Counseling and Treatment

Co-occurring Residential Program (CORP)

Contact:
Intake/Information
11900 Beacon Avenue S.
Seattle, WA 98178
United States
Phone:
Who is eligible

CORP is a specialty Medicaid program designed to serve individuals who are involved in the criminal justice system and have been diagnosed by an agency as having both a mental health and substance use disorder. We contract directly with counties and each county has specific guidelines of how admissions need to be processed. We also accept clients referred directly by their Tribe or through the Indian Health Services. Private pay (cash) clients will be considered on a case by case basis and require extra steps to ensure that we have enough information to adequately serve the client and their family. Apple Health and classic Medicaid are both accepted.

How to apply
  • Pierce and Skagit County clients need a referral from a their local behavioral health provider
  • King County clients can only be referred by Drug Diversion Court or via a regional Mental Health Court
  • Tribal and IHS clients need to apply through their behavioral health office
  • All other clients need to contact their local county Drug and Alcohol Coordinator to determine if they are eligible for the program

For more information, please contact our admissions coordinator at 206-772-6900. 

Pioneer’s Co-occurring Residential Program (CORP) is a 16-bed facility that provides specialized residential treatment for men and women with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder issues. CORP is the only long-term residential co-occurring treatment program in Washington State, with a length of stay from 60-90 days (based on American Society of Addiction Medicine criteria).

Services
  • Comprehensive client needs assessment
  • CORP staff includes a licensed psychiatrist, licensed mental health professionals and chemical dependency professionals
  • Evidence-based practices
  • Integrated treatment planning and recovery-focused engagement to identify symptoms and warning signs related to relapse; daily active client self-monitoring of mood/symptoms, relapse triggers and client identification/practice of a range of appropriate coping skills
  • Life-skills and time management training by mental health professionals
  • Nutrition, health, recreation and recovery lifestyle classes
  • Interdisciplinary team weekly client reviews of medication compliance, attendance in groups and classes, client behavior, participation and engagement in substance use disorder and mental health counseling, and involvement in case management and aftercare planning
  • Family education pursuant to substance abuse and mental health issues
  • Intra-company access to continuing care and counseling services
  • CORP can continue serving clients on Methadone or other Opiate Substitution Therapies

Priority population will be given priority when they have satisfied all other contractual requirements. These priority populations are:

  1. Pregnant injecting drug users
  2. Pregnant substance users
  3. Injecting drug users
  4. Parenting women

 

 

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Pioneer Center East

Contact:
Admissions Coordinator
3400 W Garland Avenue
Spokane, WA 99205
United States
Phone:
Who is eligible

PCE accepts voluntary and involuntarily individuals committed to the program, often because they have been unsuccessful in other treatment programs. Many residents have chronic medical conditions, including liver disease, seizures, ulcers, malnutrition and respiratory disease.  A large percentage of the residents also have difficulty following rules and struggle to stay motivated for change.

We also accept people who meet these criteria and are frequent users of hospitals and other public services, but do not have a court order.

How to apply

The application process varies depending on the individual situation:

  • Voluntary commitment (or self-stipulation) requires authorization through the individual's local Behavioral Health Organization (BHO).
  • Involuntary commitments require a series of steps, including petioning the court.
  • Native American tribes and drug courts may refer people directly.
  • Self-paying customers may apply directly.

For more information, please contact our Admissions Coordinator at 509-325-2355 or visit our Information for families page. 

Pioneer Center East (PCE) is a 53-bed facility in Eastern Washington that provides semi-secure, sub-acute detox service and intensive inpatient treatment for people who battle chronic substance use disorder. Located in Spokane County, PCE provides variable-intensity residential treatment for high-need, treatment-resistant individuals.

Services
  • A sub-acute detox and stabilization unit
  • Basic living skills, nutrition, health, recreation and recovery lifestyle classes
  • Relapse behavior and prevention groups
  • Anger management classes and process groups
  • Coping skills, grief and loss, self-esteem and trauma survivor groups
  • Motivational programming for the recidivist population
  • Meditation, pain management and relaxation exercises
  • Pre-vocational and vocational training
  • Discharge preparation group and comprehensive community-transition planning
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Pioneer Center North

Contact:
Information
1960 Thompson Drive
Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284
United States
Who is eligible

PCN accepts individuals who are 18 years and older who meet the criteria for medical necessity or intensive inpatient services.

How to apply

The application process varies depending on the individual situation:

  • Most individuals will need a substance use evaluation by a Chemical Dependency Professional and be authorized for substance use services by the  Behavioral Health Organization (BHO)
  • Find your BHO by clicking HERE
  • Involuntary commitments require a series of steps, including petitioning the court
  • Native American tribes and drug courts may refer people directly
  • Self-paying customers may apply directly

For more information, please contact Admissions/Scheduling at 360-856-3186 or visit our Information for families page.

Pioneer Center North (PCN) is a 141-bed facility in northwestern Washington that provides residential and intensive inpatient treatment for people who battle chronic substance use disorder. Located in Sedro-Woolley, PCN also provides evidence based programming for men and women. PCN accepts voluntary and involuntarily individuals committed to the program, often because they have been unsuccessful in other treatment programs. Many residents have chronic medical conditions, including liver disease, seizures, ulcers, malnutrition and respiratory disease. A large percentage of the residents also have difficulty following rules and struggle to stay motivated for change.

Services
  • A sub-acute detox and stabilization unit
  • Medication management
  • Evidence based programming for substance use disorders to include:
    • Living in Balance, Matrix, Seeking Safety, Dialectical Behavioral Skills, Motivational Enhanced therapy approaches, Mindfullness Meditation
  • Relapse behavior and prevention groups
  • Basic living skills, nutrition, health, recreation and recovery lifestyle classes
  • Coping skills, grief and loss, self-esteem and trauma survivor groups
  • Meditation, pain management and relaxation exercises
  • Vocational workshops include resume building, job interviewing skills and practice, professionalism, job search skills
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