Opinion: Homelessness isn’t just a burden for Seattle politicians By Ryan Lambert, Editor in Chief, Puget Sound Business Journal As we approach the Aug. 6 primary election, it makes sense to focus our attention — which sometimes resembles ire — on Seattle’s homelessness crisis. I’ve read through many op-ed submissions recently that suggest wholesale changes … Continue Reading »
In June of 2019, beloved team member, Pat Pagdilas-Shepherd is celebrating 42 years with Sound. Pat is widely celebrated as a calming force and tireless advocate, serving and helping team members as well as the people we serve.
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe recently awarded Sound’s Children’s Domestic Violence Response Team (CDVRT) a $15,000 grant to support the important work that Sound does for thousands of adults and children survivors of domestic violence.
Community Psychiatric Clinic and Sound, two providers of mental health and addiction treatment services in King County for more than 50 years, announced today their intent to combine operations to form a new, larger provider under the Sound name and brand.
As more Sound clients migrate out of the central Puget Sound area, Sound is making moves of its own. In spring of this year, Sound will open its 15th location, in the Kent business district, to ensure that clients who live in the area can more easily access the care they need.