DIRECTORY OF CERTIFIED CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY SERVICES IN WASHINGTON STATE

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1 DIRECTORY OF CERTIFIED CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY SERVICES IN WASHINGTON STATE September 2011 Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) P.O. Box (MS: 45330), Olympia, WA Main Line: or TOLL FREE Fax: / For referrals to behavioral health services and for crisis intervention, call: Washington Recovery Help Line (24/7): Online: Teen Link: Online: Directory link:

2 INTRODUCTION (Revised September 2011) This directory is primarily a listing of chemical dependency service providers certified by the Washington State Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR). Agencies are listed alphabetically within each county. The index at the back of the agencies section provides an alphabetical listing of all certified agencies statewide. The appendices refer to other chemical dependency-related information and sometimes non-certified agencies. Please review your listing(s) and inform DBHR of changes. To submit changes, please use the Directory Change Form on page -x-. Certification verification questions, can be directed to the Certification Section at , toll free , fax , or by NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY It is the policy of the Department of Social And Health Services that no person shall be subjected to discrimination in this agency or its contractors or certified agencies because of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, creed, marital status*, disabled or Vietnam era status*, or disability. This policy and provisions contained herein apply to every aspect of the agency's programs, practices, policies, and activities, as well as to those of its vendors, grantees, sub-grantees, licensees, certified entities, contractors, and subcontractors. This policy does not apply, however, to religious corporations, associations, educational institutions, or societies with respect to the employment of individuals of a particular religion to perform work connected with the conduct of such corporations, associations, educational institutions, or societies or their activities. This policy is consistent with Titles Vi and VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act as amended in 1972; Executive Order as amended by Executive Order and Executive Order ; Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967; the 1974 Vietnam Era Veteran Readjustment Assistance Act; Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990; Civil Rights Act of 1991; Equal Pay Act of 1963; Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978; the Washington State laws against discrimination, RCW 49.60; and State Executive Orders 89-01, 93-03, and * These apply to employment practices only. All other criteria apply to both employment and service delivery. DISABILITY ACCESSIBILITY Agencies that provide services through the Department of Social And Health Services shall ensure their programs and activities are accessible to persons with disabilities per requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). i

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION... i NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY... i TABLE OF CONTENTS... ii DBHR OPS FIELD STAFF LISTING... iv DBHR STAFF LISTING... v DEFINITIONS OF CATEGORIES... viii DIRECTORY LEGEND... ix DIRECTORY CHANGE FORM... x CERTIFIED CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY S LISTED BY COUNTY NOTE: The material in this directory represents the agencies certified in August Lists change daily. Changes, errors, or certification verification questions can be sent to Dennis Malmer at DBHR , Toll Free , or by ADAMS COUNTY... 1 ASOTIN COUNTY... 1 BENTON COUNTY (SEE ALSO FRANKLIN)... 1 CHELAN COUNTY... 5 CLALLAM COUNTY... 7 CLARK COUNTY COLUMBIA COUNTY COWLITZ COUNTY DOUGLAS COUNTY (SEE CHELAN)... 5 FERRY COUNTY FRANKLIN COUNTY (SEE ALSO BENTON) GARFIELD COUNTY GRANT COUNTY GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY ISLAND COUNTY JEFFERSON COUNTY KING COUNTY KITSAP COUNTY KITTITAS COUNTY KLICKITAT COUNTY LEWIS COUNTY LINCOLN COUNTY MASON COUNTY OKANOGAN COUNTY PACIFIC COUNTY PEND OREILLE COUNTY PIERCE COUNTY SAN JUAN COUNTY SKAGIT COUNTY SKAMANIA COUNTY SNOHOMISH COUNTY SPOKANE COUNTY STEVENS COUNTY THURSTON COUNTY WAHKIAKUM COUNTY WALLA WALLA COUNTY WHATCOM COUNTY WHITMAN COUNTY YAKIMA COUNTY ii

4 APPENDICES: A COUNTY ALCOHOL & DRUG COORDINATORS AND PREVENTION and TREATMENT SPECIALISTS A-1 B INFORMATION AND REFERRAL... B-1 C CD PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS OF WASHINGTON STATE... C-1 D TRANSITIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES FOR PREGNANT/POSTPARTUM WOMEN (CONTRACTED)... D-1 E RESIDENTIAL SERVICES - WOMEN AND CHILDREN (CONTRACTED)... E-1 F HOSPITALS PROVIDING INPATIENT CARE TO (CUP) WOMEN (CERTIFIED)... F-1 G ADATSA ASSESSMENT PROVIDERS... G-1 H WASHINGTON STATE OXFORD HOUSES... H-1 I INVOLUNTARY COMMITTAL INFORMATION... I-1 J COUNTY CONTRACTORS... J-1 K RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTORS... K-1 L COMMUNITY COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROGRAMS... L-1 M ADULT/ DRUG COURTS... M-1 N NATIVE AMERICAN PROVIDERS... N-1 O DETOX CERTIFIED FACILITIES OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC... O-1 P PREVENTION PROVIDERS... P-1 Q OPIATE SUBSTITUTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS IN WA STATE (METHADONE PROGRAMS)... Q-1 R ACCESS TO RECOVERY... R-1 S PROBLEM GAMBLING TREATMENT AGENCIES IN WASHINGTON STATE... S-1 APPENDICES TOPICS IN ALPHA ORDER: ACCESS TO RECOVERY COUNTY CONTACTS... R-1 ADATSA ASSESSMENT PROVIDERS... G-1 ADULT/ DRUG COURTS... M-1 ALCOHOL/DRUG COORDINATORS... A-1 ALCOHOL-DRUG 24-HOUR HELP LINE... B-1 ASSOCIATIONS (CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY-RELATED)... C-1 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROFESSIONALS PROGRAM (DOH CERTIFICATION)... B-2 CLEARINGHOUSE... B-1 COMMUNITY COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROGRAMS... L-1 CONFIDENTIALITY (SEE LEGAL ACTION CENTER)... B-3 COUNTY ALCOHOL & DRUG COORDINATORS AND PREVENTION/TREATMENT SPECIALISTS... A-1 COUNSELOR INFORMATION - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH... B-2 DETOX CERTIFIED FACILITIES OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC... O-1 DRUG COURT - ADULT &... M-1 FORMS: WASHINGTON STATE ALCOHOL/DRUG CLEARINGHOUSE... B-1 GAMBLING TREATMENT... S-1 HELP LINE (24-HOUR)... B-1 HOSPITALS PROVIDING INPATIENT CARE TO (CUP) WOMEN (CERTIFIED)... F-1 HOUSING (TRANSITIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES FOR PPW (CONTRACTED)... D-1 INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENT INFORMATION... I-1 LEGAL ACTION CENTER... B-3 METHADONE PROGRAMS (OPIATE SUBSTITUTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS IN WA STATE)... Q-1 INFORMATION AND REFERRAL... B-1 NATIVE AMERICAN PROVIDERS... N-1 OPIATE SUBSTITUTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS IN WA STATE (METHADONE PROGRAMS)... Q-1 OXFORD HOUSES... H-1 PPW - PREGNANT, POSTPARTUM & PARENTING WOMEN - CONTRACTED... D-1 PREGNANT (CUP) WOMEN - HOSPITALS PROVIDING INTENSIVE INPATIENT... F-1 PREVENTION PROVIDERS... P-1 PREVENTION SPECIALISTS (COUNTY)... A-1 PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS OF WASHINGTON STATE... C-1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICES - PREGNANT WOMEN (CONTRACTED)... E-1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICES - FOR (DBHR-FUNDED)... K-1 TRANSITIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES FOR PREGNANT/POSTPARTUM WOMEN (CONTRACTED)... D-1 TREATMENT SPECIALISTS (COUNTY)... A-1 WOMEN: HOSPITALS PROVIDING INPATIENT CARE FOR CHEMICAL USING PREGNANT... F-1 WOMEN: RESIDENTIAL SERVICES - PREGNANT & POST-PARTUM (CONTRACTED)... E-1 DETOX/STABILIZATION SERVICES... K-1 COUNTY CONTRACTORS... J-1 RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTORS... K-1 INDEX... INDEX-1 iii

5 Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery/Office of Program Services FIELDSTAFF (Revised September 2011) TREATMENT BH PROGRAM MANAGERS COUNTIES Tiffany Villines Behavioral Health Administrator DBHR th Avenue SE Post Office Box Olympia, WA Harvey Funai Behavioral Health Administrator DBHR DBHR CSO (Mail Stop N17-18) 400 Mercer Street, Suite 600 Seattle, Washington FAX TTY PREVENTION Steve Smothers Prevention Systems Lead DBHR 626 8th Avenue SE Post Office Box (MS 45330) Olympia, Washington FAX TTY (-6384 voice) Eric Larson BH Program Manager 1002 North 16th, Suite 103 (MS: B39-7) Post Office Box 9428 Yakima, WA Ruth Leonard BH Program Manager Post Office Box Olympia, WA Melinda Trujillo, BH Program Manager c/o Sky Valley CSO SR 2 Monroe, WA Bob Leonard BH Program Manager 400 Mercer Street, Suite 600 Seattle, WA Vacant PREVENTIONSYSTEM MANAGERS Julia Greeson Prevention System Manager 1212 N. Washington, Suite 308 Spokane, WA Mail - Post Office Box (MS 45330) Olympia, WA Stephanie Atherton Prevention System Manager c/o Ellensburg CSO 100 East Jackson Ave., Ste 300 Ellensburg, WA Julie Bartlett Prevention System Manager 840 N. Broadway, Bldg A, Ste 200 Everett, WA Ivon Urquilla Prevention System Manager Post Office Box (MS 45330) Olympia, WA iv Adams, Asotin, Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Garfield, Klickitat, Kittitas, Spokane, Walla Walla, Whitman, Yakima Clark, Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, Skamania, Thurston, Wahkiakum Chelan, Douglas, Ferry, Grant, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Stevens King, San Juan, Skagit, Whatcom Clallam, Island, Jefferson, Snohomish COUNTIES Adams, Chelan, Douglas, Ferry, Grant, King, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens, Whitman Asotin, Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Garfield, Kittitas, Klickitat, Mason, Pacific, Thurston, Wahkiakum, Walla Walla, Yakima Clallam, Island, Jefferson, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Whatcom Clark, Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Kitsap, Lewis, Pierce, Skamania FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED TRIBES Yakama Indian Nation Confederated Tribes of Chehalis, Cowlitz, Nisqually, Squaxin Island Colville Confederated Tribes, Kalispel Tribe of Indians, Spokane Tribe of Indians, Lummi, Muckleshoot, Nooksack, Port Gamble S Klallam, Samish Nation, Stillaguamish, Suquamish, Swinomish, Tulalip, Upper Skagit Hoh, Jamestown S Klallam, Lower Elwha Klallam, Makah, Puyallup, Quileute, Quinault Nation, Shoalwater Bay, Skokomish FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED TRIBES Kalispel Tribe of Indians, Port Gamble S Klallam, Puyallup, Spokane Tribe of Indians Nisqually, Snoqualmie, Yakama Indian Nation Lummi, Nooksack, Samish, Sauk Suiattle, Squaxin Island, Stillaguamish, Suquamish, Swinomish, Upper Skagit Confederated Tribes of Chehalis, Cowlitz, Hoh, Jamestown S Klallam, Lower Elwha, Makah, Quileute, Quinault Nation, Shoalwater Bay, Skokomish

6 DIVISION OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY David A. Dickinson, Director Headquarters: Post Office Box 45330, Olympia WA Physical Address: 626 8th Avenue SE, Olympia, WA 98501, MS: DBHR Main Line: TOLL FREE or (360) DBHR Faxes: Mental Health/Interpreter Srvs (360) ; OPPCLR/OPS/ Treatment & Prevention / EQA (360) ; Fiscal (360) (Blake Bldg) Certification (360) ; OIS (360) TTY Relay Operator: NAME TITLE PHONE Albert, David Senior Planner & Policy Analyst, EQA (360) Arthur, Debbie Fiscal Program Manager (360) Atherton, Stephanie Prevention Systems Manager (509) Balderrama, Hank Mental Health Program Administrator (360) Baldwin, Glenn Planning and Policy Specialist, OPPCLR (360) Barnes, Jeanette Family Liaison (360) Barr, Brian L. Certification Specialist (425) Bartlett, Julie Prevention Systems Manager (425) Bayne, Jessica Administrative Assistant 3, OPPCLR (360) Becker, Linda Prevention Research Manager, EQA (360) Bienick, Terry Contracts Manager (360) Bigelow, Paul Supervisor, Inpatient and Correctional, WSH (253) Bollinger, David Fiscal Analyst 4 (360) Borso, Holly Mental Health Program Administrator (360) Burrell, Tina Behavioral Health Youth Treatment Lead (360) Campbell, Kevin Research Manager, EQA (360) Catron, Clint Incident Manager (360) Chojnacki, Cary Fiscal Analyst 2 (360) Clarey, Melissa Budget Manager (360) Collins, Vincent Project Director, Access to Recovery Grant (360) Collison, Frances Mental Health Program Administrator, EQA (360) Crawford, Eric Contracts Supervisor (360) Cummins, Deb Certification Policy Manager (360) Darby, Pam Criminal Justice Program Coordinator (360) Dickinson, David Director (360) Dodd, Heidi Certification Specialist (360) Edgbert, Sherri Fiscal Information & Data Analyst (360) Elliot, Sandra Contracts Manager (360) Endler, Stephanie Contracts Manager (360) Falcatan, Rey Administrative Assistant 3, Prevention & Treatment Svcs (360) Funai, Harvey Behavioral Health Administrator (206) Garcia, Pedro SharePoint Developer / Contract Monitor (360) Gonzales, Julián Certification Field Services Manager (360) Gray, Tom Mental Health Program Administrator (360) Green, Sue Behavioral Health Treatment Services Lead (360) Greeson, Julia Prevention Systems Manager (509) Grimm, Warren Mental Health Fiscal Program (360) Holman, Judy Mental Health Licensing & Certification Administrator (360) Hong, Grace Epi Prevention Research Manager (360) Horodowicz, Ray Discretionary Grant Program Manager (360) Howard, Kathy Receptionist, DBHR (360) Huber, Alice Office Chief, Evaluation and Quality Assurance (EQA) (360) Johns, Wanda Secretary Senior (360) Johnson, David Mental Health Program Administrator (360) Kelly, Rebecca Children Long-Term Inpatient Program Manager (360) Kendall, Chevonn Fiscal Analyst (360) Kenelty, Deana Administrative Assistant 3, (360) v Updated September 2011

7 Kludt, David MH Program Administrator DD Programs, State Hosp (509) Kowalkowski, Stan Supervisor, Data Management (OIS) (360) LaBrec, Cyndi Mental Health Program Administrator (360) Lai, Faith Research Manger, EQA (360) Lamb, Ted Human Services Policy Analyst, EQA (360) Langer, Michael Supervisor, Prevention and Treatment Services (360) Larson, Eric Behavioral Health Systems Manager (509) Larson, Tamie Mental Health, Fiscal Program (360) Lassiter, Charles RSN Contracts Administrator (360) Leonard, Bob Behavioral Health System Manager (206) Leonard, Kasey Office Assistant 1, Certification (360) Leonard, Ruth Behavioral Health Systems Manager (360) Long, Earl Behavioral Health Criminal Justice Administrator (360) Malmer, Dennis Supervisor, Certification Section (360) Mann, Pam Finance Manager (360) Marburger, Pete Licensing Supervisor (360) Mariani, Sarah Prevention Systems Integration Manager (206) Mcilvaine, Robin Supervisor, Children & Family Services (360) McDougall, Tonja Contracts, Administrative Assistant (360) McKinlay, MaryLou Office Assistant Lead, Certification (360) Mena-Tyree, Sandra Planning and Policy Specialist, OPPCLR (360) Moorhead, Ron Incident/Complaint Manager, OPPCLR (360) Murphy, Nancy Administrative Assistant 3, MH Services (360) Nelson, Mark Children s Mental Health Program Administrator (360) Orphey, Terrie Senior Policy Specialist, OPPCLR (360) Panek, Kara MH Prog Admin-Peer Supt Older Adults, Disaster MH, TBI (360) Parrish, Andrea Children s Mental Health Program Administrator (360) Payton, Lin Program Administrator Children s Mental Health (360) Pierce, Gloria Contracts Manager (360) Pittelkau, Andrew Fiscal Information and Data Analyst (360) Pugh, Charles Contracts Manager (360) Reed, David Supervisor, Adult & Older Adult Services (360) Rice, Michael Senior Contracts Manager (360) Ritchie, Suzanne Administrative Assistant 5 to the Director (360) Roberts, Amie Community Policy Program Administrator (360) Roberts, Victoria Office Chief Policy, Planning, Certification & Legis. Relations (360) Rodriguez, Felix Research Investigator (360) Ros, Srorn Information Technology Application Specialist (OIS) (360) Rushing, Sharon Contracts Monitor (360) Sagnella, Deyna Consumer Affairs Senior Program Manager (360) Sallee, Kathy Accounting Supervisor (360) San Nicolas, Ronald Mental Health Program Administrator (360) Sarno, Mary Mental Health Program Manager (360) Sawka, Kelly Budget Manager, Mental Health (360) Sayre, Kathy Rules Coordinator (360) Schnellman, Deb Communications Manager (360) Smith, Beverly Admin. Assistant 3, Evaluation and Quality Assurance (360) Smith, Jessica Fiscal Analyst 2 (360) Smith, Jo Ellen Offender Re-Entry Program Community Safety (360) Smothers, Steve Prevention Systems Lead (360) Stahl, Bill Prevention Coordinator, EQA (360) Stoa, Darrell Fiscal Information and Data Analyst (360) Staples, Bonnie Peer Specialist Mental Health Program Manager (360) Starks, Aaron Prevention & Treatment Svcs Data Project Manager (360) Streets, Darrel Certification Specialist (360) Sugarman, Travis Contracts Administrator (360) Swift, Earlyse RUaD Coalition Manager (360) vi Updated September 2011

8 Taing, Vanna Fiscal Analyst 4 (360) TARGET Help Desk Local # (360) Toll Free 1 (888) Taylor, John Chief, Office of Program Services (360) Teodoro, Julian Administrative Assistant, ORCSP/DOC (360) Testa-Smith, Mary Certification Specialist (509) Tong, Phi ITAS 5, Office of Information Services (OIS) (360) Trujillo, MeLinda Behavioral Health Treatment Systems Manager (360) Turkovsky, Lauri Behavioral Health Technical Assistance Coordinator (360) Urquilla, Ivon Prevention Systems Manager (360) Vernon, Darleen Compliance Manager ( Villines, Tiffany Behavioral Health Administrator (360) Waller, Scott Project Manager, SPF/SIG (360) Wentworth, Richard Special Projects Manager, Contracts (360) Wilcox, Cheryl ATR/RRS Program Manager (360) Williams, Lois Administrative Assistant 4, Office of Program Services (360) Wolfman, Aaron MHPAC Travel Coordinator (360) Wrede, Fritz Supervisor, Office of Information Services (OIS) (360) Wright, Tammy Certification Specialist (360) vii Updated September 2011

9 DEFINITIONS OF CATEGORIES (Revised September 2011) Following are definitions of treatment services appearing in this directory and authorized by Washington Administrative Code (WAC) : INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE SERVICES ALCOHOL & DRUG INFORMATION SCHOOL INFORMATION & CRISIS SERVICES EMERGENCY SERVICE PATROL SCREENING AND BRIEF INTERVENTION SERVICES An education program about the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs, for persons referred by the courts and others, who do not present a significant chemical dependency problem, to help those persons make informed decisions about the use of alcohol and other drugs. Response to persons having chemical dependency related needs, by telephone or in person. Assistance provided to intoxicated persons in the streets and other public places. A combination of services designed to screen for risk factors that appear to be related to alcohol and other drug use disorders, provide interventions and make appropriate referral as needed. These services may be provided in a wide variety of settings. ASSESSMENT SERVICES ADATSA ASSESSMENTS S Alcohol and other drug assessments of clients seeking financial assistance from the department due to the incapacity of chemical dependency. Services include assessment, referral, case monitoring, and assistance with employment. Diagnostic services requested by the courts to determine a client's involvement with alcohol and other drugs and to recommend a course of action. DETOXIFICATION SERVICES (Assists patients in withdrawing from drugs, including alcohol.) ACUTE DETOX SUB-ACUTE DETOX Provides medical care and physician supervision for withdrawal from alcohol or other drugs. Non-medical detoxification or patient self-administration of withdrawal medications ordered by a physician and provided in a home-like environment. S (Provides chemical dependency treatment to patients less than 24 hours a day.) INTENSIVE OPIATE SUBSTITUTION A concentrated program of individual and group counseling, education, and activities for detoxified alcoholics and addicts, and their families. Individual and group treatment services of varying duration and intensity according to a prescribed plan. Meets both outpatient and opiate substitution treatment service requirements. RESIDENTIAL S INTENSIVE INPATIENT RECOVERY HOUSE LONG-TERM A concentrated program of individual and group counseling, education, and activities for detoxified alcoholics and addicts, and their families. A program of care and treatment with social, vocational, and recreational activities to aid in patient adjustment to abstinence and to aid in job training, employment, or other types of community activities. A program of treatment with personal care services for chronically impaired alcoholics and addicts with impaired self-maintenance capabilities. These patients need personal guidance to maintain abstinence and good health. viii

10 DIRECTORY LEGEND September 2011 : Indicates when the focus of treatment is intended to serve a particular group of people. This designation is provided to the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR) by the certified agency. An Asterisk (*): CARF: COA: THE JOINT COMMISSION: COD: COD-MHC: NATIVE AMERICAN: NCCHC : PREGNANT AND POST-PARTUM (PPW): SPANISH SPEAKING: : Indicates a service for which there is a state or county contract, or both, or Medicaid (Title XIX), commonly called publicly funded treatment. Indicates the provider meets standards for accreditation of rehabilitation facilities set by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), 4891 East Grand Road, Tucson, AZ 85712; telephone: or Toll Free , Indicates the provider meets standards for accreditation of substance abuse chemical dependency programs set by the Council on Accreditation (COA), 120 Wall Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10005; telephone: or Toll Free , Indicates the provider meets standards for accreditation of alcohol and substance abuse facilities set by The Joint Commission, One Renaissance Boulevard, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181; telephone: , Means this agency provides outpatient services for persons with "Co- Occurring mental health and chemical dependency disorders. These services have formerly been referred to as dual disorder or Mentally Ill Chemical Abuser (MICA). The adult residential treatment programs with the COD-MHC designation offer the following: 1) on-site mental health screening and assessments by a DBHR contracted mental health counselor (MHC), 2) access to psychiatric medication and medication management, 3) linkage to community mental health services, and 4) on-site co-occurring education groups. Indicates services are designed primarily for clients who are Native Americans. Indicates provider meets accreditation standards for the quality of health care in jails, prisons, and juvenile confinement facilities set by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC), 1145 W. Diversey Parkway, Chicago, Illinois 60614, telephone ext. 284, fax , web Indicates when an agency reports directly to DBHR through an on-line computer modem. Indicates the agency provides chemical dependency assessment, referral, and/or treatment to pregnant and post-partum women. Indicates the provider has Spanish speaking counseling staff and provides educational materials, lectures, and counseling services in Spanish. Means a person seventeen years of age or younger. ix

11 DIRECTORY CHANGE FORM PLEASE USE THIS FORM TO SUBMIT CHANGES TO THE DIRECTORY OF CERTIFIED CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY SERVICES IN WASHINGTON STATE. This form is available on our website: IF THE CHANGE IS RELATED TO AN AGENCY, PLEASE RESPOND BELOW: Agency Name: Agency Directory #: Agency Name Line 2: OLD INFORMATION: NEW INFORMATION: Address: Webpage: IF THE CHANGE IS RELATED TO AN APPENDIX OR OTHER AREA, PLEASE RESPOND BELOW: Appendix #: Page #: Appendix Name: OLD INFORMATION: NEW INFORMATION: Person submitting change: Title: Address: Phone: Fax: Date: Do you want the listed in the Directory? yes no MAIL DIRECTORY CHANGE FORM TO: CERTIFICATION SECTION DIVISION OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY POST OFFICE BOX (MS: 45330) DATE: OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON FAX: Questions, call , Toll free RCVD INITIALS Ok for Data Entry DBHR OFFICE USE ONLY: Date change entered: FacilityEdit Initials: ISATS Excel Appendix # Region # Administrator Copies distributed to: Region # Treatment Mgr Date Region # Cert. Specialist Initials Cert. Provider Request Mgr Renee Anderson Appendix Owner Appendix Owner Other Contracts Phil Thompson MIS (closures only) Original to Agency Certification File (Revised September 2011) QA by: x Date Manager s initials: Date

12 ADAMS ADAMS ADAMS COUNTY COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES 425 EAST MAIN STREET KATE BRUESKE OTHELLO, WA E MAIN ST OTHELLO, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) PREGNANT & POST-PARTUM SPANISH * ADATSA ASSESSMENT & ADULT AND ALSO * INTENSIVE SPANISH SPEAKING * SPANISH SPEAKING ASOTIN QUALITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH - CLARKSTON 900 7TH STREET GAIL PRICE CLARKSTON, WA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 900 7TH ST CLARKSTON, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) PREGNANT & POST-PARTUM * ADATSA ASSESSMENT * INTENSIVE * & ADULTS BENTON ACTION COUNSELING 1010 EAST BRUNEAU ROBERT LACK KENNEWICK, WA PO BOX 5697 KENNEWICK, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) PREGNANT & POST-PARTUM 1

13 BENTON INTENSIVE ADVOCATES FOR WELLNESS LLC 120 VISTA WAY ROBERT L. WILKINSON KENNEWICK, WA ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR 120 VISTA WAY KENNEWICK, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) * ADULT & ADOLESCENT ADULT * INTENSIVE ADULT & ADOLESCENT * ADULT & ADOLESCENT BENTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES ASSESSMENT CENTER 2635 WEST DESCHUTES AVENUE GORDON CABLE KENNEWICK, WA MANAGER 2635 W DESCHUTES AVE KENNEWICK, WA PHONE (509) ASSMT CTR (509) CRISIS # FAX (509) * ADATSA ASSESSMENT & GENERAL CD ASSMTS CHOICES AND CHANGES, INC. DRUG PROGRAM / RICHLAND 1236 COLUMBIA PARK TRAIL BRANDI L. HAMMAN RICHLAND, WA COLUMBIA PARK TRAIL RICHLAND, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) INTENSIVE 2

14 BENTON DOC - BENTON COUNTY JAIL HEALTH SERVICES/CD S 7122 W. OKANOGAN PLACE PATTY NOBLE-DESY KENNEWICK, WA CD PROGRAM PO BOX (MS 41123) OLYMPIA, WA PHONE (360) FAX (360) ADATSA ASSESSMENT INTENSIVE CORRECTIONS CORRECTIONS CORRECTIONS FIRST STEP COMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES, LLC 415 NORTH MORAIN STREET, SUITES A, B, C, & D PENNY S. BELL KENNEWICK, WA PROGRAM DIRECTOR 415 N MORAIN ST STE A-D KENNEWICK, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) SPANISH * INTENSIVE ADULT & * ADULT & HARMONY COUNSELING & CONSULTING 115 W. KENNEWICK AVENUE, SUITE 201 DONALEE WELLINGTON KENNEWICK, WA CLINICAL DIRECTOR PO BOX 6712 KENNEWICK, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) ADULT ADULT LOURDES COUNSELING CENTER 1175 CARONDELET DRIVE BARBARA A. MEAD RICHLAND, WA VP BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 1175 CARONDELET DR RICHLAND, WA PHONE (509) (509) FAX (509)

15 BENTON JCAHO ACCREDITED * INTENSIVE * RECOVERY POINTE 503 KNIGHT STREET, SUITE B JIM MASON RICHLAND, WA KNIGHT ST STE B RICHLAND, WA PHONE FAX INTENSIVE PROBLEM AND PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING SOMERSET COUNSELING CENTER 1305 MANSFIELD STREET, SUITE 6 GARY L. SOMDAHL RICHLAND, WA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 1305 MANSFIELD ST STE 6 RICHLAND, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) & ADULTS * INTENSIVE & ADULTS * & ADULTS TRIUMPH S - CASITA BRANCH OF TRIUMPH S 605 SUPERIOR LANE BETH DANNHARDT YAKIMA, WA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (CEO) PO BOX 2849 YAKIMA, WA PHONE (509) INTAKE (509) FAX (509) PREGNANT & POST-PARTUM 4

16 BENTON * LONG-TERM RESIDENTIAL PREG POST PT WOMEN 16 BEDS CHELAN ADVANCED COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT 616 VALLEY MALL PARKWAY, SUITE B THOMAS IMIG EAST WENATCHEE, WA VALLEY MALL PARKWAY STE B EAST WENATCHEE, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) SPANISH INTENSIVE ADULT/&SPANISH ADULT/&SPANISH ADULT/&SPANISH CANYON VIEW GROUP HOME DSHS/JUVENILE REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION 260 NORTH GEORGIA AVENUE PAM ARENA EAST WENATCHEE, WA N. GEORGIA AVE (MS: B4-11) EAST WENATCHEE, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) LONG-TERM RESIDENTIAL MALE JUVENILE REHAB 8 BEDS RECOVERY HOUSE MALE JUVENILE REHAB 16 BEDS CENTER FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT (THE) 327 OKANOGAN AVENUE LORETTA STOVER WENATCHEE, WA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 327 OKANOGAN AVE WENATCHEE, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) PREGNANT & POST-PARTUM 5

17 CHELAN * ADATSA ASSESSMENT * INTENSIVE INPATIENT 30 BEDS * INTENSIVE * * SUB-ACUTE DETOXIFICATION ADULTS 8 BEDS COLUMBIA COUNSELING 610 NORTH MISSION STREET # 200 JENNIFER BRADFORD WENATCHEE, WA OWNER/ 610 N MISSION ST # 200 WENATCHEE, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) INTENSIVE QUALITY RESOURCES QUALITY RESOURCES, LLC 1139 NORTH PRINCETON STREET, SUITE B GENE JESSUP WENATCHEE, WA DIRECTOR 1139 N PRINCETON ST STE B WENATCHEE, WA INTENSIVE ADULT - ADOLESCENT PHONE (509) FAX (509) SANCTUARY AT THE LAKE (THE) LAKE CHELAN COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 503 EAST HIGHLAND AVENUE JANE JEDWABNY CHELAN, WA PROGRAM DIRECTOR PO BOX 908 CHELAN, WA PHONE (509) ADMIN. (509) CLIN SUP (509) MAIN HOSP FAX (509)

18 CHELAN ADULTS INTENSIVE INPATIENT ADULTS 14 BEDS SHIPOWICK-SMITH COUNSELING & POSITIVE LIVING CENTER 326 NORTH MILLER STREET MELISSA PAYNE WENATCHEE, WA N MILLER ST WENATCHEE, WA PHONE (509) FAX (509) COD * INTENSIVE COD * COD CLALLAM DIRECTIONS COUNSELING & CONSULTING, LLC 342 WEST WASHINGTON PATRICK F. ADAMS SEQUIM, WA /OWNER 342 WEST WASHINGTON SEQUIM, WA PHONE (360) FAX (360) INTENSIVE ATA - CLALLAM COUNTY BRANCH OF ATA - PORT TOWNSEND LLC 329 SOUTH 3RD AVENUE, SUITE B VERNON L. WEST SEQUIM, WA S 3RD AVE STE B SEQUIM, WA PHONE FAX SPANISH INTENSIVE 7

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