Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
Our services cover King County residents who:
- are Medicaid eligible
- and meet certain medical eligibility requirements
Limited services are available to some low-income residents who are not eligible for Medicaid.
Call our client services line at 1 (800) 790-8049 or one of our contracted providers if you have questions.
If you or a loved one has an immediate mental health crisis, please call the Crisis Clinic, or visit www.CrisisClinic.org.
401 Fifth Ave., Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98104
TTY Relay: 711
The way we provide services changed on April 1, 2016. By becoming King County's Behavioral Health Organization, we are creating an efficient, integrated approach to providing behavioral health care.
Read about the changes for clients and service providers below:
If you're currently receiving services, continue seeing your provider until you complete treatment.
New clients can call our client services line at 1 (800) 790-8049 or one of our contracted providers to enroll in services.
We are offering two new ways to communicate with the County about SUD RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT services:
- SUD Residential Phone Line: 855-682-0781. The SUD provider community is encouraged to use this number for questions related to King County’s SUD residential services. Knowledgeable, experienced staff are available to provide information and guidance Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm.
- SUD Residential Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Providers may forward SUD residential referral packets (via secure email) to this email address as well as any questions or concerns. Once again, knowledgeable County staff will be available Monday through Friday to answer your questions and process referrals.
Read more information about the Behavioral Health Integration and about King County's transition to a Behavioral Health Organization.
If you are an SUD provider, see the summary of changes.
About The Behavioral Health and Recovery Division
We provide high quality behavioral health services to low income individuals in need. Our division provides a wide variety of services including crisis services, mental health treatment, substance use disorder treatment, and diversion and reentry services. We offer services that are respectful, tailored to individual needs, and most of all, effective. The King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division is one of four divisions in the King County Department of Community and Human Services.