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Recovery Initiatives

Recovery Initiatives

NCACH’s Recovery Initiatives are part of our work through the Opioid Project, which brings together community stakeholders, law enforcement officials, clinical providers, educators, policy makers, tribes, behavioral health specialists, treatment providers, and social service agencies to create a comprehensive response to the opioid epidemic through prevention, treatment, overdose prevention, and recovery supports.

This page contains a variety of resources for our community members and partners interested in learning more about recovery from substance use disorder, as well as frequent updates and resources.

Recovery coaches are peers who offer support those in long-term recovery from substance-use disorders. A recovery coach brings the lived experience of recovery, combined with training and supervision, to assist others in beginning and sustaining their long-term recovery. According to a study released by the Vermont Recovery Network, participants receiving recovery coaching services were more likely to engage with other support services (like accessing primary care, housing, mental health treatment, etc.) which reduces social costs associated with addiction.

NCACH has invested in the Recovery Coach model for the North Central Region, offering annual trainings for community members to become certified recovery coaches through our Recovery Coach Academy. Read more about NCACH’s Recovery Coach Academy. 

The Recovery Coach Network is an innovative model that relies on trained peer recovery coaches to support individuals leaving incarceration settings to support them through the first six months post release. Recovery Coaches provide one-on-one support as well as providing necessary referrals and resources for housing, clothing, food, employment, case management, and more. The Recovery Coach Network will also increase the number of trained peer-support recovery coaches who will use community partnerships and valuable lived experience to walk next to recoverees as they transition back into the community.

The Recovery Coach Network is managed by a local coordinator, who manages the program and works to expand our local network to support those in recovery. Learn more about NCACH’s Recovery Coach Network Coordinator.

Looking for more information, or be to connected with a Recovery Coach?

Contact Joseph Hunter, NCACH’s Recovery Coach Network Coordinator.

Email Joseph or call 509-886-6403

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NCACH releases Request for Proposals for 2020 Opioid Awareness and Education Campaign

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Looking for more information, or be to connected with a Recovery Coach?
Contact Joseph Hunter, NCACH’s Recovery Coach Network Coordinator.
Email Joseph or call 509-886-6403

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Each one a story of adversity and ultimately hope, the “Stories of Recovery” series features the stories of local Recovery Coaches who use their experiences to walk side-by-side with recoverees, battle stigma, and prove that people can thrive again after addiction. Produced by Digital Media Northwest.

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Recovery Resources

DSHS – Mental health, medical, food stamps, cash  https://www.dshs.wa.gov/
Food, cash and medical: https://www.dshs.wa.gov/food-cash-medical
Mental health and addiction: https://www.dshs.wa.gov/mental-health-and-addiction-services
Statewide offices: https://www.dshs.wa.gov/office-locations
Community Services Division – Benefits application/eligibility general questions or concerns: 1.800.865.7801
American Behavioral Health Services (ABHS)/Parkside Manor Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) – Addiction/recovery, mental health
https://www.americanbehavioralhealth.net/services/
Brochure: http://www.douglascountysheriff.org/documents/Parkside-Patient-Brochure.pdf
1230 Monitor St, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Email Parkside
509.300.1221 – Main phone
800.852.2923 – Crisis line
Catholic Charities – Mental health services
https://catholiccharitiescw.org/services
145 S Worthen St, Wenatchee, WA 98801
509.662.6761
The Center for Drug/Alcohol Treatment – Addiction/recovery
https://cfadt.org/
327 Okanogan Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801
509.662.9673
Central Washington Recovery Coalition – Chelan and Douglas Counties
https://www.facebook.com/centralwashingtonrecoverycoalition/
509.737.4354 – Daniel
Washington Recovery Alliance regional coalitions: https://washingtonrecoveryalliance.org/regional-recovery-coalitions/
Lighthouse Ministries Lighthouse Clinic – Medical services for the underinsured, low-income/working poor, unemployed
https://wenatcheelighthouseclinic.com/services/
410 S Columbia St, Wenatchee
509.888.7796
– Hours: Tuesday 5 pm – 8 pm; Friday 9 am – 12 pm. First come, first serve.
– Cannot assist with needs associated with emergencies, substance use, management of complex conditions, healthy patient exams, general physicals, or STI testing
 Medical –
 $10 per visit
 Urgent care for minor injuries and illness
 Assistance with medication management
 Recommendations for follow-up care
 Referral to primary care providers
 Referral to insurance application specialists
 Free screening for diabetes, hypertension
 Free diabetes education classes
Dental –
 Urgent care for tooth pain, abscessed teeth, loose, cracked or broken teeth – $20 per extraction
 Restorative treatment (basic fillings) – $45 per filling
 Prevention program – free dental screenings, free personalized oral hygiene instruction, free professional dental cleaning
New Path CVCH – Addiction/recovery
https://cvch.org/our-locations/new-path
819 N Miller St, Suite 1, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Email New Path
509.664.4592

 

Shipowick-Smith Counseling, LLC – Mental/behavioral health services, drug/alcohol counseling
Drug/alcohol: https://www.shipowickcounseling.com/DrugAlcoholCounselingAssessmentsandAddiction.en.html
Behavioral health: https://www.shipowickcounseling.com/BehavioralHealthAddictionSubstanceAbuseTreatmentServices.en.html
326 N Miller St, Wenatchee, WA 98801.
509.667.0679
Family Health Centers Okanogan – Low-barrier medication-assisted treatment (MAT), Opioid treatment network
Learn more: http://www.qcherald.com/press-releases/family-health-centers-fhc-receives-12-m-grant-expand-opioid-medication-assisted
https://myfamilyhealth.org/services/
509.322.5971
Okanogan Behavioral Healthcare (OBHC) – Housing, mental health services, treatment/recovery
http://www.okbhc.org/mental-health
1007 Koala Ave, Omak, WA 98841
509.826.6191
Grant Integrated Services – Mental health, substance use, outpatient and inpatient
http://www.grantcountywa.gov/GrIS/
840 E Plum St, Moses Lake, WA 98837
509.765.9239
Social Treatment Opportunity Programs (STOP)
https://www.stopwa.com/moses-lake-treatment-center/
104 W Broadway Ave, Moses Lake, WA 98837
509.855.9494
Alano ClubAA Area 92 https://area92aa.org/contact-us (local district list w/ websites, contact info)
 Wenatchee, District 05: https://aancw.org/
530 S Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee, WA – Enter from front of building. Regular meetings; locations vary for others
509.664.6469
– Wenatchee meetings (regular): https://area92aa.org/locations/alano-club-2/,
– Wenatchee meetings (detailed schedule) https://area92aa.org/meetings/?tsml-day=3&tsml-district=district-05
Moses Lake, District 19:  888.755.4614 (answering service)
Washington Northern Idaho Region Narcotics Anonymous https://www.wnirna.org/
Find a meeting by city: https://www.wnirna.org/meetings
Central Washington Area Narcotics Anonymoushttps://www.cwana.org/
Ellensburg, Ephrata, Cle Elum, Moses Lake, Yakima, Othello
Meetings at various locations: https://www.cwana.org/meetings
24 hour helpline: 887.664.0398
Chelan and Douglas Counties Narcotics Anonymous https://www.cdcna.org/
Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, Cashmere, Leavenworth, Chelan
Meetings at various locations: https://www.cdcna.org/meetings
24 hour helpline:  855.52.CDCNA (855.522.3262)
Greater Cascade Loop Area Narcotics Anonymous https://gclna.org/
Omak, Oroville, Republic
Meetings at various locations: https://gclna.org/meetings
24-hour helpline: 888.942.0042
Washington Recovery Alliance – Recovery coalitions by region
https://washingtonrecoveryalliance.org/regional-recovery-coalitions/
Central Washington Recovery Coalition
https://www.facebook.com/centralwashingtonrecoverycoalition/
509.737.4354
People for People
Schedules and Services: https://www.pfp.org/pfp/Transportation/Schedules.aspx
Administration office: 304 West Lincoln Ave, Yakima WA 98902
adminreception@pfp.org
509.248.6726
 Non-emergency medical transportation brokering – For those covered by Medicaid and CHIP with a current
ProviderOne services card
 https://www.pfp.org/pfp/Broker/Brokering.aspx
Call center hours: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4 pm
Arrange a trip: 800.233.1624
– 2 business days notice required for local trips
– 5 business days notice required for long distance, out-of-area trips
– For urgent requests on weekend/after hours, see above website for list of contacts by county
Link Transit
Route masterlist: http://www.linktransit.com/routes_and_schedules/index.php
Fares: http://www.linktransit.com/fares_and_passes/cash.php
300 South Columbia St, Wenatchee, WA 98801
509.662.1155
Reduced fares available: Aged 65 and over, persons of disability, Medicare cardholders. Present either Link Transit ID card (purchased for $4 with proof of age at Columbia Station) or Medicare card with a photo ID. http://www.linktransit.com/fares_and_passes/reduced_fares.php
Special Mobility Services – Community shuttles, Medicaid medical transportation
http://www.sms1.org/
509.534.9760, 509.855.8928
 Community Shuttles – Intercity shuttle service between Spokane and surrounding communities; dial-a-ride
services; airport services, disability services
Routes: http://www.sms1.org/routes
877.264.7433 – Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 5 pm; schedule a ride at least 24 hours in advance
dispatch@specialmobility.org
Cost: $1 – $5 (depending on community)
Medicaid Transportation – Transportation to medical appointments for Medicaid recipients
http://www.sms1.org/medicaid-transportation#request
Must have Medical Assistance Identification Card
12615 East Mission, Suite 312, Spokane Valley, WA 99216
800.892.4817 – Weekdays 8 am – 4 pm; schedule a ride, check eligibility
For trips not covered by Medicaid transportation program, Dial-a-Ride, or community shuttles, see the following resource list: http://www.sms1.org/other-resources
Grant Transit Authority (Moses Lake)
http://granttransit.com/gta-rider-programs/
888.482.2877
509.765.0898
Okanogan County Transportation and Nutrition – Door-to-door and intercity services
https://www.octn.org/what-we-do/transportation/
303 2nd Avenue South, Suite A, Okanogan, WA 98840
509.826.4391 – Bus Dispatch
1.800.635.4391 – Information about Intercity services
Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council
http://www.cdcac.org/
620 Lewis St Wenatchee, WA 98801
509.662.6156
Foodpantries.org – Search tool for locating food banks by area with addresses, contact information, and operating hours
DSHS – Mental health, medical, food stamps, cash  https://www.dshs.wa.gov/
Community Services Division – Benefits application/eligibility general questions or concerns: 1.800.865.7801
Statewide offices: https://www.dshs.wa.gov/office-locations
Food, cash and medical: https://www.dshs.wa.gov/food-cash-medical
Food stamps/EBT application process: https://www.dshs.wa.gov/esa/community-services-offices/basic-food
EBT application website: https://www.washingtonconnection.org/home/
Moses Lake Food Bank – Community Services of Moses Lake – Food and toys
http://www.mlfood.org/what-we-do
1075 W Marina Drive, Moses Lake, WA 98837
CSML@mlfood.org
509.765.8101
Open to the public: Mon-Thurs 11 am – 2:45 pm
Office hours:  Mon-Thurs 7:30 am – 3:00 pm
Food Banks (Community Action Council – see site for complete area list)
 http://www.cdcac.org/food-banks-pantries.html
509.662.6156
Wenatchee Thursdays 9 am – 11 am
Wenatchee Community Center (in the social hall)
504 S Chelan Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Wenatchee Saturdays 8 am – 10 am
St Vincent de Paul Church (follow signs)
600 St Joseph Place, Wenatchee
Rock Island Tuesdays 9 am – 11 am
5 N Garden Ave, Rock Island
Community Housing Network
See website for contact info of individual programs providing services: https://www.wenatcheewa.gov/services/community-housing-network
145 S Worthen St Wenatchee, WA, 98801
Hotline: 509.888.9035
HOSPITALITY MINISTRIES
http://www.hospitalityministries.org/ministries/
Hospitality House – Emergency shelter for homeless men; meals and showers for residents and non-residents
1450 S Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee
509.663.4289
Breakfast – 7 am
Lunch – 12 pm
Dinner – 6 pm
Haven of Hope, Women’s Shelter – Housing and services for homeless women and children
509.264.8200
info@hospitalityministries.com
LIGHTHOUSE MINISTRIES
Lighthouse – Three meals a day; food bank; haircuts; sewing and mending
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org/lighthouse-ministry
410 S Columbia St, Wenatchee
Shawn Arington – 509.888.4864
 shawn@wenatcheelighthouse.org
Sunday: Brunch at 11:00 am
Monday – Saturday: Breakfast, 8:30 am; Lunch, 11:30 am; Dinner, 5:00 pm
Gospel House – Faith-based emergency housing for families, individuals (men and women), children
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org/gospel-house
810 S Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee
Roy Flores – 509.664.6775
raul@wenatcheelighthouse.org
Check-in daily 6 pm – 11:30 pm
Grace House – Faith-based transitional home for women and children
Weeknight dinners and Saturday brunch for residents
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org/grace-house
291 Second St NE, East Wenatchee
Alicia Cox – 509.888.4864, 509.423.3212
Mission House – ‘Clean and sober’ faith-based group home for men; Sunday dinners for residents
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org/mission-house
2415 No. 1 Canyon Road, Wenatchee
Shon Arington – 509.888.4864 ext. 3
Soap Lake Food Bank
https://www.soaplakefoodbank.com/who—when—what.html
325 Main Ave E, Soap Lake, 98851
509.246.0164
Food bank open Tuesdays 10 am – 3:25 pm
Ephrata Food Bank
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ephrata-Food-Bank/142205812491723
1010 A St SE, Ephrata, WA 98823
509.754.5772
Food bank open Monday – Thursday, 2 pm – 4 pm
Severe Weather Men’s Shelter – December – February, Holy Apostles Catholic Church
Contact Catholic Charities at 509.888.9035
Van pickup at 8:30 pm; lights out by 10 pm; at 6 am, driven to either the Power House Ministry Center in East Wenatchee, or the Lighthouse Christian Fellowship in Wenatchee.
Bathrooms and showers
Powerhouse Ministry Center – Day shelter, free coffee/soup/sandwiches, free clothing, laundry services, showers, counseling and referral services, free local phone calls, computer. No ID required.
https://www.powerhousewenatchee.com/
1052 Valley Mall Parkway, East Wenatchee, WA 98802 (Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm)
509.888.6632
contact@powerhousewenatchee.com
HOSPITALITY MINISTRIES
http://www.hospitalityministries.org/ministries/
Hospitality House – Emergency shelter for homeless men; meals and showers for residents and non-residents
1450 S Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee
509.663.4289
Breakfast – 7 am
Lunch – 12 pm
Dinner – 6 pm
Haven of Hope, Women’s Shelter – Housing and services for homeless women and children
509.264.8200
info@hospitalityministries.com
LIGHTHOUSE MINISTRIES
Gospel House – Faith-based emergency housing for families, individuals (men and women), children
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org/gospel-house
810 S Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee
Roy Flores – 509.664.6775
raul@wenatcheelighthouse.org
Check-in daily 6 pm – 11:30 pm
Grace House – Faith-based transitional home for women and children
Weeknight dinners and Saturday brunch for residents
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org/grace-house
291 Second St NE, East Wenatchee
Alicia Cox – 509.888.4864, 509.423.3212
Mission House – ‘Clean and sober’ faith-based group home for men; Sunday dinners for residents
https://www.wenatcheelighthouse.org/mission-house
2415 No. 1 Canyon Road, Wenatchee
Shon Arington – 509.888.4864 ext. 3
Women’s Resource Center Housing and Supportive Services
https://www.wrc-ncw.org/services.html
202 Palouse St, Wenatchee – 9 am – 4 pm Monday through Thursday
509.662.0121
info@wrc-ncw.org
Parkside Supportive Housing – Permanent supportive housing. 15-unit facility for people with a history of chronic
homelessness, diagnosed mental illness, or income <30% area median. Rent paid on sliding scale.
Bruce Transitional Housing – Home for families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and earning
<30% area median income. Eligibility lasts up to 24 months. Residents must abstain from alcohol and drug use and are subject to testing. There is a monthly program fee.
206 Palouse Street, Wenatchee
509.662.2485
 Emogene’s Emergency Shelter – Up to 90 days of interim housing and family services for women and children.
 New Bridges Transitional Shelter – Up to 1 year of safe housing for women and children
 Permanent Supportive Housing – Men or women without children. Lease signed; rent subsidized.
American Behavioral Health Services (ABHS)/Parkside Manor Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) – Addiction/recovery, mental health
https://www.americanbehavioralhealth.net/services/
Brochure: http://www.douglascountysheriff.org/documents/Parkside-Patient-Brochure.pdf
1230 Monitor St, Wenatchee, WA 98801
parkside@abhsinc.net
509.300.1221 – Main phone
800.852.2923 – Crisis line
Housing Authority of Grant County (Moses Lake) – Low-income housing, housing for low-income people with disabilities or mental illnesses, help with paying utilities/rent, transitional housing, emergency shelters.
Homelessness assistance: https://www.hagc.net/homeless-assistance
Low-income housing: https://www.hagc.net/low-income-housing
1139 Larson Blvd, Moses Lake, WA 98837
509.765.5541
Salvation Army Social Services Office – Rent assistance
1205 S Columbia St, Wenatchee, WA
509.662.8864
Oxford House – All-male recovery houses for people recovering from problematic alcohol and drug use. Several locations including Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, and Ellensburg.
Statewide transitional housing portal: https://www.transitionalhousing.org/state/washington
Transitional and sober housing in Wenatchee: https://www.transitionalhousing.org/ci/wa-wenatchee
Manfisher Ministry – Assistance with rent and utilities, fuel, furniture/housewares
16 N Main Street, Omak, WA 98841
509.826.5699
Okanogan County Housing Authority – Affordable housing.
https://okanoganhousing.org/index.html
Resource list: https://okanoganhousing.org/resources.html
431 5th Ave West, Omak, WA 98841
509.422.3721
info@okanoganhousing.org
Okanogan County Community Action Council – Emergency shelter, Homeless services, rental and utility assistance, eviction prevention, move-in costs, rental maintenance assistance
Emergency services: http://occac.com/get-help/emergency-services/
424 2nd Ave South, Okanogan, WA 98840 (Monday – Thursday, 8 am – 5 pm)
509.422.4041
Apartment Finder Internet Resource for Affordable Housing in WA – Search engine to connect low-income households with affordable apartment communities around the state.
http://aptfinder.org/
Okanogan Senior Center
1300 2nd Ave S, Okanogan, WA 98840
509.422.6776
Shove House – Safe, sober housing for homeless persons in treatment for substance use disorder or mental health issues
http://www.okbhc.org/supportive-housing
1009 Koala Drive, Omak, WA 98841
509.826.8444
marrington@okbhc.org
Community Action Council – Utilities assistance, affordable housing, transitional housing, rental assistance
Chelan and Douglas Counties
Utilities assistance: http://www.cdcac.org/energy-assistance.html
Housing program: http://www.cdcac.org/housing.html
620 Lewis St Wenatchee, WA 98801
509.662.6156
Express Employment Professionals Wenatchee
https://www.expresspros.com/wenatcheewa/
411B N Chelan Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801
509.662.5187
Express Employment Professionals Moses Lake
https://www.expresspros.com/moseslakewa/?fbclid=IwAR113LGPrwOr1YtVZPE-kVvpAVRa02vHYxh4yMEiuLswPloJ18S8jFoIk8s
131 W 4th Ave Moses Lake 5097650322
509.765.0322
Mar-Jon Labor LLC – Farm Labor Contractor
https://marjonlabor.com/
803 S Broadway Ave Othello, WA 99344
509.488.2405
TEAM – Total Employment And Management – Temporary to permanent employment
723 W Broadway Ave Moses Lake, WA
509.765.3214
WorkSource Central Basin – Employment and schooling; job listings, referrals, and trainings; resume and interview skills
https://www.worksourcewa.com/microsite/content.aspx?appid=MGSWAOFFLOC&pagetype=simple&seo=officelocator
309 E 5th Ave , Moses Lake, WA
twurl@esd.wa.gov
509.766.2559
WorkSource Wenatchee – Employment and schooling; job listings, referrals, and trainings; resume and interview skills
WorkSource homepage: https://worksourcewa.com/
270 9th Street NE, Suite 240, East Wenatchee, WA 98802
509.665.3729
BEST Human Resources Solutions LLC – Job searching
https://besthrservices.com/
510 Broadway Ave Moses Lake
509.764.4240

Salvation Army – Moses Lake
212 S Alder St Moses Lake
509.766.5875

New Hope Domestic Violence Help Center – 24-hour crisis line, medical, legal and community advocacy, support groups
http://www.grantcountywa.gov/New-Hope/
Brochure: http://www.grantcountywa.gov/New-Hope/MISC/PDF/2017/Brochure/2017-New-Hope-Brochure-2017-07-24.pdf
311 3rd Ave, Moses Lake, WA, 98837 (Offices in Othello, Quincy, Mattawa, and Grand Coulee)
509.764.8402 – Office phone
1.888.560.6027 – 24 hour victim access line

DomesticShelters.org – Website for finding domestic violence support by region
https://www.domesticshelters.org/

Serve Wenatchee – Rent and utility assistance, food/diaper assistance, furniture
https://www.servewenatchee.org/get-help-1
12 Orondo Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 12 pm and 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
info@servewenatchee.org
509.663.4673

Serve Moses Lake – Transportation to warming areas, free daily sack lunches, basic care products, furniture, school supplies
422 W 3rd Ave Moses Lake
509.764.8276

Grant County Resource Guide
https://www.servemoseslake.org/price-list
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Moses Lake Catholic Church – Soup kitchen/sandwich lunch, clothing, household goods, hairdresser/barber (biweekly), showers (first come, first serve beginning at 10 am)
https://olf.church/parish-ministries/soup-kitchen/
200 N Dale Road, Moses Lake, WA 98837

NCACH’s Recovery Coach Network staff support lead:

Joseph Hunter, Recovery Coach Network Coordinator

Email Joseph ││ 509-886-6403

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