WEST SOUND TREATMENT CENTER
Improving Lives and Restoring Hope through Education and Support Services
       Port Orchard, Washington - (360) 876-9430
O U R  M I S S I O N   
S E R V I C E S (We actively utilize our community resources to ensure an ongoing continuum of care)
T R E A T M E N T
A L C O H O L  &  D R U G   I N F O R M A T I O N   S C H O O L (ADIS)
Upcoming ADIS Classes

2013
TBD
2014  S C H E D U L E
L O C A T I O N,  C O N T A C T,  H O U R S            
Office Hours:  Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm,   and Fridays by Appointment
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– One-on-One Family Counseling
– Anger Management
– Career Building Skills
– Assistance Accessing Housing, Food, Transportation and Funding to Meet Basic Needs
– DUI Assessments
– Deferred Prosecution
– Homeless Housing for Individuals and Families
– Case Management and Supportive Services


–  Group and Individual Sessions
–  Intensive Outpatient Treatment
–  Aftercare Treatment  
–  Relapse Prevention Treatment
–  Alcohol/Drug Information School
–  Chemical Abuse Education and Support
–  Family Counseling and Support
–  Veteran’s Program
–  Daytime and Evening Groups Available
F I NA N C I A L (Payment)




– Most Medical Insurance Plans
– DSHS Medical Coupons
– Sliding Fee Scale Services are Available for Those Who are Low-Income and /or Uninsured.
Alcohol and Drug Information School is a one-day, 8 hour class, epically designed for people who have not been diagnosed with a significant problem with mind/mood altering chemicals.  The goal of the class is to assist each individual with the effects of abuse/misuse/dependence on alcohol or other drugs.

Each person is required to participate while in class and is encouraged to identify appropriate alternatives to change behaviors which interfere with
significant life areas.

ADIS classes are non-refundable, and the cost of the class is $80.00 if prepaid, or $100.00 on the day of the class. To reserve space in an ADIS class, Call  (360) 876-9430.


West Sound Treatment Center
Fuller-Wise Building
1415 Lumsden Road
Port Orchard, WA. 98367

Office:  360-876-9430
Fax:     360-876-0713
TTY    360-876-9433
Email: westsound1@wavecable.com


Forward Bound
(360) 479-2402
Daniel Mitchell, Housing  Programs Manager
Michelle Fleetwood, Housing Case Manager
forwardbound1@qwestoffice.net

 
 
 
 
 
 
 





We gratefully accept contributions.  To make a tax deductible donation to West Sound Treatment Center, the O'Hana House, and The Lighthouse, please call  (360) 876-9430 and ask to speak to the contributions representative, or click on the donation button below.
D O N A T I O N S

O'Hana  House
 

WSTC’s Mission
West Sound Treatment Center was originally established in 1981.  Our mission is to “improve lives and restore hope” by providing a responsive, integrated array of services based on participant need including housing, treatment, counseling, training and re-entry services. Our 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.

We believe that everyone is capable of change and self-sufficiency if given the opportunity, and we create innovative programs that directly respond to the barriers of our participants thereby improving their lives and restoring the hope that they can be successful, productive members of their community.
The Lighthouse

H O U S IN G

OUR  D I R E C T O R


Robin B. O'Grady has served as the Executive Director of West Sound Treatment Center since October of 2006.  Originally from Long Beach, California she spent much of her childhood in the Pacific Northwest  visiting family, and moved to Washington permanently in 1997.

Robin graduated from California State University Dominguez Hills in 1992 with her Counseling Certification.  She will receive her Business Management degree in the Spring of 2013, and begin work on her Masters program in the fall.
Forward Bound
With thanks to 'Building Changes' and the 'Washington Family Fund', we will celebrate the Grand Opening for the Forward Bound Home on June 1, 2011. Permanent housing for families with multiple barriers.
(360) 479-2402  email: forwardbound@qwestoffice.net
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April
O'Hana House
(360) 377-0865
Sandy Ferguson, Housing Case Manager
Jennifer Harris, Housing Case Manager
ohanahouse@qwestoffice.net

The Lighthouse
(360) 602-0435
Gary Thomas, Housing Case Manager
lighthouse1@wavecable.com

Our new WSTC web site will be released soon !