OUTPATIENT GROUP &
Outpatient groups are offered online via Zoom as well as in person. Please follow the instructions below to join the group.
1. Download the “ZOOM” app or go to zoom.us
2. Create a profile
3. Click “Join a meeting”
4. Enter Meeting ID listed below for your group
5. Enter password: Seahawks (If prompted)
MONDAY EVE OP GROUP @5:30 PM
Meeting ID is 946 5692 4113
TUESDAY OP GROUP PM @4:00 PM
Meeting ID is 986 1903 2940
TUESDAY EVE OP GROUP @5:30 PM
Meeting ID is 924-0900-2759
WEDNESDAY EVE OP GROUP @5:30 PM
Meeting ID is 686-841-336
WEDNESDAY OP GROUP AM @11:00 AM
Meeting ID is 931-5857-3332
FRIDAY AM OP GROUP @11:00 AM
Meeting ID is 993-4710-4696
FRIDAY EVE OP GROUP @5:30 PM
Meeting ID is 990-3117-7382
SATURDAY OP GROUP PM @ 10:00 AM
Meeting ID is 367-807-850
SATURDAY IN-PERSON OP GROUP @3:30 PM
IOP GROUPS PM (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri @ 3:00 PM)
IOP GROUPS AM (Tue, Wed, Thu @ 11:00 AM)
meeting ID is 956-6477-4162
EVENING IN_PERSON IOP ( Tue, Wed, Fri @5:00 PM)
Co-occurring Disease WELLNESS GROUP
Tuesdays @ 10:00 AM
Thursday’s @ 5:00 PM
meeting ID is 974-8996-4501
WOMENS WELLNESS (HYBRID)
(Friday @ 11:00 AM)
Meeting ID is 963 4749 3883
MENS WELLNESS (HYBRID)
Wednesday@ 3PM(Coming in JUNE)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group
Saturdays (Coming in JUNE)
PEER SUPPORT GROUP (Mon - 4 PM, Tues - 2 PM, Wed - 4 PM, Thu - 4 PM, Fri - 2 PM, on zoom)
meeting ID isj/88431252203
All individual telehealth therapy will be conducted on DOXY. Please use the link below
RANDOM UA LINE: 253-220-9912
BEHAVIOR HEALTH SERVICES
Put Yourself in Our Hands
Sound Integrated Health is a safe haven where you can unwind your mind and body and focus on getting better. There are a variety of programs for the different types of treatment we offer for youth and adults, all designed with your comfort in mind. Contact us today to determine which program will best suit your needs.
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER ASSESSMENT
Walk-ins Daily @ 9AM ( Except Friday and Sunday)
The doorway to accessing treatment and recovery starts with an Assessment by a State Certified Substance Use Disorder Professional.
Substance use disorders are a disease like any other medical condition affecting brain function and everyday behavior. It leads to a dependence on drugs, alcohol or medications; if addicted, the individual continues to use the drug even if it’s harming them. Every drug is different, so there’s no single way to determine if someone will develop an addiction.
There are a few reasons clinicians perform an assessment. Mainly, it’s to determine if an individual meets the criteria for a substance use disorder diagnosis and, if so, how severe the disorder is at that time. Other reasons include finding out if there’s a comorbid disorder or other drugs being used and to learn how much substance use affects the person’s daily life.The information gathered during the evaluation is private and only used to create a personalized treatment plan to focus on during the recovery process.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PSYCHOTHERAPY
An intensive outpatient program can be the first line of treatment, a step up from a less structured outpatient program when needed, or a step down from a residential program after a certain amount of progress is made. This helps to form a seamless continuum of care. Our Intensive Outpatient Program at Sound Integrated Health includes a minimum of (3) 2-hour group therapy sessions per week for the initial 90 days of treatment accompanied by a 60 minute individual therapy session at a minimum of once per month.
At Sound Integrated Health our Outpatient Program is customized specifically to your individual needs. We offer 1- hour group therapy sessions most days of the week to meet your needs and offer individual therapy as well.
Confidential and Comprehensive
Sound Integrated Health's Re-entry program provides comprehensive and evidence based re-entry services to incarcerated Individuals prior to and post release of custody. It is our mission and priority to reduce the proportion of individuals experiencing homelessness and lack of resources following release from institutions. Behavioral Health treatment paired with a coordinated intensive re-entry program can provide education, support, resources, and community connections to address these identified service gaps.
Our Re-entry program creates a cross-system partnership which facilitates persons in the jail with substance use disorders, Mental Health issues and/or life barriers to become engaged with behavioral health treatment and also provides connective services to community resources that address the multiple barriers experienced when re-entering the community. Our care team is dedicated to removing the barriers and overcoming the social determinants of health that the majority of incarcerated individuals experience once released from custody. Our model will promote healthy living, self care and will set individuals up for success while lowering the rates of recidivism in our community.
Help is here!
Our peer support specialists offer a system of support founded on the principles of respect, shared responsibility and mutual agreement of what is helpful. Our peer support team serves by sharing their own life experiences and resources while bringing hope to people in recovery by promoting a sense of belonging within the community. These services are often multi- faceted and include but are not limited to :
Life skills education
development of natural supports
crisis management support
Job and housing assistance
Individual case management
referrals and much much more
We have a waitlist for Mental Health services.
MENTAL HEALTH & PSYCHIATRIC MANAGEMENT
Quick Help for your Mental Health
We offer Mental Health Counseling Services that include the following:
Mental Health Assessment
Mental Health Individual Therapy
Mental Health Group Therapy and Education
Co Occurring Disorder Services
Our Clinicians use a variety of approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy ( DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy ( REBT).
We also provide Psychiatric consultation and follow up. This includes new diagnosis and ongoing treatment for common Mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, Bipolar, ADHD and others. We can get you in to be seen QUICKLY and get you on the road to recovery.
We apologize but currently we are not taking any new clients for Housing and Foundation Community Support
A Housing First Model
Housing is essential for all people. Many experience hardships and barriers that can impact their ability
to secure housing. Sound Integrated Health is rolling out our newest resource, Foundation Community
Support (FCS) Supportive Housing. FCS believes that housing is the first step to any person's stability,
recovery, and quality of life. FCS has grounded its services in the philosophy that each person has the
autonomy to choose, using its seven core principles:
Choice of Housing.
Funding Assistance Avaliable
Separation of Housing and Services.
Decent, Safe, and Affordable Housing.
Rights of Tenancy.
Access to Housing.
Flexible, Voluntary, Services.
FCS employs passionate, dedicated, and capable Housing Specialists that empower each client to secure
permanent housing and receive any other services needed, moreover wanted to become more productive
and lead meaningful lives. We are a holistic organization, looking at the entirety of ones lived
experience and planning accordingly. Our primary demographic is Medicaid insured, 18 years and
older, and must have met the criteria of severe mental, physical, or behavioral health issues and or
chronic homelessness. We assist each person in becoming an independent and thriving community
member at their pace and their meaning of "quality living".
MEET THE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TEAM
Sound Integrated Health has a compassionate team of professionals from a variety of backgrounds. Each and every Therapist at Sound Integrated Health has a passion for helping and we strive to go above and beyond to assist our patients in the healing process and in achieving their goals.
MICHELLE WARD, SUDP
Michelle is currently licensed as a Substance Use Disorder Professional; she has experienced a vast array of professional and personal life situations that brought her to where she is at today. She brings professional experience from inpatient, outpatient, and Medically Assisted Treatment, including Opioid Treatment Programs. Working with the department of corrections’ offenders and CPS involved parents she developed a passion for helping those who need an advocate, most of all, she learned from those folks how important it is to meet clients where they are at, whether it is while still in active addiction or deep in recovery. Her personal story includes 25 years in active addiction, CPS
involvement, a prison term, and eventually her own drug court graduation.