Addiction is America’s #1 health care problem. Therapeutic Health Services (THS) is a nationally accredited, non-profit organization offering a wide range of treatment options for individuals, youth and families struggling with substance use. We provide evidence-based Opioid Use Treatment using medications like Methadone and Suboxone® along with strengths-based counseling and supports. Since 1972 we have helped people in King and Snohomish Counties recover from addiction. Lives are restored and hope is renewed as more of our patients begin to lead the lives they were meant to live. Connect to Substance Use Treatment with THS Here.
When people have trouble recognizing mental health challenges they’re dealing with and quality treatment is difficult to find, recovery might seem impossible. Therapeutic Health Services’ sensitive and supportive mental health staff begin by lowering the barriers to treatment. They deliver quality individual and group counseling to help manage chronic and short-term mental health issues, cognitive problems and post-traumatic stress disorders. Our team provide culturally competent counseling that recognizes the life experiences that have shaped each of our patient’s lives. We serve a diverse population and our staff aim to ensure they meet with each patient, providing them with care and support that meets their unique needs. If you or anyone you know is seeking mental health services, please visit HERE to learn more.
There are no problem youth, there are young people who have problems. When you are a young person grappling with addiction or emotional issues, life can start to seem hopeless. When you are a parent or guardian of youth who are impacted by addiction or mental health issues, it can be difficult to know where to turn to for help. Therapeutic Health Services provides a wide range of evidence-based treatment, counseling, outreach and case management programs serving at-risk, low-income children, youth and young adults and their families.
The Layne Staley Memorial Fund is a tribute to Layne, offering hope, treatment, and support for recovery to the Seattle music community. Layne Staley was a potent, searing force in the Seattle music scene, leading the band Alice in Chains. His eloquent and passionate voice described life as both a bright, brilliant light, and such a dark and jagged place…poetry in the midst of so much pain. He spoke earnestly about not wanting people to follow in his path into heroin addiction. The memorial fund is a way to bring to life that desire.
Each day THS staff are helping hundreds of patients, each of whom has their own story to tell. Here are some of the Patient Stories we’ve been able to showcase in video and writing. Their stories of recovery highlight the power of treatment, the joy of recovery, and the quality of care at THS.