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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Blaine, Washington

If dependence on alcohol or medication is negatively affecting your personal and professional life, Blaine has a large number of top-rated drug abuse facilities to help you or a relative. Whether addicted to Khat, opiates, pain medication or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the top help available. You can even find exclusive or exclusive treatment in Blaine to make rehab as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Blaine, WA

Bridges Treatment and Recovery
6044 Portal Way Ferndale, WA 98248
- 11 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Washington

Sundown M Ranch

My son attended Sundown M Ranch. While they have the staff / patient ratio of 1/8 that is required by the State of WA, the staffing was inadequate for the youths that were there. My son was bullied by the other boys for the fact that his use on intake was much less serious than theirs and that he hadn't been charged with a felony. He also felt peer pressure to bully every newcomer that came in. So it was like prison with the cruel pecking order that is established when there is a lack of leadership. The boys weren't supposed to go into each others' rooms but they did all the time. He didn't open a bottle of shampoo that I left with him because another boy had his shampoo urinated in. He couldn't tell the staff what was going on without being labeled a snitch. He was afraid of getting jumped at night in his sleep. The staff was aware of the bullying but powerless to do much about it without more supervision or the boys coming forward, which they couldn't do without fear of retaliation. The food was good, comfort type food, but, as someone who is trained in nutrition, heavy on things that can encourage aggression. No fish or beans. My son's two counselors were lovely women. They need a younger male counselor(s); there is only one male counselor and he is pretty aggressively confrontational. I was glad we didn't get him. A lot of the boys come from homes without a father and need better role models. The senior staff were kind of emotionally hard. The setting is beautiful in the Yakima Valley but they aren't using the natural world at all. No garden, no hikes, very little outdoor play. They would have better outcomes if the kids spent more time outside. There was very little enrichment. The equipment for the ping pong table was shot, no library, games, or therapy dog. They relied heavily on groups, individual counseling and DVD's. I think having individual addicts in recovery come in to tell their stories would be great. The family program was really informative and really helped us. My son graduated successfully from the program but ended up in the ER after overdosing just a few weeks after the program. His behavior also got seriously worse after Sundown and I can't help but wonder if it was the influence of the kids he was with. We put him in a longer Wilderness program 6 weeks after his graduation. Sundown wasn't the right program for my son. I wish I had sent him elsewhere.

- A
3.7 out of 5
Yakima, WA

Lakeside-Milam Recovery Center - Burien Inpatient

Counselors who were experienced, visiting days, education Facility was old and outdated, they mixed adolescents with adults, portions of food were huge I think they could use a remodel. The facility is old and doesn't have enough room to hold patients. The counselors were great, but the facility was old.

- Anonymous
3.7 out of 5
SW Burien, WA

John Volken Academy - Seattle

The website says it all – ‘You become who you were meant to be.’ We had lost our son, Eric, to addiction. He hadn’t passed away, but was certainly in danger of it. He had become a stranger to us – an imposter in our beautiful son’s body. He struggled with extreme opiate addiction – and really whatever mind altering substances he could get his hands on – for over a decade!! He bounced in and out of jail and homelessness. It was gut-wrenching and heartbreaking! He tried a number of other traditional drug rehab facilities ‘graduating’ from some 30-40 day programs and dropping out or being kicked out of others. When we heard about JVA, we begged him to go. Initially, he was adamant that there was ‘no way in hell’ that he needed or would ever attend a 2-year program. After continued failed attempts trying other methods/programs, he applied and was accepted to JVA. He initially committed to going for 6 months. After 6 months there, he told us that he had decided that he was going to stay the whole time and promised to graduate the program. He said that he saw changes in people more advanced in the program than himself who had qualities he admired and looked up to – and wanted the same for himself. He put in the hard work – making the most of his time there - ceasing the opportunity to learn, grow and better his life and that of others. He graduates at the end of this month and has a bright future ahead of him if he stays on track (and we are optimistic he will) – with employment lined up, and the tools and resources necessary to not only navigate and survive – but to thrive!! Thank you, John and Chawna Volken, for your vision, generosity and wisdom in creating this program- and for making it affordable to all! We have our son back – the man, family member and person he was always meant to be. We are eternally grateful!

- Brooke
4.7 out of 5
Kent, WA