If you are not interested in our program, and are looking just for treatment resources, you may self-direct as follows.

If you have state insurance or no insurance, follow the steps below if you are wanting substance use treatment.

If you are pregnant, a registered tribal member, or have private insurance, we can assist with locating treatment for you directly. Please click our CONTACT page to get in touch with us.

If you have private insurance, we can assist with your process directly (click the CONTACT page to get in touch with us).

FIRST STEP

For Washington state residents who do not have private insurance, the first step towards getting assistance with substance abuse or mental health is to apply for state medical insurance. 

Apply for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) at www.wahealthplanfinder.org

When you’re ready to apply, you’ll need the following:

  • Your household monthly income.
  • The Social Security numbers and dates of birth for each member of your household.
  • Your immigration information, if that applies to you.

If you need assistance, please call WithinReach at 1-800-322-2588.

If you live in another state and are wanting to enroll in your state insurance program, please visit Medicare

NEXT STEPS

Once you have enrolled in state insurance, the next step is contacting treatment services in your area. To locate, please click here, and be sure to check the box that says SA (Substance Abuse) & MH (Mental Health) not just SA.

For Opiate Substitution Treatment Services (MAT - Medication Assisted Treatment), please click here.

To access the full directory of Certified Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, and Problem & Pathological Gambling Services, please click here. 

If you need assistance getting an assessment, or need a ride to an assessment and you live in Snohomish County, please contact Robert Smiley with the Hand Up Project at 425-971-1774.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

WA State Mental Health Services
Office of Neighborhoods - Snohomish County Sherriff's Office
Parent Support - Changes Support Network
SUD Parent Guide – Treatment Options for Minors
Search for local community services: Community Resources Online (WIN 2-1-1)
Support Groups
/12-Step Programs

Treatment locator for outside WA State
MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) locator outside of WA state