“My life is just continuing to get better”

“My life is just continuing to get better”

We introduced our supporters to Brandon back in 2014 when he was well into recovery as a patient at Evergreen Treatment Services and studying molecular biology at Western Washington University....

A moment of clarity

A moment of clarity

Born and raised in Seattle by a loving single mom, Joseph went from living in a large home with his family, to living in his car, and then a tent....

Life After Homelessness

Life After Homelessness

When she needed it most, Lena benefited from our medicated-assisted treatment for opioid use disorders. At the same time, our REACH team helped her gain access to housing. For Lena, that combination...

REACH goes above and beyond

REACH goes above and beyond

“Where are you from?” is a common question asked when people meet for the first time in Seattle, the assumption being that so few people are actually from the city....

Brandon’s story

Brandon’s story

“Every day of your life is already scripted for you. You wake up and you’re sick and you have to find dope,” says Brandon, a former patient at Evergreen Treatment...

April’s Story

April’s Story

“I was tired of living, had nothing, lost everything, just tired of it,” says April.   April is a Flex Care patient at Evergreen Treatment Services. “I truly feel if...

Ride on to Recovery

Ride on to Recovery

One morning while doing outreach in downtown Seattle, one of our REACH care managers, Garrett, met a woman who was packing up a bedroll into her Harley Davidson three-wheeled motorcycle....

Unleashing Potential

Unleashing Potential

  News headlines serve as a bleak reminder of the toll the opioid epidemic has had on our cities and nation. But, groups like Evergreen Treatment Services are addressing these...

A Positive Influence

A Positive Influence

Stolch is 35 years old, and describes himself as an American Indian or Alaska native. He was training to be director at the Nisqually tribe, but opioids stood in the...