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    American Behavioral Health Systems Chehalis


    500 SE Washington Avenue Chehalis WA 98532

    American Behavioral Health Systems Cozza


    44 East Cozza Drive Spokane WA 99208

    Barth Clinic Barth and Associates


    201 East Lincoln Avenue Yakima WA 98901

    Breakthrough Recovery Group Inc


    11711 East Sprague Avenue Spokane WA 99206

    Cascade Medical Advantage


    800 East Chestnut Street Bellingham WA 98226

    Cascade Mental Healthcare Chehalis


    135 West Main Street Chehalis WA 98532

    Cedar Grove Counseling Inc


    494 South Forks Avenue Forks WA 98331

    Cedar Grove Counseling Inc


    806 South Vine Street Port Angeles WA 98362

    Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment


    327 Okanogan Avenue Wenatchee WA 98801

    Columbia Wellness Wellness and Recovery Center


    720 14th Avenue Longview WA 98632

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  • Lawmakers in Washington’s communities are working to change the tide of the opioid epidemic in their state. The state has initiated an Unwanted Medicines Return Program to reduce the availability of painkillers. Some lawmakers are even trying to fight back against pharmaceutical companies, which supply the opioid painkillers that so often lead to dependence and contribute to the state’s growing heroin problem. Washington State’s Department of Social and Health Services is committed to strengthening its prevention programs and improving its treatment services.

    If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, there are resources available to help you in Washington. Substance abuse and addiction are not moral failings, and the state has taken an empathetic approach to treatment that seeks to truly help people in need. Don’t delay any longer. The first step towards freedom is asking for help. Call us today to talk about your rehab options in Washington: 1-866-317-7050.

    • Among Washington’s population 12 or older, more than 500,000 people are dependent upon or abusing drugs and/or alcohol each year. That’s around 12% of the population.
    • Around 10% of those people in need of treatment receive treatment services.
    • In 2015, alcohol and heroin were the most reported primary substances of abuse in Washington’s treatment centers.
    • From just 2013 to 2015, the percentage of people in treatment who primarily abused heroin increased by almost 10%.
    • Almost half of heroin users in treatment in Washington are between the ages of 21 and 30.
  • Whether you’re living with substance abuse or watching a loved one struggle, you may feel helpless. But, recovery is very possible, and a treatment facility in Washington can help you along the way. Treatment is a process of healing and lifestyle change, in which you or your loved one will learn the skills and gain the tools needed to live life in sobriety. With over 400 rehabs in Washington to choose from, we can help you find a quality facility that meets your needs.

    The first decision to make is between an inpatient or outpatient treatment setting. Inpatient rehabs are also called residential rehabs, because clients become residents of the facility while they’re in treatment. They have access to daily therapy and counseling sessions, as well as constant care and support. The most beneficial aspect of inpatient treatment is that clients are safely separated from potential threats to their sobriety in their home environment, and have the chance to practice living sober for a period of time.

    Outpatient treatment is a more flexible treatment option that offers therapy and counseling groups during the day, but clients live at home and are still able to go to work or school. Many people have greater success in long-term recovery when they go to outpatient treatment after attending inpatient treatment. In other cases, outpatient is a more feasible and affordable alternative option than inpatient. In either treatment format, some form of treatment is far more beneficial than no treatment.

    The next step is to consider what treatment services or programs might best help you or your loved one. There are all women’s or all men’s facilities, as well as adolescent rehabs. You’ll also come across dual diagnosis facilities in Washington, that specialize in treating underlying mental and behavioral disorders that contribute to substance abuse. For some people with eating disorders, anxiety, depression, or other mood disorders, treating these conditions is just as crucial to their recovery as treating substance abuse.

    A final and essential thing to consider is payment for treatment. Most rehabs in Washington accept cash or self-payment, but treatment can be costly. Many facilities accept insurance plans, whether they be private plans, Medicaid, state-financed insurance, or military insurance. And, almost half of Washington rehabs will work to offer treatment at no charge for clients who can’t afford it. We can help you find a treatment center that’s affordable, and that suits your individual needs. Call us today: 1-866-317-7050.

    • Comprehensive substance abuse assessments and diagnoses
    • Both individual and group counseling
    • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Relapse prevention
    • Education about substance abuse
    • Washington State’s Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) oversees and funds substance abuse treatment services through its Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery (DBHR). The Division was created to integrate services for substance use, mental health, and problem gambling, as well as strengthen prevention and recovery services to create healthier communities.
    • The DBHR provides contact information for local Behavioral Health Organizations across the state, as well as a directory of substance use disorder treatment agencies. The DBHR also funds the 24-hour Washington Recovery Help Line, for crisis intervention and referrals to detox, treatment, and recovery support groups.
    • In addition to providing treatment resources, the DBHR is also heavily involved in prevention efforts across the state of Washington. Through community-based organizations (CBOs), the state’s College Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention, and intervention specialists in Washington schools, the division is committed to reducing substance abuse and building healthier communities.
    • The Washington Healthy Youth (WHY) Coalition is a partnership of government organizations across the state, working to prevent and reduce underage substance use. The coalition implements statewide prevention campaigns, while also working with local communities to address problematic laws, norms, and attitudes surrounding substances.
    • Rx4Life is a local non-profit organization in Washington established by the parents of a teenage girl struggling with prescription pain medication addiction, in an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of prescription drug abuse. The organization is now a part of the Inland Northwest Community Foundation (INWCF) and brings funds to local schools for ongoing education about prescription pain medication abuse.
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