Inpatient Services at Valley Cities
Every day, countless people living with substance use disorders in King County wait for psychiatric treatment in hospital emergency rooms, medical units, and jails that are not equipped to provide care for them. Valley Cities is expanding its services to meet some of the critical need for more substance use services in the area, with two new Inpatient facilities: Recovery Place Seattle at Beacon Hill and Recovery Place Kent. The Recovery Place clinics will offer inpatient care to people in need of substance use detoxification and treatment, and recovery services.
With the opening of these facilities, Valley Cities is helping to make progress towards resolving a severe crisis in access to detox and residential treatment beds due to the lack of available beds throughout the county. These facilities are an important addition to the continuum of services that Valley Cities provides.
Recovery Place Seattle – Beacon Hill
Scheduled to open in Fall 2017, located at 1701 18th Avenue South, Seattle.
Upon opening, the facility will offer 16 beds for acute medical detoxification – may be treated for up to 5 days. It will expand to a total of 32 beds when fully operational. There will also be 42 beds for intensive inpatient substance use treatment, for up to 28 days.
Recovery Place Kent
Scheduled to open in summer 2018, located at 505 Washington Avenue South, Kent.
Recovery Place Kent will provide 16 beds for secure inpatient evaluation and treatment, and another 16 beds in a secure detoxification unit where patients may be treated for up to 30 days.