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Thurston County, Washington

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Resource Hub Schedule

The Thurston County Resource Hub is a newly developing program, and information on partnerships, schedules, etc. will likely change frequently. Please check back on this website often for the most current and up-to-date information on the Resource Hub, partnerships, community events, etc.  

Currently, partner providers will be at the Hub on a rotating basis. The following schedule is kept up-to-date on this website, and will likely change frequently as the Resource Hub grows and expands partnerships. Presently, the schedule is as follows (most recently updated April, 2024):



Sound Legal Aid


Equus Workforce Development 

Capital Recovery Center
















Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative 


Family Support Center



Capital Recovery Center


PacMtn Workforce Development Council


Olympia Timberland Regional Library









OlyMap/Family Support Center 


Arrest & Jail Alternatives


















Molina Healthcare


Olympic Health and Recovery Services 




Compass Housing & Employment


Capital Recovery Center


PacMtn Workforce Development 







What is the Thurston County Resource Hub?

The Resource Hub, located in Olympia on-site at the Thurston County Courthouse Complex, is a drop-in resource center for people with behavioral health needs who are impacted by the justice system.

At the Resource Hub, we understand that life is complicated, and during tough times it can make a big difference to have someone to help navigate community resources that make life safer and more stable. If you need assistance with Behavioral Health, Employment and/or Education, Housing, Public Benefits, Healthcare, Legal Support, or something else, representatives from County, State, and community-based social service programs will be on-site at the Hub ready to help explore options for support.

At the Hub, we believe that by making connection to resources urgent and accessible, we can reduce repeat involvement in the justice system for individuals with behavioral health needs, and support the safety, health, and wellbeing of all Thurston County residents.



Current Resource Hub partners include:


Sound Legal Aid 

“We provide free legal advice and information for civil (non-criminal) matters to low-income residents of Thurston, Mason, Grays Harbor, Lewis, and Pacific Counties.”


Molina Healthcare

Molina Healthcare has a no-cost program for our Apple Health (Medicaid) members to help with transition-of-care and re-entry support during and after incarceration. Our case managers and community connectors are understanding, caring, and knowledgeable.


Arrest and Jail Alternatives

Intensive case management and peer support for people at the intersection of housing issues, behavioral health needs, and criminal justice involvement.


Family Support Center

Family Support Center of South Sound is a nonprofit 501c3 multi-service agency located in Olympia, Washington, founded in 1992. The agency provides over 4,000 parents, children, and survivors of violence with coordinated, supportive services.


Equus Workforce Solutions

Employment and peer navigation services for Thurston County residents


Capitol Recovery Center

Capital Recovery Center has three programs, including the Olympia Bupe Clinic, a low-barrier Suboxone clinic that welcomes walk-ins; no appointments are necessary. The Outreach and Housing Program provides camp and street outreach, case management with housing resources and funding (when available), Foundational Community Support, and SOAR (assistance with Social Security and Disability benefits).

The Peer Program provides peer support services to individuals with mental illness and co-occurring disorders, including groups and individual peer counseling.



Supportive employment and homeless outreach


Northwest Resources 

Intensive Case Management (ICM)/ Substance Use assessment and treatment placement. Clients must be homeless or at risk of homelessness due to substance use, seeking inpatient treatment and/or withdrawal management services, and living in Thurston County. Additional services may include transportation to and from treatment, assistance with insurance navigation, and referral to outside agencies/services where appropriate.



“Providence Behavioral Health & Recovery is happy and proud to be a part of the HUB resource community. We will be providing on-site assessments for substance use and problem gambling. We will also provide information & consultations for other services offered at our clinic, including mental health, co-occurring treatment, depression & anxiety group, GEHM (geriatric/older adult) group, and tobacco cessation.”

  Behavioral Health & Recovery | Providence St. Peter Hospital | Providence



Compass Career Solutions enhances the availability and accessibility of Foundational Community Supports (FCS) - FCS provides targeted benefits and services for supported employment and supportive housing. Compass Career Solutions aims to support those currently receiving Medicaid services in Washington. FCS specializes in Mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, traumatic brain injuries, homelessness, people who have been diagnosed with a disability after the age of 18, and those who struggle to maintain employment due to various barriers. Housing and Employment services include searching for available housing or employment, communicating with apartment managers or employers, submitting applications, and advocating for accommodations. We also provide help in obtaining vouchers and financial assistance and advocating for tenant rights.


Olympia Mutual Aid Partners 

Heat assessments & Coordinated Entry 

Coordinated Entry is a process developed to ensure that people experiencing a housing crisis have fair and equal access to resources and are quickly identified, assessed for, and referred and/or connected to housing assistance based on their strengths and needs.

Eligibility - The Thurston County Coordinated Entry system serves Thurston County residents experiencing literal homelessness. Literal homelessness is defined as follows:

Living and sleeping outside

Sleeping in a place not meant for human habitation

Staying in a shelter

Fleeing/attempting to flee domestic violence

Exiting an institution (jail, mental health facility, etc.….where you resided for up to 90 days and were in a shelter or a place not meant for human habitation immediately before entering that institution.

If an individual meets this criteria, they can participate in an assessment to determine further eligibility. This is called a HEAT assessment.


Olympic Health and Recovery Services-LEAD program

The Thurston County LEAD program serves people who are at high risk of legal system involvement due to unmet behavioral health concerns and/or extreme poverty. LEAD provides peer-based, intensive case management using a harm reduction model to meet people where they are and help them work towards their goals. Participants are supported in navigating various systems (benefits, medical and BH services, etc.) as they move toward stability.







Bldg 4 HUB


Contact Info

If you need assistance and think the Resource Hub could help, please come visit us at

929 Lakeridge Dr SW Olympia, WA 98502

or call (360) 786-5230

If you are a service provider and would like more information on how to become involved with the Resource Hub, please email the Resource Hub Program Manager, Nate Block, at

Current operating hours are Monday through Thursday from 12pm to 4PM

Other ​Resources

Boulder Care

Boulder Care offers telehealth addiction treatment grounded in kindness, respect, and unconditional support. Our program is designed by addiction medicine specialists and people with lived experience of recovery. It is rooted in years of clinical expertise, proven research, and learnings from our patients.

Ready to get started? Start the referral process here.


WA 211 Online Resource Database


Northwest Resources Clothing Closet:

A poster with information about Northwest Resources Clothing Closet













Northwest Resources

NAMI Thurston Mason

Family Education and Support Services

Morningside Employment Services

Sound Legal Aid


Coffee with a Commissioner featuring the Resource Hub