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The Center — A Place of HOPE

547 Dayton Street, Edmonds, Washington, 98020
The Center • A Place of HOPE offers authentic, whole-person care for adults with addiction, eating disorder, depression and/or trauma. With a focus on mind/body/spirit wellness, treatment plans are tailored for individual needs. Recovery unfolds in a beautiful, natural setting, away from the pressures of home, aided by the support of an inclusive community of counselors and peers. An active alumni program also helps with aftercare support and reintegration into life post-treatment.

Facility Highlights

  • Luxury Condominium-Style Apartments
  • Whole-Person Care
  • Individualized Treatment Plan

Specialization

  • Process Abuse Treatment

    Not all addictions involve mood-altering chemicals. The term “process addiction” describes the unhealthy use of behaviors (including eating, gambling, sexual activity, shopping, internet use, etc.) that has spiraled out of control and into the realm of addiction.
  • Holistic Therapy

    Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.

Facility Settings

  • Luxury

Meet the Staff

  • Dr. Gregory Jantz
    Dr. Gregory JantzFounder
    Early in his career, working with individuals suffering with eating disorders, Dr. Jantz uncovered a disconnect in treatment options available to people who were hurting. His work revealed that often patients suffered from depression, addiction, and other disorders. As a result, he found himself compelled to dig deeper, developing a multi-disciplinary treatment approach that would care for the whole-person instead of the just the symptoms. His “whole-person” approach to care changed the treatment world. Today it is credited with dramatically improving the effectiveness of treatment for those suffering from disorders.

Financial Details

  • Financing Options Available

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ABOUT THE CENTER: A PLACE OF HOPE

Located 20 minutes north of Seattle in the Washington town of Edmonds, The Center: A Place of Hope provides residential treatment to individuals struggling with substance use disorder, mental health problems or co-occurring disorders. In addition to drug and alcohol dependency, the rehab also treats sex addiction, Internet use addiction, and gambling disorder, the latter two of which are offered by just 2.8 percent and 14.6 percent of treatment facilities in Washington, respectively.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

The average length of stay at The Center is four weeks. The Center's treatment approach is holistic and focuses on the whole person — mind, body, and spirit. Treatment begins with a psychological and medical assessment, and fitness and nutritional testing.

Treatment plans are individualized and will include individual and group therapy. If a client wants to incorporate spiritual renewal into their treatment plan, they can, but are not required to do. Clients can also take advantage of nutritional counseling and fitness programs.

There are also intensive program tracks for those who have experienced emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, as well as domestic violence. The Center is among the 14.9 percent of Washington treatment facilities to offer specialized groups to clients who have experienced domestic violence and/or sexual abuse.

Aftercare includes a week-long alumni program that includes personal phone calls, educational classes, and therapy sessions. An alumni coordinator is always available to alumni.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The Center: A Place of Hope's treatment team includes medical doctors, mental health counselors, chemical dependency counselors, fitness trainers, registered nurses, and eating disorder specialists. Clergy members are also available to clients.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

Clients at The Center reside in condominium-style apartments that feature modern kitchens, living rooms, decks, and patios. Residents may also take advantage of a fitness facility with basketball courts, cardio equipment, yoga rooms (under the guidance of trainers), and free weights. Housekeeping, laundry and linen services are provided at no cost.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

All but one of the 21 former clients polled by Rehabs.com to date gave The Center highly positive feedback. They described the facility as a comfortable, caring, and effective place to recover from a range of addiction issues and mental health problems, including anxiety and PTSD. "The friendly approach of the team at The Center a Place of Hope is a good part to the healing process. I was suffering from anxiety and they were able to reignite passion in my life. I can now look forward to life," C.C. wrote in a representative review.

The one negative reviewer claimed that they were turned off by the rehab's reliance on Christian principles, though no other reviewer, nor the website, mentioned the facility as being faith-based. However, alum Tiffany, who rated a range of specific metrics awarding perfect five-star ratings for the facility's ability to treat co-occurring disorders, the likelihood they'd recommend the facility, and facility cleanliness.

The Center also fared well on Google[1], where it earned an average rating of 4.7 out of five stars based on 88 reviews. "I don’t know how to thank the center and their amazing staff. Were it not for them, I would probably still be struggling with alcohol addiction," Sergio wrote in a representative review.

FINANCING

The Center works with most insurance plans and collaborates with a lending company for those in need of financial assistance.

[1]GoogleReviews

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