Branches and Services

At this time, all THS branches are open. Methadone dosing for MAT patients will continue.

The following are all services that are on hold in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak:

  • All Group Counseling Sessions

Covid-19 Vaccine – Get Yours!

The Covid-19 Vaccines have been proven to be safe and effective. More than 256 million doses have been administered and the number is growing day by day. With CDC guidelines permitting people with their vaccine to do more and visit more places, it’s never been a better time to get a vaccine.

The CDC has created a helpful tool to help people find a vaccine site near them. There are lots of options, people can simply type in their zip code and the tool will provide a list of nearby locations and how to schedule.

Please note the vaccines are 100% free regardless of insurance. Get yours today and do your part to put our community back on the path to a safe and open environment.

Help Us, Help Others, Help Yourself – Wear a Mask

Covid-19 is a real threat everyone is susceptible to contracting it, however by simply wearing a mask or other face-covering you can help prevent the spread of the virus. 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. Whenever someone comes to THS, they must wear a face-covering, this extends to Staff, Clients, or Visitors.

Please Note: This is not a request, we are all required by Washington State law to wear a mask.

Emergency or Crisis Help

If you are experiencing a medical or other emergency, Call 911 immediately.

If you are in crisis and need help you can call the King County Crisis Line at  206-461-3222or 1-866-4CRISIS (1-866-427-4747).

In Snohomish County, please call 2-1-1 or the Care Crisis Line at 1-800-584-3578 to get help.

Questions or Concerns

If you have questions or concerns, please contact your branch. Visit Our locations page to view your branch’s phone number.

Procedures for Protecting Health and Ensuring Safety

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 visit our website’s News & Events page for updates. We will post on our website any changes to daily dosing or clinic operations.


All patients and staff must have their temperature checked upon entering the building. All individuals with a fever or other symptoms will be provided a mask and will receive their dose individually in an alternate office. If you feel sick in the morning before you come to the clinic, please call ahead and notify our staff so you can receive instructions for when you arrive at the clinic. We will make sure our staff are ready to receive you and ensure you get your medication safely. The branch phone numbers are listed here and on our Google Business listings.

Social Distancing

To protect everyone, all patients and staff are requested to observe a social distance of six feet. For patients in line waiting to receive medication, we have marked out the distance to stand apart on the floor at each of our locations.


In this uncertain and rapidly changing time, we want all of our medication-assisted treatment (MAT) patients to know that they will receive their medication. Our medical staff are evaluating patients for temporary or increased carries.  Please follow any instructions given by nursing staff when you receive your medication.

All MAT Patients, please remember to bring your lock box to the clinic on your next visit.

Please remember to watch this page for any changes in service. We will post here if there are any changes to daily dosing.

Symptoms of Covid-19

Symptoms for Covid-19 can include the following:

  • Fever > 100.4°
  • Acute* onset cough
  • Acute* onset shortness of breath
  • Acute* onset sore throat
  • Acute* generalized muscle pain
  • Acute* fatigue
  • New loss of sense of smell or taste
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms including diarrhea
  • Chills
  • New/abnormal headache
  • Runny nose not associated with allergy

*Acute means severe and sudden onset

If you have Covid-19, you may have mild (or no symptoms) to severe illness. Symptoms can appear 2-14 days after you are exposed to the virus that causes Covid-19.

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, we recommend contacting your primary care provider.

Seek medical attention immediately if you or someone you love has emergency warning signs, including:

  • Trouble breathing
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion or not able to be woken
  • Bluish lips or face

This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.

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These are important ways to prevent infection:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water or hand sanitizer for 20 seconds
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash and wash your hands
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
  • When in public, wear a cloth face covering over your nose and mouth
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care