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Olalla Recovery Centers, Lala Cove Lane Southeast, Olalla, Wa

12850 SE Lala Cove Lane, Olalla, Washington, 98359
Olalla Recovery Services offers drug and alcohol abuse treatment services for adult men and women. Olalla also offers specialized programs for Native Americans that utilize a modified spiritual equivalent to the 12-step model. Treatment services include assessment, detoxification and stabilization, residential treatment, outpatient care, and relapse prevention training.

Facility Highlights

  • Meditation
  • Yoga
  • Acupuncture

Specialization

  • Individual Therapy

    This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an 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

  • Private/Secluded

Meet the Staff

  • Christine Lynch, BA, CDPT
    Christine Lynch, BA, CDPTExecutive Director
    Christine has been with Olalla Recovery Centers since 2000. Prior to her work in chemical dependency, Christine worked in the law enforcement and legal field for over ten years. She has a degree in psychology, business administration and human resource management. April 2013, Christine was appointed to serve as Executive Director for the organization. Christine oversees both the residential program in Olalla and outpatient program in Gig Harbor. Christine is also the Treasurer for the Washington State Association of Addiction Professionals, a member of the Gig Harbor/Key Peninsula Suicide Prevention Coalition, and a member of the Gig Harbor/Key Peninsula Youth Violence Prevention Coalition.
  • David Nogle, BA, CDP
    David Nogle, BA, CDPOutpatient Counselor
    David is relatively new to the field of chemical dependency counseling; however, he has over four years of doing individual support for those dealing with family and personal trials through a Christian-based support program. David chose to work in chemical dependency treatment through his own personal experience within his family. He recognized the need for assistance in dealing with the chemically dependent is growing and felt this field is where he could be of service to others. David enjoys building & refinishing furniture as well as remodeling. He volunteers at various non-profit organizations in the area as well.

Financial Details

  • Financing Available

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ABOUT OLALLA RECOVERY CENTERS

Located on 12 wooded acres outside Seattle-Tacoma, Olalla Recovery Centers (ORC) offers a continuum of holistic treatment for individuals struggling with substance use disorders, including unique Native American and gender-specific programming. The Olalla Guest Lodge is one of 18 (4.5 percent of 396) treatment facilities in Washington to provide residential detox services.

Up to 90 days of residential care is available to adults, as well as outpatient programming for adults and teenagers, through Gig Harbor Counseling. Nationally, just 26 percent of facilities provide specialized treatment for adolescents.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Services at Olalla Recovery Centers may begin with a Johnson model intervention involving family and friends. Family involvement is prioritized at ORC through a dedicated four-week program.

This facility prides itself on individualized treatment plans. Residential programming serves both clients who are participating in treatment for the first time and those continuing in rehabilitation, through Olalla’s relapse prevention program. In addition to evidence-based group therapy and educational lectures, clients can expect to participate in an array of activities addressing physical and spiritual recovery. Opportunities include 12-step meetings, yoga, meditation, Reiki, and acupuncture, a service available at just 5.6 percent of Washington facilities.

Native American addiction recovery programming involves education and participation in the Medicine Wheel, smudging ceremonies, and a monthly Spiritual Circle, led by Native American elders.

Both individual and group counseling are available through ORC’s outpatient programming. The facility’s intensive outpatient program (IOP) offers beginning and relapse prevention support. Adolescent treatment follows an intensive 24-week Matrix Model, which involves education, 12-step principles, and drug-testing.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The treatment team at Olalla Recovery Centers includes master’s-level chemical dependency professionals (CDP), a Reiki master, and staff members with varied backgrounds in personal recovery, the military, the Peace Corps, crisis management, and vocational services. ORC is among the 29 percent of facilities nationwide accredited by CARF.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

The picturesque facilities at Olalla Recovery Centers offer views of Mount Rainier and Puget Sound. Gender-separate dorms serve a total of 47 residents in simple, shared bedrooms. The lodge grounds offer basketball, extensive outdoor walkways and seating, and a bright, airy dining room.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

Six of seven alumni polled to date by Rehabs.com would recommend Olalla Recovery Centers to others. The six polled more extensively on an array of metrics indicated strong satisfaction with the mind-body-spirit approach at the core of treatment.

Family Participation: 4.6/5
Holistic Offerings: 4.5/5
Exercise and Leisure: 4.2/5

Alumni tended to highlight accommodations and the staff’s “caring touch,” along with their professionalism. Lower average ratings suggested some found psychotherapy approaches somewhat limited.

Cleanliness: 5/5
Staff Experience and Training 4.7/5
Counseling options: 3.4/5

Elsewhere, alumni feedback for ORC was mostly positive. On Google, 11 reviewers contributed to a rating of 3.2 out of five stars.[1] Critical alumni cited financial concerns and inadequate treatment, while positive reviewers described transformational experiences. In a representative review, A.D. wrote: “I learned so much about myself and healed more than I could ever imagine.” Two Yellowpages.com reviews offered polarized perspectives, one characterizing the program as chaotic and the other as life-saving.[2]

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

Reviews from three loved ones surveyed by Rehabs.com were favorable, each awarding four or five stars for the level of family participation. "Staff is motivated and compassionate. Very knowledgable (many have also had addiction issues). Program fully involves patients with their own treatment plans," one loved one wrote.

WHAT STAFF SAY

The sole staff member surveyed by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing praised the facility’s secluded location, Native American focus, and “commitment to patient care.” Likewise, on Indeed, five former or current employees rated Olalla Recovery Centers 4.2 out of five stars on average. One repeated perspective was of committed staff working with insufficient funding.[3]

FINANCING

Olalla Recovery Centers accepts coverage through most insurance providers, including Apple Health, according to its website. Some in-house financing also is available. To date, the seven individuals polled by Rehabs.com on the matter appreciated the facility's cost.

Affordability: 5/5

[1] GoogleReviews
[2] https://www.yellowpages.com/olalla-wa/mip/olalla-recovery-centers-452840528
[3] https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Olalla-Recovery-Centers/reviews

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