Recovery Navigator


PCA’s Recovery Navigator Program is completely voluntary and designed to provide assistance for anyone dealing with adverse life issues that may arise from substance abuse and/or mental health problems. It offers intensive personal support by licensed peers to access the foundational pillars of recovery for any behavioral health issues.

Resources provided include connection to health and wellness necessities (food, hygiene, housing support, etc.), access to treatment for both mental health and substance use (including medication-assisted treatment ), employment assistance, and any other services as needed.

The program strives to contact individuals within 45 minutes of inquiry or referral, recognizing that these are urgent requests for help.

Recovery Navigator team members will work with anyone seeking assistance regardless of where they may physically or emotionally and will extend a helping hand to encourage, assist and walk alongside participants as they pursue their own, personal path to stability and recovery.

PCA also offers a justice-involved Recovery Navigator track to aid those persons referred from law enforcement, the courts, or prosecutors. This specialized program uses peer support to help clients understand and deal with any justice-related requirements.

The Recovery Navigator Program is completely free and does not require enrollment in a treatment program or require random drug testing.

Get started

If you would like us to help you or someone you know, call 253-878-6057 or fill out a quick, online referral form using the link on the right.

Office hours are M-F 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.

If you need immediate support outside of those hours, call the Pierce County Crisis Line at: 800-576-7764.


A team member will make contact within 45 minutes, offer any needed referrals immediately and then get the individual enrolled as soon as possible.