We NOW offer outpatient and day services!

Adult Programs at Fairfax

Where Hope and Healing Begins

Fairfax Health is a welcoming facility for people in crisis who may need safety monitoring and assessment as well as therapy and medication management. If you or a loved one are experiencing severe mental and behavioral challenges, we are here to help! Fairfax Health’s treatment programs are designed to provide comprehensive assessment and evaluation, accurate diagnosis, medication management, safe and therapeutic interventions and effective treatment plans. Fairfax Health is dedicated to helping and empowering our patients to facilitate the change and growth needed to achieve both treatment and life goals. Our clinicians employ evidence-based treatment models to collaborate with the patient and their families. This facilitates a transition from a state of distress, dysfunction, or pain into a position of strength and wellness.

You’re unique and so are your challenges. Our treatment programs are designed to provide you with the best possible outcomes.

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Our programs are designed to encourage health and healing

Acute Psychiatric Care

Fairfax’s Acute Care Program is designed for people experiencing distressing and debilitating symptoms from a mental illness that requires immediate attention. Whether this is your first experience with these symptoms or a repeat episode, safety and stabilization is the number one priority. These types of episodes are often accompanied by psychosis. The onset of these symptoms may be sudden and rapid and can be caused by environmental or other triggers.  This experience can be extremely frightening for the person and their loved ones, as the person may lash out and hurt themselves or others. A person experiencing these symptoms may require Involuntary Admission at our facilities.

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Co-occurring Substance Abuse & Detox Care

Fairfax Co-occurring and Detox program is for individuals who have substance use disorders, as well as mental health disorders. These individuals may have been previously diagnosed as having co-occurring disorders, dual disorders or dual diagnosis. A substance use disorder includes alcohol and drug abuse or dependency. Individuals diagnosed with mental health disorders often use substances to feel better. For example, people who are anxious may want a substance that helps them feel calm. People who are fearful want want a substance that alleviates their fears, etc. Some of the most common mental health disorders found in chemically dependent people include mood and anxiety disorders. An even higher percentage of people with severe mental illness also have co-occurring substance abuse disorders, which include schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder.

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Mood Disorders Care

Mood disorders can alter your or your loved ones general emotional state or mood to be distorted or inconsistent with circumstances and interferes with the ability to function. Individuals may become extremely sad, empty or irritable (depressed), or may experience severe depression alternating with being excessively happy (mania). Anxiety disorders can also affect moods and often occur along with depression. Mood disorders can increase the risk of suicide. It’s important to seek immediate help if you or a loved one is experiencing severe mood disorder symptoms.

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General Psychiatric Care

Fairfax’s General Psychiatric Care Program was developed to meet the ever-increasing need within the North Sound area, for community based inpatient psychiatric services. This State-of-the-Art environment of care is embedded in the Pacific campus at Providence Medical Center. As a community-based program, there are both voluntary and involuntarily detained patients, who are experiencing a wide spectrum of psychiatric conditions requiring a safe, evidenced based, short term 24 hour care. These conditions may range from depression to disturbances of thought. As with all our psychiatric programs, we use a multidisciplinary approach to assessment, treatment and discharge planning.

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Day and Outpatient Services

Fairfax’s Outpatient Program is part of the continuum of care offered for Adults and Adolescents. This can be a good alternative to hospitalization when the patient needs more intensive care, than an office visit, but doesn’t require 24-hour care. Intensive Outpatient is typically a three-hour program, three days a week. Care is primarily delivered in a group session, though individual assessments and follow up are also included. Partial Hospitalization is typically five hours a day, five days a week, for up to three weeks. Patients in Partial Hospitalization are also under the care of Psychiatrist or Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse.

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Senior Care

Fairfax’s Senior Care Program helps patients who are experiencing a psychiatric disturbance related to age. Depression, mood disorders and chronic thought disorders can be exacerbated by age. Our staff is trained and experienced to recognize and intervene with these conditions, using the multidisciplinary approach designed specifically for seniors. In addition, accommodations are made for age-related issues. We provide grab bars throughout the facility, use medical beds for seniors who need specific bed adjustments and provide special psychiatric training in the interactions of psychotropic medications relative to a senior’s metabolism.

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LOCATIONS

KIRKLAND

10200 NE 132nd St.
Kirkland, WA 98034

EVERETT

916 Pacific Ave.
Everett, WA 98201

MONROE

14701 179th Ave. SE
Monroe, WA 98272

KIRKLAND

10200 NE 132nd St.
Kirkland, WA 98034

EVERETT

916 Pacific Ave.
Everett, WA 98201

MONROE

14701 179th Ave. SE
Monroe, WA 98272