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Jodi Daly, Ph.D. Comprehensive Healthcare President & CEO Comprehensive Healthcare serves many rural counties in Washington State. Providing behavioral health services to rural communities involves unique challenges. Comprehensive Healthcare, CEO, Jodi Daly, Ph.D., elaborates on the unique challenges and the opportunities that are part of delivering behavioral healthcare to rural communities. How are the Disparities […]
The Outpatient Co-occurring Disorders Treatment program at Comprehensive Healthcare in Pasco has been recognized by the state of Washington as a Dual Diagnosis Enhanced program. During the state surveys that took place in July, Comprehensive Healthcare scored 4.28 out of five. The Dual Diagnosis Enhanced program rating is the highest level of performance a treatment […]
The Outpatient Co-occurring Disorders Treatment program at Comprehensive Healthcare in Yakima has been recognized by the state of Washington as a Dual Diagnosis Enhanced program. During the state surveys that took place in July, Comprehensive Healthcare scored 4.83 out of five, of which only 1 percent of the surveyed programs in the state of Washington […]
All stories of recovery are unique. For Gino Lister, recovery has been a journey of falling (falling a lot and falling hard) but finding the courage to get back up. When Gino was a child, he, his step-father (Gino’s primary father figure) and mother moved from the Yakama Nation to Boston. When he was young, […]
“I always felt like I didn’t deserve to get help, I just felt like I was a bad person. Why do I keep doing this? Why do I keep hurting my family and betraying everybody?” Each recovery story is different, and for some, it is not just an addiction that is presenting challenges. Sometimes we […]
omprehensive Healthcare today announced it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Behavioral Health Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe, high quality and effective care. “Comprehensive Healthcare decisively seeks the input of outside agencies […]
by: Debbie Brockman, Program Manager, ASPEN Victim Advocacy Services April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The goal is to raise awareness about sexual violence, the impact it has on our communities, and to educate the community about how to prevent it. This year Sexual Assault Awareness Month is celebrating its 18th anniversary with the theme […]