Addiction Services (Seattle Counseling Service) - (206) 323-1768
Offers comprehensive chemical dependency treatment tailored to the needs of LGBTQ communities.
Alcohol/Drug Helpline - (206) 722-3700
Referral line for those overwhelmed by alcohol or drug use in their own or somebody else's life.
Promotes health and safety in the electronic music community.
Greater Seattle Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous - (206) 587-2838
Provides information on all AA groups in the Seattle area.
Narcotics Anonymous - (206) 790-8888
12-step program for those dealing with substance abuse issues.
Needle Exchange Locations
King County Public Health list.
Project Handle (Neighborhood House)
Seeks to bring individuals, families, youth and various community sectors together to find solutions and implement culturally appropriate responses to reduce chemical dependency, HIV/AIDS, and other public health issues.
Project Neon (Seattle Counseling Service) - (206) 323-1768
Education and groups for gay and bi men who inject crystal meth.
Recovery Cafe - (206) 374-8731
Supportive community serving people traumatized by homelessness, addiction and mental health challenges.
Recovery Connection - (800) 993-3869
Offers LGBTQ-friendly treatment facilities.
Residence XII - (800) 776-5944
Nonprofit alcohol and chemical dependency treatment center for women and their families.
Seattle Hope CMA Fellowship of Crystal Meth Anonymous
Offers support to those struggling with crystal meth addiction. Meets 4 times a week at the Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church.
Strength Over Speed - (206) 322-2437
Ongoing, peer-led crystal meth recovery group.
Resources for people using crystal meth on how to use safely, safe sex while using, and quitting.
This list of resources should not be considered exhaustive. For more complete listings of available resources in Washington State visit the Washington Information Network 2-1-1. All links were active and accurate as of April 24, 2015.
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