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Intensive Outpatient may last from 4 to 12 weeks, and consists of group therapy 4 times per week. During this phase of the recovery process the primary treatment focus is on education, developing structure, and motivation for change.
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu; 6PM to 8PM or Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu; 10AM to noon
Weekly Aftercare may last from 3 to 6 months, and consists of group therapy 1 to 2 times per week. During this phase, patients are actively engaged in their own recovery and maintain contact with staff to problem solve recovery issues that arise. Designed as a follow up to Intensive Outpatient.
Alcohol/Drug Information School is an state approved education class designed for individuals who have a low likelihood of Substance Use Disorders, but need education/early intervention to prevent further consequences of use. It is not a counseling session, even though the instructor is often a counselor. ADIS is scheduled the fourth Saturday of every month, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
Substance Abuse Outpatient may last from 12 to 26 weeks, and consists of group therapy at least once weekly. During this phase, the primary focus is on education and examining lifestyle choices. The schedule is the same was weekly aftercare.
Relapse Prevention is designed for individuals who have completed primary treatment in the past, relapsed, and need to address triggers and warning signs in order to prevent recurrence. RPP involves a brief restructuring period (usually 4 weeks IOP) followed by weekly group therapy.
Anger Management Different from certified Domestic Violence counseling, this course is designed with anger recognition and control in mind. The curriculum is flexible in that it can be taught either in a single day format, or via weekly sessions. This course is perfect for people whose anger issues have not resulted in a "Domestic Violence" conviction.
We provide a full Deferred Prosecution treatment program in accordance with RCW 10.05, including the necessary documentation required of treatment providers facilitating the program.
Although we specialize in providing the complete program, we gladly accept transfers wherein a person has completed part of the program at another facility.
We provide both adult and youth evaluations in English and Spanish. We are approved to conduct evaluations for the Washington Department of Health and The Division of Child and Family Services.
We guarantee that everyone who comes in for a consultation will, at a minimum, leave with a plan of action, even if it doesn't include treatment.
All services are available in Spanish, including assessment, group and individual counseling, consultation, and family therapy.
Available for those who seek guidance in strengthening their existing recovery programs.
Consultations are free and confidential. We guarantee to provide consultees with an actionable plan, whether it involves treatment or not.