Inpatient Care at Valley Cities.
Every day, countless people living with mental health and substance use disorders in King County wait for treatment in hospital emergency rooms, medical units, and jails that are not equipped to provide care for them. Valley Cities Inpatient Services meets the critical need for more substance use services in the area, including detoxification, treatment, and recovery.
At Recovery Place Seattle at Beacon Hill and Recovery Place Kent (opening late 2018), our goal is simple: provide compassionate, client-centered care for all individuals receiving treatment. We understand there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to substance use treatment. Call us today to learn more, at (253) 833-7444.
Recovery Place Seattle at Beacon Hill
We are a residential 28-day substance use intensive inpatient facility, specializing in recovery-oriented treatment of substance use with or without co-occurring mental health disorders. Our intensive inpatient program provides structured, holistic and evidence-based practices, including relapse prevention, coping mechanisms (both abstinence-based and harm reduction), and re-connection to community and resources. Clients participate in counseling and support groups.
Recovery Place Kent
Opening in late 2019, Recovery Place Kent will address the growing need in south King County for psychiatric treatment and substance use services. The property will offer secured detoxification services, as well as inpatient evaluation and treatment services, for a total of 32 beds.
Detoxification services include acute medical detoxification - a process that can take 3 to 5 days - staffed by a variety of medical professionals well-versed in treating clients with both substance use and behavioral health challenges. Following detox, patients can move to intensive inpatient services at Recovery Place or in the community.
Our facilities are made up of clinicians experienced in both substance use and mental health disorders. Clinicians lead recovery- oriented educational groups as well as individual counseling sessions. Recovery Place is also staffed with a care transition specialist and peer bridgers who are able to help clients connect with resources outside of Recovery Place, including outpatient substance use treatment, primary care, and other community-based services.