The Thurston County Chemical Dependency Program
coordinates services for Thurston and Mason County
residents who are experiencing signs or symptoms of
a substance use disorder.
Services are available to low income individuals and persons
with no income who receive Apple Health or other
publically funded services.
Our program also coordinates prevention services for
school and community based programs.
In addition, we offer specialized programs which are
funded by Thurston County Treatment Sales Tax (1/10 of 1%)
for low income clients who do not qualify for publically
funded services. These services include: Intensive Case
Management and Youth Outpatient services. For additional
information on Treatment Sales Tax,
For additional information, please call 360.867.2509.
Chemical Dependency Brochure
For a listing of publically funded treatment
agencies and prevention programs,
Substance Use Disorders, Addiction, and Treatment
Frequently Asked Questions
National Recovery Month
A life that supports recovery includes:
For additional information on recovery, please
Health: overcoming or managing one’s disease(s)
or symptoms-for example, abstaining from use of
alcohol, illicit drugs, and non-prescribed
medications if one has an addiction problem-and
for everyone in recovery, making informed,
healthy choices that support physical and
a stable and safe place to live;
meaningful daily activities, such as a job,
school, volunteerism, family caretaking, or
creative endeavors, and the independence, income
and resources to participate in society; and
Community: relationships and social networks that provide
support, friendship, love, and hope.