Connections – Bellevue offers a full range of outpatient addiction and mental health services for adults age 18 and older of all genders. With care designed specifically for you, it is possible to discover your unique path to healing and recovery.
About Connections – Bellevue
Located in Bellevue just east of Lake Washington, Connections – Bellevue provides an array of outpatient programming for adults age 18 and older of all genders who are struggling with addiction and certain mental health concerns.
When you seek professional support at our Bellevue, Washington, outpatient center, you will receive care that is personalized to meet your unique needs and goals. Depending on the nature and severity of your symptoms, you may take part in:
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP) – This program serves adults who have a mental health disorder diagnosis and meets for half treatment days, five days a week.
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP) – This program serves adults who have an addiction or mental health disorder diagnosis and meets for partial treatment days, five days a week.
- Traditional outpatient therapy – This program serves adults who have a substance use disorder and meets on a traditional outpatient basis.
Reaching out for help is the first step to healing. When you contact Connections – Bellevue, a highly experienced member of our team will conduct an initial evaluation to determine the type and level of care that best meets your needs.
Partial Hospitalization Program
The partial hospitalization program at Connections – Bellevue is the optimal setting for adults who no longer need the round-the-clock monitoring of an inpatient or residential program but still require intensive support. Our PHP serves adults who are struggling with mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety disorders, the effects of trauma, and grief and loss.
When you take part in the PHP at our outpatient center in Bellevue, Washington, you will follow a highly structured therapeutic schedule. You can expect to take part in services for about five hours a day, five days a week for about three weeks, though the actual length of program participation depends on your progress and needs.
Group therapy is the primary method of care used in our PHP and can include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) approaches. Our expert team may also recommend experiential therapy, individual therapy, medication management, and basic medical care depending on your specific circumstances.
Intensive Outpatient Program
We offer two intensive outpatient programs at Connections – Bellevue: one for adults who have a mental health disorder and one for adults who have a substance use disorder.
Our mental health-focused IOP uses evidence-based methods, including CBT, DBT, ACT, and mindfulness, while our addiction-based IOP integrates methods such as CBT, DBT, and motivational interviewing.
Adults who take part in the mental health IOP at our Bellevue, Washington, outpatient center attend treatment three hours a day, three to five days per week. Our addiction IOP meets for three hours a day, three days per week.
Typical length of stay in our IOPs is 21-30 days, but the actual amount of time each person spends in one of the programs will depend on their needs and progress. Like with our PHP, group therapy is the primary treatment method we use in our IOPs, though you may take part in experiential therapy, individual therapy, or family therapy if your care team recommends these services.
Traditional Outpatient Services
Not everyone needs the structure or intensive support of a PHP or IOP. Traditional outpatient therapy is an ideal option for adults who need ongoing support after completing an addiction recovery program.
Adults who take part in traditional outpatient services at Connections – Bellevue meet one-on-one with a licensed substance use disorder professional (SUDP). Most of our patients who seek traditional outpatient therapy at our center in Bellevue, Washington, are continuing the work they have done at a higher level of care, but others may start their recovery journey directly at the traditional outpatient level.
Wherever you are in your recovery, our team of compassionate professionals is here to help you determine how to best address your needs and meet your goals.
At Connections – Bellevue, we are committed to ensuring that our outpatient services are as accessible as possible. As part of that commitment, we offer all our outpatient programming both on-site and via telehealth so that our patients can get the treatment they need no matter where they are.
You can take part in our outpatient programming using any camera-enabled smartphone, laptop, computer, or tablet that has an internet connection. By offering a telehealth option, we hope to reduce the transportation, scheduling, and child care barriers that can keep some people from seeking treatment.
Connections – Bellevue is located at 1300 114th Avenue SE, Suite 100, in Bellevue, Washington, north of I-90 and east of I-405.
If you have any questions about the outpatient programming at our center, please reach out to us at:
Phone: (206) 248-4787
Fax: (206) 299-9495