Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in Washington

Once you’ve mentally committed to getting help for addiction, you’ll want to start searching for treatment right away while your resolve is strong. With so many options available, you may not know where to begin; however, a good place to start is by scrolling through directory listings here. You can view find contact information for facilities in your local region of Washington, view details about the programs, and see reviews and ratings.

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WA Substance Abuse Facts

Substance abuse and addiction are prevalent conditions that can impact both mental and physical health and have serious, if not deadly consequences. In the state of Washington:

  • Nearly 700 people died of opioid overdoses in 2016, based on preliminary reports.1
  • More than 2,000 Washington residents died from drug- or alcohol-related causes in 2015.2
  • More than 5% of all adults aged 18-25 in the state are estimated to have used cocaine (including crack) in the past year.3

Although drug and alcohol abuse affects so many Washington residents, the fact remains that not everyone who needs addiction treatment gets it. In 2015, there were about 337,000 people in Washington with a diagnosable alcohol use disorder; however, a single-day count of the state’s rehab centers showed enrollment of just over 50,000.4 Of those enrolled in treatment, more than 50% needed rehab for both alcohol and drug abuse.4

Abusing substances such as opioids, methamphetamine, alcohol, and even prescription medications can have a severe detrimental effect on a person’s livelihood and wellbeing. If you display compulsive behavior related to drug use, continue to use drugs despite negative consequences, or have even tried unsuccessfully to quit using drugs on your own, you may have a substance use disorder that requires professional treatment.5

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

Addiction treatment can take place in a variety of settings and formats, including full-time inpatient or residential rehab, outpatient programs, detoxification services, group therapy sessions, and one-on-one meetings with an individual counselor.

Whether it’s your home state or you’re traveling to WA from another state to escape a triggering home environment, the plentiful options and amenities offered by Washington rehab facilities guarantee that there’s something for everyone. During your research, it will be up to you to decide which features will best help you in recovery.

Where Else Can I Find Help?

If finances are a concern, you will likely want to review your payment options before entering rehab. Determine what your budget is, find out what your health insurance will cover, and find a facility that will work with you, either through payment installments of a pre-determined amount or a sliding scale in which the amount you’re charged for services is based on your ability to pay.

If you do not have health insurance or your insurance doesn’t cover addiction treatment, there are other options available. Washington’s state Medicaid insurance program as well as the federal government’s Medicare insurance are mandated to cover substance abuse treatment programs. There are also low-interest healthcare loans and credit lines available so you can set up a payment plan that suits your needs.

Other places you can turn to for help getting started in addiction recovery include:

  • 12-step programs.
  • Your local church or community center.
  • Your primary care physician.

Resources in Washington

If you’re in need of help or love someone who is struggling, there are excellent resources available from local state agencies, as well as nationwide initiatives to curb the damage done by substance abuse. Check out the following:

  • Washington State Department of Social and Health Services: The department’s Mental Health and Addiction Services page features quick links to many hot topics and frequently asked questions. Learn about children’s programs, state hospitals, low-cost options, and crisis resources.
  • org: The Washington State Interagency Opioid Working Plan created this site as a resource to help prevent and treat opioid overdoses in the state. Learn about preventing prescription opioid abuse, how to use naloxone in overdose situations, where to find support for family members, and other information on the statewide initiative.
  • Washington Recovery Help Line: Call (866) 789-1511 for 24-hour support for substance abuse, gambling problems, and mental health issues. The help line provides crisis intervention, as well as referrals to treatment providers and community resources.

If you’re still unsure of how to get started, call 1-888-744-0069Who Answers? to speak with a treatment support advisor who can answer your questions and help you find a rehab facility that will meet your needs.

Sources:
  1. Washington State Department of Health. (2017). Opioid-Related Deaths in Washington State, 2006-2016.
  2. Washington State Department of Health. (n.d.). Death Tables by Topic.
  3. Hughes, A., Williams, M., Lipari, R. et. al. (2016). State estimates of past year cocaine use among young adults: 2014 and 2015.The CBHSQ Report: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Rockville, MD.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer: Washington, Volume 4: Indicators as measured through the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services, and the Uniform Reporting System. HHS Publication No. SMA– 17–Baro–16–States–WA. Rockville, MD.
  5. American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing.
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