Service Provider (institution) Name / type of Resource Phone Number Address Time(s) available - operating hours Brief explanation of resource (including, if applicable: cost, populations served, immigration status for services, languages served, other accessibility considerations) Link to website, if available Are interpreter services provided? Y/N. If Yes, which languages? Are there eligibility criteria required for accessing the resource (e.g., income level, immigrant status, residence, etc)
Substance Use Disorder Services at Seattle Counseling Service Substance use counseling services and Mental health services 206-323-1768 2033 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121 Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM Substance abuse counseling is provided and they even have inpatient services available. They have sliding scales options available and they do accept some health insurances. Due to recent policy change, they are only acceptign medicaid and low income patients to focus more on socioeconomically disadvatnage people. $120 per individual counseling session, $50 per group session, $155 for a Drug & Alcohol evaluation/assessment costs are some of their pricing for some services. They serve any individual no matter what race, immigration status, creed or nationality. They do specialize in LGBTQ population so people may be referred to a clinic more adapt to their needs. https://seattlecounseling.org/ Yes, they only offer services in English, Spanish and Chinese right now. No, treatment is provided regardless of race, nationality, immigration status etc. they may refer you elsewhere, since their mission is to meet the needs of the LGBTQ community
Counseling & Addiction Services at Jewish Family Service's Eastside Branch and Multi-Ethnic Center Counseling & Addiction Services 425-643-2221 15821 Northeast 8th Street, Bellevue, WA 98008 Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM They service people impacted by trauma; people connected to Jewish community and identity; people navigating substance abuse and addiction; and teens and young adults with mental health and substance abuse cousneling. They accept Regence, Kaiser Permanente PPO, Premera, Lifewise, First Choice PPO, and Molina (Medicaid). They also have sliding scale services that are based on income and range from $36-$120 and hour. They work with clients so that payment is not a barrier. They are not equipped to aid in emergency crisis services. https://www.jfsseattle.org/get-help/counseling-and-addiction-services/ Yes, they use telephone interpreter services for any language. Yes, each service provided has different criteria, but for income, there are no minimums, and this office will see you regardless of race, sexual orientation, etc.
Youth Drop-In Center at Youthcare's University District Youth Center (UDYC) Mental health counseling, on-site drug and alcohol counseling and referral services 206-639-3410 4516 15th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9AM-3PM, Tuesday 11AM-3PM, Saturday 10AM-1PM. They provide mental health and chemical dependency supportive services, as well as case management and legal aid. Serves ages 12-24. Onsite mental health and chemical dependency counseling is offered through the Ryther Center for Children and Youth https://youthcare.org/homeless-youth-services/engagement-services/university-district-youth-center/ No UDYC serves for young people ages 12-24
Counseling at Northshore Youth & Family Services Counseling for Mental Health and Outpatient substance abuse treatment for adolescence 425-485-6541 19201 120th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011 M-Th, 9am-8pm; F, 9am-3pm. Provides individual, family, and couples counseling and outpatient substance abuse treatment for youth, including prevention and intervention. They also offer family life education, support groups, and a teen parenting program. They have a counseling fee of $100. They accept WA Apple Health (Medicaid) for King County only. They also get private insurance and work on a sliding scale. Clients receiving public assistance should call for special fee rates if they do not have insurance or Medicaid. They will see clients no matter the race, color, national and ethnic origin, immigration status, religion, political beliefs, gender identity and expression, sex, sexual orientation, age, physical and mental ability, socioeconomic status, marital status, family/parental status and military status in any of its services, programs or operations. http://www.northshoreyouthandfamilyservices.org Yes, they offer services in Vietnamese, Tagalog, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Khmer, Japanese, and Cambodian Yes, they serve adults, youth, couples, and families living within the Northshore School District, Skykomish School District, and neighboring communities in North King and South Snohomish counties, including Bothell and Kenmore Woodinville, and Skykomish, but will take clients from other areas.
Counseling at Wellspring Family Services in Redmond Counseling for individual adults, children, couples, and families 206-524-9055 16150 Northeast 85th Street, Redmond, WA 98052 M-F, 8am-6pm This clinic provides professional outpatient counseling and support to help individual adults, couples, children, and families sustain emotionally healthy lives. Counseling may include managing stress, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, cultural conflicts, grief and loss, marriage difficulties, parenting conflicts, and aging and transitions. They also accept private insurance such as Premera, Regence, Aetna, First Choice, Kaiser Permanente, Bridgespan, Lifewise, and other insurances, and private pay. Reduced fees for counseling services are available. https://wellspringfs.org/services/counseling/ Yes, they use telephone interpreter services for any language. Services are available to anyone. Not appropriate for those experiencing life-threatening crises.
Asian Counseling and Referral Services Dual Diagnosis Services at Asian Counseling and Referral Service in Seattle 206-695-7600 3639 MLK Jr. Way S Seattle, WA 98144 M-F, 9AM-4PM, by appointment only due to the pandemic ACRS provices behavioral health and wellness such as adult and youth mental health services, psychiatric evaluations, medication management, Eastern approaches to health, case management, and counseling. ACRS also provices recovery services such as adult and youth substance use disorders, problem gambling, and senior wellness programs. https://acrs.org/services/recovery-services/ Yes, they offer services in over 40 Asian and Pacific Islander languages and dialects and American Sign Language. Both in-person interpretation and telephone interpretation. No, however ACRS specializes in serving the Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities; American born, refugees, and immigrants in the Pacific Northwest Region. Special note: they will not exlude or deny help to anyone because of their race and will help anyone. Depending on eligibility, most services are free of charge or charged on a slide-scale fee based on income and family size.
Sound Substance use counseling services and Mental health services 206-901-2000 Sound - Capitol Hill Building 1600 E Olive St. Seattle, WA 98122 M-F, 8AM-5PM, by appointment only. Walk-in hours are M,T,W,F 8:30AM-12PM. Sound - Capitol Hill provides addiction treatment, chemical dependency + abuse services, crisis response, grief + loss counseling, group therapy, individual therapy and counseling, integrated substance and mental health treatment, in-patient and out-patient therapy, overdose protection, psychological and psychiatric services, stress management, and trauma services. https://www.sound.health/blog/locations/sound-seattle-capitol-hill/ Yes, they specialize in providing sign language interpretation No, treatment is provided regardless of race, nationality, immigration status etc. they may refer you elsewhere, since their mission is to meet the needs of the LGBTQ community
Harborview Medical Center UW Medicine Mental Health and Addiction Services 206-744-9657 Patricia Steel Building, 401 Broadway, 1st floor, Seattle, WA 98104 M-F, 8AM-5PM, by appointment only. Not open on the Weekends. Comprehensive mental health care services at Harborview: Located three blocks from the main hospital at Harborview Medical Center, Mental Health and Addictions Services (HMHAS) at Harborview provides integrated mental health and chemical dependency services in an outpatient setting. The dedicated staff includes board-certified psychiatrists, psychiatric residents, primary care physicians, nurses, case managers, peer support specialists, master’s level therapists and chemical dependency professionals. https://www.uwmedicine.org/locations/addictions-program-harborview Yes, patients can call the HMC number to get in touch with one, as they specialize in Amharic, Cambodian, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Tigrigna and Vietnamese. Yes, this resource does ask that patients verify information pertaining to factors such as insurance, finances, immigrant status, and residency as a new patient. This institution does not discriminate against factors such as race/religion/sexual oritentation.
Virginia Mason Francisan Health Behavioral Health Department Collaborative Care Services 206-223-6762 1100 9th Ave, Seattle, WA 980101 M-F, 8AM-5PM, by appointment only. Not open on the Weekends. "The Behavioral Health Department uses a Collaborative Care Model. This model allows patients connected to a primary care provider at Virginia Mason to receive both physical and behavioral health care at a familiar location. This model includes the Primary Care Team, a Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) and a Consulting Psychiatrist, who collaborate on patient care. Your primary care provider (PCP) will make a referral to Behavioral Health if the model is appropriate for you." https://www.virginiamason.org/behavioral-health Yes, they specialize in Koreon, Spanish, Russian, aside from English. Yes, this resource does ask that patients verify information pertaining to factors such as insurance, finances, immigrant status, and residency as a new patient. This institution does not discriminate against factors such as race/religion/sexual oritentation.
EvergreenHealth Mental Health EvergreenHealth Mental Health is a public rehab located in Kirkland, Washington. (425) 947-1303 EvergreenHealth Mental Health
11800 Northeast 128th Street
MS 74 Kirkland WA, 98034
M-F, 8AM-5PM, by appointment only. Not open on the Weekends. They specialize in dual diagnosis and mental health. "Many of those suffering from addiction also suffer from mental or emotional illnesses like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, or anxiety disorders. Rehab and other substance abuse facilities treating those with a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorder administer psychiatric treatment to address the person's mental health issue in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation." They also offer group or individualized therapy sessions. To recieve a cost estimate call (425) 899-3632 to speak with a patient financial counselor. https://www.evergreenhealth.com/ Yes, EvergreenHealth will provide interpreter services at no charge. As they also specialize in ASL/English. Yes, this resource does ask that patients verify information pertaining to factors such as insurance, finances, immigrant status, and residency as a new patient. This institution does not discriminate against factors such as race/religion/sexual oritentation.
Providence Mental Health/Substance Abuse 1-425-525-3355 1801 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98057 M-F, 8AM-5PM, by appointment only. Not open on the Weekends. Providence is “integrating mental health care into primary care clinics across our regions. By screening for problems, they can spot and treat them early. They have created a system-wide process to treat depression. It provides guidelines for screening and assessment, care and medication, and resources for patient and family education, with a tool kit for each. In the Seattle area, we have a program for pregnant women with substance abuse problems, the only program like it in the Puget Sound area. They care for women in any stage of pregnancy using any substance.” They are also advacing their practice in other areas to reach more individuals who may be affected by mental health illness or substance abuse.
https://www.providence.org/providence The hospital has access to unbiased and trained professional interpreters for a number of foreign languages as well as American Sign Language. This service is free of charge to patients. The line to reach the service is: 888-429-3464 Seattle Indian Health Board Chemical Dependency Program at Seattle Indian Health Board 206-324-9360 611 12th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104 M-F, 9am-6pm. Provides medical, dental, mental health, chemical dependency, outpatient youth services and community education services with a focus on the American Indian and Alaska Native community. Offers maternal and infant health services as well as the WIC program. Additionally provides emergency assistance and safety planning for victims of domestic violence. http://www.sihb.org/ttc/ Yes, there are interpreter services, but a two weeks' notice is required for interpreter services. Primarily American Indian and Alaska Native communities, but open to everyone. Clients must be eligible to receive medical care at SIHB. Poly-substance users allowed with close follow-up.
Friends of Youth Outpatient Treatment Services at Friends of Youth in Duvall 425-844-9669 26420 Northeast Virginia Street, Suite 2, Duvall, WA 98019 M-F, 8:30am-5pm. evening appointments may be available. Provides residential and community services for youth and their families. Services include shelter and outreach, basic needs, a drop-in center, case management, counseling, substance use disorder prevention, intervention and aftercare and other wraparound services. Also provides a residential program for boys who are juvenile offenders, family support and youth development as well as parenting classes. Places children into foster care, including therapeutic foster care and provides support services to all foster parents. Outreach teams distribute food, clothing, hygiene supplies, first-aid, bus tickets and referral information at various locations where youth congregate. https://friendsofyouth.org Spanish, Interpreter services Youth ages 11-21 and their families.
Pioneer Human Services Sobering Services at Pioneer Human Services at Yesler Building 206-768-1990 400 Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98104 24 hours daily Provides a chance for change to people overcoming the challenges of conviction histories, substance use disorders, and mental health issues by offering treatment, housing, training, and employment services. They also Provide a clean, safe, supervised facility for intoxicated individuals to "sleep off" the effects of alcohol and other drugs. Referrals to detoxification, chemical dependency treatment, and other social services are available and encouraged. It also offers case management, limited chemical dependency assessments, and outpatient treatment. https://pioneerhumanservices.org/treatment/centers?tid=19#0 Interpreter services There is no application process. Walk-ins welcome.
Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers, Inc. Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Services at Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers, Inc. - Edmonds 425-670-3664 7935 Lake Ballinger Way, Edmonds, WA 98026 M-F, 7:30am-5:30-pm. Provides comprehensive outpatient services for individuals with substance use disorder and their families. The consultation offers a free assessment with a counselor to determine eligibility for benefits. Provides a 72-hour Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program consisting of Phases I and II. Phase I: - Program consists of individual counseling, alcohol and drug education, and group therapy. - Meets five evenings weekly over four weeks for the adult program, three evenings weekly over eight weeks for the adolescent program. Phase II: - Meets one night per week. - Adult program lasts 26 weeks, the adolescent program is ten weeks. - Includes ongoing group therapy sessions and family group counseling. - Day program is also available. Individual group counseling is available. Group therapy is monitored for deferred prosecution. Court Referral Service evaluates the client's involvement with alcohol and other drugs and recommends an appropriate course of action. Provides DUI Assessments. http://www.lakesidemilam.com Interpreter services Anyone with an alcohol or drug problem and their families.
DESC Substance Use Disorder Services at DESC's Wall Street Clinical Services 206-441-3043 222 Wall St, Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98121 M-F, 9am-5pm. Provide assessments/screening, individual counseling, group counseling, case management, and brief intervention. Counselors to work in coordination with mental health case managers in both the emergency shelter and in supportive housing projects. Outpatient substance use disorder services usually require fewer than nine hours per week of attendance, which may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, life skills training, primary health care, perinatal health care, a program for family members, relapse prevention services, a continuing care program and supportive services (such as child care, transportation, and parenting skills development). Length of service can be anywhere between six months to two years, depending on the needs of the individual and court order. Intensive Outpatient Treatment Provides outpatient substance use disorder services that usually requires 9-20 hours per week of attendance, which may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, life skills training, primary health care, perinatal health care, a program for family members, relapse prevention services, a continuing care program and supportive services (such as child care, transportation, and parenting skills development). Agency provides DBHR-certified service(s). http://desc.org Interpreter services Adults with chronic substance use issues as well as those with co-occurring mental disorders.
University of Washington Psychological Services and Training Center (The Clinic) at University of Washington's Department of Psychology 206-543-6511 3917 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105 M-Th, 8:30am-7pm; F, 8:30am-5pm. Provides psychotherapy and other psychological services to residents of the Seattle metropolitan area. Staff therapists work with people of all ages who are experiencing psychological distress. Serves children and adolescents with a wide variety of problems, ranging from behavioral difficulties in school or at home to sadness and low self-esteem. It also serves adults experiencing such problems as anxiety, depression, and family and relationship difficulties. Psychotherapy fees are determined according to the Clinic's two-tiered fee scale and based on the client's gross annual income. For psychotherapy intakes, all clients pay a price that includes an intake interview and initial psychological testing. Does not accept any health insurance program. http://www.psych.uw.edu/psych.php?p=362 Interpreter services Residents of the greater Seattle area. Clients must not require hospitalization or intensive medical care.
Therapeutic Health Services Adult Substance Use Disorder Treatment at Therapeutic Health Services on Seneca 206-323-0930 1300 Spring Street, Seattle, WA 98104 M-Th, 7am-5:30pm; F, 7am-4:30pm. Provides treatment for children, youth, and families with substance use and mental health disorders. Operates ten locations located in King and Snohomish counties. Clinicians provide a complete range of primary and supplemental services, including language and cultural expertise, family and community support, vocational services, crisis intervention, parenting and communications classes, and housing assistance. Offers specialized co-occurring disorders programs for youth and adults. It also helps veterans access housing and VA benefits. All services are available on a sliding scale fee schedule. Accepts private insurance and private pay clients. WA Apple Health (Medicaid) is taken. https://ths-wa.org/alcohol-drug/ Interpreter services Adults ages 18 and older
Consejo Counseling & Referral Service Adult Substance Use Disorder Services at Consejo Counseling & Referral Service in Seattle 206-461-4880 3808 South Angeline Street, Seattle, WA 98118 M-F, 8am-5pm. Service hours vary. Provides mental health services including counseling, assessment, family and group therapy and case management, as well as culturally relevant mental health services for children and adolescents. Primarily serves the Spanish-speaking Latino population. Provides counseling and therapy for mental health issues including domestic violence, gambling addiction and substance use disorder. Some services specialize in older adults, individuals with disabilities and sexual assault victims and survivors. Also provides substance use disorder treatment for adults and youth. https://consejocounseling.org/1substance-use-disorder-program/ Spanish Primarily serves monolingual, immigrant, low-income, Spanish-speaking adults, but will serve others.
Valley Cities Adult Substance Use Disorder Services at Valley Cities at Pike Place 253-833-7444 1537 Western Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101 M-F, 8:30am-5pm. Offers a wide range of behavioral healthcare services to children, adolescents, adults, and older adults through individual, family, marital, and group therapies, psychiatric assessments, medication management, and case management. Provides supported employment services. It alsolsolsolsolso offers mental health services and housing specifically for veterans. Accepts WA Apple Health (Medicaid) https://www.valleycities.org/substance-use-care Interpreter services Must be aged 18 or older, Medicaid eligible, or fall into one or more of the following populations or exceptions: Pregnant, Suspects, or has been diagnosed with, opioid addiction and use IV needles. Veterans Serve both court-ordered individuals and those that have made the decision on their own or with their family to seek treatment.
2nd Chance Recovery Center 2ND CHANCE RECOVERY CENTER, LLC (206) 242-4915 235 SOUTHWEST 153RD STREET
BURIEN, WA 98166
8:00am to 5:00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
9:30am to 2:00pm on Friday
9:30am to 12noon on Saturday
CLOSED on Sunday
Alcohol/Drug Evaluations CPS/DP/DV Assessments WPHS/DOH Assessments Deferred Prosecutions Anger Management Class Relapse Prevention Program Intensive Outpatient Care Domestic Violence Therapy Moral Reconation Therapy, DBMRT and Anger Management. Only accepts private insurance and cash, provides a sliding scale for those who require financial assistance. http://2ndchancerecoverycenter.com/ No Intervention classes can be provided for adolescents but for treatment services, patients need to be 18 or older
A Positive Alternative A Positive Alternative 206-547-1955 4649 Sunnyside Ave N Suite 200
Seattle WA 98103
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9AM-4:30PM, Tuesday 11AM-5:30PM, Friday 9AM-12PM. They offer outpatient treatment programs for chemical dependency for women and men. The extensive assessment process, phone calls, and in-person meetings led to a formal assessment. They mainly focus on alcohol and marijuana abuse. The bill most large insurances; this clinic is not networked with insurance. They can provide a payment plan. https://apositivealternative.com/ They can provide interpreter if requested Typically ages 35 and older, peer-focused groups, so they want relatability. Gender focused treatment and in the future begin to include non-binary, transgender groups
A Walk to Freedom Counseling A Walk to Freedom Counseling (253) 939-2211 514 Auburn Way N
Auburn, WA 98002-4335
Monday-Thursday: 9:00AM-6:00PM Friday: 9:00AM-4:00PM
Closed on Tuesdays from 12:00PM-1:30PM
Mental Health Services include Brief Intervention Treatment, Individual Treatment, and Supported Employment Substance Use Disorder Services include Problem, Alcohol, and Drug Information School, Level 1 Outpatient, Level II Intensive Outpatient, Screening and Brief Intervention, Supported Employment, DUI Assessment. They also accept Medicaid/ Apple Health insurance https://awalktofreedom.com/ They can provide interpreter if requested Patients need to be 13 or older
Associated Behavioral Health Care, Inc. Associated Behavioral Health Care, Inc. - Bellevue Main 425.646.7279 1800 112th Avenue NE Suite 150W Bellevue, WA 98004 M-F, 8am-5:30pm. Mental Health Services include individual Treatment, Psychiatric Medication, and Medication Support. Substance Use Disorder Services Problem include help with Alcohol and Drug Information School, Level 1 Outpatient, Level II Intensive Outpatient, DUI Assessment. They also have pathological Gambling Services with problem and pathological Gambling. They accept most private insurances. Medicaid plans are not accepted. Out pocket payments can be financed. https://abhc.com/ No, would be provided through a third party Adolescents are not accepted and patient need to be over the age of 18.
Service Provider (institution) Name / type of Resource Phone Number Address Time(s) available - operating hours Brief explanation of resource Link to website, if available Are interpreter services provided? Y/N. If Yes, which languages? Are there eligibility criteria required for accessing the resource (e.g., income level, immigrant status, residence, etc)
Adult and Family Outpatient Behavioral Health at SeaMar- Everett Behavioral Health Child and Family Resources 425-312-0277 1920 100th St. SE, Suite A2 and C3, Everett, WA 98208 M-F 08:00AM-05:00PM The mission of Adult and Family Outpatient concerns "providers use multidisciplinary practices to develop and maintain your personalized treatment goals. Clients are encouraged to include their families and members of their social support system in their treatment. Our team of mental health therapists, chemical dependency counselors, psychiatric advanced registered nurse practitioners, and psychiatrists specialize in providing culturally competent services." https://www.seamar.org/snohomish-bh-everett-family.html Yes, Spanish Therapeutic Heath Services-Snohimish/Everett branch Substance use service and medication assisted treatment, mental health services, and support programs (425) 347-5121 9930 Evergreen Way, Building Z150 Everett,WA 98204 M-F 7AM-4:30PM
M-F: 6AM-11AM, 11:00AM-12:00PM, 12:00PM-03:45PM,
They accept private insurance, they accept pregnant women, They have walk-ins on Wednesday, https://ths-wa.org/locations/snohomish-everett-branch/ Yes, interpretive services provided for the deaf and hard of hearing, and other languages upon request. Yes, for low income
Community Health Center of Snohomish County, Everett-Central Location Medical Care, Dental Care, Pharmacy, Walk-In Care (425)-382-4000 4201 Rucker Ave,Everett,WA 98203 Monday – Friday 8:00am – 7:00pm, Walk-In Clinic will open from 9:00am to 7:00pm on Thursdays, Saturday & Sunday 9:00am – 6:00pm This clinic does not just offer mental health for substance but also behavioral health, chronic disease management, diabete,s family practice, immunization, internal medicine, nutrition etc. When it comes to behavioral health it covers anxiety depression posttraumatic stress disorder and substance abuse the team at CHC helps overcome mental disorders through their services it just depends on the patient. All you have to do is contact. https://www.chcsno.org/behavioral-health/ Yes, Spanish and others if requested they would get them a translator They provide community resources to everyone including clothing feed discount application housing pregnancy aid financial support services food access and transportation
Sea Mar Community Health Services - Everett Behavioral Health Child & Family Services Mental health assesment, individual/family/group therapy, psychiatric medication management, case management and advocacy (425) 312-0277 1920 100th St. SE, Suite A2 & C3, Everett, WA 98208 M-F: 08:00AM-05:00PM In addition to providing behavioral health services, Sea Mar offers medical, dental, and preventative health services. https://www.seamar.org/snohomish-bh-everett-family.html Yes, Spanish and others if requested they would get them a translator Accepts major insurances, medicaid, as well as providing a sliding scale fee based upon household size and income. Services will be provided regardless of ability to pay.
Sea Mar Community Health Services - Behavioral Health - Everett Mental Health Services and Substance Use Disorder Services (425) 609-5505 5007 Claremont Way Everett, WA 98203 M-Th: 08:00AM-06:00PM
Mental Health Services:
- brief intervention treatment
- individual treatment
- psychiatric medication support
- rehabilitative case manangement.
Substance Use Disorder Servcices:
- alcohol and drug information school
- level I outpatient, level II intensive outpatient
- DUI assesment
https://www.seamar.org/snohomish-bh-everett.html Yes, Spanish and others if requested they would get them a translator Accepts major insurances, medicaid, as well as providing a sliding scale fee based upon household size and income. Services will be provided regardless of ability to pay.
Fairfax Behavioral Health - Monroe Hospital in-patient treatment center, as well as offering out-patient treatment programs. (360) 365-5300 14701 179th Ave. SE Monroe, WA 98272 A LMHP is available 24/7 to help get you started on receiving services via phone call. Otherwise, you can show up to the hospital's location anytime 24/7. Free 24/7 same-day assesments are available if you call 425-284-8300.
The Monroe location offers short-term inpatient treatment programs, and admits both voluntary and involuntary patients.
The out-patient programs offered are partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment. There are programs at Fairfax for teenagers, adults, and seniors.
For substance abuse services, detox treatments are available.
https://www.fairfaxhospital.com/ Yes, interpretive services for the deaf and hard of hearing. Medicare and Medicaid is accepted, and accepts all managed care and private insurance companies.
Providence Regional Medical Center - Behavioral Health Urgent Care Alternative treatment for individuals needing urgent/same-day intervention and services. Does not provide on-going behavioral health treatment, but provides immediate attention for those in crisis and provides resources to receive ongoing treatment. (425) 261-4210 1330 Rockefeller Ave, Suite 140, Everett, WA 98201 Urgent Care Clinic: M-F: 10:00AM-05:00PM As an alternative to traditional Emergency Department behavioral health interventions, the Behavioral Health Urgent Care is dedicated to treating individuals who are in need of intervention without emergency medical treatment. The Urgent Care setting consists of psychiatric nurse practioners, social workers and peer counselors to assess and evaluate behavioral health needs, then proceed based on the type of treatment that is needed. https://www.providence.org/locations/wa/providence-regional-medical-center-everett/behavioral-health-urgent-care-everett Yes, interpretative services are offered in over 80 languages and dialects by phone or video.
Interpretation services and support offered for patients who are blind, deaf, or hard-of-hearing.
Accepts major insurances, medicaid, as well as providing a sliding scale fee based upon household size and income. Services will be provided regardless of ability to pay.
The Center - Place of Hope Mental health out-patient and in-patient treatment center 1-888-771-5166 547 Dayton St. Edmonds, WA 98020 The Center offers treatment programs for depression, addiction, eating disorder, anger mangement, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, as well as Sexual and Emotional Abuse. https://www.aplaceofhope.com/ Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services They partner with major medical inusurances and offer financing programs.
Compas Health - Aurora House Residential psychiatric treatment facility (425) 672-3333 20903 70th Ave W Edmonds, WA 982026 Aurora House is a residential treatment center for adults seeking psychiatric treatment. They offer case management, psychoeducation, psychosocial rehabilitation, behavior modification, as well as offering group and individual therapy. https://www.compasshealth.org/location/aurora-house/ Y, they offer interpreter services for deaf and hard of hearing individuals. They accept medicare, medicaid, and are a private non-profit organization.
Tulalip Behavioral Health and Recovery Community Mental Health Agency Outpatient psychatric treatment facility (360) 716-4347 2821 Mission Hill Road Tulalip, WA 98271 M, T, Th, F, Sat: 08:00AM-04:00PM; W: 10:00AM-05:00PM This treatment center specializes on culturally sensitive approaches to treating mental health illnesses, substance use disorders, and problem/pathological gambling. https://www.tulaliphealthsystem.com/BehavioralHealth/AdultMentalWellness Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services Yes, must be enrolled in a Tulalip tribe or other deferall recognized tribe, or a spouse or partner of an American Indian/Alaska Native in order to receive treatment.
Swedish Hospital Behavioral Health Department 425-640-4098 or (206) 320-3576 21601 76th Ave. W. Edmonds, WA 98026 M-F, 8AM-5PM, by appointment only. They "provide comprehensive behavioral health care from tele-services to inpatient care and are dedicated to decreasing and eliminating the stigma associated with mental illness." Specializing in mental health and substance abuse services. https://www.swedish.org/services/behavioral-health They provide Video Remote Interpretation (VRI) in Amharic, Arabic, ASL Sign Language, Burmese, Cambodian, Cantonese, CDI (Certified Deaf Interpreter), Farsi, French, Haitian-Creole, Hindi, Hmong, Korean, Mandarin, Nepali, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Tigrinya, Ukrainian, Urdu and Vietnamese. (etc.) Catholic Community Services Recovery Centers Substance use disorder and mental health services (425) 258-5270 2610 Wetmore Ave Everett, WA 98201 M-Th: 08:30AM-04:00PM
Level I outpatient, level II intensive outpatient, dui assesment, mental health screening, substance abuse screening, opioid treatment, https://addicthelp.org/listings/catholic-community-services-everett-wetmore-avenue-ccs-recovery-ctr/ Yes, interpretive services for the deaf and hard of hearing, as well as Spanish and other languages upon request. Yes, they accept medicaid, private insurance (HMO, PPO), medicare, self-payment, and income based sliding fee scale.
Evergreen Recovery Center - Lynnwood Detox Center Detoxification treatment center for withdrawal alcohol and/or other drugs. (425) 678-1390 20508 56th Ave W.
Lynnwood, WA 98036
M-F: 06:00AM-04:30PM Focus is on medically supervised alcohol and/or drug detoxification, with on-site medical providers, chemical dependency counselors, and addiction specialties. Offers medical oversight 24/7 while providing drug/alcohol/chemical counseling and recovery support. https://www.evergreenrc.org/ Yes, they provide interpretation for the deaf and hearing impared. They accept: medicare, medicaid, PPO, HMO, Apple, self-pay, and offer an income-based sliding fee scale.
Evergreen Health Monroe - The Recovery Center Substance Use Disorder Evaluations and Treatment at Recovery Center at EvergreenHealth 360-794-1405 17880 147th Ave SE, Monroe, WA 98272 M-F, 08:00AM-06:00PM. Evaluation and referral to outside services, acute medical detoxification, rehabilitation, residential treatment, day or partial treatment, medication assisted abstinence for drugs and alcohol, outpatient services, and family counseling. https://www.recoverycentermonroe.com/our-programs-services/evaluation-referral Yes, EvergreenHealth will provide interpreter services at no charge. As they also specialize in ASL/English. They accept: value options, group health, premera, regence, first choice, uniform medical, managed health networks, HMA, united behavioral health, and tricare.
Therapeutic Health Services (THS) Snohomish-Everett Branch Mental health services, support programs, substance use services, and methadone/suboxone treatment for substance abuse (425) 347-5121 9930 Evergreen Way, Building Z150 Everett, WA 98204 Methadone and Suboxone Dosing Clinic:
Hours of Operation:
M-F: 06:00AM-11:00AM, 12:00PM-03:45PM
Emphasis on alcohol/drug dependency treatment:
- alcohol and drug information school
- assesments for chemical dependency, and mexical exam and evaluation
- adult mental health services
- African-American ethnic mental health specialty
- crisis intervention
- psychiatric evaluation
- mental health court refferals
- case management
- individual/group/family counseling.
https://ths-wa.org/locations/snohomish-everett-branch/ Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services They accept: medicaid, medicare, private insurance, and self-payment. An income based slide fee scale is also available.
Bridgeway Treatment Services Mental health services and Substance Use Disorder seervices (425) 283-5315 2013 19TH St Everett, WA 98201 M-Th: 09:00AM-05:00PM,
Offers alcohol and drug information schooling, DUI assesment, intervention treatment, case management, family/group/individual therapy, as well as being a Level I outpatient treatment center and Level II intensive outpatient treatment center https://bridgewaytreatment.com/ Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services They accept medicaid, private insurance (PPO, HMO), Tricare and self-payment.
The Juanita Center Outpatient substance-abuse counseling program (425) 328-9528 627 5th St. Suite 100A Mukilteo, WA 98275 Provides a 24-hour confidential helpline Substance Use Disorder Services: DUI assesment and Level I outpatient treatment http://www.thejuanitacenter.com/index.html Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services They accept private health insurance (PPO, HMO), self-payment, and offer an income-based sliding fee scale.
Sunrise Services - Everett Substance use disorder and mental health services (425) 493-5800 1021 North Broadway Everett, WA 98201 Sat-Sun: 08:00AM-04:30PM Substance Use Disorder services: DUI assesment, Level I and II outpatient treatment, opiate substituion treatment. Mental Health Services: intervention treatment, individual/family/group therapy, psychiatric medication, recovery peer support. https://sunriseservicesinc.com/contact-us/sunrise-community-behavioral-health-everett/ Yes, they provide interpretation for the deaf and hearing impared. They accept medicaid, self-payment, and offer an income based sliding fee scale.
Asian Counseling Treatment Services Mental health services, Substance use disorder services, and pathological gambling services. (253) 302-3826 4629 168th St SW Ste E Lynnwood, WA 98037 M-F: 09:00AM-06:00PM Mental Health Services:
- individual/group/family therapy
- brief intervention treatment
- rehabilitative case management.
Substance Use Disorder Services:
- Level I Outpatient
- Alcohol and Drug Information school
- Information and crisis
- screening and brief intervention
- DUI assesment.
- Problem and pathological gambling.
http://www.actsrehab.org/ Yes, Korean, Samoan, and Vietnamese interpretation is available. Accepts medicaid, medicare, regence, beacon, united, and private pay as forms of payment
Catholic Community Services - Everett Mental Health Services (360) 676-2164 2722 Colby Ave Ste 610 Everett, WA 98201 M-F: 08:30AM-05:00PM Mental Health Services:
- family/individual therapy
- Psychiatric medication and medication support
- rehabilitative case management
https://ccsww.org/ Yes, Spanish is available, and other languages and interpretive services upon request. Most services are free/no cost or minimal cost.
Services and support is provided for all people regardless of religious affiliation.
Northwest ABA Mental Health Services (206) 313-8840 19031 33rd Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036 M-F: 09:00AM-06:00PM Mental Health Services:
- Applied Behavior Analysis
- In-home ABA therapy
- Center-based ABA therapy
- family therapy
- positive behavioral support
- Speech therapy
https://www.northwestaba.com/ Yes, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish interpretation is available. Accepts major insurances: Premera, United Behavioral Health, Regence, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Kaiser, First Choice Health, Tricare, Molina, Community Health Plan of WA, WA Apple Health
Everett Treatment Services Substance use disorder services. (425) 347-9070 7207 Evergreen Way, Suite M Everett, WA 98203 M-Th: 09:00AM-08:00PM Substance Use Disorder Services:
- alcohol and drug information videos
- level I outpatient, level I intensive outpatient
- DUI assesment
- individual/family counseling
- relapse prevention.
https://www.everetttreatmentservices.com/ Yes, interperative services offered for the deaf and hard of hearing. Accepts: Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Blue Cross, Premera, First Choice Health, HMA Blue Cross, as well as offering a slide fee scale.
Provides free consulation and referral services
Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention Mental health services that focuses on using Applied Behavioral Therapy (425) 658-3016 18720 33rd Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98037 M-F: 08:00AM-04:00PM Mental Health Services:
- specializes in Autism Spectrum Disorder, Emotional Behavioral Disorders, and developmental disabilities
- home-based, school-based, and center-based services
- parent-training to support parents in applying ABA techniques into their child's life
https://connections-behavior.com/ Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services Accepts: Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shielf, Cigna, Community Health Plan of Washington, First Choice Health, Meritan Health, Molina, Optum, Premera, and Regence.
La Esperanza Health Counseling Services Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment Center, specializing in bilingual (Spanish-English) services (425) 248-4534 20815 67th Ave W Ste 201 Lynnwood, WA 98036 Provides a 24-hour confidential helpline Programs & Services Offered
- DUI Alcohol/ Drug Assessment
- 1 and 2 year Intensive Intermediate Outpatient Programs
- Deferred Prosecution
- 8-hour Class of Alcohol and Other Drugs Information School (ADIS)
- Relapse Prevention After Care Program
- Consumer Awareness
- Anger Management Classes
- Domestic Violence Victim's Referrals
- Perpetrator Domestic Violence Program
- Parenting Classes (Spanish)
- Victim's Panel (Spanish)
- Mental Health Assessment and Counseling
http://www.laesperanzahcs.org/home Yes, Spanish services are available. They specialize in serving the Latino and Hispanic community, as a bilingual (Spanish-English) organization.
Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital Psychiatric mental health hospital and treatment center (360) 651-6400 3955 156th St NE, Marysville, WA 98271 24/7 Mental Health Services
- adult and child in-patient evaluation and treatment
- day support
- group therapy
- individual treatment
- rehabilitative case management
- PTSD, PPD, OCD, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia
Substance Use Disorder Services
- drug-induced psychosis treatment
- adult withdrawal management
- Level 1 Outpatient, Level II Intensive Outpatient
Telehealth services are also available
https://www.smokeypointbehavioralhospital.com/ Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services Accepts: Aetna, Amerigroup, Anthem, Asuris NW, Beacon Health Options, Blue Cross Blue Shielf, Cigna, Community Health Plan of Washington, Coordinated Care, First Health, GEHA, Humana, Kaiser, LifeWise, Medicaid, Medicare, Molina, MultiPlan, Optum, Premera, Tricare, Regence, Triwest, and self-payment.
SquareOne Recovery Holistic mental health and addiction treatment center. (425) 412-3155 21300 68th Ave W Ste 105 Lynnwood, WA 98036 M-F: 09:00AM-08:00PM Specializes in a holistic approach, staff includes naturopathic physicians and yoga instructors.
Mental Health Services:
- individual treatment
- brief intervention treatment
- individual/group/family therapy
- psychiatric medication support
Substance Use Disorder Services:
- Level I Outpatient
- Level II Intensive Outpatient
- Screening and brief intervention
https://www.squareonerecovery.org/ Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services Accepts: Amerigroup, Asuris NW, Blue Cross Blue Shielf, Community Health Plan of Washington, Coordinated Care, Medicaid, Regence, Out of Network insurances, and self-payment.
Stillaguamish Behavioral Health Program Chemical dependency facility (360) 435-3985 5700 172nd St NE
Arlington, WA 98223
M-F: 10:00AM-12:00PM, 05:00PM-07:00PM
Alcohol & Drug Information School
Mental Health Services:
- counseling/mental health support
- sexual assault/rape crisis response
- traditional tribal healing and referrals
- support groups/talking circles
- comprehensive mental health assesment
- gambling addiction treatment
- intensive outpatient treatment
- outpatient treatment
- MRT, DBT, relapse prevention, substance education support therapeutic groups
Substance Use Disorder Services:
- comprehensive substance use assesment
- substance abuse education
- opioid use treatment
- medically assisted asbtinence for drugs
- drug and alcohol information school
- 12-Step program
https://www.stillaguamish.com/departmentsandservices/qwelut-healing-center/ Offers some support groups in Spanish on an alternating schedule. Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services Must be an enrolled member of a deferally recognized tribe or a descendant.
Accepts Medicaid, IHS/Tribal/Urban funding, private health insurance, or self-payment.
|Service Provider (institution)||Name / type of Resource||Phone Number||Address||Time(s) available - operating hours||Brief explanation of resource||Link to website, if available||Application / Form Link (upload copy to drive folder as well)||Are interpreter services provided? Y/N. If Yes, which languages?|
|Substance Use Disorder Treatment: Adult Outpatient Services at MultiCare - Behavioral Health||Person-center care, confidentiality, and expertise.||253-445-8120||325 E Pioneer Ave, Puyallup, WA 98372||M-F 08:00AM-02:00PM||Chemical dependency assesments, DUI assesments, individual and group counseling, alcohol drug information school||https://www.multicare.org/services-and-departments/behavioral-health/behavioral-health-programs/adult-programs/substance-use-disorder/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-445-8120|
to schedule an appointment
|Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services|
|Asian Counseling Services In Pierce County (MultiCare)||Specialized behavioral care, cultural appropriate care, and access to experienced counselors||253-301-5250||4301 S Pine St, Tacoma, WA 98409||M-F 08:00AM-05:00PM||Provides an access of counseling for people with Asian background and proviides other resouces including thearpy options and futhrmore like if needs help with comes to accesing medical esstinals.||https://www.multicare.org/services-and-departments/behavioral-health/behavioral-health-programs/adult-programs/behavioral-health-programs-adults-asian/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-302-3826 to schedule an appointment||Yes, for Vietnamese and Korean. For additional languages for interpretation, contact the institution directly.|
|Asian Counseling And Treatment Services (ACTS)||ACTS Behavioral Health & Recovery Center offers outpatient services for individuals struggling with mental health, substance abuse and cooccurring disorders. They also offer counseling for gambling addiction.||253-302-3826||8811 S Tacoma Way Suite 106, Lakewood, WA 98499||M-F 09:00AM- 06:00PM||Food bank, specializing in Asian and Pacific Islander staples|
• Emergency feeding for homeless and low-income people
• Ethnic lunch programs for seniors
|http://actsrehab.org/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-302-3826 to schedule an appointment||Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services|
|Greater Lakes Mental Healthcare||Mental Health Services can accesible for Adults and Children, as well as Substance Use Disorder Treatment for adults, Court and Criminal Justice Programs, Homeless Support Programs, Integrated Medical Care and a full-service pharmacy, provided by Genoa.||253-581-7020||1415 E 72nd St, Tacoma, WA 98404||M-F 08:00AM-05:00PM||Food bank, specializing in Asian and Pacific Islander staples|
• Emergency feeding for homeless and low-income people
• Ethnic lunch programs for seniors
|https://www.glmhc.org/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-581-7020 to schedule an appointment||Yes, they use a phone interpreter and have access to multiple languages|
|HopeSparks||Provides behavioral health, family services, and basic needs to children and families in Tacoma and Pierce County. HopeSparks is a recognized leader in behavioral health, early intervention, kinship care, home visiting, and parent education||253-565-4484||6424 N 9th St, |
Tacoma, WA 98406
|Sat-Sun 09:00AM-05:00PM||Treatment for Trauma|
Treatment for Depression & Anxiety
Treatment for Behavioral Challenges
Sexual Assault Services
Play and Art Therapy
Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health
Nurse Practitioner / Med Management
Impact on Children Seminar Workshops
|https://hopesparks.org/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-565-4484 to schedule an appointment||Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services|
|MultiCare Behavioral Health||the multi-care behavioral health allows patients to do an assessment and to provide them holistic care whether it be medical or conservative treatment.||253-445-8120||325 E Pioneer, Puyallup, WA 98372||Hrs: 9am - 4:30 pm||And the multi-care behavioral health center will give patients an in-depth assessment revolving their daily life including the stresses in their life and past history to determine what is the right treatment plan for them and refer them to the best medical care health that they can give.||https://www.multicare.org/services-and-departments/behavioral-health/||There is no online application, patients should call253-445-8120 to schedule an appointment||Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services|
|MultiCare West Tacoma Family Medicine||Adult Immunizations, Adult Primary Care, Chronic Disease Management, Family Practice, General Preventive Med., Immunizations, Laboratories Northwest, Medical Imaging, Pharmacy, Primary Care, Routine Checkups, Sports Physicals||888-445-8120||2209 N Pearl St. Suite 100 Tacoma, WA 98406||M-F, 07:00AM-05:00PM |
Day after Thanksgiving, 09:00AM-01:00PM
Christmas Eve, 09:00AM-01:00PM
|With a careful in depth evaluation from one of medical care providers from the clinic the patients test results will determine which program is right for them and they would be referred to get the help that they need.||https://www.multicare.org/location/multicare-west-tacoma-family-medicine/||There is no online application, patients should call 888-445-8120 to schedule an appointment||Yes, if interpreter is needed. Request at service.|
|Recovery Response Center||Healthcare innovation to support people beyond their behavioral health needs and succeed in the community where they live, work, and play.||253-942-5644||2150 Freeman Rd E, Fife, WA 98424||Open 24/7||Recovery Response Center serves as a crisis alternative for First Responders and emergency rooms in Pierce County. With the patient 's needs , the center will provide resources even if it not from them.||https://riinternational.com/listing/recovery-response-center-fife/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-942-5644 to schedule an appointment||Yes, if interpreter is needed. Request at service.|
|Sea Mar Lakewood Behavioral Health Center||LAKEWOOD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CLINIC||253-246-6820||7424 Bridgeport Way W, Ste 305 Lakewood, WA 98499||Monday - Friday|
8 am-5 pm
After Hour Groups
|This clinic provides mental health assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, psychiatric medication assessments and management for adults and children, case management for adults and children. |
They also have chemical dependency services which include drug and alcohol evaluations (English and Spanish), DUI assessments, deferred prosecution, relapse prevention, monthly monitoring, aftercare, intensive outpatient treatment, family counseling, ADATSA treatment services, and ADIS classes.
They accept most insurances including Medicaid and provide services regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. When insurance is not available, they offer a sliding fee scale discount, determined by household size and income.
|https://www.seamar.org/pierce-bh-lakewood.html||There is no online application, patients should call 253-246-6820 to schedule an appointment||Yes, they use a phone interpreter and have access to multiple languages|
|Sea Mar Tacoma Child & Family||Tacoma Behavioral Health Child And Family Services||253-396-1634||2121 S. 19th Street |
Tacoma, WA 98405
|M-F: 08:00AM-05:00PM||This clinic provides mental health assessments, individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, psychiatric & medication management, case management & advocacy. |
They accept most insurances including Medicaid and provides services regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. When insurance is not available, they offer a sliding fee scale discount, determined by household size and income.
|https://www.seamar.org/pierce-bh-tacoma-family.html||There is no online application, patients should call 253-396-1634 to schedule an appointment||Yes, they use a phone interpreter and have access to multiple languages|
|Youth Crisis Outreach Team||The Pierce County Crisis Line is a free service available 24 hours a day, seven days a week that provides immediate help to individuals, families and friends of people in crisis throughout Pierce County.||800-576-7764||5410 N. 44th St.|
Tacoma, WA 98407
|24/7||Children and youth in crisis are served by a team of Child and Adolescent Mental Health clinical staff and peers through CCS, Family Behavioral Health 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.||https://ccsww.org/get-help/child-youth-family-services/family-behavioral-health/tacoma-family-behavioral-health/||There is no online application, patients should call 800-576-7764 to schedule an appointment||Yes, they use a phone interpreter and have access to multiple languages|
|The Center For Substance Abuse Recovery||Substance use disorder assessments and counseling, co-occurring treatment counseling services, psychiatric medication management, mental health counseling, and supported employment services are available in-person by appointment.||(253) 593-2740||721 Fawcett Ave Tacoma WA 98402||Housing, education and employment services are available virtually. Rental assistance is available for Tacoma residents. Please continue to visit mdc-hope.org for the latest updates on MDC services.||https://mdc-hope.org/the-center-for-substance-abuse-recovery/||Schedule an appointment by calling (253) 593-2740 or emailing email@example.com||No|
|Tacoma Detox||Offers detox for alcohol, detox for cocaine|
detox for methamphetamines
detox for opioids
|253-593-2413||721 Fawcett Ave # 100, Tacoma, WA 98402||24/7||Depending on the person, an average, stays at facility are between 30 to 90 days, depending on what amount of time the treatment team bellieves that is necessary for the individual situation.||https://yourfirststep.org/treatment-center/tacoma-detoxification-center-tacoma-wa/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-593-2413 to schedule an appointment||Yes, if needed need to be requested at assaiatnce|
|Program For Assertive Community Treatment||PACT is for people with severe mental health disorders, who frequently need care in a psychiatric hospital or other crisis service. These clients often have challenges with traditional services and may have a high risk or history of arrest and incarceration.||253-531-2103||8811 S Tacoma Way Suite 106, Lakewood, WA 98499||M-F: 08:00AM-04:00PM||Services are provided by a large team of professionals including mental health professionals, registered nurses, peer supports, and a psychiatric care provider..||https://www.hca.wa.gov/billers-providers-partners/behavioral-health-recovery/program-assertive-community-treatment-pact||There is no online application, patients should call 253-531-2103 to schedule an appointment||Yes, if needed need to be requested at assaiatnce|
|Prosperity Wellness Center - Outpatient And Admissions||Prosperity affirms through progressive treatment processes and patient-directed individualized care to create abstinence, improved health, wellness and quality of life.||253-531-2103||12201 Pacific Ave S, Tacoma, WA 98444||M-F: 08:00AM-05:00PM||This 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||https://prosperitywellnesscenter.com||There is no online application, patients should call 253-531-2103 to schedule an appointment||Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services|
|MDC E&T||Mental health needs are often medical conditions that need prescription treatments and counseling to make a full recovery. For clients recovering from a chemical dependency, it can take up to six months before a diagnosis can be made for treatment. Mental health at MDC is one of just a few mental health facilities treating clients for dual disorders throughout the county.||253-284-7846||721 Fawcett Ave #204, Tacoma, WA 98402||24/7||The Evaluation and Treatment Center offers 16-beds for psychiatric guests who need to be placed in involuntary treatment to stabilize their conditions . Since it is also a hotline, you give them call telling them what needs you need and they will let you know what you can access.||https://www.thero.org/clinics/washington/tacoma/hospitals/metropolitan-development-council-mdc-et-tacoma/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-284-7846 to schedule an appointment||Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services|
|Peer Bridger Telecare||Telecare's Spectrum of Services includes community-based, acute, crisis, residential, and longer-term recovery programs. A fundamental principle at Telecare is that our programs help consumers work toward wellness and recovery by using their own hopes and dreams as a guide||253-589-5334||3901 S. Fife Street, Suite 301|
Tacoma, WA 98409
|M,T,Th: 10:00AM-12:00PM||The Peer Bridger team will connect with you while you are at Western State Hospital to help in planning your return to your community. Until, discharge your Peer Bridger will provide case management services and advocacy to ensure meet the mental health needs and recovery goals for up to 120 days.||https://www.telecarecorp.com/pierce-county-peer-bridger||There is no online application, patients should call 253-589-5334 to schedule an appointment||Must contact institution directly to receive interpretive services|
|Luckett House||Individual and family counseling|
Education and support for family members regarding specific issues or conditions
Advocacy and help in accessing community resources, such as job training services and financial counseling
Crisis management (If you cannot wait for an appointment with a counselor, please call the Pierce County Crisis Line at 800-576-7764)
Prescriptions for medications to help you relax, relieve depression or sleep at night, if necessary
Medication management and consultation for individuals with complex medication issues
|253-848-0880||1701 13th St SE, Puyallup, WA 98372||M-F: 08:00AM-05:00PM||Workplace or school-related stress and relationship issues|
Emotional distress, depression or anxiety
Stress related to major life events, such as the birth of a child, death of a loved one or marriage issues
Financial or non-work-related legal concerns
Family or personal relationship issues
Concerns about children or aging parents
|https://www.multicare.org/services-and-departments/behavioral-health/behavioral-health-programs/adult-programs/behavioral-health-programs-adults-specialty/||There is no online application, patients should call 253-848-0880 to schedule an appointment||Yes, if interpreter is needed. Request at service.|
|Consejo Counseling & Referral Services||Out-patient mental, substance use disorder, children, youth, and family services||253-414-7461||5915 S Orchard St, Tacoma, WA 98467||M-F: 08:00AM-05:00PM||Consejo Counseling and Referral Service is an award-winning agency that has provided behavioral health services to the Latino community in the state of Washington for nearly four decades. Most of Consejo’s clients are coming from Latin America who speak Spanish.||https://consejocounseling.org/1about/||There is no online application, patients should call to schedule an appointment||Yes, if interpreter is needed. Request at service.|