Alcohol & Drug Information
Alcohol Anonymous (AA) serves the Greater Seattle area’s AA members and groups by maintaining a 24-hour phone service, publishing a meeting schedule of all AA meetings, stocking a complete line of AA Conference-approved literature, and acting as a contact between the local AA and the general public.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) serves NA members and groups by providing a guide to and directory of NA meetings in Washington State.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides information on driving motor vehicles under the influence of alcohol and drugs. CDC’s research and prevention efforts target this serious public health problem.
Teen Driving: Learn how you can help your teen become a safe driver.
Separation and Loss Services provides services for adults and children (aged 7-18) whose loved one has died as the result of a sudden, violent death by criminal act (homicide), including terrorism, suicide or other types of violent death.
DUI Memorial Sign Program is a way to join together with citizens of this state in the ongoing efforts to combat Driving Under the Influence and remembering those who have lost their lives.
Lyft. “Whether you’re riding to show your cousin the fish toss, grab a cask ale in Fremont, or stay dry on date night, count on Lyft for reliable, affordable rides in minutes. The Lyft app matches you with local drivers in just a few taps. Request, ride, then simply pay in the app.”
Uber. “Safe, reliable rides in minutes.”
Community Transit has an online Trip Planner which allows you to plan your bus or train travels in Snohomish, King and Pierce Counties.
Metro Transit has an online Trip Planner for bus, vanpool, carpool, bicycle and related information for the Seattle-King County area.
Taxi Service is a guide to taxi service in Washington State.