All THS Branches will be closed on Wednesday, June 19th in honor of Juneteenth. The branches below will have their dispensaries open for methadone patients. Please call the branch if you have questions:
Juneteenth Dispensary Hours: 6:00am-12:00pm
1412 140th Place N.E.
Bellevue, WA 98007
Phone: (425) 747-7892
Fax: (425) 747-8348
Juneteenth Dispensary Hours: 6:00am-12:15pm
16715 Aurora Ave N, Suite 102
Shoreline, WA 98133
Phone: (206) 546-9766
Fax: (206) 542-0326
Juneteenth Dispensary Hours: 5:30am-12:30pm
9930 Evergreen Way, Building Z150
Everett, WA 98204
Phone: (425) 347-5121
Fax: (425) 353-6425
Juneteenth Dispensary Hours: 6:00am-11:30am
1116 Summit Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: (206) 323-0930
Fax: (206) 323-0933
Therapeutic Health Services and the Women’s Health Outreach has paired with Assured Imaging to provide mammogram screenings to the THS Patients at Therapeutic Health Service’s Summit Branch, on Friday, June 14 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Call (206) 323-0930 to schedule an appointment. They will provide state-of-the-art technology and trained experts to ensure accurate screenings. You can be assured you will receive one-on-one care in an easily accessible, comfortable setting.
Mammogram Screenings are an important step in ensuring your best health as a woman. The American Cancer Society provides the following guidelines for women who need to have an annual breast cancer screening:
These mammogram screenings are available to any THS Patient, call (206) 323-0930 to schedule an appointment. The screenings will take place Friday, June 14 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm at Therapeutic Health Service’s Summit Branch. The cost of the service will be charged to your insurance or Medicaid plan. You are responsible for any co-pay your insurance may require.
The THS Snohomish/Everett Branch is undergoing renovations that will allow them to expand services there. Starting in early-April, the renovations should wrap up in mid-July. In the process, three counseling offices, two medical offices, a new staff lounge, and an additional group room will be added.
The new renovations will greatly expand the Everett Branch’s ability to provide services. As a result of the renovations, the Everett team expects to be able to provide access to more people who suffer from opiate addiction. The new space will be used for both counseling and medical services. One of the medical offices will be used for primary care, a service the THS team is eager to bring to the Everett Branch.
The Snohomish/Everett Branch currently serves 921 patients, making it the branch with the largest census. 97% of these patients receive Medication Assisted Treatment (methadone, Suboxone® ). 3% receive Alcohol/Drug service, and 6% of all patients receive Mental Health services. The Everett clinic was opened in January of 2014, becoming the first MAT clinic in Snohomish County. The staff of 37 puts an emphasis on excellent customer service, working hard to ensure patients receive the care they need.
In response to overwhelming demand, Therapeutic Health Services is happy to announce that it will begin offering youth mental health services at its existing Kent location at 24823 Pacific Highway South.
“We’ve been receiving so many calls and emails from families in Kent, Federal Way, Des Moines and Burien. Our Seattle-based counseling staff has been doing a great job responding. We’re at the point where it just makes sense to have counseling staff closer to the communities they are serving,” said Phillip Carr, Therapeutic Health Services’ Youth Mental Health Clinical Supervisor.
Therapeutic Health Services is a regional leader in providing quality wraparound behavioral health services for youth and young adults and their families in Seattle’s Central District. They are building on this experience working with youth, families, schools and other community organizations to serve the needs of the changing population in South King County. Their array of programs allows them to build a custom portfolio of services addressing key issues youth and their families face today: trauma, anxiety, depression, bullying, peer pressure, suicidal ideation, substance use and behaviors which can lead to juvenile justice system involvement. Therapeutic Health Services’ staff has expertise providing culturally appropriate care to communities of color, especially African-American youth and their families.
“With the continuing gentrification of parts of South Seattle, more low and moderate income families are pushed to move further south,” said Therapeutic Health Services CEO Patricia Edmond-Quinn. “We are thrilled to be able to continue to work with these families in South King County.”
If you are interested in Therapeutic Health Services’ programs for South King County youth and families, please call their Kent Branch at (253) 681-0010 or complete their Get Help Form.
Due to inclement weather, all clinics and locations will be closed on Tuesday, February 12th. All groups and appointments are cancelled.
Patients are advised to carry their lockboxes with them during the week of February 11 in the event of additional inclement weather.