Monthly Archives: November 2020

November 20, Transgender Day of Remembrance

by: The JEDI Committee Today, November 20, 2020, is Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day in which we honor the victims of anti-transgender violence. We cannot ignore the numbers: In the last year alone, 350 trans and gender-diverse people have been killed. Among those victims, 98 percent were trans women or trans feminine people. Of […]

COVID-19 Update: Appointments and Services

With the new isolation measures and safety precautions currently in place throughout Washington, you might be wondering: how does this impact my services at Comprehensive Healthcare? We have provided some answers to those questions below, but if you ever have questions about your care, you can always reach out to your clinician, or give us […]

School-Based Services in 2020

School is a great setting for children and families to access quality behavioral health; it can help increase access to care for busy families, but also greatly benefit rural communities that may have fewer resources. Services can be provided at school, in the home or in other community locations that are most convenient for the […]

New Arrest and Jail Alternatives Program in Walla Walla

In partnership with the Walla Walla Police Department and Blue Mountain Heart to Heart, Comprehensive Healthcare was awarded a grant through the Washington Association of Sheriff and Police Chiefs (WASPC) in July, 2020, to begin an Arrest and Jail Alternatives (AJA) program in Eastern Washington. An AJA program integrates local law enforcement, behavioral health providers, […]

Comprehensive Healthcare Now Providing Suboxone Services in Yakima

Comprehensive Healthcare’s Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) formerly known as “the Methadone Program” is expanding its provision of Medications to treat Opioid Use Disorders (MOUD) in Yakima and now includes Suboxone services. Suboxone (buprenorphine with naloxone) is a medication used to help individuals with an opioid use disorder by blocking the addictive effects of opioid medications […]

Comprehensive Healthcare’s Response to The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Outbreak

Updated June 30, 2021 Comprehensive Healthcare is currently taking precautions in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. Our efforts are geared toward protecting our clients and community, and to reduce the stress and anxiety that many individuals may be experiencing.   We would like to remind clients and visitors to please wear a mask when visiting any […]