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Seattle, Washington

15 free treatment programs. 12 inpatient drug & alcohol rehab centers. 106 outpatient. 15 drug & alcohol detox centers in Seattle. 5 luxury residential. Sort for top accredited addiction rehabs in Seattle, WA.
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Rehab describes structured programs designed to help people stop using drugs or alcohol and learn to live a healthy life. More on rehab.

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Counselors and therapists can help you identify factors that underly your substance use, to avoid triggers, to strengthen your motivation, and to navigate treatment options. They can also team with certified professionals to administer medication-assisted treatment. More on counseling.

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Support groups provide a space for getting social support, a sense of empowerment, and motivation from people who have faced — or are facing — similar challenges and circumstances. More on support groups.

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Treatment Facilities Near Me

Whether you are looking to find a facility nearby or want to distance yourself from potential relapse triggers, location is a crucial factor to consider when looking for substance abuse treatment.

When searching for a treatment facility in the Seattle area, there are hundreds of options to choose from. Most facilities in the area are in Seattle, itself. There are also many options in Bellevue, Renton, Kirkland, Kent, and Redmond.


Choosing a Treatment Facility

Start Your Recovery offers valuable advice for those who are looking to find the best rehab centers for their own unique situation.

Rehab centers in and around Seattle provide several treatment options. They include:


Payment Options

There are many payment options to consider when looking for a rehab center in the Seattle area.

Most treatment facilities in and around Seattle accept private health insurance and Medicaid. Only a small percentage of facilities offer free treatment, but many accept Medicare and offer payment assistance or a sliding fee scale, based on a person’s income. 


Inpatient Rehab Centers

Live-in, residential facilities or inpatient rehab centers allow patients to live at the facility while seeking treatment. Depending on the facility’s regulations, patients may be able to stay anywhere between three weeks to a year to receive care and support during their recovery.  

There are dozens of inpatient rehab centers in the Seattle area.


Outpatient Rehab Centers 

Outpatient rehab centers also offer daily treatment but at a program site, where patients can come and go, continuing to live in their own home. 

There are hundreds of outpatient rehab centers in and around Seattle. Seattle, itself, has the highest number of them. There are also dozens of options to choose from in Bellevue, Renton, Kirkland, Kent, and Redmond.

By understanding the differences between inpatient and outpatient rehab centers, you will be better prepared to choose a facility that is right for you. 


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Medical Assistance for an Overdose

According to Washington State Legislature, a person acting in good faith who seeks medical assistance for someone experiencing an overdose cannot be charged for possession of a controlled substance. Likewise, a person experiencing an overdose cannot be charged for possession of a controlled substance.

Registered facilities can now provide real-time data on their availability. Learn More