Are you a new client? Welcome to Valley Cities.

Renton-Care Coordinator

Your First Step: Call 253.833.7444 to determine eligibility.

Our Clinical Screener team is available Monday through Friday from 7:30am – 6pm. During this call, you will be screened for eligibility and receive important information on what you need to bring with you to your intake.

Next Step: Once you have completed this call, please come in for an in-person intake. You may walk in to any of our eight neighborhood locations any time Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 2pm (availability may vary). If you require an interpreter or have special needs, you are eligible for a scheduled appointment, so please request an appointment during your initial call with the Clinical Screener team.

Note on intake availability: Valley Cities offices are closed in the mornings on the third Wednesday of each month for staff training. Please take that into consideration when planning a time to come in for your intake. 

Substance Use Assessments: If you are in need of a Substance Use (CD) assessment, they are done beginning at 8:30am on the following days and locations:

Assessments are available on a walk-in basis. Please make sure you arrive by 8:30am, as assessments are on a first come, first served basis. Valley Cities does not offer scheduled SUD assessment appointments. Prior to coming in for the assessment, please call to ensure eligibility, 253.833.7444. You must bring a photo ID, your Provider One medical card, and all current prescriptions, as well as your completed Chemical Dependency intake packet (below).

If the assessment is due to a DUI charge, you must bring:

  • Current Driving Abstract from the Department of Licensing.
  • Criminal History Report.
  • Police Report of Incident, including BAC Report (if applicable).
  • Court or Attorney contact information (required if the assessment is court-ordered).

At your assessment, you will need to review information about the services we provide and you will need to complete SUD intake forms. If you require an interpreter, you are eligible for a scheduled appointment. Please call to request an appointment, 253.833.7444.

For more information on our Substance Use services, visit our Chemical Dependency and Co-Occurring Disorders page.

NARCAN at Valley Cities

Valley Cities works with local pharmacies to provide NARCAN, an FDA-approved medication that rapidly reverses opioid overdose. Narcan saves lives and is carried by opioid users and their family members, medical professionals and first responders. If you or your family member use opioids, even those prescribed by a physician, please consider talking with a Valley Cities staff member about whether a Narcan prescription is right for you.

For Providers: To refer clients to Valley Cities, have your client call for eligibility (see First Step above), then come in to any Valley Cities site for a walk-in intake.