Based in Seattle, we provide quality addiction treatment to all Washington State substance users from Tacoma to Spokane. Providing a full continuum of care from detox to outpatient services, our Washington addiction treatment facility uses a combination of traditional and alternative therapies to help addicts and alcoholics in need of long-term recovery solutions. Help is only a phone call away!
Aspire Washington employs professional interventionists to help families get their loved ones into treatment. Many addicts and alcoholics are not able to stop using no matter how many consequences they suffer. If you’re worried that someone you care about will not stop using on their own, intervention assistance just might help you save a life.
Our individualized programs help addicts and alcoholics of all types to recover. Regardless of what substances they use, we can help them assess the causes of their addiction. This allows us to provide a more comprehensive level of care than you will find in most addiction treatment centers both inside and outside of Washington.
Many Washington State addiction treatment facilities excel in providing short-term treatment yet neglect to focus on long-term recovery. Aspire Washington offers extended support services to help our patients stay sober long after they leave our facility. With our help, addicts and alcoholics can form a lasting relapse prevention plan that keeps them sober for the foreseeable future.
Why Aspire Oregon?
A New Way of Life
Washington addicts and alcoholics have the opportunity to begin a new life in treatment. We can help you begin a new, drug-free chapter and develop a lifestyle that’s truly worth living.
Aspire Washington recognizes how lonely it can feel to leave your old life behind and start fresh in recovery. Our staff is here to provide support. Call us today to receive the help you need!
Employing a team of leading medical experts and licensed addiction specialists, Aspire Washington ensures that every patient receives thoroughly safe and well-supervised care.