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Washington Drug Rehab Locator Service

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We can help you find rehabilitation programs all over the state of Washington.

If you are looking for a drug rehab facility in the state, whether it is for yourself or for a loved one, you have come to the right place. We provide information to help you find the best facility whether you are in Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, Renton, Everett, Yakima, Kirkland, Bellevue, Lynnwood, Kent, or Puyallup, that may otherwise be scattered everywhere and hard to find.

We provide you with the most comprehensive directory listing of the best rehab centers, detox services, and solutions to suit your needs. Not every person is looking for the same type of treatment, which is why this directory lists many different types of solutions. If you are unsure as to what type of treatment may be best, it is possible to use this directory to orientate yourself in order to get a better idea of what is available.

You can expect to find information about:

  • Inpatient Rehab Centers
  • Outpatient Rehab Programs
  • Non-12 Step Rehabs
  • Holistic Detox Options
  • Natural Detoxes
  • Medical Detoxes
  • Recovery Homes
  • And much more

The most important aspect of this list is offering someone struggling with addiction, options of where to go. Oftentimes, addiction can feel like a stranglehold that takes over the life of the person struggling with it. By providing a plethora of options, it is possible to put some of the control back into the hands of the people who need it most.

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Some of the Symptoms

If you are not sure whether you or someone that you care about is struggling with addiction, the following are a number of symptoms that may indicate a substance abuse problem.

  • Neglecting responsibilities.
  • Taking risks while high, using narcotics under dangerous conditions.
  • Abuse leads to legal trouble.
  • Drug use is causing problems in personal relationships.
  • Building up a tolerance to the substance.
  • Taking drugs to relieve or avoid withdrawal symptoms.
  • The feeling of having lost control over the use.
  • Life revolves around continuing its use.
  • Abandoned activities that were once enjoyable.
  • Continued use, despite knowing it is doing damage.
  • Tremors, slurred speech, or impaired coordination.
  • Unusual smells on breath, body, or clothing.
  • Deterioration of physical appearance, personal grooming habits.
  • Sudden weight loss or weight gain.
  • Changes in eating habits or sleep patterns.
  • Bloodshot eyes, pupils larger or smaller than usual.
  • Sudden mood swings, irritability, or angry outbursts.
  • Fearful, anxious, or paranoid, with no reason.

While there are other symptoms that are indicative of substance abuse, these few could indicate a problem. If this directory does anything, it is that it reminds people of the most important thing about addiction - help is available. The sooner action is taken, the better the chances of recovery.

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Drugs Don't Just Harm the Users

When looking at the statistics that indicate how many people are addicted to drugs and alcohol in the state it is important to remember that those statistics do not tell the whole story. It does not account for the family and loved ones of the person struggling with addiction that have to try and come to terms with the drug addiction of someone they care about. It does not account for the types of violent crime directly related to narcotics or break-ins and robberies that are used to fuel a person's substance abuse. Addicts never just harm themselves; that is why a swift response is so vital.

How Serious is the Problem?

You Cannot Give Up

It can be hard to identify and come to terms with addiction. It may be even harder to discover the underlying problems of addiction. Sometimes addiction is the last thing that is running through a person's head. Whether this is because of denial or because they are unable to identify their own problem, it is difficult to convince someone that they have a problem when they fail to see it for themselves. While it may not work for everyone, self-assessment may provide some indicator whether someone has an abuse problem.

  • When using, do you use more than one substance at a time?
  • Do you self medicate more than once per week?
  • Is there a history of abusing prescription medication?
  • Have you attempted to quit in the past but have been unsuccessful?
  • Does your consumption cause feelings of guilt?
  • Have personal relationships ended because of your habit?
  • Are you neglecting family members?
  • Has your addiction resulted in problems with family members, loved ones, or friends?
  • Do family members, loved ones, or friends ever complain about your substance abuse?
  • When under the influence, have you been in fights or confrontations with others?
  • Have you ever lost a job because of your habit?
  • Have you been in trouble at work because of your addiction?
  • Have you participated in illegal activities to finance / feed your habit?
  • When not consuming the substance for an extended period do you feel sick / show signs of withdrawal?
  • Has drug or alcohol use ever resulted in flashbacks or blackouts?
  • Have you reached out to others to get help before?
  • Have you participated in any treatment programs?

If you or a loved one answered 'yes' to any of these questions, it may be a sign of an addict. If you have any questions, contact our qualified counselors and explain the situation.

Speak With a Counselor

Whether you are struggling with an addiction or you are watching someone you know and care about suffering with addiction, help is available. If you are unsure what options are available or what the next step should be, our qualified counselors can help you with that.

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Long-Term Drug Rehabs in Washington

Drug Abuse Prevention Center
2232 South Silverlake Road
Castle Rock, WA 98611
Short-term (30 days or less) & long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

American Behavioral Health Systems
500 SE Washington Avenue
Chehalis, WA 98532
Short-term (30 days or less) & long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Evergreen Manor Inc.
2601 Summit Avenue
Building C
Everett, WA 98201
Long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Colville Tribal Alcohol/Drug Program
11669 South Highway 21
Keller, WA 99140
Long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Lakeside Milam Recovery Centers Inc.
10322 NE 132nd Street
Kirkland, WA 98034
Short-term (30 days or less) & long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

SKAGIT Recovery Center
1905 Continental Place
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Short-term (30 days or less) & long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Gray Wolf Ranch
3804 Hastings Avenue West
Port Townsend, WA 98368
Long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Perinatal Treatment Services
600 North 130th Street
Seattle, WA 98133
Long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Seattle Drug and Narcotic Center
10344 14th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98168
Long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Isabella House
2308 West 3rd Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201
Long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Pioneer Center East
3400 West Garland Street
Spokane, WA 99205
Long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Sundown M Ranch
2280 State Route 821
Yakima, WA 98901
Short-term (30 days or less) & long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

Beths Place
608 Superior Lane
Yakima, WA 98902
Long-term (more than 30 days) treatment services

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