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Updated February 14, 2019
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All resources listed from A-Z

  • Alcohol/Drug Help Line
    206-722-3700.
    Email: support@adhl.org

    24-hour crisis help, substance use info, referral.
  • BABES Network
    206-720-5566
    Peer support, support groups, case management, events, retreats, advocacy and education for women living with HIV.
  • Bailey-Boushay House
    206-322-5300
    Skilled nursing facility with round-the-clock care, outpatient services for medication adherence, case management, nutrition, independent living and emergency homeless shelter.
  • Bloodborne Pathogens, WA State Dept. of Labor and Industries
    800-547-8367
    Regulations on worker safety and occupational exposure.
  • Crisis Line
    2-1-1, 206-461-3222; toll free: 866-427-4747.
    24-hour emotional support.
  • Entre Hermanos
    206-322-7700
    HIV testing and referral, HIV case management, PrEP navigation, health promotion, HIV prevention and community mobilizing for LGBT Latino community.
  • Gay City
    206-860- 6969
    Multicultural LGBT health and community organization, HIV/STI testing for gay men and trans, PrEP Clinic, community-building programs, LGBT arts, resources, referrals, and library.
  • Gender Justice League
    206-855-3307
    Advocacy, education, leadership and HIV prevention with trans, gender non-conforming, gender queer and allies in Washington.
  • Hepatitis Education Project (HEP)
    206-732-0311
    Screening, support and services for people with Hep C or B, Hep A and B vaccines, training for providers, patients and general public.
  • HIV/STD program
    206-263-2000
    Planning, contracting, epidemiology, resource center,and targeted health education for HIV and STD prevention and care in King County.
  • Inspire Youth Project
    206-628-8949
    Support groups, mentor program & Camp Rise n’ Shine for children and teens affected by HIV.
  • Lifelong
    206-957-1600
    HIV testing, linkage to care, case management., medication adherence, housing assistance, chemical dependency, LGBT and homeless youth programs, food support and nutrition, men's education, support and advocacy, PrEP case management.
  • Madison Clinic
    206-520-5000
    HIV and primary medical care, pharmacy, medical case mgmt. and mental health services.
  • Navos
    206-248-8226
    Mental health, primary care, housing, and substance abuse counselling.
  • Needle Exchange (Robert Clewis Center)
    206-263-2000
    Syringe exchange, HIV/hepatitis testing, wound and abscess care, naloxone, peer education, access to drug treatment, social work services, reproductive health care, and other services.
  • One on One
    206-263-2410
    Viral load/CD4 tests, health exams, referral and partner notification for people newly HIV positive.
  • Peer Seattle
    206-322-2437
    Emotional support groups for HIV positive, LGBT and recovery communities.
  • Pet Project
    425-649-7566
    Pet food, veterinary care, grooming and other services for pet owners.
  • Planned Parenthood
    800-230-PLAN (7526)
    HIV testing, STD diagnosis and treatment, pregnancy testing and counseling.
  • PrEP DAP
    877-376-9316
    Drug assistance program for people at risk for HIV.
  • PrEP
    Information and King County providers, Info and contact list for local medical providers who prescribe PrEP.
  • Project NEON
    206-323-1768
    Peer education, HIV testing, harm reduction, counseling and recovery support for gay/bi/trans men affected by crystal meth.
  • Project PEER
    206-323-1768
    Peer led non-medical case management for both HIV positive and negative individuals.
  • Sound
    206-302-2200

    Mental health/substance use counseling for people with HIV.
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