Free substance use treatment and resources are available to anyone who resides in Washington County.
We have many different teams working to develop our Center for Addictions Triage and Treatment, as well as several who have completed their work. Learn about the role of these teams and view a diagram that helps keep the project organized.
These important documents are guiding our work.
A lot is happening with the CATT. Stay updated by reading recent news articles and newsletters.
Do you have a question about behavioral health services in Washington County? This page provides answers to the most commonly asked questions about mental health and addictions services.
How to get involved with Washington County's Medical Reserve Corps volunteers.
Resources and education for community organizations, schools and others.
Promoting physical and emotional health through a variety of programs.
No cost services available from pregnancy through your baby's childhood.
If you need support right away for a mental health concern or substance use disorder, the Hawthorn Walk-In Center may be able to help. Learn more about this program and how to get support.