Matt Talbot Center

Established in 1985, the Matt Talbot Center (MTC) is a recovery program and treatment center for people living with substance use disorders, homelessness, and mental illness. Located in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, the Matt Talbot Center offers hope, services and support to individuals ready to commit to their recovery with an intensive clinical outpatient treatment program offered in a Christian context. Supervised by a Certified Substance Use Disorder Professional (SUDP), this recovery and relapse prevention program addresses the physiology, psychology, and sociology of addiction. The program’s primary goals are to restore participants to healthy lives, and to encourage them to take responsibility for their actions and family obligations. MTC treats “members” holistically, recognizing that each of them has individual needs for physical, mental and spiritual healing.

Services Available:

  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Life Skills Classes (Moral Decision Making, Family & Relationship, Employment, Stress Management, Anger Management/Conflict Resolution, Financial Management, Goal Setting)
  • Relapse Prevention Classes (Pharmacology of Addiction, Physiology of Addiction)
  • Women’s Specific Program
  • Crisis Intervention and Referral Services
  • Journaling Classes
  • Shelter Housing with Immanuel Lutheran Church
  • Urine Analysis
  • Sunday Breakfast & Fellowship Program
  • Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners and Gift Programs
  • Clothing and Personal Items
  • Wilderness Initiatives (Hiking and Mountain Climbing, Cultural, Recreational and Educational Outings)
  • Daily Prayer and Scripture Study

Get Help

(206) 256-9865
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

2313 Third Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121