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Recovery Cafe
Recovery Cafe, with two locations in Seattle, provides a variety of services to members. Membership is free as long as members commit to be substance-free in the center and participate in a weekly recovery circle support group. Services include meals, medical care, online classes in recovery skills, computer access, coffee bar, a resource specialist, game, sober events, and referrals to additional services.
Washington 211
Washington residents in need can find all the support they need in one place by calling 211. Callers are connected to social services such as employment and education support, disability services, domestic violence help, food and clothing, financial help, housing services, mental health and substance use treatment, and much more. It’s an easy one-stop shop for social assistance.
Washington Recovery Helpline
The Washington Recovery Helpline is a 24/7 hotline for those with mental health, problem gambling, or substance use needs. The helpline is staffed by professionals who provide emotional support and connections to resources that include treatment options and harm-reduction resources.
Sound Pathways
Sound Pathways, in Sonomish County, offers a range of services to those in need. They have three focuses. The first is housing services with case management to help clients overcome barriers to stable housing. The second is a parent-child assistance program for pregant and parenting women, which provides home visitation, case management, substance use and recovery support, housing, help with domestic violence issues, legal assistance, and connections to other community resources. The third focus is harm reduction, where Sound Pathways provides syringe programs, clean supplies, naloxone (Narcan), wound care, testing, care kits for those experiencing homelessness, and referrals to additional community resources and substance use treatment if interested.
Volunteers of America: Western or Eastern Washington
Volunteers of America has two programs in Washington, focusing on either the eastern or western side of the state. These programs offer housing services, food, child education and care, and specific programs for youth and new mothers. Western Washington also has Community Resource Centers that provide job search support, help with social service enrollment, and as donations allow they give clients clothing, hygiene kits, and even pet food.
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Stop Overdose Naloxone Finder
Naloxone (Narcan) kits are widely available in Washington and is covered by Medicaid. Stop Overdose provides an interactive map showing naloxone distribution locations across the state. There is also a request form to have naloxone mailed to you if you aren’t near a distribution location.
Tacoma Needle Exchange
The Tacoma Needle Exchange provides multiple harm-reduction supplies, including syinge access and disposal, naloxone (Narcan) kits and ovredose prevention training, HIV/Hep C testing, wound care, safer sex supplies, hygiene kits, case management support, and referrals to additional resources. They can also connect clients to substance use treatment if there’s interest.
Washington State Department of Health Drug User Health
The Washington State Department of Health has drug user health resources, including a link to a list of syringe service programs and information about naloxone (Narcan) kits in the state. In Washington, naloxone is covered by Medicaid. If you’re looking to learn more about harm reduction resources in Washington, this website is a good resource.
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