Saving lives and reconnecting families while improving your community

 
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We provide a local solution

In communities across Washington, the opioid epidemic is devastating families and overwhelming law enforcement and social services. We provide accessible Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Programs to substance abuse patients by combining FDA-approved medication with behavioral health counseling.

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INCREASING ACCESS

Alleviate the socioeconomic, logistical and psychological barriers opioid treatment patients encounter.

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SAVING LIVES

Help people remain in treatment, avoid relapse, and build skills necessary for long-term recovery.

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IMPROVING COMMUNITIES

Provide a local solution to addiction problems, a catalyst toward crime prevention, and a positive impact on the community.

 

How we do it

Our Medication-Assisted Treatment program implements a holistic approach by combining FDA- approved medications with behavioral health counseling.

 
 
 
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BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COUNSELING

Our program works to modify the underlying behaviors that may lead patients to misuse opioids and also treats any other existing psychiatric disorders through counseling or cognitive behavioral therapy.

 
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FDA-APPROVED MEDICATION

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) patients receive medication allowing them to feel normal, think clearly, and stop using illicit substances. The treatment allows people to get back to responsible daily living on a pathway toward cessation and a healthy life free of drugs.

 

 

Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication Assisted Treatment can provide the assistance needed to recover from opioid misuse.

 
 
 

 Join a team that’s inspiring hope for patients

 
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We’re Hiring

Our team is inspiring hope for our patients by removing the unique barriers they experience to achieve optimal health, wellness, and recovery. We are currently recruiting compassionate staff for our new facility in Auburn, WA.

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Open Positions 

  • Chemical Dependency Counselor-CDP

  • Dispensary Nurse-RN

  • Dispensary Nurse-LPN

  • Medical Provider (MD, PA, ARNP)

  • Medical Assistant

  • Patient Services Representative

  • Receptionist



 

If you are interested in an opportunity to change lives and communities, please fill out the form below and indicate the role you are interested in, or send us your resume