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Mental Health
Substance Use
Youth Programs
Mental Health
Substance Use

Debra’s Story

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Debra had a hard start in life. She was born addicted to heroin, her parents were both users before she was born. At the age of 13, Debra decided she was going to try heroin. Debra asked her father to shoot her up. He begged her not to. Debra told him, that if he didn’t give it to her, she’d go find someone who would. So he shot his 13-year-old daughter up with heroin. Debra had been addicted for decades more..

2019 Spring Raising Power Event

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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..

Trauma-Informed Care – Putting the Patient First

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Care isn’t a cure, it’s a process. A person in care has to go through many challenges in treatment. Trauma-Informed Care and “Seeking Safety” helps guide care to ensure patients can recover and move toward leading better lives.

Royale’s Story

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We want to share Royale’s story with you. Royale was a client of our Youth and Families program. His story, in turning his life around, is a bright light that we hope brings you a smile. We serve many young people like Royale and we hope to share more stories like his with you in the coming year. Please consider making a gift today to ensure we can continue lighting up lives like Royale’s. Support Patients Like Royale Please consider more..

Inclement Weather – Tuesday 02/12/19

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.

Inclement Weather – Monday 02/11/19

All clinics are open with the exceptions below. All groups and all 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. If you have any questions or concerns please call your branch. Phone numbers can be found here: https://ths-wa.org/ths-locations/  Kent Branch: Closed Rainier Branch: Closed

Inclement Weather – Saturday 02/09/2019

Due to anticipated adverse weather conditions, all THS branches will be closed on Saturday, February 9. Jail dosing will continue as usual. Patients are advised to carry their lockboxes with them during the week of February 11 in the event of additional inclement weather. ADIS is cancelled for Summit/Seneca. It has been cancelled for the season due to inclement weather. Persons requesting this service are encouraged to call our Eastside Branch where they can register for a March class being more..

Inclement Weather – Tuesday, 02/05/19

Road conditions are much improved from yesterday. As such all of our branches are open today. However, all groups are cancelled today and this evening. If you have any questions or concerns please call your branch. Phone numbers can be found here: https://ths-wa.org/ths-locations/

Inclement Weather 02/04/2019

Due to Inclement Weather some of our branches are closed. These are listed below. The remainder of our branches are open. Groups are cancelled today. If you have any questions or concerns, please call your branch. Location numbers can be found here: www.ths-wa.org/ths-locations.org Closed Branches Rainier Branch Kent Branch Youth & Families – Seattle

Get Updates on THS in Our New Fall Newsletter

THS is proud to present our Fall 2018 Newsletter This edition of the newsletter features a profile of our new CEO, Patricia Edmond-Quinn, the recovery story of one of our most successful clients, a spotlight on our Youth & Young Adult Homeless Navigator/Diversion program, and a profile of our newest board member, Harold Booker II. Click Here to view an electronic version of the newsletter.  

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