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Caring for Children – Tips to keep children healthy while school’s out

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From the Center For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Caring for Children Talking to Children About COVID-19 Based on available evidence, children do not appear to be at higher risk for COVID-19 than adults. While some children and infants have been sick with COVID-19, adults make up most of the known cases to date. You can learn more about who is most at risk for health problems if they have COVID-19 infection on Are you at higher risk for severe illness. more..

Connect to a Free Phone for Eligible Clients

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Lifeline Lifeline is the FCC’s program to help make communications services more affordable for low-income consumers. Lifeline provides subscribers a discount on monthly telephone service, broadband Internet access service, or voice-broadband bundled service purchased from participating providers. Lifeline is available to eligible low-income consumers in every state, commonwealth, territory, and on Tribal lands. The Lifeline program is administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC). USAC is responsible for data collection and maintenance, support calculation, disbursements, and assisting consumers with more..

Coping With Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks

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Information taken from SAMSHA flyer: HHS Publication No. SMA14-4885 (2014) What You Should Know When you hear, read, or watch news about an outbreak of an infectious disease such as Ebola, you may feel anxious and show signs of stress—even when the outbreak affects people far from where you live and you are at low or no risk of getting sick. These signs of stress are normal, and may be more likely or pronounced in people with loved ones in more..

Chasing Heroin – PBS Frontline Documentary

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In 2016, THS was able to collaborate with the producers of PBS’ Frontline series on a documentary entitled “Chasing Heroin.” Many of the people featured in the documentary are THS patients. The documentary also outlines how over-prescription of opioids led to the current national epidemic. This vivid and compelling film shows the despair of heroin users and how Seattle-based agencies and community members are working to serve these people in need. Medication-Assisted Treatment (Methadone, Suboxone®) As seen in the document, Medication-Assisted Treatment more..

Weekly Check-Ins By Phone

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During the coronavirus|covid-19 pandemic we want to minimize the risk of exposure and infection for our patients and staff. At the same time, we know you, like everyone else, are anxious, afraid and depressed. We want to continue to provide you with the recovery support you need and help you feel connected at this extraordinary time. Beginning Wednesday, March 25 your counselor will be making weekly check-in calls to you via the phone number we have listed in your patient record. Make more..

New Procedures for Protecting Health and Ensuring Safety

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Therapeutic Health Services cares deeply about the health of our patients and of our community. We will be posting information as needed regarding any changes in program and service delivery at THS related to coronavirus (covid-19). Our goal is to keep our patients safe and provide the care they need. Please remember to watch our website’s Services Updates page ( page for any changes in service. We will post on our website if there are any changes to daily dosing. more..

Shelly Serves – Going Above and Beyond to Volunteer in Her Community

volunteering quote from coretta scott king: "The greatness of a community is more acurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members."

At THS we have a diverse staff who serve the needs of our patients in a variety of ways. We have physicians, nurses, substance use disorder and mental health counselors, and medical services technicians. Our medical services technicians help our patients maintain the integrity of their sobriety so they can reach their treatment goals. We spoke with Shelly Sisler, who is a medical services technician at our Snohomish/Everett branch. Recently, Shelly spent five twelve-hour days volunteering at the Seattle/King County more..

We Care About Your Health – Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Therapeutic Health Services cares deeply about our patients and our community, that’s why we want to share this notification and any others in the future to keep you informed of any changes at THS regarding coronavirus (covid-19). Our goal is to keep our patients safe and provide the care they need. MAT Dosing at our Branches Daily dosing will continue until further notice. We urge patients to please follow dosing line instructions and be aware they may be screened prior more..

Mental-Health Researchers Ask: What Is ‘Recovery’?

By Benedict CareyReposted from New York TimesFeb. 25, 2020 For years, Claire Bien, a research associate at Yale, strained to manage the gossipy, mocking voices in her head and the ominous sense that other people were plotting against her. Told she had a psychotic disorder, she learned over time to manage her voices and fears with a lot of psychotherapy and, periodically, medication. But sometime in late 1990, she tried something entirely different: She began generating her own voices, internal allies, more..

Inactive Teens May Be More Prone to Depression

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By ReutersFeb. 18, 2020 (Reuters Health) – Sedentary teens may be more likely than their active peers to be depressed, and a new study suggests even light exercise like walking might help reduce this risk. Following more than 4,000 young people from age 12 to age 18, researchers found physical activity levels declined as kids got older. But those who were the most sedentary at ages 12 through 16 were the most likely to have symptoms of depression at 18. Conversely, more..