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Olympia Bupe Clinic (OBC)

Clinic Hours
Walk-Ins Welcome

4:00pm - 7:00

*New Patients, please check in no later than 5:30pm

Tuesdays & Thursdays

1:00pm - 4:00pm

*New Patients, please check in no later than 2:30pm
Address:1011 10th St SE 

Olympia, WA 98501

Office Phone:  (360) 349-0033

Everyone is Welcome

  • Recent Jail/Prison/Drug Court

  • Recent Emergency Room/Hospital/Overdose

  • Homeless

  • Pregnant/Youth

  • Veterans & Tribal Members

  • Everyone of every race, creed, religion and human condition is welcome.

We work to dismantle misconceptions, confront discrimination and build understanding. Empowerment and full community participation are our ultimate goals.

Peer Specialists already in recovery for their OUD, have a wealth of lived experiences they use in supporting current OBC patients, navigating their recovery and achieving their goals. 


OBC has built a safe environment where patients become self-directed by learning and using tools that contribute to their wellness and healing from life events.

We follow all HIPAA requirements to the fullest extent. We will NOT share your information without your consent to do so, except as required by law.

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Clinic Information

Walk In

  • Same-Day Visits

  • Medication Dispensed On-Site at Time of Visit

  • No Charge for Visit or Medication

  • In-Recovery Encouraged, but not Required

What to Expect at the Clinic

First Visit
A Peer Recovery Coach will introduce you to the clinic and collect basic information.

At Every Visit:

You will meet with a medical provider who will help you get the most out of the medication. In most cases, you will be provided a short-term supply of medication, dispensed to you on-site. You can meet with a peer recovery coach, or set a time to meet outside of clinic hours.

On Return Visits:

Occasionally, urine testing will occur to confirm the presence of buprenorphine.

Buprenorphine Information

What is Buprenorphine?

Buprenorphine (Suboxone®) is a medication to treat opioid use disorder. It promptly stops withdrawal symptoms and reduces opioid craving. It is long-acting, has a very low overdose risk and minimal euphoric effect, and helps support recovery. 



We also provide testing for Hep C, HIV & STIs on Mondays thru Fridays from 10am to 3pm, along with treatment. For more information, please contact Lyndsie Stanley, at:


(360) 970-5651

Benefits of


Treats Opioid Use Disorder

Stops Withdrawals

Reduces Opioid Craving

Does Not Cause a High

Helps Support Recovery

Reduces Risk of Overdose

Death by 50%

Can Be Used As Needed, But Daily Use Works Best

Increases Your Ability to Care for Yourself & Your Loved Ones

Helps You Maintain Your Independence

Justice Outreach 

Assistance with navigating the barriers related to incarceration/legal/justice issues, knowing your rights, advocacy within the system, assisting with fees to re-enter the community, as well as community service options in lieu of fines. We also help participants connect to recovery services, case management services related to Opioid Use Disorder at CRC.
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