Counseling and Treatment

Carnegie Resource Center

Contact:
Calei Vaughn
Carnegie Resource Center
3001 Oakes Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
United States
Phone:
Who is eligible

All individuals in need of substance abuse treatment, mental health care, housing, employment or any other local service.

The Carnegie Resource Center is a gateway to a multitude of resources and training opportunities related to mental health counseling and substance use disorder treatment, employment services, housing enrollment, veteran programs, health insurance navigation, and public benefit enrollments. All services at the center are coordinated by Pioneer Human Services.

The program offers a one-stop location where local residents can engage with several service providers. Partner agencies include: Washington State DSHS, Workforce Snohomish, Washington State Employment Security, Community Health Centers of Snohomish County, Volunteers of America Western Washington, Catholic Community Services, Seattle Goodwill, Housing Hope, Refugee and Immigrant Services Northwest, Center for Human Services and many more!

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Geiger Corrections Center In-Jail IOP & Innovative Project

Contact:
Brandy McBride
Geiger Corrections Center
In-Jail IOP & Innovative Project
1100 W Mallon Ave.
Spokane, WA 99260
United States
Phone:
Who is eligible

Incarcerated individuals in the Spokane County Jail and at Geiger Corrections Center.

 

The Innovative Project at Geiger Correction Center provides services for incarcerated individuals who intend to engage in substance use disorder services to include screening, assessment and referrals to community-based intensive inpatient services and to Geiger Corrections Services.

The Geiger Intensive Outpatient (IOP) program is available to post-conviction individuals (have been sentenced) currently incarcerated at Geiger Correction Center with approximately 3-4 month sentences in addition to pre-trial individuals who are interested in engaging in treatment prior to being adjudicated.

Services

Evidence-based curriculum is utilized in the IOP program to include:

  • Thinking For A Change is a principle that thinking controls how people act, and that to change the way people act, they have to take control of their thinking.(We do not use Thinking for a Change)
  • The Matrix Model provides a framework for engaging stimulant (e.g., methamphetamine and cocaine) abusers in treatment and helping them achieve abstinence.

  • Seeking Safety is a present-focused coping skills model for clients with a history of trauma and/or substance abuse.

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King County Corrections-Based SUD Treatment Program

Contact:
Larry Ferguson, Director
King County Corrections-Based SUD Treatment Program
620 West James Street
Kent, WA 98032
United States
Who is eligible

All program participants are currently incarcerated in the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center. Referrals are based on screening initially conducted upon entry to the facility and designating individuals with medium to high multi-dimensional Risk-Need factors. In response to these risk factors, further screening and assessment may be conducted to determine Risk-Need-Responsivity.

 

 

The King County Corrections-Based Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center provides in-jail treatment to individuals incarcerated due to a substance use disorder (SUD). The program is comprised of a complex array of services that include established evidence-based curriculum and therapeutic community approach. Curriculum includes Living-in-Balance and Moral Reconation Therapy being facilitated within one of the medium security programming housing units. Participants are treated with dignity, respect, and consideration of the whole person in a trauma informed approach. 

Counseling modes used incorporate individual client assessments of needs and progress, combined with the planning and delivery of interventions targeted to client readiness, engagement, life-skills building, and stages of recovery. In addition, Pioneer partners with the Asian Counseling and Referral Services in the delivery of Intensive-Outpatient treatment of SUD’s as well as the delivery of domestic violence services at the Community Center for Alternative Programs.

Services

Evidence-based curriculum is utilized in the outpatient program to include:

  • Living-in-Balance is a comprehensive SUD treatment program that emphasizes relapse prevention delivering psycho-educational and experiential training designed to enhance program participant level of functioning in key life areas that are often neglected with prolonged substance use.
  • Moral Reconation Therapy is a cognitive behavioral approach with a systematic treatment strategy that seeks to decrease recidivism in individuals who were formerly, or are currently, incarcerated by increasing moral reasoning. The therapy progressively addresses ego, social, moral, and positive behavioral growth.
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Skagit County In-Jail Treatment Program

Contact:
Rob Sullivan
Skagit County In-Jail Treatment Program
600 South 3rd Street
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
United States
Who is eligible

All individuals in the program need to be incarcerated in the Skagit County Jail and are seeking help for their substance use disorder issues. The program is voluntary.

 

The Skagit County In-Jail Treatment Program is designed for individuals incarcerated due to substance use disorders (SUD). The program provides SUD treatment and an aftercare/transitions component for up to 90 days on a voluntary basis. Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), a cognitive-behavioral treatment system for offenders and substance abusers, is used in the treatment to progressively address ego, social, moral and positive behavioral growth.

The aftercare/transitions component was added to the program to help prevent clients from returning to old behaviors through a support system and to aid them in reintegrating successfully back into their community. The aftercare provides clients with assistance in engaging housing, counseling, employment and any other service that was identified during their intake process.

Services

Evidence-based curriculum is utilized in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) to include:

  • The Matrix Model provides a framework for engaging stimulant (e.g., methamphetamine and cocaine) abusers in treatment and helping them achieve abstinence.

  • Seeking Safety is a present-focused coping skills model for clients with a history of trauma and/or substance abuse and provides clients with practical recognition and coping skills to address post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Referral Resource services include both community and transitional resources available for the participant once he/she is released.

 

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Snohomish County Diversion Center

Contact:
Donovan Brown, Sr. Program Manager
Snohomish County Diversion Center
1918 Wall Street
Everett, WA 98201
United States
Phone:
Who is eligible

Homeless individuals are admitted that are experiencing substance use disorders and behavioral health issues. The individuals must be amenable to treatment and identified by law enforcement or embedded social workers.

The Snohomish County Diversion Center is a 44-bed facility (32 men and 12 women) offering short-term placement and shelter to homeless adults with a substance use disorder and other behavioral health issues, diverting them away from incarceration and toward treatment.

Treatment

During their stay, residents are assigned a case manager who will help enroll them in an assortment of treatment options, including medication assisted treatment, inpatient/residential treatment, and other social services to address their individual needs. The process is resident-driven based on their needs and specific circumstances. 

Services

The center is staffed twenty four hours a day by Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and resident monitors. Staff on site provide medical and behavioral health screenings at intake and medical monitoring throughout a client's stay. Residents will also undergo a thorough needs assessment and assertive engagement into available services, medication assisted treatment options, and individualized support and recovery plan development.

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Transitional Recovery Program

Contact:
Beverly Quinby
Transitional Recovery Program
Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center Jail, E Unit
620 West James Street
Kent, WA 98032
United States
Phone:
Who is eligible

To be eligible for the Transitional Recovery Program in the jail, individuals must be referred through a therapeutic court such as King County Drug Court, Mental Health Court or Veterans Court.

The Transitional Recovery Program (TRP) provides in-jail treatment to individuals who are incarcerated due to substance use disorders. The 60-day recovery program is offered to individuals participating in a therapeutic court. TRP provides intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment and mental health assessments.

Services

Evidence-based curriculum is utilized in the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) to include:

  • Thinking For A Change is a principle that thinking controls how people act, and that to change the way people act, they have to take control of their thinking.(We do not use Thinking for a Change)

  • The Matrix Model provides a framework for engaging stimulant (e.g., methamphetamine and cocaine) abusers in treatment and helping them achieve abstinence.

  • Seeking Safety is a present-focused coping skills model for clients with a history of trauma and/or substance abuse.

  • Moral Reconation Therapy is used as a cognitive-behavioral treatment system for justice involved individuals or substance abusers and progressively addresses ego, social, moral, and positive behavioral growth

  • Texas Christian University mapping-enhanced counseling is used as a a visual representation counseling strategy for improving communication and decision making

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