News & Events

  • Visit Our Publications & Documentation

    We have many valuable resources available here including Newsletters, Annual Reports, Videos and helpful Documentation.

  • Please Join Us And Be A Part Of The Solution!

    May 11, 2017

    Join us for an inspirational lunch to celebrate the impact of Navos’ program and services. Hundreds of business and community leaders will gather to raise critical support for Navos. Community support is vital to sustaining our programs for at-risk children and youth which prevent their problems from worsening, and for adults living in poverty with mental and emotional health issues.

    THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2017

    Sheraton Hotel, 1400 Sixth Ave, Seattle
    Reception, 11:00-12:00
    Program, 12:00-1:00

    TO RSVP OR FOR MORE INFORMATION
    Visit growinghopeluncheon.org or call 206-933-4087.  For information about sponsoring the event or hosting a table, please contact events@navos.org

    Growing Hope Luncheon Logo

  • Navos Hosts Volunteers As A Part Of The 2016 United Way Of King County Day Of Caring

    October 10, 2016

    Our thanks to the employees from Microsoft and Mainspring Wealth Advisors who spent the day refurbishing the dock on our Lake Burien campus, and organizing the toy and clothing rooms for our clients.

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  • Navos/Harborview Medical Center’s Peer Bridger Program Awarded The Community Health Leadership Award

    October 10, 2016

    The Peer Bridger program was awarded an Annual Community Health Leadership Award, by the Washington State Hospital Association. The Peer Bridger program was established in 2013 to help patients in the inpatient psychiatric units of Navos and Harborview make a successful transition to the community after being discharged and to reduce re-hospitalizations. Peer Bridgers have “lived experience” with mental health and substance use challenges and have been trained to help and inspire others. They connect with participants during hospitalization and help them on their road to recovery after discharge.

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  • Navos Welcomes Washington State Governor, Jay Inslee And King County Executive, Dow Constantine

    July 20, 2016

    On Wednesday July 20th, Navos was chosen by Governor Jay Inslee to announce recommendations by the Community Alternatives to Boarding Task Force to provide community-based alternatives to psychiatric boarding for severely mentally ill individuals — because of our experience and success providing housing and supports for this most vulnerable population.

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  • Navos Announces Plans to Affiliate with MultiCare Health Systems

    January 10, 2017

    Navos is excited to announce that we will be affiliating with MultiCare Health Systems. By combining our professional talents and clinical strengths, we will be in a better position to serve more vulnerable children, youth and adults in need of our help and benefit from more fully integrated physical and behavioral health care to ensure the health of the whole individual and family.

  • Give A Gift Toward A New Play Structure For The Children On Our Lake Burien Campus.

    December 7, 2016

    In our Residential Treatment Program, we help the most vulnerable young children, ages 5 through 12 years old to heal from trauma. Most were involuntarily removed from their home of foster placement due to violence, abuse, or neglect.

    WILL YOU HELP GIVE THE KIDS A NEW PLAYGROUND?
    Currently we have no outside play area for them.

    Recreational therapy is used as a form of counseling or psychotherapy that uses play to communicate with and help children to prevent or resolve psychosocial challenges. This new equipment will provide these children with a healing space to help them recover.

    YOU CAN HELP CHANGE A CHILD’S LIFE!
    Make a tax deductible gift that is meaningful to you, donate here.

    For more information contact Briony Ball at briony.ball@navos.org
    or call 206-933-4087.

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  • Dorothy Dixon Allen Guild Provides 25+ Years Of Support

    October 10, 2016

    Thank you to the Dorothy Dixon Allen guild (DDA) for their continued and generous support for the children and youth we serve in our Residential Treatment Programs on Lake Burien. Pictured are new kayaks donated by the Guild members for our kids in treatment to use on the lake. Special thanks to Poo Penrose, DDA guild President, and all of the guild members for making this possible!

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  • Navos Welcomes United States Senator Patty Murray And Representative Ruth Kagi, From The 32nd District

    August 19, 2016

    U.S. Senator Patty Murray and Representative Ruth Kagi, recently toured Navos’ Lake Burien campus where a continuum of care is provided for children, youth and families experiencing a behavioral health or substance use disorder issue. Representative Kagi stated that our Family Health Center is “a great example of the continuum of care for children. This is a very impressive complex, kudos to David Johnson for his vision and outstanding leadership. I would love to see this model expanded and replicated.”

    Murray&Kagi_1199x663

  • Visit Our Publications & Documentation

    We have many valuable resources available here including Newsletters, Annual Reports, Videos and helpful Documentation.

  • Navos Announces Plans to Affiliate with MultiCare Health Systems

    January 10, 2017

    Navos is excited to announce that we will be affiliating with MultiCare Health Systems. By combining our professional talents and clinical strengths, we will be in a better position to serve more vulnerable children, youth and adults in need of our help and benefit from more fully integrated physical and behavioral health care to ensure the health of the whole individual and family.

  • Please Join Us And Be A Part Of The Solution!

    May 11, 2017

    Join us for an inspirational lunch to celebrate the impact of Navos’ program and services. Hundreds of business and community leaders will gather to raise critical support for Navos. Community support is vital to sustaining our programs for at-risk children and youth which prevent their problems from worsening, and for adults living in poverty with mental and emotional health issues.

    THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2017

    Sheraton Hotel, 1400 Sixth Ave, Seattle
    Reception, 11:00-12:00
    Program, 12:00-1:00

    TO RSVP OR FOR MORE INFORMATION
    Visit growinghopeluncheon.org or call 206-933-4087.  For information about sponsoring the event or hosting a table, please contact events@navos.org

    Growing Hope Luncheon Logo

  • Give A Gift Toward A New Play Structure For The Children On Our Lake Burien Campus.

    December 7, 2016

    In our Residential Treatment Program, we help the most vulnerable young children, ages 5 through 12 years old to heal from trauma. Most were involuntarily removed from their home of foster placement due to violence, abuse, or neglect.

    WILL YOU HELP GIVE THE KIDS A NEW PLAYGROUND?
    Currently we have no outside play area for them.

    Recreational therapy is used as a form of counseling or psychotherapy that uses play to communicate with and help children to prevent or resolve psychosocial challenges. This new equipment will provide these children with a healing space to help them recover.

    YOU CAN HELP CHANGE A CHILD’S LIFE!
    Make a tax deductible gift that is meaningful to you, donate here.

    For more information contact Briony Ball at briony.ball@navos.org
    or call 206-933-4087.

    play-structure_1199x663

  • Navos Hosts Volunteers As A Part Of The 2016 United Way Of King County Day Of Caring

    October 10, 2016

    Our thanks to the employees from Microsoft and Mainspring Wealth Advisors who spent the day refurbishing the dock on our Lake Burien campus, and organizing the toy and clothing rooms for our clients.

    Day-of-Caring-group-photo_1199x663_b

  • Dorothy Dixon Allen Guild Provides 25+ Years Of Support

    October 10, 2016

    Thank you to the Dorothy Dixon Allen guild (DDA) for their continued and generous support for the children and youth we serve in our Residential Treatment Programs on Lake Burien. Pictured are new kayaks donated by the Guild members for our kids in treatment to use on the lake. Special thanks to Poo Penrose, DDA guild President, and all of the guild members for making this possible!

    Kayaks_1199x663

  • Navos/Harborview Medical Center’s Peer Bridger Program Awarded The Community Health Leadership Award

    October 10, 2016

    The Peer Bridger program was awarded an Annual Community Health Leadership Award, by the Washington State Hospital Association. The Peer Bridger program was established in 2013 to help patients in the inpatient psychiatric units of Navos and Harborview make a successful transition to the community after being discharged and to reduce re-hospitalizations. Peer Bridgers have “lived experience” with mental health and substance use challenges and have been trained to help and inspire others. They connect with participants during hospitalization and help them on their road to recovery after discharge.

    Cindy-with-Award_1199x663

  • Navos Welcomes United States Senator Patty Murray And Representative Ruth Kagi, From The 32nd District

    August 19, 2016

    U.S. Senator Patty Murray and Representative Ruth Kagi, recently toured Navos’ Lake Burien campus where a continuum of care is provided for children, youth and families experiencing a behavioral health or substance use disorder issue. Representative Kagi stated that our Family Health Center is “a great example of the continuum of care for children. This is a very impressive complex, kudos to David Johnson for his vision and outstanding leadership. I would love to see this model expanded and replicated.”

    Murray&Kagi_1199x663

  • Navos Welcomes Washington State Governor, Jay Inslee And King County Executive, Dow Constantine

    July 20, 2016

    On Wednesday July 20th, Navos was chosen by Governor Jay Inslee to announce recommendations by the Community Alternatives to Boarding Task Force to provide community-based alternatives to psychiatric boarding for severely mentally ill individuals — because of our experience and success providing housing and supports for this most vulnerable population.

    gov-and-sandra_1199x663