of WISe

8 MAY 2019

Washington State’s Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe) began in 2014 and is designed to provide intensive support and services to assist youth and families in achieving wellness and safety, and to strengthen communities.

WISe is now statewide as of June 30, 2018.

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