Through our partnership with 'A Walk To Freedom' Counseling in Auburn, Washington
As provided for all four of our treatment platforms
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
ALL AMENITIES PROVIDED
Including utilities, television, and internet services
As of February 9th, 2024
AAHAA’s Dual-Diagnosis Platform serves co-occurring male-only and female-only facilities in Auburn, Washington. Unique to the Dual-Diagonsis Platform are in-house AA/NA/DDA and self-care skills meetings, medication managed by a registered nurse, and case management.
Clients enrolled in our Dual-Diagnosis Platform have access to psychiatric services through our partnership with 'A Walk To Freedom Counseling.' Some staple food items are provided to clients in our Dual-Diagnosis Platform. Housing facilities are managed by rotating staff throughout the day and night which provides structure, support, accountability, medication administration, and the facilitation of several weekly house meetings.
AAHAA’s Family Platform is just that: family housing! With a facility in Kent, Washington, catering to both single-parent and dual-parent families, our Family House Platform is overseen by a house manager who provides structure, support, accountability, and facilitates weekly house meetings. Some basic toiletries are provided to Family Platform clients. Clients enrolled in the Family Platform have access to recovery and life skills meetings at the AAHAA office every Thursday and Friday and peer-led case management services.
AAHAA’s Partial Hospitalization Platform (PHP) offers a greater level of support and accountability to more vulnerable, newly sober clients. A co-ed facility located in Kent, Washington, PHP offers our clients a 2.5 level of care with three prepared meals each day, 24/7 staff with medication management through a registered nurse, and in-house meetings. Our partners with A Walk To Freedom Counseling provide PHP clients with Intensive Out-Patient treatment, mental health services, and SUD support. PHP is a short-term living facility with clients often moving to one of our three other treatment platforms after a minimum of five weeks.
AAHAA’s Traditional Platform offers both co-ed and male-only facilities throughout Washington’s Pierce and South King Counties. Some staple food items are provided to clients in our Traditional Platform.
Housing facilities are overseen by a house manager who provides structure, support, and accountability and facilitates weekly house meetings. Clients enrolled in our Traditional Platform have access to recovery and life skills meetings every Thursday and Friday at the AAHAA office and peer-led case management services.