Gateway Institute Expands Its Reach with New Office in Seattle, Washington


Seattle, Washington, April 10, 2024 – The Gateway Institute, a pioneering organization dedicated to offering comprehensive support and innovative treatments for individuals living with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), is thrilled to announce the grand opening of its new office in Seattle, Washington, on April 15, 2024. This expansion is a testament to the Gateway Institute’s commitment to enhancing access to specialized OCD treatment and support services across the Pacific Northwest.

Location and Strategic Intent

Situated at 11900 NE 1st St Ste #300, Bellevue, WA 98005, the new office is strategically positioned to act as a beacon of hope and a center of excellence for those affected by OCD in the Seattle area. The choice of Seattle for the Gateway Institute’s latest expansion capitalizes on the city’s vibrant community and its reputation as a hub for health innovation and technology.

“Opening our new office in Seattle is a significant step towards creating a more robust community and a safe haven for those affected by OCD in the Pacific Northwest,” said Jim Sterner, Founder and Director of the Gateway Institute. “With our new location and the easy-to-remember 833 HEAL OCD hotline, we aim to bring our specialized care and support closer to individuals and families navigating the challenges of OCD.”

Operations and Community Engagement

The Seattle office will begin its operations with a dedicated team of OCD specialists, with plans to expand its staff and services to meet the increasing demand for OCD treatment and support in the region. The Gateway Institute is also dedicated to fostering community engagement and awareness about OCD through workshops, seminars, and support groups.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new office is scheduled for April 15, 2024, at [specific time], at the Bellevue location. The event will highlight insights from Jim Sterner and other leaders at the Gateway Institute, share experiences from community members, and unveil the organization’s future initiatives. The local community, healthcare professionals, and media are invited to attend and discover more about the impact of OCD and the resources available through the Gateway Institute.

About the Gateway Institute

The Gateway Institute stands at the forefront of tackling Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder through specialized treatment, research, and community support. Dedicated to empowering individuals with OCD to lead fulfilling lives, the Gateway Institute offers a wide range of services from therapy and support groups to educational resources. For more information about the Gateway Institute and its services, visit or call 833 HEAL OCD (833-432-5623).

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Phone: 833 HEAL OCD (833-432-5623) ext 888

With the opening of its new office in Seattle, the Gateway Institute is set to make a significant impact, furthering its mission to support those living with OCD and their families.