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Seattle Counseling

Fax: (206) 323-2184

Address:
1216 Pine Street
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98101

Office Hours:
Monday thru Thursday open 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Friday open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

GETTING HERE
Seattle Counseling Service is located on the corner of Pine Street and Melrose Avenue in a three-story building. The door to the building lobby faces Melrose Avenue.

Bus Routes: We are served by King County Metro routes 10, 11, 47, 43, & 49. View bus schedules.

Driving Directions

  • From South of Seattle: Take I-5 North towards Seattle. Take Exit 166 onto Olive Way. Take the first right onto Melrose Ave. Seattle Counseling Service will be on your right at the end of the block.
  • From North of Seattle: Take I-5 South towards Seattle. Take exit 166 toward Stewart St/Denny WayTurn right at Stewart StTake the 3rd left onto Denny Way (A sharp turn taking you East up Capitol Hill and across I5). Take the 1st right onto Melrose Ave. Seattle Counseling Service will be on your right, about 2 blocks from your last turn.
  • From Downtown Seattle: Take Pike Street northeast from downtown, past the WA Convention Center. Turn left onto Melrose Avenue. Seattle Counseling Service is approximately one block, at the corner of Melrose and Pine Street.
Source: www.seattlecounseling.org
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