Washington teens are contending with broken medical and social systems that have failed to keep up with the rise of especially powerful drugs like fentanyl.
Hannah Furfaro covers mental health for The Seattle Times.
Disordered eating became more common during the pandemic. But it's tough to find treatment in Washington. Here's what to know when looking for evidence-based care.
Eating disorders are in a gray area between physical and mental health conditions. Aided by this ambiguity, some insurers deny sick patients’ recommended care.
Seattle Times artist Jennifer Luxton was influenced by a teen's personal sketchbook as she animated a film about what it's like to have an eating...
Although the severity of eating disorders in Washington appears to be getting worse, getting insurance coverage for treatment continues to be a struggle.
Washington is expected to pay nearly $30 million for a closed psychiatric hospital that, until recently, housed 13% of King County's involuntary treatment beds.
Amid pandemic-related isolation and new desires for connectedness, horticultural therapy and related interventions can help relieve stress and boost your mood.
A major accident investigation team was deployed around noon Sunday to the scene of a T-bone crash in the Tacoma Tideflats, where one car caught...
Calls to Washington's new 988 mental health crisis line surged in its first year, but the state still struggles to pair demand with treatment and...
Internal emails and a meeting agenda show top state officials corresponded with corporate owners weeks before a big Washington psychiatric hospital announced plans to close.