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AIDS Outreach Project – Snohomish County Syringe Exchange Program

Pacific Treatment Alternatives’ mission is to serve Snohomish County by providing wrap-around social services to at-risk community members addicted to drugs and alcohol with a focused purpose to reduce harm in our community and create safe pathways for suffering individuals to find healthy solutions to their problems and stop the cycle of abuse. Syringe Services Programs (SSPs) are proven and effective community-based programs that provide a range of services, including harm reduction education along with access to and safe disposal of syringes and injection equipment. We are a 1-1 exchange, with staff discretion, and there is no limit on how many or how often a person can exchange with us. View Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Due to the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, please be aware that our outreach and delivery services may be impacted. We may operate with reduced hours but we are doing our best to stay available. We will post program updates and changes on our Facebook page as things move forward. Please leave us a private message if you have questions or concerns. This is a scary time for everyone but please remember we are all in this together. We are working hard to change the way we do things so that we stay well and can continue to serve you.

Catholic Community Services

The CCS NW Recovery Centers provide a full continuum of outpatient chemical dependency treatment services in Snohomish, Skagit, and Whatcom County. CCS provides treatment to youth, adults, and their families. The CCS NW Recovery Centers are a safe, nurturing, and enriching environment where all are treated with dignity and respect, and where clients and their families become empowered to make healthy changes to stop the destruction of alcoholism and other drug dependencies. CCS emphasizes a broad range of approaches to the treatment of alcoholism and other drug dependencies, striving to serve those most in need. The philosophy of CCS NW Recovery Centers is that treatment is most effective when it is “family-centered.” View Website

Operations under COVID-19 – As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, CCS/CHS is taking critical steps to protect our Western Washington communities and the more vulnerable populations that we serve. We know that COVID-19 disproportionally affects our clients, the elderly, medically fragile, those struggling with poverty, and people experiencing homelessness. CCS/CHS, considered an “essential service,” will continue to deliver critical services to our clients. While many in-office employees are working remotely, the critical supportive services that our clients count on us for will be available wherever possible. Right now we are providing in-office and telehealth assessments and admits. We are also providing telehealth groups and individual sessions.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life. View Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Due to the virus, the restrictions make face-to-face Celebrate Recovery meetings impossible. Your Celebrate Recovery National Team has created a way for us to connect while face-to-face groups aren’t possible. By creating Celebrate Recovery Crisis Response (CRCR) online Open Share groups, we believe this can be a temporary solution for you still to be able to connect. As soon as we get through this pandemic, we will go back to face-to-face meetings only. Join us on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram for content, devotionals, and more.

Cocoon House

The comprehensive approach of Cocoon House ensures that each young person is met where they are, physically and emotionally, to ensure the best possible outcomes for their future. Young people connect with Cocoon House staff when in our programs, in their schools, or out on the street. Parents are provided with services to help keep their teen in the home or provide the smoothest transition possible if the teen is returning home from homelessness. This scope of service allows Cocoon House to ensure they are reaching young people and families in all possible ways to ensure that every child has a home and a future. Opioid specific resources include client-led case management and goal-setting for youth and young adults 12-24 years old. We connect the youth with treatment options, support systems such as NA, and positive community groups, and volunteering opportunities. We also have onsite drug counselor hours for our housing residents. View Website

Operations under COVID-19 – COVID has not stopped most of our general work but there have been accommodations made within our housing and drop-in center to account for the limit to group numbers. We are taking every precaution with cleanliness and PPEs for our youth and staff. Our yearly fundraising banquet has had to be postponed and changed to a virtual format but we’re excited for the challenge and looking forward to engaging with the community during this unique time.

Community Health Center of Snohomish County

Community Health Center of Snohomish County (CHC) is a non-profit provider of primary medical, dental, and pharmacy services. CHC was founded in 1983 to serve the health needs of county residents who face barriers to health care. CHC’s mission is to provide our diverse community with access to high quality, affordable primary health care. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Both our Everett-Central Walk-In Clinic and Lynnwood Walk-In Clinic have transitioned back to providing general walk-in and outpatient services. All CHC pharmacies are operating with normal business hours. If you have flu or COVID symptoms, please call us at one of the walk-in clinics near you to schedule a test. (Everett – 425.382.4033, Lynnwood – 425.835.5161) To better serve you during this COVID-19 crisis, Community Health Center of Snohomish County now offers telehealth appointments for certain visits. Telehealth appointments, or Video Visits, are secure, live video conversations with a medical or a dental provider so you can receive care while limiting your in-clinic visits, which will help decrease the spread of COVID19. All you need is a smartphone or a tablet to talk to your provider!

Compass Health

Compass Health, Northwest Washington’s behavioral healthcare leader, integrates behavioral health, and medical care services to support clients and communities when and where they need us. Building on a century of experience, we are forging new, nationally recognized models of care that bring together highly skilled mental health professionals, primary care providers, peer counselors, and others to treat the whole person. We address complex healthcare needs in partnership with first responders and other community organizations. From comprehensive mental health treatment to crisis intervention, children’s services, housing, and community education, our non-profit organization serves people of all ages throughout Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, and Whatcom counties. Our opioid-related work includes an Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and a Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT). Additionally, the Genoa Pharmacy in downtown Everett provides free naloxone kits (Narcan) to anyone with Medicaid or other insurance without the need for a provider visit or prescription. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – In September of 2019, Compass Health piloted a new mobile telehealth system, the Compass Health Bridge. The Bridge enables our providers to connect virtually with clients in community or home settings. During the pandemic, our use of telehealth to connect with clients has increased by nearly 1200%. Across our wraparound youth services alone, team members have participated in 60 touchpoints a day with you and families via telehealth. This new technology is serving as a bridge to partnerships across the community that will support underserved populations well into the future.

Coordinated Care

Coordinated Care is a managed care organization that provides healthcare services to more than 200,000 members across Washington state. Coordinated Care has a commitment to improving the health of the community one individual at a time through affordable and reliable health care plans. We’re here to treat the whole person by breaking down barriers to accessing care, walking members through their benefits, and connecting them to what they need. We do this through our focus on the individual, whole health, and local involvement. View Website

Operations under COVID-19 – The coronavirus is affecting our communities in Washington, and Coordinated Care wants us to all stay as safe and healthy as possible. While there isn’t a vaccine for coronavirus yet, we can all work to prevent it by washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and staying home when you are sick. If you have concerning symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), Coordinated Care members can use our Teladoc service to see a doctor by phone or video from home at no cost, call our 24-Hour Nurse Advice Line, or contact their health care provider.

Evergreen Recovery Centers

At Evergreen Recovery Centers (formerly Evergreen Manor), we facilitate treatment for those affected by drugs and alcohol. No matter your level of addiction, we can make a difference in your life. We offer comprehensive addiction treatment—for all affected. With over 40 years of experience, we ensure a safe treatment environment based on integrity and respect. We offer a number of diverse services in the Puget Sound region, including medically supervised acute detox programs, assessments, deferred prosecution, and DUI programs, intensive outpatient programs (including daycare), mental health counseling for co-occurring disorders, patient navigation, early intervention (including Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP) and SBIRT), drug screening, residential and outpatient services for pregnant and parenting women, residential inpatient for men only, therapeutic daycare programs for young children of patients and our ADIS (Alcohol and Drug Information School). Visit Website

Hope Soldiers

We offer direct assistance to individuals and families struggling with addiction and depression, by bridging the gaps between support and services. We offer holistic and individualized peer support, helping individuals and families develop recovery plans and connecting them to resources that best align with their needs. Because there are so few facilities that offer treatment that addresses underlying issues, our trauma-informed leaders provide the missing support that is not available in traditional treatment centers. We have a heavily researched list of resources for those who are low income and/or have state insurance, as well as private insurance. We provide wraparound support from day one. Visit Website

Hotel California by the Sea Treatment Facility

Hotel California by the Sea offers dual-diagnosis treatment to men, women, and young adults in Bellevue and Kirkland, Washington. We offer detox/withdrawal management, Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP/Day Treatment), Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Outpatient (OP), and transitional living accommodations. Clients are able to reside in a managed, structured, and supervised transitional living house while in our care. We offer individualized case management and therapy from Masters-level clinicians, as well as therapeutic modalities such as EMDR, CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, and more. We also work with each client’s diet and offer sessions with our dietician. We unfortunately aren’t able to accept Medicaid/Medicare, but we are in-network with TriCare insurance and can accept most other insurances as well as can offer private pay rates. To contact us directly, call Allie Wile at 425-241-4427 or email at: AWile@hotelcaliforniabythesea.com Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Due to COVID-19, we are offering virtual programming as well. We are following CDC precautions, wearing masks, sanitizing, etc. We screen clients before admitting them.

Ideal Option

With 70+ clinics in 10 states, Ideal Option is one of the nation’s largest outpatient providers of evidence-based medication-assisted treatment for addiction to opioids, alcohol, methamphetamine, and other substances. Founded in 2012 by two emergency medicine physicians, Ideal Option’s mission is to provide underserved populations with low-barrier access to evidence-based addiction treatment – saving lives, healing families, and helping communities. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Ideal Option clinics have remained open and operating as usual since the pandemic began. We have increased our cleaning and sanitation measures, require all staff and patients to wear masks, and adhere to social distancing as appropriate. We have launched a virtual clinic so patients can be seen virtually over their phones or computers from home as appropriate and necessary.

Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers

At Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers, we know that alcoholism and drug addiction are primary illnesses rather than derivative or secondary problems. Such illnesses may be diagnosed, treated, and arrested. Individuals suffering with substance use disorders are people with a disease and should be responded to as a worthy human being in need of treatment. Our nationally recognized Residential, Intensive Outpatient, and Early Recovery programs tailor treatments around individual needs. In addition, we offer consultation/assessment, mental health, and virtual services. Our treatment consists of lectures and the development of an individual treatment plan incorporating counseling, nutritional and physical therapy, as well as reading assignments, 12-Step programs, and relaxation and stress-management techniques. Our residential program includes medically monitored detoxification. In all of our programs, recovery unfolds in a setting that is overwhelmingly positive, respectful, and safe. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers will continue to remain open for treatment. We are committed to providing effective, quality care to individuals struggling with a substance use disorder and/or mental health. Our inpatient program has temporarily suspended family visitation. Instead, we have expanded our capacity for individuals to visit virtually with family members. We have also suspended any patient programming off campus, with the exception of emergency medical or clinical purposes. Success in recovery includes being active in a supportive community and we are using video conferencing so that our residents can connect with local 12-step meetings. For our Alumni and individuals currently enrolled in one of our outpatient programs, we have set up an Alumni app that provides a HIPAA compliant space for individuals to receive support from each other, the staff, as well as get resources and tools for them to explore. In that same app, we offer a full continuum of virtual outpatient treatment so that our patients can continue with treatment while staying safe and healthy.

NAMI – Snohomish County

NAMI of Snohomish County works to improve the lives of people affected by mental illness by providing education and support to people living with mental illness and to their families, by advocating for better laws and increased funding for mental health services, and by increasing public awareness and reducing the stigma of mental illness. View Website

Operations under COVID-19 – NAMI Snohomish County stands ready to provide the services and programs that we do best: Family Support Groups, PEER Support Groups, classes, and other forms of support. Most of all, we listen and provide the best support and advice that we can, based in years of experience and practice at surviving the kind of stress, anxiety, depression, and other forms of behavioral issues that are so prevalent in everyday life and especially in our current environment. We are working closely with other affiliates to structure our usual in-person programs to be held virtually; meaning that in many cases, those in need of our support can check in with us and join virtual support groups. Please check in with us at our office number (425) 339-3620 (“not” a crisis line), leave a message, and we will get back to you quickly!

New Earth Recovery

New Earth Recovery operates four recovery homes in Mount Vernon, WA. For those new in recovery, we offer Faith House (for women), and Cedar House & The Foundation (for men). For men with more recovery time, we offer a longer-term program at The Trust. We serve adults (without custody of children) who are seeking a structured, faith-based recovery program for drug and alcohol addiction. Our committed staff, loving and safe environment, structured program, and emphasis on healing provide the kind of environment that fosters change. Graduates have been reunited with children, freed from court involvement, returned to school, found employment, completed the 12 steps, and mended relationships with family. View Website

North Sound Behavioral Health Administrative Services Organization

The State of Washington contracts with the North Sound Behavioral Health Administrative Services Organization to provide Behavioral Health Crisis Services and other state-funded non-Medicaid behavioral health services in the 5 county North Sound Region. Crisis Services Professionals are available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to speak with anyone experiencing a crisis due to mental illness and/or substance use issues. Crisis outreach services are available to everyone in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom Counties. Call Our Toll-Free Crisis Line at 800.584.3578. We may also offer other services to those who need help due to mental illness and/or substance use issues, including those who are low income, do not have insurance, and are not eligible for Medicaid. All Tribal members in the North Sound region are eligible for Crisis Services from the North Sound BH-ASO. This includes using the 24-hour toll-free crisis hotline at 800.584.3578 and receiving help from the Mobile Crisis Outreach Teams. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 we have closed our Mount Vernon, WA office at 301 Valley Mall Way, Ste. 110. Business operations will continue as usual Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Pacific.

Providence Behavioral Health Urgent Care

The Providence Medical Group Behavioral Health Urgent Care provides timely access to behavioral health services for adults 18 and over presenting in a mental health crisis. The program is designed as an alternative treatment setting for those who need urgent (same day) intervention, but do not necessarily require the services of the emergency room. The clinic is located on the same campus as the Providence Regional Medical Center emergency department, so patients first presenting to the emergency department may be encouraged to utilize the Behavioral Health Urgent Care, if deemed clinically appropriate by an emergency department physician. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – We have been fortunate to not have any disruption to our behavioral health urgent care services with COVID19. We have added the ability to see people virtually or in-person per individual preference.

Sea Mar Community Health Centers

Sea Mar Community Health Centers is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health, human, housing, educational, and cultural services to diverse communities. This includes medical, behavioral health, and dental services here in Snohomish County with locations in Lynnwood, Everett, Monroe, and Marysville. Sea Mar provides medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder including buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) and naltrexone (Vivitrol) at its Monroe Behavioral Health location. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Due to recent changes in regulations related to COVID-19, it is now easier than ever to access services via telehealth or in person. If you or a loved one is interested in finding out more about our MAT services, please call us directly at 360-512-2038. This number connects to our Nurse Care Manager and generally, we are able to get most folks started in treatment within one day.

Snohomish County Human Services – The Opioid Project

The Snohomish County Human Services Department is providing opioid overdose prevention education throughout the county. Managed by the County’s Behavioral Health Division, the Opioid Project’s two main goals are to provide information across the county regarding Naloxone, an antidote used to treat an opioid overdose; and provide information and assistance to reduce barriers for individuals seeking substance use disorder treatment and resources. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Snohomish County Human Services’ Community Narcan trainings are currently on pause. Go to http://stopoverdose.org/ to find pharmacies in your area that carry naloxone.

Snohomish Health District – The Viral Hepatitis Outreach program

The Viral Hepatitis Prevention & Outreach Program offers education and testing for Hepatitis C, harm reduction education, targeted counseling, overdose prevention information and resources, and Hepatitis C medical treatment referrals. Hepatitis C (Hep C) is a contagious liver disease spread through contact with the blood of a person who has the virus. It can result in serious liver damage, including liver failure. The disease progresses slowly, often showing no symptoms. That is why many people with Hep C don’t know that they have it. And many don’t know that is can be cured. Anyone who has a history of injection drug use, even if it is was only once years ago, may be at risk for Hepatitis. There is no vaccine to prevent hepatitis C, but a blood test can determine whether or not you are infected. Knowing your hepatitis C status can help you to learn how to prevent spreading hepatitis to others, how to protect your liver from further harm, and how to access treatment for hepatitis. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Under normal circumstances, testing is available at the AIDS Outreach Project/Snohomish County Syringe Exchange, Snohomish County Jail, Denney Juvenile Detention Center, and the Everett offices of Snohomish Health District. To reduce person-to-person contact, most in-person services will be suspended until further notice. The Viral Hepatitis Outreach program has temporarily suspended all off-site outreach, including jail and community-based testing. Please call Jordan Bower at 425-339-8620 for more information.

Snohomish County Legal Services

The mission of Snohomish County Legal Services is to guide people in poverty out of crisis by providing quality legal services. Our vision is a world without barriers to justice. SCLS uses a hybrid model of service delivery that includes: staff attorneys for immediate emergency assistance and highly complex cases, volunteer attorneys and paralegals for advice and legal representation, and a series of clinics and workshops that empower clients in self-advocacy. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently operating remotely. We have suspended our in-person operations at the Snohomish County Courthouse. We are still providing legal services to low income Snohomish County Tenants with unlawful detainer (eviction) cases and other landlord/tenant issues. Please call the Snohomish County Legal Services front desk at 425-258-9283 (extension 0) and leave a message with your name, telephone number, and a brief description of your issue. Staff will call you back, usually within 24 business hours to conduct an intake.

Sunrise Behavioral Health Services

Sunrise Recovery Services is focused on you, the most important partner in this relationship. Through an open, honest, and positive approach, we’ll provide you with the tools and support necessary for a full recovery. Sunrise selects our Chemical Dependency Professionals and Trainees carefully and holds them to the highest standards. In addition, we are committed to a strict standard of confidentiality as your privacy is very important to us. As many of our Chemical Dependency Professionals and Trainees are also Behavioral Health Professionals, Sunrise Recovery Services also offers behavioral health services. In conjunction with the chemical dependency treatment you’re receiving, we offer individual, couples, and family therapy, if needed, for an additional fee. View Website

Operations under COVID-19 – Sunrise is continuing to provide a wide range of behavioral health services during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are currently focusing on telemedicine options that allow patients to receive care from home, but we also provide in-person services as needed. Our staff will respect your privacy. We provide an integrated approach to recovery by connecting patients with community support services and other health professionals as needed. We are here to provide the compassionate help you need to live your best possible life.

Therapeutic Health Services

Therapeutic Health Services (THS) operates on the belief that chemical dependency and mental illness are chronic, progressive diseases that respond to appropriate intervention, treatment, and prevention. By effectively employing all three, individuals and families are better able to lead healthy and productive lives in their communities. At Therapeutic Health Services (THS), we believe in treatment that deals with the whole person and every aspect of his or her life. Our approach includes mental health and family services, plus a wide range of chemical dependency treatments such as methadone and counseling. Years of working with the diverse community of Puget Sound has taught our staff the value of providing services that are culturally relevant and in line with each individual’s needs. Visit Website

Operations under COVID-19 – At this time, all THS branches are open. Methadone dosing for MAT patients will continue. In the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak, all group counseling sessions are on hold. Whenever someone comes to THS, they must wear a face-covering, this extends to Staff, Clients, or Visitors. During the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, we want to minimize the risk of exposure and infection for our patients and staff. At the same time, we know you, like everyone else, are anxious, afraid, and depressed. We want to continue to provide you with the recovery support you need and help you feel connected at this extraordinary time. For THS service updates, click here.

Washington Recovery Help Line

The Washington Recovery Help Line is a program of Crisis Connections. We offer an anonymous, confidential 24-hour helpline for Washington State residents. This helpline is for those experiencing substance use disorder, problem gambling, and/or a mental health challenge. Our professionally-trained volunteers and staff provide emotional support. They can also connect callers with local treatment resources or more community services. Hope is out there. Let us help. 1.866.789.1511 Visit Website

Young Athletes Against Drugs & Alcohol

YAADA “Young Athletes Against Drugs & Alcohol is a campaign to raise awareness and keep kids/students and athletes like founder Devin Rickard away from drugs and alcohol. Under normal circumstances, she travels around Washington State throughout the year visiting youth sports organizations, gyms, schools, and more to help other athletes like herself take the pledge against Drugs & Alcohol. If your school or organization is interested in joining the pledge, please email info@youngathletesagainstdrugsandalcohol.com Visit Facebook Page

YMCA – Homeward House

Homeward House is a visitation center that provides wrap-around services and support for parents and children ages 0-8yrs (primarily opiate affected infants 0 to 1 year of age) in dependency proceedings. Families are able to have visitation in a home-like environment, enriched by mentoring and interactive parenting education. Some activities are best practice models and have been chosen because of their holistic approach that will make this center a “one-stop-shop” for parent and child. The goal is to achieve safe placement for both parent and infant while treating the effects of a substance use disorder, preserve the parent/child bond; and, reach timely permanency. For more information, contact Karen Kearney at 1-425-773-0263 or kkearney@ywcaworks.org