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..
Our First Hill branches, Summit & Seneca, housed at the same location are now accepting new patients for our Opioid Use Treatment program. If anyone is in need of care, in need of support, or in need of medication-assisted treatment, we can help. Call (206) 705-7771 and we can schedule an appointment for an assessment and entrance to recovery. Click here to visit our Get Help form to request an appointment and someone will reach out to help with the more..
Due to the Independence Day Holiday, all THS Branches will be closed on July 3rd and 4th 2020. If you are a patient and need to speak with our staff, please call your branch. The phone numbers are found on our locations page here. If you are not a patient and would like to request service, please complete our Get Help form located here: www.ths-wa.org/get-help. For Patients Receiving Methadone All Methadone Dispensing Clinics will be open for dispensing medication on 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..
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Stroum Jewish Community Center’s Giving Initiative for Teens (GIFT) for their generous gift to THS. This gift will provide Enhanced Recovery Supports for our Pregnant & Parenting program families. These Enhanced Recovery Supports may include diapers, baby clothes, bedding, and other items so crucial to helping these new parents better care for their child and focus on meeting their recovery goals so they can build healthy lives with their families. 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..
Due to the Memorial Day Holiday, all THS Branches will be closed on May 25th, 2020. If you are a patient and need to speak with our staff, please call your branch. The phone numbers are found on our locations page here. If you are not a patient and would like to request service, please complete our Get Help form located here: www.ths-wa.org/get-help. For Patients Receiving Methadone Memorial Day – May 25th Two (2) take home carries will be given more..
Looking Back Update It’s been one year since we first shared Brenda’s story. We caught up with her to see how things were going. She’s still receiving treatment with THS and still enjoying working with Paula. As Brenda says; “Paula is still my favorite person…I love her dearly, we get along like real family members, we get along great.” Brenda is healthy and well, still loving all the good things life has blessed her with since she stopping using. Read more..
One-Year Check-Up We had a chance to check-in with Betty, a patient of Summit/Seneca Branch whose story we told a year ago in a patient story video. Betty is doing well and staying healthy in this time of uncertainty. Betty is in the high-risk group for Covid-19, but her local neighbor community has really rallied around the challenge and she and her neighbors are getting help picking up groceries and such. As Betty puts it, she’s really thriving right now. more..