• Washington Information Network 211 is a telephone line supported by the Washington State Legislature to provide answers for people with health and human services questions and offer assistance in providing information or referring callers to a variety of services.

  • The Washington Recovery Help Line is an anonymous and confidential help line that provides crisis intervention and referral services.

    The Recovery Help Line is operated 24-hours a day by professionally trained volunteers and staff available to provide emotional support and offer local treatment resources for substance abuse, problem gambling, mental health challenges, and other community services.

  • Seattle Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup

    Intergroup serves the AA community in the Seattle area 24-hours a day. The group provides up-to-date information regarding membership, speakers, meetings, as well as general information about AA online and over the phone.

  • All Treatment Washington

    AllTreatment is a comprehensive resource that provides information about substance abuse and mental health, as well as a directory of treatment centers and community support partners. The group seeks to make recovery easier to understand and achieve by partnering with universities, non-profits, and mental health professionals to give information about addiction and recovery.

  • Overdose Prevention

    This website provides instructions on how to save the life of someone experiencing an overdose as well as information on the current Washington State law regarding overdose, access to treatment, and other educational materials.

  • Domestic Violence

    The King County Superior Court Clerk’s Office website provides information about domestic violence including warning signs and steps for a personal safety plan to escape abuse. It also includes a comprehensive list of organizations and shelters in the area for victims of domestic violence.