NATIVE AMERICAN PROGRAM
Our Native American program is designed to allow patients to move past their addiction and grow spiritually, rebuilding the bonds they have with their culture.
Affordable residential drug and alcohol treatment, a short drive from Seattle. We offer a residential treatment program in Olalla and an outpatient treatment program in Gig Harbor to help you find your whole self on your journey through recovery. Focusing on a lasting recovery, we treat each patient with respect and dignity. We recognize each person as a unique individual with unique circumstances. Alcohol and drug addictions constitute a primary, chronic disease with genetic, biological, psychological, sociological and environmental factors influencing its development and manifestations. The disease is progressive and fatal if untreated. Like any other illness, chemical dependency must be treated by skilled professionals.
Ongoing Commitment to Providing Quality Treatment – CARF is an independent, nonprofit organization whose certification is the “hallmark of quality” due to the high quality treatment standards required of certified agencies. CARF accredited programs must have a formal system in place for program improvements and continued enhancements that relies at least in part on gathering input from the patients and referents served. Our program continues to be awarded this certification, demonstrating our on-going commitment to providing the highest quality of treatment to our patients. Both of our sites proudly display the CARF accreditation.
Our residential program, Olalla Guest Lodge, offers safe withdrawal from substances in preparation for fullengagement into treatment services. Patients are monitored under the close supervision of qualified staff in a comfortable setting during the withdrawal process. Patient care and safety are our number one priority. We are not a medical withdrawal management program – should patients need a full-scale medical withdrawal program, our Admissions Team can assist with referrals and coordination of services. Our withdrawal management program is designed as an ambulatory withdrawal program (often referred to as “social detox”
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