At Valley Cities, there is room for everyone.
For our clients struggling with either behavioral health and or poverty, a relatively small financial need can become a major crisis. Public funding and grants allow us to do the critical work we do for those that receive our programs and services, but these resources are far from what is needed to address the rising mental health and recovery emergencies in our community.
Below are 10 areas of giving. When donating, if you would like your contribution to be designated to a specific clinic or program, please add a note in the final giving pledge.
Areas of Need Our designated COVID-19 Emergency Fund will provide financial support for the unanticipated and urgent needs/ expenses focused on our client and staff/volunteer safety while providing essential services.
Areas of Need
COMPASSION. CONNECTION. COMMUNITY.
In a community near you
Clinic (1) – Pierce County
Clinics (11) – King County
Telehealth and beyond
Medical Detox/Residential Treatment
Providing Mental Health &
Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Recovery Place – Seattle
Recovery Place – Kent
Over 1,000 individual clients are experiencing
homelessness or housing instability. Housing Services strengthen and support individuals and families’ recovering from homelessness by helping them access stable, affordable transitional and permanent housing.
Phoenix Rising Café
Phoenix Rising Café hosts up to 24 young adults, providing two meals a day and provides meals for Recovery Place Kent.
Wraparound / WISe
Wraparound is a client-centered, strength-based process for youth & families with complex behavior needs.
Valley Cities has partnered with several local school districts to meet the needs of students right where they are. We offer both prevention programming & individual counseling.
“ The willingness of America’s veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.” ~J. Miller
Honoring our Veterans and their families is heartfelt work.
Supported Employment assists Valley Cities clients in finding jobs in the competitive marketplace and supporting them for up to 180 days after starting their new career.
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Valley Cities provides high-quality mental healthcare services accessible to all post-9/11 (including National Guard and Reserves), their families, and the families of active duty service members including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others.