Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment

Richard E. Repass, MD

Psychiatrist & Addiction Medicine located in Mercer Island, WA Serving Greater Seattle and Bellevue

At Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment, our patients’ health is our top priority. Due to a growing outbreak of COVID-19 in King County, all residents should follow Public Health recommendations. Together, we may potentially impact the spread of the disease in our community.

We are taking the following steps to guard against potential spread of all respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19:

  • All frequently touched surfaces are being frequently cleaned and disinfected.
  • Patients who are at risk or who have symptoms consistent with the coronavirus, can be evaluated with virtual (telemedicine) visits (in process) and may not have to visit the office.
  • If you have concerns about visiting the office in person, we may postpone and reschedule visits. Call with questions.
  • Prescriptions will be maintained.
  • Staff are all undergoing continuous training on infection control procedures.

If you are unsure or feel you have more than a cold, CALL US FIRST. If you think you might be sick, let us know when you call to make an appointment so we can guide you with next steps before and during your visit.


image of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

If you are not short of breath and:

  • You are under 60 years old and in good general health;
  • You have not traveled internationally or been in a community with an outbreak;
  • You have not been in contact with someone with known coronavirus; Then you most likely have a common viral upper respiratory infection and should stay home and rest until you are better. For children and healthy adults, the risk of getting seriously ill is very low. Our efforts will be focused on preventing the spread of the virus to seniors and those adults with chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer, heart or lung disease.
 

If You Are Sick

What should you do if you are experiencing symptoms consistent with a respiratory illness, such as a runny nose, low grade fever and cough? If you have shortness of breath, you should speak with your primary care provider, or if severe, go to the ER.

Please do not come in:

  • If you are symptomatic – fever, cough, runny nose, difficulty breathing
  • If you believe they may have been exposed to coronavirus
  • If you (or perhaps also family members) have recently traveled to certain countries – China, Iran, South Korea, Italy, Japan, Hong Kong

Updates

Up-to-the-Minute Information on COVID-19 You can find excellent information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the https://www.doh.wa.gov/ websites. We also have a COVID-19 Alert Page on our website. Should you have additional concerns, call our office at 425-243-5764.

Telemedicine Visits Now Available!



Telehealth Medicare Benefits Expanded as a Lifeline for Patients During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Call 425-243-5773 to Schedule Your Appointment

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Learn More about Telehealth

 

READ DR. REPASS' BLOG POST ON COVID-19

 

About the Practice

Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment in Mercer Island, Washington, is an outpatient detox and treatment center serving the greater Seattle and Bellevue metropolitan area that offers a blend of conventional, innovative, and holistic services to help patients achieve the fastest and most sustainable recovery. Outpatient detox and treatment is an ideal option for patients who are motivated to get healthier, but need a program that’s flexible enough to work around their schedules.

The team understands that many people attempt to forgo addiction treatment due to their professional commitments, parenting responsibilities, or for the sake of anonymity. To counter these roadblocks to recovery, Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment offers a caring staff and comfortable surroundings, treating your unique situation while comforting your anxieties.  

The clinic’s founder, Richard Repass, is board-certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine and has more than a decade of experience. The medical professionals advocate for their patients’ health and happiness by tailoring treatments to meet their individual needs. They aim to build a community rooted in the value of life and good health.

Patients with a substance use disorder may receive medication-assisted treatment (MAT), but the team at Revolution Psychiatric Addiction Treatment is proud to be one of the few providers of BR+ NAD detox in the country. NAD, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, is produced in the body, where it’s absolutely essential for energy production, neurotransmitter synthesis, and DNA repair.

An IV infusion of NAD is a safe and excellent way to detox. NAD isn’t addictive like medications used during other detox modalities, and it successfully stops cravings. Most patients find that their cravings are diminished within a day or two and gone by the end of their detox. NAD detox only takes about two weeks, and it’s done on an outpatient basis. Dr. Repass treats alcohol, opioid, methamphetamine, cannabis, benzodiazepine, and kratom addictions.

The general psychiatric services at Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment provide treatment for all types of mental health disorders, from anxiety and depression to post-traumatic stress disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Dr. Repass also helps patients with neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. 

The team at Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment look forward to welcoming new and existing patients. Call the office to schedule your next appointment.

 

Welcome to Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment

 

We provide loans for your treatment needs.

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Accepted Insurance Providers

Please contact our office directly for any coverage-related questions. Thank you.

Aetna
Beacon Health Options
Cigna
Medicare
Premera

We are proud providers of RealNAD+

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Preventing Overdose


 

Narcan/naloxone is a critical tool to prevent opioid overdose.  It is available without prescription in the state of Washington. Find naloxone (Narcan) at a pharmacy near you.

Instructional videos can be found online. Dr. Repass is more than happy to instruct you as well at your next appointment.

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NAD+ supports the immune system. Please consider RealNAD.com sublingual supplementation, and BR+ treatment to support health and wellbeing. 


  

  • Immune system CD-38 function depends upon NAD+ 
  • Inflammation and free radical development deplete NAD+ stores
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Blog Articles

COVID-19 and Your Health

At Revolution, our patients' health is our top priority, and Telehealth support is now available! We want you to know that within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of alcohol and other substances can affect the general health of the body...

How Addiction Rewires Your Brain

Addiction is so much more than lack of willpower. Addictive substances impact your brain’s reward center in a way that makes you dependent on the source of your pleasure. Learn how addiction rewires your brain and how to get the help you need.

Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • "Nothing feels rushed. He's engaged & compassionate the entire time and is dedicated to getting to the root of your issues."

    Eliott
  • "My experience with Revolution Psychiatry has been nothing but positive... He is caring, flexible and kind."

    Mary H.
  • "Dr. Repass, in my humble opinion, is an out of the box thinker in the field of addiction and addiction therapy."

    Verified Patient
Location
Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment
2737 78th Ave SE, #100
Mercer Island, WA 98040
Phone: 425-243-5764
Fax: 425-818-3821
Office Hours

Get in touch

425-243-5764

Please also feel free to reach us via our clinic phone number: 

206-695-2707

You can also email us at: 

revolutionpsych@icloud.com

DISCLAIMER: NAD+ qualifies as a supplement under FDA guidelines. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Intravenous NAD+ therapy is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.