Recovering Lives | Restoring Health | Rebuilding Futures
Therapeutic Health Services (THS) operates on the belief that chemical dependency and mental illness are chronic, progressive diseases that respond to appropriate intervention, treatment and prevention. By effectively employing all three, individuals and families are better able to lead healthy and productive lives in their communities.
At Therapeutic Health Services (THS), we believe in treatment that deals with the whole person and every aspect of his or her life. Our approach includes mental health and family services, plus a wide range of chemical dependency treatments such as methadone and counseling. Years of working with the diverse community of Puget Sound has taught our staff the value of providing services that are culturally relevant and in line with each individual’s needs.
improved quality of life for all
Our clients in recovery and those managing their mental illness need more than counseling and medication treatments to function at their greatest capacity. That’s why we offer a complete range of supplemental services, including language and cultural expertise, family and community support, and vocational services.
fostering healing and recovery
Each year, more people die or become disabled from substance abuse and severe mental illness than from any other preventable cause.
In fact, one in four deaths in our country is the result of alcohol, drug or tobacco abuse. You can imagine the enormous burden this places on everything from family life and public safety to health care. By helping our neighbors overcome alcohol and drug addiction, we help strengthen our entire community.
THS expands school-based behavioral health services offered in Snohomish County through new contracts with Snohomish County and Stanwood-Camano School District.
Based on the success of the Access to Total Care program, LIHI (Low Income Housing Institute) contracts THS to provide behavioral health services at a temporary shelter created at Executive Pacific Hotel as well as LIHI operated tiny home villages.
THS is contracted by King County to provide Peer Life Coaches to navigate homeless or unstably housed youth and young adults to behavioral health services.
City of Seattle funds THS Access to Total Care program, providing behavioral health outreach, engagement and support to residents of sanctioned tiny home villages.
King County contracts THS to provide COVID-related EPRAP (Eviction Prevention Rental Assistance Program) relief to those at-risk of eviction.
THS receives funding from Seattle Foundation, Snohomish County, Schools Out Washington and HealthierHere to purchase telehealth hardware, license software for every behavioral health service provider within the organization.
THS develops and implements COVID-19 safety protocols which become a model for other behavioral health organizations, THS receives special recognition from US Office of the Inspector General.
With substantial IT funding from North Sound BHO, THS upgrades computer hardware, network capacity, and bandwidth across the entire organization
Patricia Edmond-Quinn appointed CEO by THS Board of Directors.
THS purchases Summit/Seneca branch location securing treatment site in the downtown core.
THS becomes the lead agency in King County for HUD-funded Youth Homeless Housing Navigators/Diversion Demonstration Project.
THS begins offering WISe services for transition-age youth and their families in Snohomish county.
THS recognized as a top-performing organization in delivering Best Starts For Kids Youth & Family Homeless Prevention Initiative at King County Executive Dow Constantine’s annual holiday press conference held at the Youth & Family Services Branch.
THS expands size of Kent Branch.
THS opioid addiction services, including Drug Court prominently featured in PBS Frontline documentary “Chasing Heroin”
THS is awarded contract by Seattle Housing Authority to provide social/emotional and academic support services to students living in Yesler Terrace and attending Garfield High School. THS opens first Primary Care and Women’s Wellness clinics at Summit/Seneca branch.