COVID-19 UPDATE: In efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, all CHS locations remain closed to the public. We will continue to provide behavioral health services primarily through telehealth with in-person office visits available by appointment only. Please call 206-362-7282 for more information. Please visit the program specific pages on our website for additional information of virtual resources available to the community during this time. 

The mission of Center for Human Services is to strengthen the community through counseling, education, and support to children, youth, adults, and families.

2020 commemorates our serving the community for 50 years!

Our Programs and Services

Mental Health Counseling

Our Mental Health Programs provide person-centered mental health services to individuals and families at our clinics and schools. Learn more.

Family Support Centers

Our Family Support Centers provide a safe and fun place where all families benefit from diverse resources and learning opportunities while making community connections. Learn more.

Behavioral Health Integration

Behavioral Health Integrated (BHI) programs use a whole-person approach to provide patient care by locating our services in primary care clinics and schools. Learn more.

Substance Use Disorders Treatment

Our Substance Use Disorders (SUD) Department provides treatment to youth and adults in King and Snohomish Counties. Learn more.

Community-Based Intensive Services

Our Community-Based Intensive Services (CBIS) Department offers WISe/Wraparound programs and Infant & Early Childhood (IEC) programs in King and Snohomish Counties. Learn more.

Our Services are Proven to be Effective

Below are just a few of our outstanding outcomes from 2019

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of clients who received mental health services improved their mental stability/functioning

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of clients who received substance abuse treatment services reduced or stopped their alcohol, tobacco, or drug use.

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of Kaleidoscope Play & Learn participants increased their understanding of child development and what to expect from children at different ages.

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of youth in OST programming reported positive academic self-efficacy.

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of Positive Discipline participants reported an increased in their positive parent/child interactions and social connections.

Latest News

Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead

An annual tradition in our Family Support Department is to create a Day of the Dead altar with our participants to reflect on the lives of those we have lost and share this cultural celebration with our community. Due to COVID our family center space is very quite...

CHS is providing services!

CHS is providing services! We continue to offer mental health and substance use assessments and counseling using Zoom. We also have limited face-to-face availability (by appointments only). In addition we are providing lots of virtual prevention education and support...

Position Statement on School Policing

Center for Human Services partners with multiple school districts and provides mental health services in over 20 schools. We encourage districts to re-examine the role of policing in schools. We believe that having police officers in schools do not align with...

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I have learned to connect with my child before correcting his misbehavior.  This gives us time to calm down and discuss issues and solutions.

Positive Discipline Parenting Class Participant