MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE


LOCALLY PROVIDED COUNSELING


New Day Community Counseling, LLC
Krystal Schultz, M.S., LMHCA and Carl Golden, M.S. LMHC
108 Cascade Avenue, Suite A, Granite Falls
Phone:  (360) 322-3166

Open Monday-Wednesday-Friday 11am - 7pm and Tuesday-Thursday 9am -- 7pm.

All types of counseling, family, couples, individual, children, and group.   Accepts PPO insurance and sliding scale for uninsured.


Sunrise Counseling Services- information below provided by Sunrise

Sunrise Community Mental Health is now offering mental health counseling at the Lake Stevens Family Service and Granite Falls Family Support.  It is only for those individuals that are on Medicaid or eligible for Medicaid.  If you have a need of these services, please feel free to call and start the process of being seen.  

The following is the procedure to receive mental health counseling: 

  1. Call the Volunteers of America Access line:  425-212-3900
  2. Tell Volunteers of America (VOA) that you are in Lake Stevens or Granite Falls and that you want to be seen by Sunrise Community Health in Lake Stevens and Granite Falls.
  3. VOA will ask the caller some questions to see if they are eligible for services and concerning what is causing them to ask for help. 
  4. Then your call will be sent to Sunrise Community Health, where the caller will be scheduled for a 90 minute assessment with either Tatiana Bowers, LMFTA (the local mental health therapist) or another person on Sunrise assessment team.  

The following are the locations that clients are being seen:

 

Lake Stevens Family Services

1803 123rd Dr. NE

Lake Stevens, WA 98258

425-397-7433

 

Or

 

Granite Falls Family Support

9424 Portage

Granite Falls, WA

360-386-9282

 

  1. After the Assessment, the client will be given an appointment with Tatiana Bowers, LMFTA, a Sunrise Community Mental Health Therapist at one of local locations.

  You can call Lake Stevens Family Services at 425-397-7433 or Granite Falls Family Support at 360-386-9282 if you need any more assistance.

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TEENS and PARENTS:  Project Know
Information and data from the Alcohol Awareness Council
Washington Recovery Help LinePhone: (866) 789 - 1511
Operates a statewide 24-hour behavioral health help line for those dealing with substance abuse, problem gambling or mental health.


Catholic Community Services in Snohomish County offers three types of counseling services:

All Mental Health counseling services for Snohomish County are coordinated through the Snohomish Family Center in Everett. Mental health counseling services consist of individual therapy and are provided by masters level interns. CCS counseling services in Snohomish County are available on a sliding fee scale. Cash, check, credit or debit card payments are accepted.

ALLTREATMENT Resource Site and Drug/Alcohol Rehab directory.  www.alltreatment.com

Snohomish County Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness
Free classes and resources for parents, caregivers, and those afflicted with mental illness.  Read about the free NAMI BASICS class in this Herald article.

Volunteers of America Care Crisis Response Services: Provides a 24-hour line with crisis intervention counseling, suicide intervention, and access to mental health emergency services for Snohomish, Skagit, San Juan, Island, and Whatcom Counties. Emergency Services are available regardless of patient's funding. (425) 258-4357 or (800) 584-3578 www.voaww.org

Snohomish County Care Crisis Line: Service that connects patients who utilize medical coupons to the proper voluntary outpatient treatment center. 24/7. (800) 584-3578, (425) 258-4357

North Sound 2-1-1: Directs patients to the most appropriate health and human services resource, specialized information, or referral linein your community. The call center is staffed weekdays from 8:00am-5:00pm. After-hours messages returned the next business day. Call 2-1-1 if you live in Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, or Whatcom County

County Designated Mental Health Professionals: The Involuntary Treatment Program serves the mentally ill or chemically dependent and those who may be dangerous to themselves, others, or property, or those requiring evaluation for involuntary commitment. Designated Crisis Responders (DCR's) evaluate individuals with alleged mental illness or debilitating chemical dependency. The DCR will determine if legal criteria are met for commitment.
(425) 388-7215-during business hours
(800) 747-8654-24/7 through the VOA Triage Line

OUTPATIENT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH FACILITIES

Bridgeways: Clinical support for adults with chronic mental illness. Case management, socialization activities, support groups, pre-vocational training, employment and housing assistance, living skills training. Medication management, observation, assessments, psychosocial education, and therapeutic experiences. Medicaid and self-payment. Sliding fee scale. (425) 513-8213, www.bridgeways.org
1220 75th St SW, Everett, WA 98203

Catholic Community Services: Comprehensive and individualized chemical dependency and substance abuse services. Intensive outpatient treatment services for youth and adults. Everett (425) 258-5277; Lynnwood (425) 774-4333; Marysville (360) 651-2366
Individual, couples, family counseling; psychiatric support as needed. Sliding fee schedule. Cash, check, credit or debit accepted.
(425) 257-2111 or (888) 240-8572, www.ccsww.org

Community Health Center of Snohomish County: Patient must have an established primary care physician within the system to be referred to behavioral health services. No outside referrals. Uninsured/underinsured patients accepted. Medicare and Medicaid accepted. (425) 258-2797 Downtown Everett, South Everett, and Lynnwood, www.chcsno.org

Community Psychiatric Clinic: Services include chemical dependency recovery, housing, counseling, and psychiatric care. Therapists, case managers, and psychiatrists are on staff. (King County residents only.) Medicaid and Medicare only. Sliding fee scale and cash are not payment options. (206) 461-3614, www.cpcwa.org
4319 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103

Compass Health:A non-profit organization with many sites of service in Snohomish, Skagit, Island and San Juan Counties, offering a comprehensive range of behavioral health programs for all ages. Medicaid / medical coupons. (888) 693-7200, (425) 212-3900 www.compasshealth.org

Dean Brooks Psychiatric Clinic: Psychiatric evaluations, consultations, and medication management for adults, children and adolescents. A team of psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners specializing in child and adult psychiatry staffs the clinic. Most private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and cash payments. Sliding fee scale is available. (425) 349-6320 or (800) 457-9303
www.compasshealth.org/svc_psych_clinic.html
4526 Federal Ave, Bldg. 9, Everett WA 98203

Evergreen Manor: Treatment for chemical dependency, domestic violence, and dual diagnosis, plus a short-stay medical detoxification program and an inpatient program for pregnant women. Most private insurance, Medicaid, and cash. Sliding fee scale. (425) 258-2407.
www.evergreenmanor.org
2601 Summit Ave, Everett, WA 98201

Focus: Substance abuse treatment with special programs for adolescents, gay and lesbian, seniors/older adults, and pregnant/postpartum women. Private insurance, Medicaid, Military insurance, and cash. Sliding scale is available. (425) 349-6240.
909 SE Everett Mall Way Ste C-364, Everett, WA 98208

Samaritan Counseling of North Puget Sound - A non-profit counseling center.  Staff includes marriage and family counselors, child therapists, mental health specialists.  Private insurance, Medicare.  A slide fee scale is available.  http://www.samaritannps.com/

SEA MAR Community Health Centers: A non-profit organization that provides outpatient mental health and substance abuse specializing in low-income and Latino populations. Most private insurance, Medicaid, and cash. Sliding fee scale. (425) 609-5505, www.seamar.org
1031 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett, Washington 98208

Tulalip Tribal Family Services Chemical Dependency Program: Mental health and substance abuse services. Special programs for adolescents, persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, women, DUI/DWI offenders, and criminal justice clients. Self-payment, Medicaid, Medicare, state financed insurance (other than Medicaid), private insurance, and military insurance. Sliding fee scale. (360) 651-3351, 2821 Mission Hill Rd , Marysville, WA, 98270

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