Recovery and Support Groups:
These Recovery Programs offer services for people with any addictive behavior that causes their life to become unmanageable as well as for those who are affected by the destructive behavior of others. You are not alone. Over 1,000,000 individuals seek help in a recovery program every year.
Celebrate Recovery is not just for people with alcohol or drug problems. Celebrate Recovery is for people with any addictive behavior that causes their life to become unmanageable. Celebrate Recovery is also for those who are affected by the destructive behavior of others. Small support groups meet weekly, led by volunteers who provide guidance on the journey of recovery.
Find a Celebrate Recovery group in your area.
Crystal Judson Family Justice Center
Domestic abuse is a pattern of behavior used by an individual to establish and maintain power and control over another individual. The Family Justice Center is here to help you. A variety of social service and government agencies have joined together to offer help and assistance as you determine your next steps. Call the Helpline (253) 798-4166 or visit the Center to get the help and support you need for you and your children. Learn more by visiting the website
Drug use and abuse can happen to anyone. While illegal or improper use of drugs can be damaging to any woman’s mental and physical health, this behavior can have even more consequences if an unborn child is involved.
Getting Help to Quit Smoking
Washington State Department of Health
Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), insurance plans offer programs to help you quit tobacco. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669). You will receive one call with a quit counselor to set up a plan to help you quit or stay quit. If you are over age 18 you can also request self-help materials by mail. Callers with an Apple Health plan qualify for up to five calls to the quitline and free nicotine patches or gum.
Most group plans must now cover tobacco counseling, nicotine replacement therapy, and related medications with no out-of-pocket costs. Some plans use an in-network approved health provider and pharmacy. Other plans use a quitline such as the Quit for Life® program or an internal wellness program
DSHS: Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery
Washington Recovery Help Line: 24-hour emotional support, referrals and information for adults and teens. Toll-free: 1-866-789-1511
Northwest Family Life Learning & Counseling Center helps individuals and families in King County heal from the pain of domestic violence and related issues. Their services include counseling, advocacy, intervention and education. Their offices are located in Federal Way and Seattle. For more information, visit their website. In the event of a crisis, they offer a 24-hour crisis hotline: 1-866-4CRISIS or 1-866-427-4747.
Oxford Houses of Washington State is a group of self-run, self-supported recovery houses that provide an opportunity for every recovering individual to learn a clean and sober way of life–forever.