(formerly known as Behavioral Health program)

**Offices in Kent and SeaTac are offering in-person and remote counseling services.**

We are offering Ukrainian support groups for refugees and immigrants, held virtually on Mondays at 4:00pm. Please contact Alina from the CSEW navigation team for referrals and inquiries at

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We are also offering Afghan support groups for refugees and immigrants. In this group you will discuss your problems and get the support and guidance you need. REWA’s staff and consultants will facilitate the meeting and discussion. Contact Mohammad Safi via email or phone for participation in this group at, 206-423-7310.

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For counseling referrals, please email

To request an intake appointment or for help navigating Seattle’s mental health system, please email

ReWA offers

  • Individual and family counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Psychiatric services
  • Services in English, Arabic, Turkish, Dari, Farsi, Pashto, Kurdish, and Somali.
  • Information and referral services
  • Workshops on topics including
    • providing mental health services for immigrant communities
    • Cultural competencies for immigrant communities
    • health and wellness for immigrant communities
    • female-specific therapy for immigrant communities.

Issues we can help you address

  • Adjusting to new culture
  • Trauma triggers
  • Grief and loss
  • Anger management
  • Fear/phobia management

and more…

  • Parenting challenges
  • Loneliness/isolation
  • Relationship issues
  • Self advocacy
  • Healthy conflict resolution
  • Chronic stress
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Covid-19 education
  • Prioritizing and decision-making
  • Help building support networks

Are you feeling anxious or isolated?

Mental Health Impacts of Covid-19*

Farsi – فارسی دری
Arabic – العربية
Pashto – پښتو

*Produced with funding from Washington State Department of Health

ReWA has been helping families tap into their own strength and resilience since 2002 and is a licensed community mental health provider.

Many refugees and immigrants suffer from stress, depression, and anxiety associated with displacement that often remains untreated for long periods of time. As new arrivals, our clients also must contend with the often overwhelming effects of acculturation and other stressors as they rebuild their lives in a new country.

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