The Counseling, Recovery and Wellness Program (CReW) is a licensed outpatient substance use and mental health provider within the King County Behavioral Health Organization. Our purpose is to assist adults living with substance use disorders to improve their quality of life. Our clients may be homeless or struggling to maintain their housing; living in poverty; or may be challenged with severe mental illnesses in addition to their addictions.
Services are provided in a variety of settings beyond our primary office including client’s homes, permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, homeless shelters and the streets. Our services promote: a collaborative partnership with the person served, the development of opportunities for personal growth, a commitment to community integration, goal-oriented and individualized supports, and satisfaction and success in community living.
The Chemical Dependency Professional provision of counseling services includes assessment and diagnosis, facilitation of treatment groups, individual counseling, case management services, coordination of care, and clinical documentation responsibilities.
We will not tolerate attitudes, behaviors, or statements that alienate, offend, or injure any person associated with CCS because of their racial or ethnic origin. We will enable and support all efforts to become aware of and eliminate racism and racist behaviors within CCS and the broader community. We will take exceptional steps to identify and root out such biases, especially where there appear to be long standing, institutional patterns of unacceptable behavior or lack of performance.
Continuing Education Requirements:
Must attend annual mandatory in-service and education programs. Must complete education required for maintenance of professional certification or licensure if applicable.