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If you feel like you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or head to the nearest emergency room.

If you feel like you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call Everett’s Mental Health Services Help Line at 1 (425) 258-4357.

If your family has been contacted by Child Protective Services (CPS) and you need immediate assistance, please email This email is monitored regularly.

Our Community

We believe in community. We believe in a community of ideas and actions. Most importantly, we believe in the people who make up our community – our clients, staff, donors, and partners. For half a century, this community has supported our mission and vision. With every one of us working in concert, we will continue to find a way forward.

Our Partners

Meet our dedicated partners. Our goals are ambitious and can only be met in partnership with others. We work with a range of partners to help us achieve change for families in Snohomish County. Together, we are creating a healthier, more vibrant community for all.

Community Resources

Sound Pathways is part of a vibrant support network for people dealing with substance use disorders in Snohomish County. Below is list of commonly accessed services and organizations as well as quick links for your use.

211 Hotline Washington State

Your Connection to Community Services

Alcoholics Anonymous

Greater Seattle Intergroup

Catholic Housing Services

Serving People of All Beliefs

Cedar Valley Counseling

Anxiety, Depression, Grief & Loss, Trauma & PTSD


Support and Resources for Families

Cocoon House

Short and Long Term Housing for Teens

Everett WIC Program

Nutrition Program for Income Eligible Families

Ideal Options

Outpatient Addiction Treatment w/Medication

Island Crossing Counseling Services

Substance Use Disorders

Narcotics Anonymous

Greater Seattle Area

Providence Recovery Services

Substance Use Treatment and Recovery

Pioneer Human Services

Skagit County Detox

Snohomish County Diversion Center

Short Term Housing Placement and Shelter

Snohomish Overdose Prevention

Medication Assisted Treatment

Swedish Ballard Treatment

Addiction Treatment for Pregnant Women

Tulalip Tribes

Family Advocacy Services

Washington CUPS Program

Support for Chemical-Using Pregnant Women

Washington Recovery Hotline

24-hour Help for Substance Use and Mental Health

Washington State Department

Social and Health Services

Frequently Asked Questions

We do not offer drug or alcohol treatment services but several of our community partners do. Find them above.

We do not offer drug and alcohol assessments or referrals but several of our community partners do. Find them above.

We do not offer mental health counseling or evaluation services but several of our community partners do. Find them above.

Sound Pathways serves people seeking recovery from substance use disorders who are low-income, need mental health support, are currently homeless, or are part of other underserved populations.

Please visit the AIDS Outreach Project website to learn more about this program.

Please visit the Syringe Services Program Facebook Page to learn more about this program.

While we enjoy seeing all of our clients, we request that people call and make an appointment so that we can best serve them during their visit.

All current job openings are listed on our Indeed page.

Sound Pathways gladly accepts a wide range of new and gently used donations. Learn more about donating clothing and other items on our donor page.

Thank you for considering volunteering with Sound Pathways. Please learn more about our current volunteer opportunities here.

Thank you for considering donating to Sound Pathways. We have a wide range of donation options. Learn more about how you can donate here.

Pacific Treatment Alternatives changed its name to better align with the mission, vision, and values of our organization. Values include advocacy, community, compassion, connection, respect, and service leadership.

Sound Pathways speaks to the journey each of our clients takes as they work toward recovery. We understand that everyone has their own path and their own place on that path. Sound Pathways honors and supports those individual paths as we know there are many ways to reach and maintain one’s recovery.