The Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment is a licensed non-profit agency which operates under the guidance of a volunteer board of directors.
Our mission is to remain on the cutting edge, committed to leading the way in the treatment and prevention of substance abuse throughout the total community by providing caring, quality and affordable state-of-the-art services with the understanding that addiction is a treatable disease.
"We enjoy meeting new patients and helping them to achieve the life they want to live. We will work with you to learn more about you and your needs to select the perfect treatment plan for your circumstances."
327 Okanogan Ave Wenatchee, WA 98801
Treatment is available for self-referral and those needing to fulfill court or Department of Licensing requirements. Adult and youth disorder services are available.
Assessment and Referral Individual Counseling: Confidential, need-driven, and supportive individual care.
Group Therapy: Peer-driven and facilitated by licensed professional.
Intensive Outpatient: Greater intensity of contact with information primarily delivered through lecture and group format.
Relapse Prevention Group: Provides in-depth information and therapy for self-evaluation and improvement to aid persons prone to relapse.
Continuing Care: Group therapy to continue building skills to maintain abstinence.
Alcohol/Drug Information School: One day educational class.
Family Support Group: Conjoined therapy sessions, education and support for family and friends within the outpatient and inpatient programs.
All outpatient services are available in Spanish.
Todos los servicios de consulta externa están disponibles en español.
Is alcohol causing a problem?
The Center offers sub-acute (non-medical) withdrawal services. Our professional and caring staff provide the care needed for the patient during this time.
A Chemical Dependency Professional will meet with the patient to help them determine their individual needs and goals for recovery.
Other Services Available:
• Information and Referrals
• Family Services - Family Counseling and Intervention
Our Inpatient Program provides individual and group counseling and education with professional and dedicated counselors, to help patients develop a chemical-free lifestyle.
Our goal is to teach those suffering from substance use disorder to make effective choices, to develop healthy alternatives to self-destruction and to assist in the restoration of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.
It is requested by The Center that you be free from substance use for at least 72 hours prior to admission into the Intensive Inpatient Program. You will be asked to submit to a urine screen upon admission. The results will be staffed and responded to.
The Center's programs are based on Dr. William Glasser's Choice Theory and practiced through Reality Therapy. This cognitive-behavioral therapy model teaches individuals how to modify drug/alcohol using behaviors, and develop more effective and responsible behaviors.
Recovery based self-help support groups are encouraged as an adjunct to all treatment programs. The Center is staffed by certified chemical dependency professionals who have been trained through The William Glasser Institute.
"If you use substances,
that's your business…
If you want to stop,
Outpatient Services: We accept Medicaid and most private insurance. We do not accept Medicare.
Intensive Inpatient Services: We accept Medicaid.
Sub-acute Withdrawal Management: We accept Medicaid. Detox services are available to indigent persons at no cost.
If a person has no insurance or Medicaid, you may be eligible for the Sliding Fee Scale discount. To find out if you qualify, you will need to bring income verification to the financial office before your appointment to determine the fee.
Payment is due at the time of service. We accept cash, personal checks, money orders, debit and credit cards.
Our address is: 327 Okanogan Ave Wenatchee, WA 98801
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 8:00am-6:00pm.
We are a Licensed Behavorial Health Agency, Licensed with Washington State Department of Health and DSHS/DBHR