Serving the community since 1989
CRC guides program participants to clarify their individualized recovery goals, engaging with the community through a peer-to-peer model of support.
CRC routinely improves and strengthens opportunities for each participant, to empower them in their personal recovery journey.
Peer Counseling Program
Community Outreach Team
Olympia Bupe Clinic (OBC)
OBC is one of only a few low-barrier, harm reduction MOUD (Medication for Opioid Use Disorder) clinics in the county and surrounding counties.
Since opening our doors in 2019, OBC has now served over 2,500 individuals living with Opioid Use Disorder.
Peer recovery specialists who are in recovery for their OUD, use their own lived expertise to support individuals (patients) navigate the kind of recovery they want to achieve.
Olympia Bupe Clinic
Outreach & Housing
The Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Program is a homeless outreach program. We serve residents of Thurston and Mason Counties.
PATH/Pathfinder aims to be the first point of contact for adults who are unhoused (or at risk of becoming unhoused), who are also experiencing serious mental illness and may also have co-occurring substance use.
What people have to say:
” It helps more than I can say and everybody is so hopeful and understanding.”
~Peer Program Participant
“I found out about the clinic. And my goal was to get a steady flow of Suboxone to keep me level, and to not have any cravings. So that was basically my main goal was to stay sober.”
"You guys literally mostly likely saved our lives. We owe so much to you."
~Community Services Participant
“My need are always taken care of. They’re all so understanding. There are times I am day by day but they always make me feel at home.”