NYFS is a 501(c)(3) Washington State Licensed Mental Health and Outpatient Substance Use Treatment Center. Professional mental health and chemical dependency counselors provide therapy for individuals and family members in a comfortable and supportive environment.
Professional mental health counselors provide therapy for family members in a comfortable and supportive environment.
Individuals, couples, and families can work with one of our experience counselors on issues concerning:
Our program provides services to young parents up to age 24 who are pregnant and/or with their first child (up to 12 months old). We provide support, information, and referrals to assist parents in making healthy choices for themselves and their families. We also offer parent support groups and help with baby essentials such as diapers, formula, car seats, etc. Most support is home based.
These early intervention programs:
Our outpatient substance use program is designed for adolescents, age 21 and under, along with their families who are experiencing difficulties in their lives related to substance abuse. Urinalysis testing is done with the initial assessment and throughout treatment.
Our parenting education classes use Nurturing Parenting™, a nationally recognized "best practices" program. These classes are presented in a positive, supportive atmosphere for parents of children of all ages. Parenting classes focus on:
We provide prevention and intervention services to students and families in the Skykomish School District through an on-site counselor. Services include assessment, referral, education, and pro-social group events.
This program services Washington State's highest risk youth, and includes drug and alcohol assessments, referrals, and individual and group treatment. All clients for this program are referred by court order.
Our program is designed for youth who have committed a first time, non-violent offense. The intervention program's objective is to provide proactive prevention and early intervention strategies to assist at-risk youth and their families in developing the skills necessary to succeed. Our goal is to reduce the likelihood of youth offending again.