At Hope RISING Clinic, we believe every child has the potential to grow, learn, and flourish. The neurobehavioral model is used as the foundation in our work with children with brain-based differences. Our specialized team is trained in evidence-based interventions for children with FASD, prenatal substance exposure, and trauma.

Our Services

  • Occupational therapy
  • Sensory processing support
  • Mental/behavioral health
  • Speech and language therapy
  • Feeding support
  • Social skills support and groups
  • Family support
  • Caregiver counseling and support groups
  • Psychoeducation
  • Educational advocacy
  • Linkages to community resources

Hope RISING Clinic is a safe and healing environment, free from judgment, where families are supported by our team of experts as they navigate the challenges of caring for children with prenatal substance exposure.

We are committed to evidence-based practices, and offer all four CDC-recommended FASD interventions through our clinic:

  • Parents and Children Together (PACT)
  • Good Buddies Project
  • Families Moving Forward program (FMF)
  • Math Interactive Learning Experience (MILE)

In addition, our team is trained in Zones of Regulation, the Alert Program, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), TheraPlay, Promoting First Relationships, Polyvagal Theory, Social Thinking, Sequential-Oral-Sensory (SOS) approach to feeding, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), motivational interviewing, and trauma-informed care.

Getting Started 

Step 1. Make a Referral/Request Services

If you are experiencing challenges caring for a child who may have been exposed to drugs or alcohol prenatally contact us to find out how Hope RISING Clinic can support your family. Our intake coordinator will reach out to you within 2 business days to schedule an intake meeting to discuss your concerns and service options.

Step 2. Intake, Assessment/Evaluation, and Plan of Care

After the intake meeting, review of records, and conducting further assessments as needed, we will design a personalized plan of service to meet your child and family’s unique needs. All children with suspected or confirmed prenatal substance exposure are eligible for therapy and family support services. Additionally, children with confirmed prenatal exposure to alcohol meet the criteria for an FASD diagnostic clinic.

Step 3. Starting Therapy

At Hope RISING Clinic, families are supported by a team of passionate and caring therapists and family support specialists. Every family impacted by prenatal substance exposure has unique challenges and needs. We strive to meet every family where they are at and develop a customized menu of therapy services to best support your family’s needs. These services include occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, feeding therapy, and behavioral health.

Our approach has a strong focus on caregiver support and education, as you are the expert on your child and their advocate in life. Each therapy session includes caregiver participation, support, and education. Additionally, we offer a variety of caregiver services including individual counseling, support groups, linkages to community resources, and evidence-based psychoeducation programs.

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You can also call us at 425-219-4788 or fax a referral to 425-219-4790.

Telehealth Services

In addition to in-person services, Hope RISING Clinic is continuing to offer virtual therapy and family support services in the comfort and convenience of your home! We are also accepting new families for evaluations and referrals. Contact us today to request an intake appointment. Call us at 425-219-4788 or click the Request Appointment button to get started.

What do these services cost?

Hope RISING Clinic provides services to all families regardless of the income, insurance, or ability to pay.

We bill private and public insurance for services. Parents/caregivers are responsible for applicable deductibles, co-pays, and co-insurance; however, financial assistance is available from our uncompensated care fund. Contact us for more information.