The Washington Recovery Help Line offers 24-hour help, including treatment referrals, for substance use, problem gambling, and mental health.
Toll free: 1-866-789-1511
WA only: 206-461-3219 (TTY)
Click topics below to find resources for more information:
Medications for OUD in Washington State
- Medications for Opioid Use Disorder Locator for WA State
- Operated by the Washington Recovery Help Line which communicates directly with included providers and provides detailed information on services available.
- Find a behavioral health agency in Washington State (WA DOH)
- Licensed Opioid Treatment Programs (methadone clinics) (DSHS)
- Licensed buprenorphine providers locator (SAMHSA)
- Federal directory of some providers who are authorized to use buprenorphine. For additional information on providers currently taking clients and what services they offer, consider looking at the MOUD locator provided by the Washington Recovery Help Line.
- Syringe service program directory (WA DOH)
Overdose and Naloxone
If you are in an emergency now, CALL 911.
- Washington Poison Center: 1-800-222-1222.
24-hour expert treatment advice on exposures to poisonous, hazardous, or toxic substances.
- 24-hour Crisis Line: 1-866-4-CRISIS (1-866-427-4747).
Immediate help for those in emotional crisis. Referrals to appropriate services. Primary link for Seattle-King County residents to emergency mental health services.
- King County Crisis Line: Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-621-4636 (M-F 8am-6pm).
- Teen Link: 1-866-833-6546 (evenings 6-10pm).
Confidential and anonymous help line for teens.
Drug and alcohol treatment and support
Services for people who use drugs
- Syringe exchange programs in WA State: Current list of programs in WA State, provided by the WA State Department of Health
- Safer drug use/injection education topics: Educational materials for download, provided by Public Health-Seattle & King County.
- Hepatitis Education Project: Non-profit organization providing hepatitis education, support, and advocacy.
- WA State Community Resources: Health and human services in WA State (e.g., domestic violence, health care, mental health, housing, food, legal, jobs, financial). Dial 2-1-1 or visit their website Operated by the Crisis Clinic, a WA State non-profit.