Addiction & Recovery

[This page courtesy of UW Student Life]

On-campus – Groups

Mindfulness for Healthy Living, Hall Health Mental Health Clinic
Fall Quarter 2016, 10/17-12/5
Mondays 11AM-1PM

Designed for people who want to change maladaptive behavior patterns and/or learn to manage stressors and improve life balance. The group sessions will focus primarily on mindfulness, meditation, and yoga practices aimed at learning and practicing skills for healthy everyday living.

Who: UW students
Cost: $57/quarter
Where: University of Washington, Hall Health Center, Mental Health Clinic
Group Facilitators: Ryli Webster, LICSW and Carey DeMartini, LMHC
To register: Call (206) 543-5030 to schedule an initial group screening


On-campus – Individual

Individual Evaluation and/or Counseling, Psychological Services and Training Center
For a substance abuse assessment/evaluation and/or follow-up for those maintaining changes in their substance use (including relapse prevention), contact the Psychological Services and TrainingCenter (“the Clinic”)


Individual Alcohol Assessment/Feedback, Hall Health Center
Students can access the BASICS program through Hall Health at no cost!

Off-campus – Self-help groups

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Note:  Although you can search for meetings (and meeting type) anywhere in Seattle, there are three general meetings within blocks of campus:

  • Friday, 6:00 p.m., University Christian Church, 4731 15th Ave NE, Rm 139, 98105
  • Saturday, 6:00 p.m., Covenant House at 4525 19th NE
  • Sunday, 7:00 p.m. University Christian Church at 4731 15th Ave NE, 98105

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
As with AA, you can search for meetings (and meeting type) anywhere in Seattle.

Off-campus – Treatment (outpatient and/or inpatient)

SAMHSA’s Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator
Use this portal to find any specific treatment needs or requests, and sort by a range of variables (including distance from campus by searching with UW’s 98195 zip code)


Washington Recovery Help Line
A 24-hour help for substance abuse, problem gambling, and mental health | 1(866) 789-1511