Our Seattle Location
Northpoint Seattle’s outpatient treatment program is located in beautiful Seattle, Washington, and we work to help the surrounding communities.
2111 N Northgate Way Suite 101,
Seattle, WA 98133, United States
Using an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for addiction recovery in Bellevue, WA means you can get the help you need without hitting the pause button on your life.
People tend to think of residential rehab when they begin thinking about getting the help they need for addiction. However, not only is an inpatient program not practical for everyone who needs help overcoming their addiction or alcoholism, but it is also often not the most appropriate treatment option. For this reason, Northpoint Seattle focuses on intensive outpatient treatment for addiction and alcoholism.
Northpoint Seattle offers intensive outpatient programs, which includes group work, individual counseling and support for families of addicts and alcoholics. Our intensive outpatient program covers all of the necessary treatment goals and tools necessary to overcome addiction or alcoholism.
Our intensive outpatient programs are completely voluntary, designed to help those who have decided to overcome their addiction altogether and focus on regaining control of their lives. With intensive outpatient treatment, Northpoint Seattle allows you to:
If you are looking for help in overcoming your addiction or alcoholism without giving up your normal, day-to-day life, our intensive outpatient treatment may be the right choice for you. We offer addiction and alcoholism treatment for anyone who needs help in the Bellevue, WA area.
Intensive outpatient treatment programs are aimed at providing the same core services as a residential rehab program while giving participants the freedom and flexibility they need to maintain their daily responsibilities back home. The key difference between an inpatient treatment program and an outpatient treatment program is that participants do not live within the drug rehab facilities. Instead, our program gives participants the opportunity to come in for several hours each day for group support, individual counseling, and skills building. Other than the residential aspect, our intensive outpatient program offers many of the same services as an inpatient program. We strive to support program participants by:
Northpoint Seattle offers accredited treatment services, giving clients the opportunity to take advantage of quality treatment. This is similar to what you would find in a full-time inpatient program, but with the added benefits of complete flexibility and treatment that comes at a fraction of the price.
There are usually two major reasons that people tend to choose intensive outpatient treatment over residential rehab: flexibility and price. Our state-of-the-art treatment facility is equipped to provide you with the highest quality of treatment, but we do not require you to live in these facilities. Instead, you can continue to work, go to school, stay involved with your family, and carry on with your daily life while attending treatment for several hours each day. This is the kind of freedom that an inpatient treatment program does not offer.
Similarly, because we do not require participants to stay in our facilities, our intensive outpatient program comes at a much more reasonable price than residential rehab alternatives. Instead of focusing on marked up room and board, we pour our resources into developing the best drug and alcohol treatment available in Washington. This means that you still receive the help that you need for overcoming your addiction on a daily basis, simply at a much lower price.
Participating in our intensive outpatient treatment program is not like attending a normal rehab clinic; however, you can expect to receive the following from our treatment program:
Our intensive outpatient program includes a wide range of treatment approaches, all of which are designed to help participants not only become sober but also develop the coping skills they need to keep sober on their own and through group support. The intensive outpatient treatment program at Northpoint Seattle includes:
Our intensive outpatient programs usually last for roughly twelve weeks, or three months. During this time, participants are expected to attend at least three sessions per week, for a total of nine hours of treatment each and every week. Attending treatment several times per week, and for several hours each session, will help participants get on the right track as they begin down the road to recovery.
While the hourly commitment may seem intense (it is called an intensive treatment option, after all) we offer a flexible schedule so that all participants are able to meet this hourly expectation:
During these sessions we offer both individual counseling and group support for participants. Some sessions will focus on rebuilding relationships, when participants will be welcome to bring family members and loved ones in order to address some of the detrimental effects that addiction or alcoholism has had on their relationships. During all sessions we will have a psychiatrist available for patients with co-occurring disorders.
We know that no two people have the same story when it comes to addiction or alcoholism. With this in mind we are committed to addressing the features and associated problems of addiction with an individualized treatment plan aimed at addressing your unique issues and problems. Our intensive outpatient program treats all of the following forms of substance abuse:
Just because you don"t have the ability to attend an inpatient facility does not mean that you have to attempt quitting drugs or alcohol completely on your own. Our intensive outpatient program lets you get the help you need, today, but to keep up with your daily responsibilities.
Choosing recovery is a difficult and personal decision, and we want to make sure you have all the information you need to take this step. These are some of the most common questions we receive about intensive outpatient treatment and addiction recovery. If you still have questions, feel free to contact us today.
Is Northpoint Seattle a licensed facility?
Northpoint Seattle is fully a licensed and accredited facility for addiction treatment.
What is an alcohol or drug assessment?
An assessment involves an in-depth question and answer session, so that we can get a better understanding of your personal story and addiction before beginning treatment.
How long before I can start addiction treatment?
Once you contact us, we can get you in for an assessment appointment within two weeks often even sooner than that.
Do you offer alcohol or drug detox on an outpatient basis?
Yes. Detox is a crucial part of the recovery process, and we are committed to providing program participants with the support they need on an outpatient basis. In some cases, a medical detox may be recommended.
How often will I talk with my counselor?
Our addiction counselors are available every day during the treatment program, and you will have one-on-one time with your counselor on a regular basis.
I"m an alcoholic do you have a program specifically for treating alcoholism?
We treat all types addiction, including alcoholism, in our intensive outpatient programs.
Are my family members allowed to participate in the outpatient program?
We encourage the involvement of family members and loved ones. During the program there will be an opportunity for family to join meetings on a weekly basis.
How similar is an outpatient treatment program to AA or NA?
Our treatment programs use similar principles as AA or NA, including the 12-step philosophy for group support meetings.
Will my treatment be kept confidential at Northpoint Seattle?
We are a HIPAA compliant facility; under no circumstances will your involvement with the facility or your personal information be released to family, friends or outside agencies.
How many people are in each support group?
Depending on the type of group, you can expect anywhere from four to ten people in each group.
Does Northpoint Seattle have groups that are just for men or just for women?
Groups are not gender specific in our outpatient addiction treatment program both men and women participate in the same group sessions.
How much does your outpatient treatment program cost?
The cost of treatment will vary depending on your individual needs and past treatment. We are committed to working with insurance to cover costs, and will offer more specific price details after completion of your addiction assessment.
Does Northpoint Seattle accept insurance for payment?
Yes we accept payment from multiple insurance companies in Washington. Many of our clients get the treatment they need without any out of pocket expenses, while others need only cover their deductible.
Do you require urine drug tests in the outpatient program?
Yes, all participants of our outpatient treatment program will be asked to complete random drug tests. This helps us keep participants accountable to their recovery goals throughout the duration of the outpatient program.
We work hard each and every day to make sure that Northpoint Seattle offers the absolute best addiction treatment available in the state of Washington. Our intensive outpatient treatment programs are not only affordable and flexible, but also effective in helping you get to the root of your addiction. Recovery is not an easy process, but it is one of the best decisions you can make for rediscovering the freedom and joy that life offers. We can help you get back on track.
Our mission is to provide a safe, helpful and supportive recovery environment that helps build the foundation for a successful future. Our intensive outpatient treatment program builds on this mission by opening up treatment to anyone and everyone who needs it in the Bellevue, WA area.
If you are ready to start recovery at Northpoint Seattle, you can take the first step by verifying your insurance. We are glad to say that we work with several insurance companies in Washington, and we want to help you understand what your insurance covers, what it doesn"t, and how we can help.
We are committed to getting you all the help and information you need for addiction or alcoholism recovery. Of course, the decision to get sober and start recovery is a personal one only you can decide to take the first step. We want to make sure you have all of the information you need before taking that step. If you are not quite ready and need more information about our intensive outpatient program in Bellevue, WA, do not hesitate to contact us today.