This is a listing of Everett-area services that provide access to free or low-cost mental health resources. Addiction, disability and mental health services are included in this index.
Please be advised: the Everett Social Services listed in the Everett Helplink index do not constitute an endorsement by our website, nor are they a guarantee of the services listed on those pages.
Mental Health & Drug Dependency Treatment Services
Listed below are mental health and drug dependency treatment clinics and programs that serve the Everett area.
Volunteers of America offers multiple services in the Everett area, including an emotional support service through the 24 Hour Crisis Line and referral assistance. Anyone may call the VOA Care Crisis Response Services, or ‘the Care Crisis Line,’ at 1-800-584-3578. This resource is available 24/7 and 365 days-a-year, and callers can speak with a licensed mental health professional who will assess the situation, make appropriate referrals, and/or dispatch the CPIT community based outreach team.
Compass Health is a private, non-profit, state licensed organization that provides mental health and chemical dependency services at its multiple locations in Everett area. Compass offers a wide range of programs serving individuals of all ages and income levels. Clients can receive medication as well as counseling. This facility also dispenses methadone.
This services is a multi-service provider. Sunrise serves clients that have developmental disabilities, mental illness, physical challenges, and/or addiction(s). They also assist clients who need help to manage employment and money.
This facility provides assessments, case management for adults and children, psychiatric medication assessment and management, as well as individual, group, and dual-diagnosis groups. It accepts medical coupons, ADATSA, private insurance, and private pay.
The CCS NW Recovery Centers provides a full range of outpatient chemical dependency treatment services in Everett. The facility offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) as well as standard outpatient substance abuse treatment. It is affiliated with the Catholic Church, and provides services to clients of all religious preferences. This center does not have a staff psychiatrist, nor do they provide medication management. Suboxone treatment is available and overseen by an on-staff medical doctor. Detox services are not available.
Therapeutic Health Services is an outpatient service and program that offers a wide range of treatment options for individuals, youth, and families affected by drug dependence, substance and/or alcohol abuse, and mental illness. This is the only clinically supervised methadone (Buprenorphine and Suboxone) treatment option available in the Everett area.
This center offers detox, a mother-and-child residential program, and a variety of outpatient services for substance abuse and mental health issues. Evergreen Recovery Centers accepts Medicaid and will assist persons without health insurance. Though no individual will be refused admission for inability to pay, priority is given to persons from the local region when beds are limited.
Offers free basic counseling services. This location does not offer any medication management for psychiatric help.
The center provides outpatient counseling services in North Puget Sound communities. They operate two locations in Everett and accept most insurance plans. CCNPS offers adjusted fee scales and/or scholarships as resources allow.
Peoria Home provides long-term secure housing with an array of support services for women with a history of sex trafficking, prostitution and chemical dependency. Services include therapy, drug & alcohol treatment, medical & dental care, legal services, educational opportunities and job training.
The Hand Up Project is an advocacy group for the homeless and those who suffer from addiction. They are a Snohomish-area resource that facilitates safe housing, detox, mental health support, addiction support, community service, and charitable donations. This organization works closely with Safe Baby Safe Mom, Hand in Hand, Trinity Lutheran Church, and more.
This service offers a variety of alcohol and drug-related services including assessment, treatment, case management, outreach, and urine and breath testing. Each of these programs are provided at no cost to the client. The Pacific Treatment Alternatives is the admitting agency for the Safe Babies, Safe Moms (SBSM) program that provides case management, connections to comprehensive services, behavioral health treatment, and classes.
District 12 of Area 72 Western Washington Alcoholics Anonymous. District 12 is located in the northern part of Everett and Marysville Washington. This include parts of the Tulalip Indian Reservation. This district shares boundaries with Districts 19, 2 and 3. Also within this regions geographic boundaries is the Spanish speaking District 57. They all Share the same Central Office. Go to website linked below for information on contacting the Districts’ Central Office, Meeting Schedules, and information about Alcoholics Anonymous.
Recovery Café Everett is a community center in a cafe setting, and offers a supportive setting for men and women in recovery.
This is a free needle exchange program where individuals can anonymously exchange used needles for clean ones. Individuals will receive one clean needle for each used needle turned in.
National Mental Health AFFILIATes
These links listed below are for regional and national Mental Health alliance organizations. Most offer valuable information resources, mental health education classes, and support groups.
NAMI is dedicated to improving the lives of people with severe mental illnesses. This organization advocates for family and consumer support, education, and self-help.
The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis, as well as and their families and friends, with qualified, caring VA responders. The Veterans Crisis Line operates a toll-free hotline, online chat, and text-messaging service. Communication is confidential.
behavioral health services for children & Teens
Ryther is a recognized leader in psychiatric and behavioral health services for children and their families facing complex challenges. They are dedicated to providing comprehensive services and innovative treatments. They guide, coach and teach so that every child and family we work with may experience new ways of thinking, develop positive relationships and realize a better life.