Now Accepting New Patients – Summit & Seneca Branches
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 first steps to recovery.
New Patients First Step to Recovery
The First Step to Recovery, starts with an assessment. Visit HERE to learn more about what the first steps toward treatment look like for new patients at THS. Our compassionate, caring counselors are standing by ready to support anyone in need of care. We have the most effective, evidence-based treatment for helping people from heroin and opioid abuse; medication-assisted treatment.
Medication Is Just the Beginning
We provide Medication-Assisted Treatment with medications like Methadone or Suboxone®. Patients are assessed by one of our physicians to determine which medication and dosage level are appropriate. Used appropriately with our care, Methadone and Suboxone® eliminate withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings. With this relief, the real work of recovery can begin.
Affordable, Accessible Care
We accept all Medicaid/Apple Health plans, Medicare and most private health insurance plans for our Opioid Treatment Services. We provide self-pay, payment assistance and sliding-fee scale options based on a patient’s income where the cost of care is adjusted to match a patient’s income.
Counseling That Works, Delivered by People Who Care
Evidence-based, proven and effective interventions form the basis of counseling at Therapeutic Health Services. Our experienced team of counselors helps patients explore recovery tools and develop the skills they need to meet their goals. We recognize that treatment is not a linear process, sometimes our patients stumble. We’re here with a helping hand (and no judgement) to get them back on their feet and on the pathway to recovery. Click the button below to connect to care now.