History & Information
Established by community members of South King County in 1965 and a United Way agency since 1967, Valley Cities has provided mental health services to people of all ages for over 40 years. Through the ongoing support of our community, Valley Cities delivers compassionate care through comprehensive outpatient clinics located in Auburn, Federal Way, Kent and Renton. From our deep roots in South King County, we have thoughtfully expanded our programs and services in direct response to the changing needs of the communities we serve.
Today, Valley Cities offers licensed mental health counseling; chemical dependency treatment for adults; domestic violence services for survivors and perpetrators; homeless outreach services and housing programs; family support programs; and specialized veterans services that deliver counseling and family support services to veterans and their families.
An integral part of King County’s mental health system, Valley Cities also maintains active partnerships with other service providers in order to comprehensively meet the needs of those who make up our community.
Throughout our long history, Valley Cities has remained focused on helping families and individuals by delivering a continuum of services designed to maximize their potential and success.
Our work is founded on our unwavering belief in the resiliency and strength of the human spirit. That, with help, people can and do overcome the barriers and obstacles that confront them.