Primary care comes to THS
THS is proud to highlight the opening of our first primary care unit. Located at our Summit/Seneca Branch in First Hill in Seattle, the primary care unit focuses on the acute and chronic healthcare needs of our patients. We aim to remove major obstacles to primary care faced by many of our behavioral health patients. Providing primary care at the same location where our patients receive behavior health services helps them address health concerns before they require a trip to the emergency room. THS looks forward to expanding this integrated care model to our other branch locations in the near future.
In the Annual Report, you can also view treatment goal outcomes for both adults and youth across our Mental Health and Substance Use programs as well as our 2016 financials. Click the link below to read more.
THS 2016 Annual Report Posts
A virtual friend- and fundraising eventWednesday October 14, 20206:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.The event will be hosted on WebEx web-conferencing software. Registrants will be sent an email containing a link and call-in information, needed for entering the meeting. Meet one of our amazing patients and hear about how Therapeutic Health Services supported their recovery and helped them to reclaim their lives. Get an update regarding how we are taking care of our patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a time more..
The First Step to Recovery at THS starts with an assessment, a private consultation with one of our counselors talking about the issues the new patient is facing. Here our staff can figure out exactly what issues someone is coping with. Whether it’s heroin or opioid abuse, mental health issues, or trouble with other substances, our team is standing by to help anyone take their First Step to Recovery. Watch the video above or read below to learn more. Learning more..
Covid-19 is a real threat and everyone is susceptible to contracting it, however by simply wearing a face-covering or other face-covering you can help prevent the virus from spreading. Covid-19’s symptoms can go under the radar and many people may not even know they have it, but if they wear a face-covering they can drastically reduce their likelihood of spreading it. We ask that whenever someone comes to THS, they wear a face-covering, this extends to Staff, Clients, or Visitors. more..
Juneteenth commemorates the true ending of slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers under the leadership of Major General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas and notified those still under the yoke of slavery that they were free. This was two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Now more than 150 years later, we celebrate this important event every June 19th. In a time when we are reminded every day that we have much more..
The past few days and weeks have laid bare the toxic racism that is woven into the fabric of America, every one of our systems, and every single town and city. The murders of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and Breonna Taylor and the harassment of Christian Cooper are not single, unique instances, but rather examples of the long-standing, pervasive, ongoing, systemic racism that infects our culture, government, and systems of power. In America today, if you are a Black person, more..
GiveBIG season starts each year on April 15th and runs through to May 5th & 6th. GiveBIG is a Washington state initiative where non-profit organizations come together to demonstrate how they’re working to serve the Pacific Northwest. Everyone is invited to chip in and support these organizations through donations, volunteerism, and more. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, GiveBIG is especially critical as so many organizations struggle to continue supporting people in need. Therapeutic Health Services would like to more..
Considering Compassion and Care We had a great time in October for our Fall Raising Power Event held at the Wild Ginger McKenzie in the South Lake Union neighborhood. Our supporters gathered to view our new Central Youth Development Video and hear the story of Rachelle, a patient with an amazing story. We heard from our CEO, Patricia Edmond-Quinn, on the importance of widening our circle and connecting to people in need across our region. Our Chief Development and Marketing more..
Conductive Conversation We had a blast on the evening of Tuesday, August 27th for our 2019 Summer “Raising Power” Event. The event brought together executive team, members of THS board of directors, leadership staff, new friends and ardent community supporters. Patricia Edmond-Quinn, our CEO, took us through a timeline of how THS has grown to have branches in key Puget Sound communities like Seattle, Bellevue, Everett, and Kent. Patricia gave us a run-down on what her plans include and how more..
We had a blast on the evening of Tuesday, April 11th for our 2019 Spring Raising Power Event. The event brought together our executive team, our board of directors, and ardent community supporters. Together we were able to talk about the needs of THS and the needs of our patients. Together we discussed the future of THS and how the organization is going about setting down the game plan for reaching those needs. We will be holding more Raising Power more..
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