Whether it is your first visit or fifth treatment, our goal is to assist YOU and your family to a successful, healthy, recovery. We offer services that help our patients through every step to recovery. We understand that every situation is unique and we tailor to fit each individuals needs.



We want to give everyone a chance to talk with us before taking an assessment or making any treatment decisions. We understand that every person's needs are unique and we want to ensure you are comfortable with our programs and our staff upon arrival. We are an open door that welcomes with open arms. 


An in depth assessment to understand a person’s unique situation. We want to understand our patients, what they are currently dealing with and where they want to be, so we can better determine a program that best suits their needs. The e can understand about our patients, the better our treatment programs will be. We typically want to understand our patients alcohol and other drug history, criminal record, driving record, how they have been affected by drugs and alcohol, abuse issues, loss and grief issues, relapse history, work environment, family affairs.

Alcohol/Drug Information School (ADIS): 

State Certified eight hour program that meets the requirements of Washington State Court and Probation guidelines as well as Department of Licensing requirements. Our staff works hard to ensure each individuals success in this program. 


We specialize in educating patients and their families on relapse prevention. Some information included (But not limited to):

-          Help identify warning signs and triggers

-          Establish written plans to refer back to

-          Early innovation plan

-          Recovery Plan

-          Phone List to share with others to keep accountability partners

-          Help family members put together a relapse program together to                                communicate warning signs.






We have treatment programs available every week from Monday through Thursday. The amount of classes and frequency is dependent on our patient's treatment plan.  


We have intensive outpatient treatment plans which is 9 week program scheduled for a class Mondays through Thursdays. Treatment varies per patient. 

ADOLESCENT TREATMENT : Tuesday - Thursday 3- 5p.m

We have age specific programs for teens ages 13 - 17yrs. that is an 8 week program.

KID POWER! : Wednesday from 6-7p.m.

Our hope is to create social change by educating our youth early. Join us on for our weekly KID POWER events where we host free childhood education. We do kid friendly games to educate on prevention and early awareness. This weekly class is FREE and open to the general public.

55 AND ALIVE! : Thursday 6-8p.m.

Older Adult Treatment Group We pride ourselves in understanding that patient treatment is different at all ages and walks of life. We hold a separate group for ages 55+ we we also educate on loss and grief, physical or verbal abuse and affects of medications with alcohol.

FAMILY NIGHTS : Wednesday evenings

We understand how important it is to be supported by family. Join us for our family nights, where family can sit in with the patient and get information about family affects, information about substance abuse and prevention. May include video education. Family is FREE.  


We can provide you with information on other support groups including but not limited to alcoholics anonymous, narcotics anonymous and celebrate recovery. Ask us about how our support groups can assist in our patients recovery.


- Weekly Aftercare

- Monthly Monitoring

- Individual Counseling

- Gender Specific Groups

- Mild Substance Use Disorder Treatment

- Deferred Prosecution Treatment




Signs of possible alcohol abuse:

  You feel guilty or ashamed about your drinking

  You have friends or family members who are worried about your drinking

  You attempt to hide or lie about your drinking habits

  You feel like you “need” to drink in order to relax

  You frequently black out or forget what you did while you drank

  You regularly find yourself drinking more than you planned



Signs of possible drug abuse:

You fail in your attempts to stop using the drug

You feel like you have to maintain a supply of the drug

You can’t afford the drug, but spend money on it anyway

You feel like you need to use the drug regularly

You go out of your way to obtain the drug

You feel like you need the drug to deal with problems

You focus more time & energy on getting & using the drug