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Statewide Resources

Washington Recovery Helpline

Call 1-888-789-1511 24/7 for help with substance use, problem gambling, and mental health.

Learn About Treatment

Find help for yourself or a loved one for substance abuse.

Oxford Houses

Multiple Locations

Oxford Houses are drug- and alcohol-free residences that support people in their recoveries.

Kitsap Substance Use & Addition Resources

Kitsap Substance Use & Addition Resources

Agapé Unlimited

4841 Auto Center Way, Suite 101 Bremerton, WA 98312
360-373-1529

State-certified, outpatient substance use disorder treatment for youth (ages 13-18) and adults. Individual, family, and group counseling, intensive outpatient program, court-ordered assessments, Alcohol and Drug Information School, DUI assessments, relapse prevention program, deferred prosecution program, and sober-living housing. Free, licensed, on-site childcare provided to those accessing services.

Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP)

Agape Unlimited
360-377-0370

Three-year case management program for pregnant and parenting mothers who have maternal alcohol and drug use. Provides home visitation, support and transportation. Support to create personalized goals for success in recovery.

Kitsap Recovery Center

Outpatient Services: 1026 Sidney Rd. Port Orchard, WA 98366
Inpatient and Detox: 661 Taylor Street, Port Orchard, WA 98366
360-337-4625

Offers inpatient treatment (up to 60 days), sub-acute detox, DSHS assessments and referrals, court-ordered assessments, case management, Drug Court outpatient treatment, and family programs.

Cascadia – Bountiful Life

2817 Wheaton Way, Suite 205 Bremerton, WA 98310
360-373-0155

Offers outpatient, intensive outpatient, aftercare programs, alcohol/drug information school, assessments (including DUI), and case management. Accepts Medicaid.

Penninsula Community Health Services

360-377-3776

Offers Medication Assisted Treatment programs (Suboxone, Vivitrol) and sobriety support counseling.

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe

7550 Little Boston Road NE Kingston, WA 98346
360-598-3311

Services for tribal members include individual and group counseling for adolescents and adults, chemical dependency assessments (including DUI assessments), inpatient referrals, intensive outpatient, outpatient, and continuing care groups.

Problem Gambling Services, Suquamish Wellness Center

18490 Suquamish Way Suquamish, WA 98392
360-598-3311

Offers assessments and individual, family, and group sessions. Services available to all community members. Call or walk in for more information.

Suquamish Wellness Center

18490 Suquamish Way Suquamish, WA 98392
360-598-3311

Offers outpatient and intense outpatient programs, detox referral, monthly monitoring groups, individual substance use counseling, drug court treatment, and inpatient referral & coordination. Services available to all community members –accepts Medicaid (Apple Health). Call or walk in to schedule intake.

West Sound Treatment Center

360-876-9430

Offers Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient programs, relapse prevention, employment services (see CORE Services in Employment section of this Guide), sober housing (see Housing section of this Guide), court-ordered assessments (including DUI and CPS), and services for individuals on Medically Assisted Treatment. Call or complete request for services application on website.

Needle Exchanges

Kitsap Public Health

345 6th Street, Suite 300 Bremerton, WA
360-728-2235 (Call for hours)

Syringe exchange is anonymous. Syringes are exchanged one-for-one. Also provides biohazard containers, which can be returned when full. Ask about other free supplies.

Ostrich Bay Exchange (Mobile Site)

253-470-6534 (Call for hours)

Clean injection supplies, overdose kits, condoms, pregnancy tests.

Pierce Substance Use & Addition Resources

Pierce Substance Use & Addition Resources

Comprehensive Life Resources

1305 Tacoma Ave S Suite #305 Tacoma WA 98402
253-396-5800

Primarily serves those living in Tacoma City limits and the part of Pierce County accessible via the Narrows Bridge. Provides a variety of outpatient, emergency, and residential services, including both level 1 and level 2 outpatient and court-ordered substance use treatment. No appointment needed, walk-in hours available.

Consejo Counseling and Referral Service – Tacoma

5915 Orchard St W Unit B Tacoma, WA 98466
253-414-7461

Services are tailored to monolingual, immigrant, and low-income youth and adults. Consejo’s individually tailored treatment services include a comprehensive intake assessment, individual treatment sessions, group therapy sessions, case management, outreach, engagement, and family services.

Crossroads Treatment Center

10828 Gravelly Lake Dr SW Suite #204 Lakewood WA 98499
253-473-7474

Provides alcohol & drug information school, DUI assessments and general substance use disorder assessments, DUI victim impact panel, outpatient substance use disorder treatment services as well as intensive outpatient treatment.

Exodus Counseling & Treatment Services

918 Alder Ave Sumner WA 98390
253-891-2662

Provides alcohol & drug information school, DUI assessments and outpatient chemical dependency treatment services.

F.H. Counseling & Associates

917 Pacific Ave Ste 213-214 Tacoma WA 98402
253-777-4772

Offers substance use disorder treatment services including outpatient, intensive outpatient, alcohol & drug information school, DUI evaluations and family, couples and individual counseling. Fees are due upon services. If you would like to bill your insurance or Employee Assistance Program for your sessions, please complete the registration process at least 24 hours prior to your initial appointment, this is to verify the accuracy of your benefits. It will be expected that you pay for your session privately if your insurance information is not completed prior to your visit.

Foundation for Multicultural Solutions – El Camino

2316 S State St Suite B Tacoma WA 98405
253-572-3214

Provides alcohol & drug information school, DUI assessments, outpatient chemical dependency treatment services as well as intensive outpatient treatment.

Graham Outpatient Clinic – Prosperity Wellness Center

22007 Meridian Ave E Suite A Graham WA 98338
253-375-7230

A co-occurring program, focusing on substance use, mental health, relationships, and historic trauma. The program focuses on the creation of a recovery cycle process, to promote balanced living and interruption of the addiction behavioral cycle; each person identifies through individual and group sessions. Accepts Department of Social and Health Services, Medical Coverage. Some of our patients and their families who are not covered by health insurance self-fund their treatment.

Holistic Recovery

1001 S Yakima Ave Suite #14 Tacoma WA 98405
253-267-5402

To provide housing, services, treatment, and support to mothers and children impacted by chemical dependence, and to help them achieve and maintain reunification through healing, self-sufficiency, and clean and sober living. New Phoebe House is a transitional recovery program that houses 16 women and their children. Women must have a phone screening and an in person interview prior to admission and qualify through Coordinated Entry.

Metropolitan Development Counsel (MDC) – Healthcare Services

721 S Fawcett Suite #201 Tacoma WA 98402
253-383-3921

Services include detoxification services for those who wish to become sober and Behavioral Health and Chemical Dependency services for youth and adults, and DUI Alternative Detention.

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group

Puyallup: Good Sam Mental Health,325 Pioneer St, Rm A158, Puyallup, WA 98372
Tacoma: Christ Episcopal Church,310 N K St, Tacoma, WA 98403
253-677-6629

Provides support for recovery to individuals and families living with mental illness. – Educates individuals, families and the community, providing facts about mental illness, treatment and recovery and erasing the myths. – Advocates for state, local and national laws and policies that will improve the quality of life for citizens with mental illness, especially those who cannot speak for themselves.

Skagit Substance Use & Addition Resources

Skagit Substance Use & Addition Resources

Skagit Helps

Resources to help with housing and basic needs, drug or alcohol use, depression or anxiety, suicide or self-harm, or just finding someone to talk to.

Skagit Rising

Education about and resources for substance use disorders, particularly opioid use disorder.

Provides a set of services to support you if you have substance use or mental health disorders and have trouble navigating the services you need on your path to recovery. There is no cost to you. You must request the services of a coordinator and have a way for the coordinator to contact you.

Northwest Regional Council – Care Coordination

Provides a set of services to support you if you have substance use or mental health disorders and have trouble navigating the services you need on your path to recovery. There is no cost to you. You must request the services of a coordinator and have a way for the coordinator to contact you.

Sea Mar CHC – Mount Vernon Behavioral Health Center

1010 East College Way, Suite 100, Mount Vernon
360-542-8920

Services offered are drug dependency and detox.

SEA MAR MOUNT VERNON MEDICAL & DENTAL

1400 N La Venture Road, Mount Vernon
360-428-4075

Services offered are drug dependency and detox.

SEA MAR HEALTH CARE FOR THE HOMELESS

1010 E College Way, Mount Vernon
360-542-8899

Services offered are drug dependency and detox.

Didgʷálič Wellness Center

8212 S. March Point Road, Anacortes
360-588-2800

Services offered include Substance Use Disorder Counseling, Gambling Counseling, Medication assisted therapies (Suboxone, Vivitrol, Methadone), DUI/Deferred Prosecution, client support services, transportation, onsite child watch among others. Open to all community members, not only tribal members. Medicaid and Private Insurance accepted.

Swinomish Alcohol Program

Swinomish Social Services Building, 17334 Reservation Road, Anacortes
360-466-1024 (call for appointment)

Provides Native Americans with assessment, individual therapy, outpatient group sessions, DUI/Deferred Prosecutions, inpatient referral service, youth education treatment services, Medication assisted treatment (Suboxone)

Pioneer Center North

1960 Thompson Drive, Sedro-Woolley,WA98284
360-856-3186

Pioneer Center North (PCN) is a voluntary treatment facility that provides residential treatment for people who are struggling with substance use disorders and chronic behavioral health issues. An inter-disciplinary team of substance abuse counselors, case managers, nurses and other specialists coordinate a comprehensive range of services to meet this population’s unique needs. The average resident receives 30 to 50 hours of programming a week. Evaluations/referrals and applications are pre-requisites. Program accepts individuals who are 18 years and older who meet the criteria for intensive inpatient services or long-term residential treatment. The following payment methods are accepted: Medicaid, Washington state Apple Health, Fee for Service (Native American population), CJTA funding and private pay. Private insurance is not accepted. To start the application process,please fill out the Pioneer Center Northapplicationand either fax or mail it back to us.

Skagit Community Detox

201 Lila Lane, Burlington 98233
360-757-7738

The Skagit Community Detox center is a 16-bed sub-acute detoxification program that ensures safe withdrawal from alcohol and drugs, provides substance use disorder assessment referrals, and assists clients with arranging aftercare. The Center serves North Sound region adult residents for detox and provides services for those in crisis due to their substance abuse disorders. It offers a 7-day Suboxone Tapering Program for opioid addition. Individuals can self-refer if in crisis.

Skagit County Mobile Syringe Exchange Program

360-416-1500 for information

A 1:1 syringe exchange project focused on risk reduction for adult IV drug users. Mobile bus also offers safe disposal containers, equipment, substance use disorder counseling and referrals.

More Healthcare & Safety Guides

Healthcare & Insurance Guide

Learn more about insurance options during and after incarceration including Medicaid / Apple Health, Medicare, private insurance, and organizations that will help you find insurance.

Statewide

Healthcare FAQ

This extensive set of questions covers how to find, apply for, and use health insurance, including reduced fee and free options.

Mental & Behavioral Health

Numerous 24-hour hotlines for immediate support and organizations throughout Washington supporting people with mental and behavioral health services.

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Substance Use & Addiction Support

Many organizations and hotlines are available to support you with substance use problems, needle exchanges, and other addiction issues such as gambling.

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