West Sound Treatment Center’s mission is to “Improve lives and restore hope through education and support services.”
We provide our participants with a recovery-oriented system of care based on best practices and participant needs including supportive housing, chemical dependency treatment, mental health counseling, life-skill and job training, and jail re-entry services. Our professional team models the ideals that we teach, including respect, empowerment, and the value of being of service to each other and the community at large.
West Sound Treatment Center creates progressive and innovative programs that directly respond to the barriers experienced by our participants. We believe that everyone is capable of change when given the opportunity. Our programs support learning healthy habits, developing resiliency, and achieving self-sufficiency, thereby improving the lives of our participants and restoring hope that they can be successful, productive members of our community.
West Sound Treatment Center now offers one-on-one supportive mental health services. You can gain support in many areas including the following:
For more information, contact Val Woods at (360) 876-9430
West Sound Treatment Center launched a crowdfunding campaign on Razoo to help us raise operating money for the O’Hana House and The Lighthouse in 2015. If you are interested in donating money for this purpose, please proceed through the donation box below, or visit our Razoo crowdfunding page at http://www.razoo.com/story/West-Sound-Treatment-Center. To learn more about O’Hana House and The Lighthouse, please click on the program name in this text, or visit the Housing page under the Programs tab above. Thank you for your support and generous gift!
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“In her book The Optimist’s Edge; Moving Beyond Negativity to Create Your Amazing Life, Robin describes the miracle of her own recovery and the unlimited possibilities when you practice the power of positive thinking at work, home, and in your relationships.” Read more