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Updated March 9, 2021
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All resources listed from A-Z

  • Alcohol/Drug Help Line
    206-722-3700
    Free, confidential 24-hour information and referrals for SUD and related issues.
  • BABES Network
    206-720-5566
    Peer support groups, case management, events and retreats, advocacy and education for women, trans people, and heterosexual men 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.
  • CDC National HIV/STD Hotline
    800-232-4636 (English)
    800-344-7432 (Spanish)
  • Center for MultiCultural Health
    206-461-6910
    Non-medical case management, HIV/STD testing and linkage to care for African American and African born communities.
  • 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: Seattle's LGBTQ Center
    206-860-6969
    A hub for LGBTQ+ individuals seeking wellness, resources and community. Services include free HIV/STI testing, PrEP/PEP Clinic, insurance enrollment, events, and resource center.
  • Gender Justice League
    206-538-0423
    Advocacy, education, leadership and HIV prevention with trans, gender non-conforming, gender queer and allies in Washington.
  • Health Education Youth Outreach (HEYO)
    206-957-1600
    Conduct outreach, connect youth to shelter services, provide hygiene and safer sex kits, and offer HIV/STD services and PrEP education for gay, bi, queer and trans youth.
  • Hepatitis Education Project (HEP)
    206-732-0311
    Screening, support and services for people with Hep B or C, Hep A and B vaccines, HIV testing, needle exchange, suboxone clinic, training for providers, patients and general public.
  • HIV/AIDS Network Coordination (HANC)
    206-667-1194
    Email: hancadmin@hanc.info
    Expertise in HIV research cutting across all five NIH-funded HIV/AIDS clinical trials networks.
  • HIV/STD program
    206-263-2000
    Services and resources to decrease new HIV/STD infections and help those living with HIV/STDs: screening and care, health education, epidemiology, syringe services/overdose prevention, community planning.
  • International Community Health Services (ICHS)
    206-788-3700
    Medical, dental, behavioral health, traditional Chinese medicine, nutrition counseling, LGBTQIA+ health, pharmacy and HIV testing in 50+ languages. Sliding scale discounts and insurance help.
  • Lifelong (King County)
    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, dental care, support and advocacy, PrEP case management.

    • Lifelong (Snohomish County): 425-219-4800
      Case management, testing and prevention in the seven northern counties.

    • Lifelong (Whatcom County): 360-778-6100
      Testing, needle exchange and referrals.
  • Madison Clinic
    206-744-5100
    HIV and primary medical care, pharmacy, medical case management and mental health services.
  • Navos
    206-248-8226
    Mental health, primary care, housing, and substance abuse counseling.
  • 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 newly HIV positive people.
  • Peer Seattle
    206-322-2437
    Emotional support groups for HIV positive, LGBT and recovery communities.
  • People's Harm Reduction Alliance (PHRA)
    206-775-9472

    Needle exchange in the University District, needle exchange delivery for north and east King County. Refer to website for schedule and services.
  • 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.
  • Robert Clewis Center
    206-263-2000
    Syringe exchange, HIV testing, wound and abscess care, naloxone, peer education, access to drug treatment/other services.
  • Seattle Counseling Services
    206-323-1768
    Behavioral health services addressing mental health, substance use disorder, psychiatric care, and medication management for LGBTQ adults.
  • Seattle Indian Health Board
    206-324-9360
    Multi-service health center, HIV/STD testing for all, with a focus on urban American Indian and Alaska Natives.
  • Snohomish County Needle Exchange (AIDS Outreach Project)
    425-258-2977
  • Sound
    206-302-2300

    Mental health/addiction treatment for people living with HIV.
  • UW CFAR Behavioral Science Core
    New behavioral science research that will contribute to curbing the global HIV epidemic and improve HIV prevention and care.
  • Washington State HIV/AIDS Hotline
    HIV information/referral in WA State.
    800-376-9316
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