PNW Helping Hands is a Behavioral Rehabilitation Service provider for DCFS of Washington State. We currently have six BRS locations in the Spokane and Tacoma areas and work with youth aged 7 to 17 in a group home setting. We also offer a Responsible Living Skills Program through Independent Living Services where youth can potentially stay until they are 21.
PNW Helping Hands has been providing services since March of 2007.
PNW Helping Hands is a staffed Residential Treatment Facility for at-risk youth aged 7-17. Our clients reside within PNW Helping Hands’ care and are involved in an Individualized Treatment Program designed to assist in the progress of positive behavioral and mental health issues. We have a working relationship with the community and its’ resources to help provide our client’s services such as medical, dental, mental health counseling, chemical dependency treatment, educational avenues, and medication management. PNW Helping Hands takes a proactive role in providing a safe environment for our clients to build self-worth, healthy relationships, work ethic, independent living skills, and the opportunity to learn appropriate recreational activities.
PNW Helping Hands believes reunification with family, adoption, or foster families, is critical to helping our clients successfully become a healthy member of the community. PNW Helping Hands will do everything within our power to provide the tools to enable our clients to succeed in a less restricted setting, where they can continually strive to become a positive individual in our society.