RECOVERY NAVIGATOR PROGRAM
PCA’s Recovery Navigators offer free help finding hope right now. We are here to support people working to overcome life challenges caused by mental health and/or substance use. We offer personal support and access to medication-assisted therapy, health and safety resources, food, housing, job training, treatment and other services as needs come up. This program is completely voluntary and does not require enrollment in treatment or clean UAs.
We serve people who have been failed by existing systems. Our philosophy of less harm, more time, more care, and more adaptability helps people see possibilities in recovery from substance use, no matter how much they use or for how long they have used.
We respond to people who haven’t found the right help in balancing the role of substances in their lives. We recognize that many people have deep experiences of trauma, cognitive disabilities, persistent poverty, and often lifelong experiences of racism, betrayal, perceived failure, and harsh punishment. We meet people where they are and join them on the journey of building life on their terms.
If you would like us to help you or someone you know, call 253-878-6057 or fill out a quick, online referral form. We are in the office M-F 8:30AM – 5:00PM. If you need immediate support outside of those hours, call the Pierce County Crisis Line at: 800-576-7764.