At Therapeutic Health Services, recovery-oriented care is a journey of healing and transformation, enabling participants to live a meaningful life in their community of choice whole striving to achieve their full potential. Participants work with their counselors to create an individualized treatment plan and make their own on-going treatment decisions.
Mental Health Recovery embraces all aspects of life including: housing, employment, education, mental health treatment, health care, substance use treatment, spirituality, creativity, social networks, community participation, and family supports.
THS mental health services include counseling, community support services, medication management and crisis management. Participants in our mental health program are offered recovery education, vocational training and employment, opportunities for community involvement, enrichment activities, peer support, and referrals to self-help groups and other community resources.
Mental Health Recovery at THS Posts
September is the month for National Suicide Prevention and National Recovery Therapeutic Health Services provides therapeutic approaches to assist individuals with substance use disorder, mental health related issues, and provides our patients with resources to assist in their recovery efforts. As an agency, THS promotes awareness, prevention, and advocacy when it comes to Suicide, Mental Health related issues, and Substance use disorders. Our clinical staff are trained to assess and work with patients who present with suicidal ideation. For the more..
Join Team Happy Feet at the 2018 NAMI Walk THS is proud to support the National Alliance on Mental Illness in the 2018 NAMI Walk. Head to Marina Park in Kirkland on June 2nd and join other THS supporters in raising funds for a worthy cause. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the walk starts at 9. Visit https://www.namiwalks.org/team/teamhappyfeat to register.
As a peer support specialist I find great comfort in the connections that I make working with consumers. That shared experience is so valuable in being able to relate to each other, when it feels that there is no one else could possibly understand what you are going through. To know that another person has been there and will not judge you, can provide some relief to the isolating effects that mental health symptoms can give. I firmly believe that more..
Experts overwhelmingly agree that getting therapy is the best way to manage a mental illness, depression, anxiety and trauma. Yet research shows the negative attitudes about mental health, both self-imposed and from others, can prevent people from seeking support. May is National Mental Health Month, click here for some compelling facts about the prevalence of mental health conditions in the U.S.