We're Here
To Help You Through The COVID-19 Crisis

Same-Day Admissions: Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Our Priority is to help individuals in Washington State to get treatment for their substance use and mental health conditions, without compromising their personal health and safety!

COVID-19 Response

We’re committed to protecting the health and safety of our employees, clients, providers, their families, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’ve taken special measures at all our facilities, including:



Enhanced and increased frequency of cleaning and disinfection


Social Distancing


Mandatory Screening

Pre-Admission infection screening for all potential new patients


Task Force

Daily task force meetings to review CDC recommendations


Special Training

Increased client and staff education & communication

Contact Us

You’re Not Alone

Speak to a representative anytime (except between 2 am - 6:30 am)

Protecting You
During The Crisis

We’re rapidly responding and adapting to the evolving challenges of the crisis. This requires carefully monitoring the situation and following the guidelines and protocols suggested by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).



  • Enhanced and increased frequency of cleaning and disinfection at all facilities
  • Making hand sanitizer & handwashing stations available throughout the facilities
  • Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)


  • In-depth infection screening at the time of admission
  • Everyone is screened for symptoms, temperature, recent travel history, and contact with known positive diagnosis’

Verify Your Insurance

We work with many insurance providers to help cover your treatment costs

Our COVID Task Force

Committed to Your Safety

We have developed a task force that is carefully monitoring the evolving situation and making necessary adjustments in real-time, as suggested by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

The task force meets to review CDC recommendations (twice-daily) and make necessary program changes as needed. We have also increased client and staff education and communication, and continually review infection control and emergency management processes.