If you are just 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.
For other addiction or support resources, please scroll down to Additional Resources.

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.

First Step - Sign up for insurance

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

Apply for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) at www.wahealthplanfinder.org
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 Step - locate treatment

Once you have enrolled in state insurance, the next step is contacting treatment services in your area.

If you are wanting immediate services, American Behavioral Health Systems - Detox in Port Angeles has the soonest availability (same day to 24-48 hours). Please contact them for instructions and phone intake at (360) 477-4790.
**Please note, this is a non-medical detox. Any medications you need will need to be prescribed before admission. They do allow suboxone, but do not prescribe it at the facility. You would need a prescription before admission.
**If you need transportation, you can contact Robert Smiley with The Hand Up Project at 425-971-1774.
**There is an onsite CDP who can assist with inpatient treatment options following detox, but inpatient bed availability is not guaranteed.

For Snohomish/Island/Whatcom County residents:

If you are interested in a detox that offers suboxone, and are a Snohomish/Island/Whatcom county resident, you can contact Skagit Crisis Center at (360) 757-7738. Intake is at the beginning of the week, and they can typically take people in by Thursday. The prescribing physician is not onsite until Fridays. More info available on their website here.
**If you need transportation, you can contact Robert Smiley with The Hand Up Project at 425-971-1774.

If you are in need of medical detox, and are a Snohomish/Island/Whatcom county resident, you can contact Evergreen Recovery Detox at (425) 258-3255. They do phone intakes daily, and ask that you call back at 8am, 1pm, and 7pm daily to check on the status of an available detox bed. For more info please call, or visit them at their website here.
**If you need transportation, you can contact Robert Smiley with The Hand Up Project at 425-971-1774.

To secure detox and inpatient consecutively, you will need to work with a contracted agency in North Sound BHO. Catholic Community Services in Everett has open intake hours from 8am-1pm Monday through Thursday. The address is 2610 Wetmore Avenue. The phone number is (425) 258-5270. The process from having an assessment to waiting for a bed can take 2-6 weeks, depending on availability. For the full list of contracted agencies/providers, click here.
**If you need transportation, you can contact Robert Smiley with The Hand Up Project at 425-971-1774.

Other Snohomish/Island/Whatcom County treatment resources: here
To locate treatment outside of Snohomish County, please click here.
For a quick list of WA state-funded intensive inpatient facilities, click here
To access the full directory of WA Certified Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, and Problem & Pathological Gambling Services, please click here. 
For WA State Opiate Substitution Treatment Services (MAT - Medication Assisted Treatment), please click here.

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