Skagit Community Resource Directory

Compiled by Community Action of Skagit County

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Drug & Alcohol Resources
Alcoholics Anonymous
Description: Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

CCS Recovery Center
Substance Abuse Outpatient Services

Catholic Community Services NW
614 Peterson Rd, Burlington
(360) 757-0131
Description: Assessments, group and individual sessions, Medication Assisted Treatment, Access to Recovery.

Crisis Prevention & Intervention Teams
Compass Health
(360) 419-3640
1-800-584-3578 Crisis Line
Description: Urgent next day appointments, chemical dependency consultation, crisis stabilization, follow up services.

Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse

didgwálic Wellness Center
8212 S March Point Rd, Anacortes
(360) 588-2800
Mon through Fri, 6am - 4pm
Saturday, 6am - 10am
Sunday, closed
Evening hours available after January 1, 2018
Description: Provides outpatient treatment services, counseling, suboxone, vivitrol, methadone therapies; also has free child care onsite.

Follman Agency
910 South Anacortes St, Burlington
(360) 755-1125
Description: Substance abuse treatment, mental health counseling, problem gambling, anger-management & domestic violence treatment.

Lifeline Connections
2105 Continental Place, Suite A, Mount Vernon
(360) 399-6900
Description: Mental health and substance use treatment services. Includes medication-assisted treatment and acute medical detox.

Parent Child Assistance Program (PCAP)
Brigid Collins Family Support Center
(360) 428-6622 ext 200
Description: Home visitation intervention program that works with women who abuse alcohol or drugs during pregnancy.

Phoenix Recovery Services
1601 East College Way, Mount Vernon
(360) 848-8437
Description: Alcohol Drug Assessments, Youth Alcohol Drug Education Group, Youth Intensive Outpatient Group Individual/family sessions.
Also: Domestic Violence Perpetrator services, anger management, mental health, needle exchange, problem gambling treatment.


Recovery and Wellness Program
Catholic Community Services NW
614 Peterson Road , Burlington
(360) 757-0131
Description: A chemical dependency treatment branch for people suffering from addiction and substance abuse. For ages 16-24.

Skagit County Crisis Center
Pioneer Human Services
201 Lila Lane, Burlington
(360) 757-7738
Description: 16-bed crisis mental health stabilization and sub-acute detox program along with other stabilization services including housing and reintegration after incarceration.

Skagit Recovery Center
1905 Continental Place, Mount Vernon
(360) 428-7835
Description: Assessments and referral services, youth treatment, aftercare, intervention, youth detoxification and recovery house.

Swinomish Wellness Program
Social Services Building
17337 Reservation Rd, La Conner
(360) 466-7389
Description: Assessments, group and individual sessions, medication assisted treatment (suboxone), help with problem gambling.

The Phoenix Rise - Mobile Needle Exchange
Phoenix Recovery Services
(360) 848-8437 ext 318
Description: Mobile Needle exchange program run by Phoenix Recovery. Call for exchange site days and hours.

Washington Recovery Line
Description: 24-Hour Help for Substance Abuse, Problem Gambling & Mental Health

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