›› Washington: Local Resources
Asian Counseling and Referral Service, Inc.
This service provides a culturally competent, linguistically accessible community recovery center for Asian and Pacific Americans and other immigrants and refugees with a history of alcohol and drug use disorders.
720 Eighth Avenue South, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98104
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, University of Washington:
Some of the research done by the ADAI is focused on the state of Washington, but much of their research into the problems of alcohol and drug abuse is widely applicable.
The Spokane County Meth Action Team and the Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council
The Washington Meth Watch Program is a collaborative initiative, which began in Spokane County by the Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council (GSSAC) and the Spokane County Meth Action Team to curtail drug lab activity
The Seattle Indian Health Board (SIHB)
A non-profit, multiservice community health center serveing the healthcare needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives living in the greater Seattle/King County region of western Washington State. Chemical Dependency and outpatient CD counseling services avalable.
P. O. Box 3364
Seattle, WA 98114-3364
Washington State Univercity - Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program
The purpose of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program at Washington State University is to promote research on substance abuse within the state of Washington.
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6530
Program Coordinator (509)335-5676
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnostic & Prevention Network (FAS DPN)
The mission of the FAS DPN is prevention of FAS through screening, diagnosis, intervention, training, education, and research.
National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome - Washington State
NOFAS builds community coalitions, conducts public outreach, coordinates advocacy efforts, and creates media awareness campaigns for the prevention, identification, and treatment of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD)
P.O. Box 13182
Mill Creek, WA 98082