Fentanyl continues to be found in Skagit County. Please beware of counterfeit pills that may look like prescription drugs or other substances.

For a Healthier and Safer Skagit County

This website is an effort to connect you — whoever and wherever you are — with high-quality information and tools regarding the opioid crisis in Skagit County. We understand that it can be difficult to find accurate and useful information, let alone all in one place. So, this is your one-stop shop. Whether you currently use substances, know someone who does, or just want to learn more, this website houses information for you!

Increase Knowledge

  • Learn about opioids and substance use disorders
  • How to prevent/reduce infection, overdose, and death
  • Treatment and pathways to recovery


  • Find resources and services including crisis support, treatment and recovery programs, housing, and more

Support Others

  • Speak with health care providers, friends, family, and others about substance use
  • Get involved and help reduce the impact of substance use in our community

Nearly 1 in 3 People Knows Someone Who Struggles With Opioid Addiction.

Thousands of Skagitonians from all walks of life struggle with substance use and addiction. Addiction is a disease that does not discriminate—it affects people of all ages, races/ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. Substance use disorders, including opioid use disorder, are chronic medical conditions and need to be treated as such.

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