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Alcohol & Drug Dependency Services
Information on alcohol/drug related issues; counseling; referrals; diagnostic services; intensive outpatient treatment; alcohol/drug information school for individuals/youth/their families.(Keywords: Counseling, Recovery)
Audience: Community
Location:
507 North Nanum Street Suite 111
349
Ellensburg,
98926
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-5
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
835
Alcohol / Substance Abuse
Alcoholics Anonymous: 12 step recover groups for people who are alcoholics or are recovering alcoholics, or substance abusers. Service is manned by volunteers and answering service is available. There is a full listing of all available services on website www.piercecountyaa.org(Keywords: Recovery, Substance Abuse)
Audience: Alcoholics or recovering alcoholics
Location:
Alcoholics Anonymous
3640 S Cedar St., STE. S
63
Tacoma,
98409
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Schedule: 24 hr line
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency: Alcoholics Anonymous
True
0
1153
Catholic Community Services
Shelter and homeless services, housing, youth, child, and family services, specialized services, services for seniors and people with disabilities, mental health services, and addiction recovery services. (Keywords: Counseling, Depression)
Audience: Community
Location:
100 23rd Ave S
45
Seattle,
98144
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Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
736
Catholic Community Services - Housing
Catholic Community Services in Snohomish County provides the following housing services: *Housing and homeless assistance * Specialized housing for single mothers in recovery, and their children; chronically homeless; pregnant and parenting women * HIV/AIDS housing and assistance * (Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: Residents of Snohomish County
Location:
Snohomish County Family Center
1918 Everett Ave.
12
Everett,
98201
[map]
Schedule: Call for hours
Cost: Call for info
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Catholic Community Services of Western Washington
True
4
2102
CCSWW - Children\'s Mental Health
Provides core mental health services that include individual and / or family counseling, medication evaluation / management and coordination with primary care physicians, and case management. Group therapy for children and adolescents is also provided.(Keywords: Counseling, Mental Health)
Audience: Children
Location:
Call for information
12
Everett,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration: Call for information
Start Date:
Ongoing
North Sound Mental Health Administration
Agency: Catholic Community Services of Western WA
True
4
2098
Center for Discovery - Inpatient Eating Disorder for Teens
Residential eating disorder treatment center: We provide therapeutic treatment that addresses the eating disorder behavior as well as the underlying emotional issues that contributed to the development of the eating disorder. We educate on nutrition and practical kitchen and food skills to help support recovery.(Keywords: Counseling, Food)
Audience: children, teens, and adult women
Location:
Center for Discovery Bellevue
16305 SE 37th St
71
Bellevue,
98008
[map]
Schedule: 24/7 residential treatment
Cost: Billing through their department
Childcare:
Registration: http://centerfordiscovery.com/admissions/treatment
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
HSA cards accepted! interest-free payment plans available. updated 4/18
2119
Children's Country Home
Founded in 1997, Children's Country Home is an eight-bed, nonprofit home that provides 24-hour skilled care to medically fragile and technologically-dependent children. (Keywords: Health, Public Health)
Audience: Medically fragile children.
Location:
Children's Country Home
14643 NE 166th Street
186
Woodinville,
98072
[map]
Schedule: Ongoing
Cost: Call for more info
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Children's Country Home
True
4
updated 3/14
190
Compass Health
Compass Health has a comprehensive range of behavioral health programs serving children, youth, adults, and older adults from a variety of income levels and ethnic cultures. Clients may be experiencing a crisis, seeking assistance for an emotional or behavioral problem, have both a mental health problem and a chemical dependency problem, or be chronically mentally ill. We also provide consultation, training and education services to other medical providers, law enforcement and correction faci(Keywords: Counseling, Depression)
Audience: children, youth, adults, and older adults
Location:
Compass Health clinics are located in Island, San Juan,Skagit and Snohomish Counties.
Admin. offices are in Everett. - 4526 Federal Ave
12
Everett,
98203
[map]
Schedule: n/a
Cost: Varies by program. Inquire about sliding scale
Childcare:
Registration: call New Client Intake
Start Date: n/a
varies by program
Agency: Compass Health
True
1
Compass Health clinics are located throughout Island, San Juan, Skagit, and Snohomish Counties. Emergency Care Crisis Line 425-258-4357 Updated 2/14 Toll-free: 1-800-584-3578 TTY: 800-846-8517 We accept Medicaid, Medicare, Crime Victims Compensation, and Champus. We accept most types of medical coupons.
1769
Evergreen Recovery Centers
Chemical dependency and domestic violence treatment in Snohomish County. Residential treatment for pregnant and parenting mothers. Families In Recovery group on-site. On-site child care.(Keywords: Anger management, Counseling)
Audience: Individuals seeking treatment for chemical dependency and /or domestic violence.
Location:
Evergreen Manor
2601 Summit Ave Bldg A - Additional locations (see below)
12
Everett,
98201
[map]
Schedule: NA
Cost: Sliding Scale
Childcare: NA
Registration: Please call or email
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing.
Agency:
Website info: www.evergreenmanor.org
True
4
Not open to public. Detox, addiction, and DV treatment center. Email askus@evergreenmanor.org for more information.
1953
Families in Recovery Parent Group
Support group with guided curriculum on parenting and ACES for parents who have been in a treatment program. May satisfy requirements as a sober support group or court ordered parenting classes. Childcare provided at no costs. Please arrive early the first time you bring children in order to fill out enrollment forms(Keywords: Father, Mental Health)
Audience: Parents who have been in treatment for substance use
Location:
Evergreen Recovery Center
2732 Grand Avenue - Ste 101
12
Everett,
98201
[map]
Schedule: Fridays, 10-11:30 am
Cost: free
Childcare: yes - rsvp
Registration: 800-932-4673
Start Date: March 20, 2020
ongoing
Sarah
Agency: Parent Trust for Washington Children
True
2
901
Ferry County Community Services-Change Point
Intensive drug/alcohol outpatient; assessment/referral; court evaluations; DUI; deferred prosecution evaluations; aftercare groups; youth intervention/education/treatment; family support. Outreach offices in Curlew, Keller, Orient, Inchelium.(Keywords: Recovery, Substance Abuse)
Audience: Community
Location:
42 Klondike Road
130
Republic,
99166
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-4
Cost: Sliding scale. ADATSA funded
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
updated 1/15
158
Genesis House
Not open to the public (FIR).(Keywords: Domestic Violence, Housing)
Audience:
Location:
621 34th Ave
45
Seattle,
98122
[map]
Schedule: email for specific program information
Cost:
Childcare: email for specific program information
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Mary Englin
Agency:
True
4
Not open to the public (FIR)
369
Greater Columbia Behavioral Health LLC
GCBH ensures behavioral health services are available to enrollees through its provider network and works collaboratively with system stakeholders. GCBH envisions a community that encourages recovery, cultural competency, clinical excellence and access to services.(Keywords: Health, Public Health)
Audience:
Location:
101 N Edison Street - Kennewick, WA 99336
109
Clarkston,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Services the Asotin, Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Garfield, Kittias, Walla Walla, Whitman and Yakima Counties Formerly one of several Behavioral Health Organizations in Washington State. Website is currently under construction.
1683
Inner Peace Counseling
Certifies alcohol/drug treatment; alcohol/drug assessments; family treatment; outpatient; evaluations; relapse prevention.(Keywords: Counseling, Recovery)
Audience: Persons dealing with substance abuse
Location:
118 North Market Blvd.
195
Chehalis,
98532
[map]
Schedule: Mon thur Thur 9-6; Fri 9-4
Cost: Varies
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
313
KCR - Helping Children Who Witness Domestic Violence
This 12-week class is designed to help understand the effects that DV has on children and everyone involved; to learn and practice new problem-solving techniques with children; and to help find support and counseling for yourself and your children.(Keywords: Anger management, Counseling)
Audience: Children who witness DV
Location:
The Parenting Place
1201 Park Avenue
72
Bremerton,
98337
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare: No
Registration: Yes
Start Date:
Agency: Kitsap Community Resources
True
1
2015
Kids First Children's Advocacy Center of Steven's County
Our mission is to recognize the right of all children to a safe childhood. Kids First Children's Advocacy Center of Stevens County strives to reduce trauma and provide support to child victims of sexual abuse and their families. This is accomplished by providing on-site agency collaboration and the use of a multidisciplinary team approach in investigation and treatment of child abuse. (Keywords: Abuse, Counseling)
Audience: Child victims of sexual abuse and their families.
Location:
Rural Resources Community Action
248
Newport,
[map]
Schedule: Center Help Line is available round the clock
Cost: No fee
Childcare:
Registration: call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Rural Resources Community Action
True
4
Updated 4/14
2016
Kids First Children's Advocacy Center of Steven's County
Our mission is to recognize the right of all children to a safe childhood. Kids First Children's Advocacy Center of Stevens County strives to reduce trauma and provide support to child victims of sexual abuse and their families. This is accomplished by providing on-site agency collaboration and the use of a multidisciplinary team approach in investigation and treatment of child abuse. (Keywords: Abuse, Counseling)
Audience: Child victims of sexual abuse and their families.
Location:
Rural Resources Community Action
130
Republic,
[map]
Schedule: Center Help Line is available round the clock
Cost: No fee
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Rural Resources Community Action
True
4
Updated 1/15
2014
Kids First Children\'s Advocacy Center of Steven\'s County
Our mission is to recognize the right of all children to a safe childhood. Kids First Children\'s Advocacy Center of Stevens County strives to reduce trauma and provide support to child victims of sexual abuse and their families. This is accomplished by providing on-site agency collaboration and the use of a multidisciplinary team approach in investigation and treatment of child abuse. (Keywords: Abuse, Counseling)
Audience: Child victims of sexual abuse and their families.
Location:
Rural Resources Community Action
288
Colville,
[map]
Schedule: Center Help Line is available round the clock
Cost: No fee
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Rural Resources Community Action
True
4
1596
Monarch Children\'s Justice & Advocacy Center
Support group for child abuse and neglect victims.(Keywords: Abuse, Child Protective Services)
Audience: Child abuse and neglect victims
Location:
420 Golf Club Rd SE - Suite 203
295
Lacey,
98503
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Updated 10/21 Updated 2/14
1570
N.E.W Alliance Counseling Services
Mental health/chemical dependency outpatient services; 24 hour crisis response; outpatient substance abuse treatment; brief therapy case management.(Keywords: Counseling, Mental Health)
Audience: Community
Location:
East 301 Clay Ave Rm. 201
287
Chewelah,
99109
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 8-4:30
Cost: Sliding fee scale; insurance; med.coupons
Childcare: No.
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: North East Washington Alliance Counseling
True
4
983
New Horizons Care Center - Isabella House
Families in recovery - not open to public(Keywords: Housing, Recovery)
Audience: Families in recovery
Location:
2323 N. Discovery Place
64
Spokane,
99216
[map]
Schedule: Fri 8:30-9:50
Cost: email for more info
Childcare:
Registration: email for more info
Start Date:
Tami Cunningham
Agency: Children's Home Society of Washington
True
4
New listing 5/12
172
ONLINE Families in Recovery parenting group
Families in Recovery online support group Attendance can count toward sober support group or parenting group/class if needed. Talk to the instructor. (Keywords: Father, Grandfather)
Audience: Parents, grandparents, and caregivers with history of substance treatment
Location:
284
Snohomish,
[map]
Schedule: Thurs 6-7:30 pm
Cost: none
Childcare:
Registration: call for intake
Start Date: May 14, 2020
ongoing
Families in Recovery
Agency: Parent Trust for Washington Children
True
2
679
ONLINE Families in Recovery parenting group
Families in Recovery online support group Attendance can count toward sober support group or parenting group/class if needed. Talk to the instructor. (Keywords: Father, Grandfather)
Audience: Parents, grandparents, and caregivers with history of substance treatment
Location:
online
12
Everett,
[map]
Schedule: Thurs 6-7:30 pm
Cost: none
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: May 14 2020
ongoing
Families in Recovery
Agency:
True
2
370
Parent Trust Community Families In Recovery
Support group for parents in recovery from substance abuse. Drop-In group.(Keywords: FAS, Father)
Audience: Families in recovery from addiction
Location:
Catholic Community Services Recovery Center
515 Lakeway Dr.
17
Bellingham,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Wednesday, 12:15 to 1:45pm
Cost: Free
Childcare: None
Registration: Not required
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Elisa Becerra
Agency: Parent Trust for Washington Children
True
2
1954
Parent Trust Community Families In Recovery Group
Support group for parents in recovery from substance abuse. Drop-In group.(Keywords: FAS, Mental Health)
Audience: Families in recovery from addiction
Location:
Catholic Community Services Recovery Center
2806 Douglas Ave.
305
Lynden,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Wednesday, 12:15 to 1:45pm
Cost: None
Childcare: No
Registration: Not required
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Shawna Bowman
Agency: Parent Trust for Washington Children
True
2
Updated 3/14
2072
Parent-Child Assistance Program
The Parent‐Child Assistance Program (PCAP) is an evidence‐based home visitation case‐management model for mothers who abuse alcohol or drugs during pregnancy. Its goals are to help mothers build healthy families and prevent future births of children exposed prenatally to alcohol and drugs.(Keywords: Baby, Child Protective Services)
Audience: Mothers using alcohol/drugs during or after pregnancy
Location:
The Willows
- White Center
352
Seattle (South),
[map]
Schedule: In-patient & out-patient
Cost: Call for info
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Nancy
Agency: UW Health Sciences Unit
True
4
inactive 3/12 Updated - active - 3/15
1745
Parent-Child Assistance Program
The Parent‐Child Assistance Program (PCAP) is an evidence‐based home visitation case‐management model for mothers who abuse alcohol or drugs during pregnancy. Its goals are to help mothers build healthy families and prevent future births of children exposed prenatally to alcohol and drugs.(Keywords: Baby, Counseling)
Audience: Mothers using alcohol/drugs during or after pregnancy
Location:
63
Tacoma,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: Call for info
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Lori
Agency: UW Health Sciences Unit
True
4
Updated 3/15
413
Parenting and Family Values
A 12 week parenting class for parents invested in strengthening family relationships.(Keywords: Anger management, Recovery)
Audience: Parents and Caregivers
Location:
St. David's Episcopal Church
324 West Cedar St.
215
Shelton,
[map]
Schedule: Tuesdays, 6-8pm
Cost: $200 (Sliding Scale)
Childcare: None
Registration: Required
Start Date: Rolling enrollment
12 weeks
Shelly Willis
Agency: Family Education and Support Services
True
1
updated 9/15 Meets the court requirement. 2/12
309
Parenting in Recovery
For parents who are recovering from alcohol and/or drug abuse. This class offers insights into a child\'s perspective and feelings towards their parent. It helps parents learn positive parenting skills, how to have honest communication and help in rebuilding the parent/child releationship. 2 hours a week. Call for more information.(Keywords: Education, Recovery)
Audience: Parents in Recovery
Location:
1201 Park Ave
72
Bremerton,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare: Yes
Registration: Yes - Call to Register
Start Date:
8 weeks
Agency: The Parenting Place
True
1
1992
PCIT: Parent-Child Interaction Training
A treatment for families that focuses on reducing serious child behavioral problems, improving parenting skills, and changing relationships. PCIT uses a concrete, skill-based approach to teach children and parents new and positive ways to relate to each other. In each session, the parent and child play together as a PCIT therapist coaches the parent on interactions. The therapist helps the parent practice and master new skills. (Keywords: Abuse, Counseling)
Audience: Victims of sexual abuse
Location:
Harborview Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress
1401 East Jefferson, Suite 400
45
Seattle,
98122
[map]
Schedule: Call for Details
Cost: Call for information, scholarships may be availabl
Childcare: n/a
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Naomi Perry
Agency: Harborview Medical Center
True
1
Updated 10/09
151
Perinatal Support - full day/outpatient
The Day Program is an intensive outpatient mental health treatment program for new and expecting moms. Part of the Center for Perinatal Bonding and Support, the Day Program is led by psychiatrists and therapists who specialize in caring for new and expecting moms. We welcome new moms to our supportive community where you can speak openly and get help for symptoms including sleeplessness, uncontrollable worrying, emptiness, not feeling like yourself, intrusive thoughts, anxiety and more. No referral needed. (Keywords: Baby, Counseling)
Audience: mothers w/small immobile babies
Location:
Swedish Center for Perinatal Bonding and Support
1101 Madison - Suite 500
45
Seattle,
98104
[map]
Schedule: Mon-Thurs 9 am - 3 pm
Cost: insurance
Childcare: bring baby
Registration: call 206-320-7288
Start Date: open
1 - 3 weeks
Agency: Swedish Center for Perinatal Bonding and Support
True
2
active 11/16
1682
Providence Addictions Recovery Center
Intensive alcohol/drug outpatient treatment; relapse therapy; ongoing treatment; couples groups; ADATSA assessment; referral; DUI services.(Keywords: Counseling, Recovery)
Audience: Community
Location:
500 SE Washington Street
195
Chehalis,
98532
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
672
Providence Intervention Center for Assault & Abuse
A sexual assault center, providing medical and legal advocacy, as well as support services such as free support groups, case management, referrals for counseling and community education.We are part of a child advocacy center with law enforcement, child protective services, victim advocacy & mental health.(Keywords: Abuse, Counseling)
Audience: Sexual abused victims (all ages) & physically abused children
Location:
Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center
1509 California Street
12
Everett,
98201
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: No Fee
Childcare: No
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
1192
Rod's House
Rod's House Drop-In Center for Homeless Youth is a project of the Homeless Youth Workgroup of Yakima County.Rod's House provides meals, laundry and shower facilities, clothing and personal hygiene supplies, and computer access along with referrals to education options, health care, employment, and social services.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Clothing)
Audience: Homeless youth in Yakima County
Location:
Rod's House
204 South Naches Ave.
61
Yakima,
98901
[map]
Schedule: Call for hours
Cost: None
Childcare: NA
Registration: No
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Yakima Homeless Network
True
4
Verified and updated 02/14
1109
Sound Mental Health Counseling Services
Counseling for individuals, children, couples. Groups.(Keywords: Counseling, Health)
Audience: Commuity
Location:
6400 Southcenter Blvd
84
Tukwila,
98188
[map]
Schedule:
Cost: accepts Provider One and many types of insurance
Childcare: No
Registration:
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
call 206-302-2300 for Deaf services
794
Spokane Addiction Recovery Center
Certified intensive outpatient drug/ alcohol treatment; DWI assessment;alcohol/drug information school, ADIS; relapse prevention; different levels of treatment for alcohol/drug dependency, after care, and deferred prosecution. Domestic violence services. Spokane addiction recovery (SPARC), outpatient services. 509- 624-5228(Keywords: Mental Health, Recovery)
Audience: Anyone seeking assistance in their struggle against substance abuse
Location:
812 S. Walnut ST.
64
Spokane,
99205
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
verified 2/12
1449
St. Peter Chemical Dependency Center
Detox; inpatient; residential; day patient; outpatient; intervention; assessment; relapse program; family program; medical evaluation; individual & group therapy.(Keywords: Recovery, Substance Abuse)
Audience: Persons dealing with substance abuse
Location:
4800 College St. SE
295
Lacey,
98503
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost: Call for Information
Childcare:
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
712
Teen Eating Disorder group - Center for Discovery
Weekly free outpatient support group for Teens and adults. Separate but simultaneous meeting for family members and support. (Keywords: Recovery, Teen)
Audience: Adults, families
Location:
Center for DIscovery Outpatient
11000 NE 33rd Place - Ste 340
71
Bellevue,
98004
[map]
Schedule: call
Cost: No Fee
Childcare: no
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: ongoing
ongoing
Agency: Center For Human Services
True
2
updated 4/18
1175
Valley Cities Parent & Family Support Programs
Valley Cities offers programs and services that address therapeutic and other needs of adults, children, and families. These services address behavioral healthcare, parenting support, chemical dependence and dual diagnoses, domestic violence, early intervention for children w/special needs, and other basic needs.(Keywords: Anger management, Basic Needs)
Audience: Adults, children and teens, and families in South King County.
Location:
Comprehensive Services/Youth & Family Services
1336 S 336th Street
79
Federal Way,
98003
[map]
Schedule: Mon-Thurs/8:30am to 6:15pm & Friday/8:30am to 5pm
Cost: Varies
Childcare: Call for info
Registration: Yes
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Valley Cities
True
4
Updated 10/21
2124
Verdant Health Commission and YWCA - Grief and Loss
Grief and Loss: A Healing Process Group- We experience so many kinds of loss throughout our lives: death, divorce, beloved pets, job loss, loss of health, or mobility. Without support and adequate grieving, these losses can seem overwhelming. Please join the YWCA for a healing journey as we explore different types of loss, the ways we respond, grief cycles, and healthy ways to approach our grief. In better understanding ourselves and our feelings, we can process our losses in a healing way, providing a groundwork that honors memories and paves a future path.(Keywords: Counseling, Depression)
Audience: Adults who have experienced loss
Location:
Verdant Community Wellness Center
4710 196th St. SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036
68
Lynnwood,
98036
[map]
Schedule: Tuesdays, January 24th - March 14th 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Cost: Free
Childcare:
Registration: Required
Start Date: Tuesday, January 24th
Ends Tuesday, March 14th
Arlen
Agency: Verdant Health Commission and YWCA
True
2
Updated 7/10 Updated 5/13 Updated 2/17
1442
Volunteers of America of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
Transitional housing, shelter, housing stability, and support services for pregnant and parenting teens; youth; disabled adults; families and individuals facing mental illness; formerly incarcerated; and adult men and women. Temporary housing for families visiting incarcerated family members.(Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Adults and families in need.
Location:
Administrative Offices
525 West Second Avenue
64
Spokane,
99201
[map]
Schedule: Mon thru Fri 9-5
Cost: None
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Call for Info
Agency: Volunteers of America
True
4
Verified 2.12
1244
WA State Community Action Partnership
Help families achieve sufficiency in the following areas: housing, physical health, alcohol/drug abuse, legal service, parenting, mental & emotional health, transportation, income & budgeting, family & social relations.(Keywords: Health, Housing)
Audience: Low-Income Communiity
Location:
PO Box 15940
45
Seattle,
98115
[map]
Schedule: Call for Info
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date:
Agency:
True
4
Verified 3/12
2078
Washington's Incarcerated Vet Project
The Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Services is a joint project with King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties. It addresses the needs of veterans' incarcerated in Country Correctional Facilities, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment. Many of the veterans have come to jail due to untreated drug and alcohol issues, poverty, homelessness, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Incarcerated Veterans
Location:
King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties
69
Olympia,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: N/a
Registration: Call for information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
True
4
King County- Dennis Brown dennisb@dva.wa.gov; Valina Hayes-Martinez valindah@dva.wa.gov 206-305-4513 Pierce County- James Boltz 253-798-2315 Thurston County- (unable to confirm Travis Sayers TravisS@dva.wa.gov 360-725-2176); 360-867-2034 Clark County- (Mike Wilbur MikeW@dva.wa.gov 360-241-3448-unable to confirm) Updated 4/16
2079
Washington's Incarcerated Vet Project
The Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Services is a joint project with King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties. It addresses the needs of veterans' incarcerated in Country Correctional Facilities, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment. Many of the veterans have come to jail due to untreated drug and alcohol issues, poverty, homelessness, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Incarcerated Veterans
Location:
King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties
46
Vancouver,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: N/a
Registration: Call for information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
True
4
King County- Dennis Brown dennisb@dva.wa.gov; Valina Hayes-Martinez valindah@dva.wa.gov 206-305-4513 Pierce County- James Boltz 253-798-2315 Thurston County- (unable to confirm Travis Sayers TravisS@dva.wa.gov 360-725-2176); 360-867-2034 Clark County- (Mike Wilbur MikeW@dva.wa.gov 360-241-3448-unable to confirm) Updated 4/16
2075
Washington's Incarcerated Vet Project-
The Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Services is a joint project with King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties. It addresses the needs of veterans' incarcerated in Country Correctional Facilities, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment. Many of the veterans have come to jail due to untreated drug and alcohol issues, poverty, homelessness, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Incarcerated Veterans
Location:
King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties
45
Seattle,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: N/a
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
True
4
Verified 3/12 King County- Garry Hodgson garyh@dva.wa.gov 206-819-8685 Pierce County- David Green DavidG@dva.wa.gov 253-320-5238 Thurston County- Travis Sayers TravisS@dva.wa.gov 360-725-2176 Clark County- Mike Wilbur MikeW@dva.wa.gov 360-241-3448 Updated 2/10
2077
Washington's Incarcerated Vet Project-
The Incarcerated Veterans Reintegration Services is a joint project with King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties. It addresses the needs of veterans' incarcerated in Country Correctional Facilities, offering alternatives to jail and referral to housing, employment services, and treatment. Many of the veterans have come to jail due to untreated drug and alcohol issues, poverty, homelessness, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. (Keywords: Basic Needs, Counseling)
Audience: Incarcerated Veterans
Location:
King, Pierce, Thurston and Clark Counties
63
Tacoma,
[map]
Schedule: Call for info
Cost: None
Childcare: N/a
Registration: Call for information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
True
4
Donald Lachman, WDVA Program Manager: DonaldL@dva.wa.gov 206-962-1503 Fax # (206) 623-0200 Veterans Reintegration Services 418 Second Avenue Extension S Seattle, WA 98104 Updated 1/10/12
2121
Whatcom County Basic Needs Resources - Opportunity Council
The Opportunity Council is a private, non-profit Community Action Agency serving homeless and low-income families and individuals. Our mission is to help people improve their lives through education, support, and direct assistance while advocating for just and equitable communities.(Keywords: Baby, Basic Needs)
Audience: families with needs/low income
Location:
Whatcom County
1111 Cornwall Ave
17
Bellingham,
98225
[map]
Schedule: Call for more information
Cost: Call for more information
Childcare:
Registration: Call for more information
Start Date: Ongoing
Ongoing
Agency: Opportunity Council
True
4
Updated 11/18
1215
WISe wraparound
CCS provides wraparound services for children and youth with multiple and complex needs in Whatcom and Skagit counties. A child/youth’s history and needs, as well the family’s interest in participating, are taken into consideration when deciding whether our wraparound program offers the appropriate level of care. The wraparound process is intended to achieve positive outcomes by providing a structured, creative and individualized team planning process with youth, family and natural supports as key members of the team. The program is voluntary and each enrolled family is assigned a Care Coordinator who supports the team process. An assigned Family Support Partner represents the parent perspective and serves as parent support and advocate. Youth Partners are available for older youth to engage them in their own treatment. An assigned therapist works closely with youth, their families, and the entire wraparound team. Wraparound services adhere to certain defining principles, such as youth-guided, family-centered, strengths-based and culturally relevant.(Keywords: ADD, ADHD)
Audience: Families of school age children in need of intensive family services
Location:
in-home
17
Bellingham,
[map]
Schedule: varies
Cost: none
Childcare: includes children
Registration: call
Start Date: Ongoing
1-2 years
Martha Liljegren
Agency: Catholic Community Services
True
4
1480
Wraparound Program - Yakima Valley Farmworkers - Behavioral Health Services
Behavioral Health Services provides mental health counseling, therapy and case management services for adults, children, adolescents and their families. Services: Individual, group and family therapy Psychiatric services, including evaluations, medication management and primary care consulting Therapeutic care for youths Crisis assessment and intervention for children and adolescents Psychological testing and evaluation for special populations Brief therapy Behavioral assessment program for children Behavioral Health Services also assists people needing specialized services such as vocational support, therapeutic foster care and parenting classes. (Keywords: ADD, ADHD)
Audience: Individuals and families
Location:
Yakima Valley Farm Workers - Behavioral Health Services
918 East Mead Avenue
61
Yakima,
98903
[map]
Schedule: Mon-Thu, 8am to 6pm; Fri 8am to 5:30pm
Cost: Most insurance; Medicare
Childcare: No
Registration: Call for appointment
Start Date: Ongoing
Janis Luvaas
Agency: Yakima Valley Farm Workers
True
4
Updated 1/18 Updated 02.14
1539
Wraparound Programs - Comprehensive Healthcare
Sexual assault victim advocacy; 24 hour crisis line; certified drug/alcohol outpatient treatment; methadone program; vocational services; comprehensive mental health; housing; domestic violence program.(Keywords: Depression, Domestic Violence)
Audience: Families and individuals in need.
Location:
Central Washington Mental Health
112 West Main Street
189
Goldendale,
98620
[map]
Schedule: Mon.- Fri./8am to 5pm
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date:
Ongoing
Agency: CWCMH
True
4
updated 1/18 updated 2/14
1533
Wraparound Programs - Comprehensive Healthcare
This private nonprofit organization, provides a full range of mental health, chemical dependency, housing, veterans, domestic violence, and sexual assault services as well as community education and other specialized services throughout Yakima, Kittitas, and Klickitat Counties. (Keywords: Anger management, Counseling)
Audience: Central WA families & individuals
Location:
Yakima Center
402 South 4th Ave
61
Yakima,
98902
[map]
Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm
Cost: Sliding fee scale
Childcare: NA
Registration: Call for info
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency: Central WA Comprehensive Mental Health
True
4
Verified 1/18 Updated and verified 1/14
1280
Wraparound Programs - Greater Columbia Behavioral Health Office
Greater Columbia Behavioral Health (GCBH) is one of several Behavioral Health Organizations (BHOs) in Washington State. GCBH ensures behavioral health services are available to enrollees through its provider network and works collaboratively with system stakeholders. GCBH envisions a community that encourages recovery, cultural competency, clinical excellence and access to services.(Keywords: Health, Recovery)
Audience:
Location:
83
Walla Walla,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 1/18
1276
Wraparound Programs - Greater Columbia Behavioral Health Office
Greater Columbia Behavioral Health (GCBH) is one of several Behavioral Health Organizations (BHOs) in Washington State. GCBH ensures behavioral health services are available to enrollees through its provider network and works collaboratively with system stakeholders. GCBH envisions a community that encourages recovery, cultural competency, clinical excellence and access to services.(Keywords: Health, Recovery)
Audience:
Location:
141
Pomeroy,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
updated 1/18
1269
Wraparound Programs - Greater Columbia Behavioral Health Office
Greater Columbia Behavioral Health (GCBH) is one of several Behavioral Health Organizations (BHOs) in Washington State. GCBH ensures behavioral health services are available to enrollees through its provider network and works collaboratively with system stakeholders. GCBH envisions a community that encourages recovery, cultural competency, clinical excellence and access to services.(Keywords: Health, Recovery)
Audience:
Location:
34
Pasco,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: Ongoing
Agency:
True
4
Updated 1/18
1268
Wraparound Programs - Greater Columbia Behavioral Health Office
Greater Columbia Behavioral Health (GCBH) is one of several Behavioral Health Organizations (BHOs) in Washington State. GCBH ensures behavioral health services are available to enrollees through its provider network and works collaboratively with system stakeholders. GCBH envisions a community that encourages recovery, cultural competency, clinical excellence and access to services.(Keywords: Health, Recovery)
Audience:
Location:
349
Ellensburg,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: ongoing
Agency:
True
4
33
Wraparound Programs - Greater Columbia Behavioral Health Office
Greater Columbia Behavioral Health (GCBH) is one of several Behavioral Health Organizations (BHOs) in Washington State. GCBH ensures behavioral health services are available to enrollees through its provider network and works collaboratively with system stakeholders. GCBH envisions a community that encourages recovery, cultural competency, clinical excellence and access to services.(Keywords: Health, Recovery)
Audience:
Location:
61
Yakima,
[map]
Schedule:
Cost:
Childcare:
Registration:
Start Date: ongoing
509.735.8681 or 800.795.9296
Agency:
True
4
updated 1/18