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RECOVERY SEATTLE COUNSELING SERVICES Offers two trans-friendly addiction services geared specifically towards the GLBT community. One is an abstinence based program that offers groups and individual based support. The second, Project NEON is a harm reduction program for users of crystal meth and is aimed at educating the community through peer support. Accepts Medicaid, private insurance, and sliding scale payments.

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SEATTLE AREA SUPPORT GROUPS Peer support services for the LGBTQ community. Provides support to those affected by HIV/AIDS and those living with chronic health conditions, addiction/recovery, mental health, and social support through one on one peer support and peer group facilitated programs. Also provides a drop-in referral service and a community event voucher program. A calendar of programs is maintained on the website.

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AL-ANON/ALATEEN, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS While there are no trans specific groups, there are many “gay” meetings in the greater seattle area that are attended by trans people. For a complete listing, call the relevant 24-hour line and inquire directly.

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seattle-al-anon.org (206)625-0000 ais@seattle-al-anon.org

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seattleaa.org (206)587-2838

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seattlena.org (206)790-8888

seattlecounseling.org (206) 323-1768 Fill out an application online, call, or drop into the office. 1216 Pine St #300

sasgcc.org (206) 322-2437 info@sasgcc.org DAILY 10am - 9pm 303 17th Ave E.

SEE PAGES 13-14 FOR GROUPS SUPPORTING FAMILY & FRIENDS. SEE PAGES 21-25 FOR GROUPS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. D12


2014 KING COUNTY TRANS* RESOURCE & REFERRAL GUIDE - a community draft project