PAL - Partnership Access Line
1-866-599-PALS

palforkids.org, 1-866-599-7257
 
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What does a provider get by calling PAL?

  • immediate phone advice from an expert

  • free tools to help you and your patient (like patient advice handouts, rating scales, local resource lists tailored to your patient, etc.)

  • access for your DSHS or Healthy Options
    patients to a rapid in person or telemedicine consultation with a child mental health expert at Seattle Children’s Hospital
    Appointment locations:
    • Seattle
    • Spokane
    • Olympia
    • Longview
    • Wenatchee
    • Richland

  • reimbursement for your time on the phone, obtaining expert consultation from PAL, regarding DSHS fee-for-service clients.
    (call 866-599-7257 or click here for details)


The Partnership Access Line (PAL) is a telephone based child mental health consultation system funded by the state legislature, being implemented now in Washington State. PAL employs child psychiatrists and social workers affiliated with Seattle Children’s Hospital to deliver its consultation services. The PAL team is available to any primary care provider throughout Washington State.

Washington’s primary care providers are encouraged to call the PAL toll free number 866-599-7257 as often as they would like. PAL provides rapid consultation responses during business hours (M-F, 8-5) for any type of child mental health issue that arises with any child.

*For holiday closure hours, please reference the FAQ section of this website.


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“This is an invaluable program for us primary care pediatricians.”

“Wonderful service! I never dreamed I could make one call and get to speak directly to a psychiatrist. Thanks so much.”

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