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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Alcohol and Drug Recovery is a Process

At Providence Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment, we understand chemical dependency affects not only the individual, but also family and friends. And, rehabilitation is a process – for everyone involved. It begins with acceptance and understanding of the disease. It relies on abstinence and depends on continued support through participation in community sober support programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, in conjunction with an ongoing treatment program.

Treatment Center for Alcoholism and Other Drug Addictions

Our program is hospital-based and comprised of inpatient, outpatient and day treatment programs. We provide medical detoxification, if needed, as well as rehabilitative treatment for alcoholism and other drug dependencies.

Our staff includes a team of alcohol and drug addiction counselors, doctors, nurses, a nutritionist and spiritual care providers. Our medical director is an addiction medicine doctor who specializes in the treatment of alcoholism and other drug addictions.

We are licensed by the State of Washington and approved as a treatment facility by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Organizations. Our process of a confidential pre-admission screening, followed by extensive initial and ongoing assessment provides the most cost-effective, clinically appropriate treatment – based on the American Society of Addiction Medicine guidelines.

For more information, call (425) 258-7390.

Rehabilitation Services

The treatment staff at Providence Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment provides physical, mental, emotional and spiritual care to patients. The range of services we offer means we’re able to reduce lengths of stay on our inpatient unit and quickly move patients into less intensive treatment settings.

We offer assessments to anyone to help determine whether or not a chemical dependency problem exists. We provide recommendations and referrals (if appropriate) when the assessment is complete.

Individualized treatment modalities include:

  • Medical evaluation
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Education
  • Introduction to community sober support programs
  • Education and interaction with family and concerned others
  • Spiritual care
  • Continuing care


Treatment Options

Inpatient treatment includes assessment, medically monitored detoxification and stabilization (education, group therapy and sober support meetings such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous).

Partial hospitalization (day patient) program consists of daily activities like meditation, group therapy, education and sober support meetings. Day patients return to their own homes each night.

Intensive outpatient program consists of eight weeks of day or evening sessions centered on education, individual and group therapy, family education and community sober support programs. Three-hour sessions, three days per week fulfill the required 72 hours of treatment.

Continuing care
involves weekly care sessions for up to six months following the intensive outpatient program. Groups focus on relapse prevention skills, using support services and addressing recovery issues.

Monthly monitoring
is available to patients who require two-year treatment programs to satisfy legal requirements. Sessions are offered the first Monday of each month – mornings and evenings. Essential facets of this program include drug testing, verification of sober support meeting attendance and status updates.

We also offer:

  • Employee education programs
  • Chemically-using pregnant women’s program
  • Family education
  • Research
  • Outpatient detoxification

For more information, call (425) 258-7390.