Helping thousands of families thrive, year after year
Youth & Family Counseling
YES therapists and psychiatrists use trauma-informed, evidence -, and strengths-based approaches focused on clients’ identified needs and goals. Services include individual counseling, family counseling, and group work, serving children and youth age birth to 22.
Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders Counseling and Treatment
YES therapists provide individualized services to clients and their families to treat substance use and addiction disorders with co-occurring mental health issues, such as depression and/or anxiety. Services include individual and family counseling, a continuum, of care through the Road to Recovery Groups, all grounded in evidence-based therapies. This integrated approach promotes long-term recovery by addressing substance use issues and any underlying causes.
Early Childhood Behavioral Health Services
YES therapists work with parents of children from birth to seven years old, using two evidence-based intervention strategies (Promoting First Relationships and Parent Child Interaction Therapy) shown to be effective in helping parents understand and regulate their child’s behavior.
YES provides integrated, collaborative care for clients actively engaged in counseling with its on-site psychiatric services. In collaboration with YES’ mental health counselors, psychiatric practitioners provide comprehensive diagnostic assessments, medication evaluations and ongoing medication management so clients receive optimal, coordinated care, that is based on the client’s therapeutic goals.
YES partners with the Lake Washington and Bellevue School Districts to provide on-site, dually-licensed mental health and substance use counselors. YES provides two types of school-based services Behavioral Health Support Specialists and Fee-Based Mental Health Counseling.
Education & Prevention programs
YES reaches about 60,000 members of the East King County community through its education and prevention programs including Latino HEAT, BGLAD, SUCCESS Mentorship, Homelessness Prevention, and Community/Teen Center Outreach. These programs help youth recognize and address diversity, develop leadership skills, access mentorship opportunities, prevent possible homelessness and so much more.