Our Services

Drug Court

Medication Assisted Treatment & Primary Care

Outpatient & Intensive Outpatient Programs

We offer nontraditional and individualized treatment for chemical dependency as an alternative to criminal prosecution.

Compassionate and Confidential Medication Assisted Treatment Services in collaboration with Sound Integrated Health. Primary Care Medical services now available for clients receiving MAT services.

Both our outpatient programs offer clients chemical dependency treatment in individual and group settings.

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The Importance of Drug Court Programs

The nature of addiction often leads to breaking the law, whether it’s driving after too many drinks, taking someone else’s prescription drugs, or using an illegal substance. Most of the time, those types of activities result in jail time or a prison sentence. Sadly, people suffering from substance use disorders don’t typically get what they need while they’re incarcerated. Once…

What Is Medication-Assisted Treatment?

The effects of withdrawal for some substances can be physically and psychologically traumatic. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration explains that physicians may prescribe certain medications in conjunction with other treatments to lessen the distress some people may feel. This is known as medication-assisted treatment (MAT). Federal law requires people who are undergoing MAT to also receive counseling.…

Becoming Aware of Thoughts and Beliefs for Positive Change

The way we think about ourselves defines who we are, and it also drives our actions and behaviors. People with addictions often think destructive, negative thoughts about themselves, and it is these self-defeating thoughts that propel their addiction. Many times, people look at surface issues and external influences as the triggers for their addictive behavior. The Positive Psychology ¬†Program explains…

West Sound Leadership

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Ken Wilson

Executive Director – MAC, CDP, LMHCA


Edgar Izurieta

Finance Director


Julie Whitlow

Operations Director


Danika "Jaksyn" Thomas

IS&T Director & Human Resources Trainee

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