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CASCADIA-BOUNTIFUL LIFE ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTER treats all psychoactive substance use disorder to include alcohol, cocaine, cannabis, amphetamine, methamphetamine and opioid addiction.
Cascadia-Bountiful Life Addiction Treatment Center provides a full range of outpatient treatment for alcohol, cocaine, heroin, amphetamine, methamphetamine, cannabis and nicotine abuse and dependence.
Cascadia-Bountiful Life Addiction Treatment Center provides chemical dependency and DUI assessment services that comply with State and legal requirements.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT:
IOP is a community-based intensive outpatient program for treatment of alcohol and other drug addiction for up to two years. The IOP program meets all the state requirements for the Deferred Prosecution Program (RCW 10.05.090).
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT and AFTERCARE PROGRAMS:
Cascadia Addiction Treatment Services provides community-based individualized Outpatient Treatment Programs tailored to meet the needs of each client and their family. Outpatient programs include Weekly sessions and Monthly Aftercare, as well as Relapse Intervention, Relapse Prevention, Education, Counseling, and Planning.
ALCOHOL/DRUG INFORMATION SCHOOL:
A/DIS is a 9-hour class designed to meet the requirements for persons who are assessed as having no significant problem with alcohol or other drugs. The class is structured to provide information on the effects of alcohol and drugs.
Healing starts from awareness, education, responsisbility &
willingness to change.
How do I know if I, or someone I care about has a problem with alcoholism, substance abuse, or drug addiction?
What To Look For:
1. An increase in tolerance to mood-altering substances-need more of the drug to get desired effect.
2. Withdrawal symptoms occur when substance use stops.
3. Substance is taken in larger amounts over longer periods of time.
4. There is a persistent desire, yet unsuccessful attempts to control or stop using the drug.
5. An increased amount of time is spent in activities necessary to obtain, use, and recovery from substance use.
6. Important social, occupational, academic or recreational activities are abandoned.
7. Use of a substance is continued despite reoccurring socio-economic, relationship, legal, physical and/or mental health problems associated with substance use.
If you answered "YES" to any of these items, help is available now!
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