Community Resources in the seattle area

Drug and Mental Health Treatment

Seattle Counseling Service 206-323-1768
Adult and youth treatment focusing on the GLBT Community

Project NEON 206-323-1768
Free 1:1 counseling, support groups health info for crystal users
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Drug and Mental Health Treatment
Washington Recovery Help Line, 1-866-789-1511,
24-hour information, help and treatment referral phone line.

HIV and STD Testing

Gay City Health Project 206-860-6969
Public Health STD Clinic at Harborview Medical Center 206-744-3590
908 Jefferson St, 11th Floor

Support Groups

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA)
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Strength Over Speed (SOS)

Recovery Centers

Seattle Area Support Groups and Community Center
303 – 17th Avenue East at Thomas, Seattle, Phone: 206.322.2437 Open 7 days a week

Recovery Café

Address: 2022 Boren Avenue, Seattle, Phone: 206.374.8731 Open Tuesday through Saturday, 12:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m.

Youth 12-24

YouthCare/Orion Center
1828 Yale Avenue Seattle, (206) 622-5555

Sober Living Resource Directory

Drug and Mental Health Treatment

Asian Counseling Referral Services
3639 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S, Seattle, Phone: 206-695-7600

Entre Hermanos 206-322-7700
Provides Support and resources for the Latino GLBT Community

Lifelong AIDS Alliance

POCAAN 206-322-7061
Community based agency-serving people of color

Crisis Line (24 Hour) 206-461-3222

Alcohol/Drug 24-Hour Help Line 206-722-3700 or 1-800-562-1240

Oxford Housing Seattle Area


Homeless shelters in Seattle are usually at or near capacity, especially in cold weather.

Community Information Line


Operation Nightwatch Emergency Shelter

206-329-2099 (after 8:00 pm)
206-323-4359 daytime M-F

Compass Center


Downtown Emergency Service Center

206-464-1570, Select 1 for shelters
517 Third Ave., Seattle 98104

Community Resources in the west hollywood area



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