Assessments (Adult & Youth)
Deferred Prosecution Assessments
Spanish Assesments, Spanish ADIS, Spanish Level 1
Child Custody Assessments
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Intensive Relapse Prevention (IRP)
Continuing Care (Continuing Care is designed to maintain motivation for recovery and keep patients accountable.)
Level One (This program is primarily focused on education and prevention of future problems.)
Alcohol Drug Information School (ADIS)
Urinalysis (UA walk-ins welcome)
Hair Follicle Testing (by appointment)
Other Spanish Services
Payment for assessments are due at time of visit. We now accept Premera (Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Regence), Coordinated Care, Ambetter, Amerigroup, Health Alliance and Aetna insurance.
Drug and Alcohol Assessment (Adult and Youth)
All alcohol and drug assessments are conducted by chemical dependency professionals or chemical dependency professional trainees under the supervision of a fully licensed supervisor. The assessment process takes approximately 2.5 hours and includes a urinalysis test. Once the assessment is completed, the individual is scheduled for a follow up appointment to go over the results of his/her assessment.
Mild Substance Use Disorder Program (Level 1)
If an individual is found to have a “mild” substance use disorder, they may be placed in our mild substance use disorder program. This program, previously known as the “abuse level,” consists of group and individual sessions and is focused on education and prevention of future substance use issues. Participants are encouraged to evaluate how current use of substances has negatively impacted his/her life (i.e. legal involvement, social problems, etc.) and take steps to address these issues.
Intensive Outpatient (Level 2.1)
If an individual is found to have a “moderate” to “severe” substance use disorder, they may be placed in our intensive outpatient program. This program is focused on education participants about substance use disorders as well as strategies to discontinue use and prevent relapse. Our curriculum includes a wide variety of information and primarily utilizes the cognitive behavioral approach. IOP group sessions take place Monday through Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Once participants have completed the intensive outpatient program they will be placed in a continuing care program tailored to his/her individual needs.
Continuing Care (Level 1)
Once an individual has completed an intensive level of care, they will often be placed in our continuing care program. The main goal of this program is to maintain motivation for recovery and keep participants accountable. This program consists of group and individual session. Group sessions take place on Thursday evenings from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Continuing care is based solely on the participants needs and can last as long as necessary.