resources » Quitting Drugs & Alcohol
Drugs and Alcohol can play a large role in our communities. For general help with Chemical Dependency needs, check out the list below. For more specific Crystal Meth resources, click here.
24 Hour Alcohol/Drug Helpline
Crystal Meth Anonymous
Crystal Meth Anonymous is a 12 step fellowship for those in recovery from addiction to crystal meth. There are no dues or fees for membership. Membership in crystal meth anonymous is open to anyone with a desire to stop using crystal meth.
Crystal Meth Anonymous Meeting Directory
Find a meeting in a location nearest to you.
Site promoting health and safety in the rave and nightclub community.
A site for gay men about street drugs, alcohol and sex.
Greater Seattle Intergroup of Alcholics Anonymous
Information clearinghouse on all AA groups in the Seattle area. Website lists all meetings and phone line is staffed 24-7. This portion of the site allows for filtering of meetings, including the ability to see gay/lesbian supported meetings.
Seattle: (206) 790-8888
Eastside: (425) 451-1516
A 12-Step program for those dealing with substance abuse issues.
Needle Exchange Locations
King County Public Health List.
Education and groups for gay and bi men who use crystal meth.
An alternative to traditional 12-Step programs.
The Recovery Café is a loving, supportive community serving men and women traumatized by homelessness, addiction and mental health challenges.
A great source for LGBT-friendly treatment facilities.
Residence XII is the Northwest's premier non-profit alcohol and chemical dependency treatment center for women and their families.
Seattle Counseling Service for Sexual Minorities
Seattle's LGBT Chemical Dependency Resource. Adult and Youth Programs.
Side Street Center
A Burien agency offering support and addiction treatment for adults and families.
Strength Over Speed
Ongoing, peer-led Crystal Meth recovery group. If you would like more information, please call 206-322-2437.
Substance Abuse in College Guide with resources to help students be proactive in understanding what constitutes substance abuse, how to keep their own habits in check, and how to spot problems in themselves or others.
A great web site and media campaign for crystal meth users on how to use safely, safe sex while using, and quitting.