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Community-Based Treatment Programs

Center for Healthcare Improvement for Addictions, Mental Illness and Medically Vulnerable Populations (CHAMMP), Harborview Hospital

325 Ninth Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104
Tel: 206-744-1764
The Center for Healthcare Improvement for Addictions, Mental Illness and Medically Vulnerable Populations (CHAMMP) is a Center of Emphasis established to support Harborview Medical Center's commitment to improve healthcare for individuals with addictions, mental illness, and medically vulnerable conditions, through the development, testing, dissemination, implementation, and outcome assessment of interventions targeted toward this population.

Daybreak Youth Services

11711 E. Sprague, Suite D-4
Spokane, WA 99206
Tel: 509-927-1688
Daybreak Youth Services has been successfully treating teens for drug and alcohol abuse for over twenty years. They operate two treatment programs in the state of Washington, and serve teens around the Northwest. They also offer outpatient treatment services in the Spokane area. Together, Daybreak's programs serve nearly 1,000 adolescents a year.

Evergreen Recovery Centers

2601 Summit Ave.
Everett, WA 98201
Tel: 425-258-2407
Formerly called Evergreen Manor, Evergreen Recovery Services is a private non-profit organization with multiple locations in Washington. Evergreen Recovery Centers offer intensive or long-term residential treatment for pregnant and parenting women and their children, detoxification, intensive outpatient and outpatient treatment, approved treatment for Snohomish County Drug Court, a Snohomish County Jail Program for incarcerated individuals, and a program for "dually disordered" clients. Evergreen Manor serves about 475 clients in their outpatient services, and over 1500 in their detoxification services annually. The intensive inpatient/long-term program opened January 1, 2000, and is expected to serve 75 patients annually.

Evergreen Treatment Services

1700 Airport Way S.
Seattle, WA 98134
Tel: 206-223-3644
Evergreen Treatment Services is a private non-profit organization located in Seattle that has provided opiate substitution treatment to clients across Western Washington since 1973. Licensed to offer methadone and LAAM treatment, ETS also offers individual and group counseling, drug screen urinalysis, medical screening and psychiatric services to an average monthly caseload of 800 clients in two clinics and a mobile van. Additional services include Drug Court services and acupuncture. ETS has been involved in federally funded randomized clinical trials and program evaluations for over 13 years. Ron Jackson, M.S.W., former Executive Director of ETS, served as a Co-Principal Investigator for the Pacific NW Node until January 2013, when Molly Carney, Ph.D., M.B.A. became the Executive Director at ETS.

Group Health Cooperative (GHC)

1730 Minor Ave, Suite 1420
Seattle, WA 98134
Tel: 206-287-2758
Group Health Cooperative was founded in 1947 and is a consumer-governed, nonprofit health care system that coordinates care and coverage for more than half a million residents of Washington state and Idaho. Group Health's research arm, the Group Health Research Institute, aims to transform health care, working together with organizations, staff, and patients to improve the care of members and communities.

Parent-Child Assistance Program, Fetal Alcohol & Drug Unit, UW

UW Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute
180 Nickerson Street, Suite 309, Seattle, WA 98109
The Parent-Child Assistance Program began in 1991 as a 5-year federally-funded research demonstration project designed to test the efficacy of a model of intensive, long-term paraprofessional advocacy with high-risk mothers who abuse alcohol or drugs heavily during pregnancy and are estranged from community service providers. The program has been recognized by SAMHSA's National Registry of Effective Programs and Practices, and has been commended by Drug Strategies, a Washington D.C.-based policy research institute. In 2012, the Fetal Alcohol & Drug Unit (including PCAP), merged with the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute.

Providence Behavioral Health Services

916 Pacific Ave - 1 S, Box 1067
Everett, WA 98206
Tel: 425-258-7390
Providence Behavioral Health Services is located in Everett, WA, about 30 miles north of Seattle. As part of Providence Everett Medical Center, the PBHS catchment area includes the counties north of Seattle up to the Canadian border, most of which are rural in nature. Treatment services include detoxification and stabilization, short term rehabilitation, a chemical using pregnant women's program, day treatment/partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, regular outpatient, relapse prevention, a seniors' outpatient program, a family program, and legal assessment services and formal collaboration with the US Probation Office in treating federal pre-sentence, probation and parole clients. The inpatient program serves over 600 clients per year, and more than 6300 client visits were recorded in their intensive outpatient and relapse prevention programs during 1999.

Recovery Centers of King County

464 12th Ave., Suite 300.
Seattle, WA 98122
Tel: 206-322-2970
Recovery Centers of King County has three outpatient treatment sites, a detoxification facility, a sobering center, and 52 units of recovery housing in the greater Seattle area. In business for over 30 years, RCKC primarily serves low income and indigent clients. These services include: assessment and referral, outpatient treatment, including intensive outpatient programs, continuing care and relapse prevention programs, onsite childcare, and parenting education. Specialized services exist for pregnant and parenting women and co-occurring disordered clients. RCKC's outpatient sites served over 2000 clients in 2002. RCKC's detoxification facility has 35 acute and 20 sub-acute beds. In 2002 over 2500 unduplicated patients were served in the detox facility. The Sobering Center provides shelter for 60 homeless, chemically dependent individuals. In 2002 over 2100 unduplicated clients were served in the Sobering Center.

Residence XII

12029 113th Ave. NE
Kirkland, WA 98034
Tel: 425-823-8844
Residence XII is a private, nonprofit treatment program for women located about 15 miles north of Seattle. Residence XII has offered programs in intensive inpatient, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment for women and their families since 1981. The inpatient and outpatient programs serve more than 325 and 140 clients per year, respectively. Their treatment philosophy is based on the disease model, with additional skills training available in relapse prevention. Treatment is delivered with particular attention to the unique needs and characteristics of women with addictive disorders.

Seattle Counseling Services

1216 Pine St.
Seattle, WA 98101
Tel: 206-323-1768
Seattle Counseling Service provides comprehensive mental health and addiction services to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities of Seattle, King County, and the surrounding region. http://seattlecounseling.org/

Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium

222 Tongass Dr.
Sitka, AK 99835

Tel: 907-966-8715
Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) joined the Washington Node in Spring 2007. It is located in Southeast Alaska, with its primary facilities located in Sitka, and multiple other sub-regional clinics in outlying villages. The primary behavioral health and substance abuse programs are located in Sitka, which also serves as the home base for substance abuse and mental health outreach and tele-medicine/health and tele-psychiatry programs targeting village communities. It is a non-profit, Alaska Native adminstered health consortium established in 1975 to meet the health care needs of the Tlingit, Haida, Tsimpshian, and other Native and rural/remote-dwelling people in 18 Native communities in Southeast Alaska. SEARHC serves an average of 235 outpatient individuals per month, with another 25 enrolled in residential treatment programs. The vast majority of individuals served by SEARHC substance abuse programs are Alaska Natives.

Swedish Medical Center

550 16th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122

Tel: 206-320-2484
Swedish Medical Center is a the largest nonprofit medical center in the greater Seattle area, with three hospital locations in Seattle, an emergency room and specialty center in Issaquah, and multiple affiliations with suburban hospitals and physician groups.

Triumph Treatment Services

102 South Naches Ave.
Yakima, WA 98907
Phone: 509-248-1800
Triumph Treatment Services is a large, primarily publicly funded treatment facility in Yakima, WA, on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains. The Yakima Valley is known for its agriculture, high proportion of farm workers, and proximity to several Native American reservations. Triumph has developed several treatment modalities at four sites to meet the needs of their clientele, including 1) full service outpatient treatment with onsite child care and parenting classes, 2) men's residential treatment program that includes intensive inpatient, recovery house, and dual diagnosis treatment, 3) women's residential program for pregnant and parenting women and their children, 4) transitional housing for pregnant/parenting women and their children, 5) a general housing program that includes transitional and long term units, and 6) a large permanent housing program for individuals, couples, and families who are in recovery and may also have co-occurring mental health disorders. Triumph has over 700 new admissions per year in their various programs.

VA Puget Sound & American Lake, Addiction Treatment Center (ATC)

1660 South Columbian Way
Seattle, WA 98108

Tel: 206-764-2782
The Addiction Treatment Center joined the Washington Node in Spring 2007. It has divisions at both the VA Medical Center in Seattle (Puget Sound) and at the American Lake VA Medical Center in Tacoma. Treatment at both divisions is delivered through a variety of integrated inpatient and outpatient programs that provide comprehensive treatment for individuals with alcohol and drug dependence and other addictive behaviors. The ATC offers long-term rehabilitation services and maintains a commitment to the continuity of care for substance dependent veterans. Patients treated in these programs compose a very heterogeneous population of (mostly male) veterans who exhibit a wide range of substance abuse, psychiatric, and medical problems.

Washington Physicians Health Program

720 Olive Way, Suite 1010
Seattle, WA 98101-1819

Tel: 206-583-0127
Washington Physicians Health Program is a confidential, non-profit corporation founded by the Washington State Medical Association (WSMA) in 1986, to reach out to troubled colleagues. WPHP helps identify, refer for evaluation or treatment, monitor the recovery of, and endorse the safety of healthcare practicitioners who have a condition, mental of physical, which could affect their ability to practice with reasonable skill and safety.


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