Substance Use Disorder Services
The Thurston County Substance Use Disorder Program coordinates services for Thurston and Mason County residents who are chemically dependent. Services are available to low income individuals and persons with no income who receive state entitlements (i.e., medical coupons, SSI, etc.). Sliding fee scales may apply based on income.
The Substance Use Disorder Program contracts with licensed chemical dependency agencies for outpatient services, detoxification, involuntary commitment, intensive case management, and methadone.
Washington State Directory of Certified Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, and Problem & Pathological Gambling Services
The directory is primarily a listing of substance use disorder service providers certified by the Washington State DSHS Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery – DBHR. Agencies are listed alphabetically within each county. The index at the back of the agencies section provides an alphabetical listing of all certified agencies statewide.
PUBLIC HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES Information and Referral
24-hour telephone Crisis Intervention
and Information and Referral
The Crisis Clinic of Thurston and Mason Counties
Youth Help Line
North Mason County Toll Free
Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services Network Providers
Outpatient treatment services are appropriate for the addiction of alcohol and other drugs. Eligible patients receive a chemical dependency assessment and referral to inpatient and/or outpatient treatment services as appropriate. Outpatient services include individual and group counseling, education, and activities for patients and their families.
Pregnant And Postpartum Women And Parenting Patient Services
Child Care: Licensed childcare is provided through an approved off-site childcare service for patients who are participating in assessment and treatment activities, and support activities such as support groups, parenting education and other support activities when those activities are recommended as part of the recovery process and noted in the patient’s treatment plan.
Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Parenting Patient Services: Services designed for this population are for women who are pregnant, women who are postpartum during the first year after pregnancy completion regardless of the outcome of the pregnancy or placement of children, and men or women who are parenting children under the age of six, including those attempting to gain custody of children supervised by the Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Children and Families Services (DCFS). If eligible for chemical dependency services, a client may receive outpatient treatment, assistance with childcare, as well as transitional housing services.
Behavioral Health Resources Recovery Services
360-704-7170 or 800-825-4820
360-426-1696 or 800-825-4820