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Coastal Treatment Services

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The Basics

Founded over 24 years ago, Coastal Treatment Services operates evidence-based substance abuse outpatient treatment facilities in Everett and Bellevue, Washington. While it caters mainly to adults and adolescents suffering from chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders, Coastal Treatment Services also provides treatment services to those suffering from gambling addiction.

Treatment and Staff

Coastal Treatment Services offers individual therapy, group therapy and educational classes, mainly catering to court-ordered clients. Each person is assessed and given a treatment schedule based on their unique needs and goals. The average person attends a minimum of one session a week for about three months, but scheduling varies per client’s needs.

The clients of Coastal Treatment Services attend sessions based on their particular needs and availability—various types of groups are offered each week. There are also specialized groups for teens, those who are struggling with addiction to prescription medication and methamphetamine users. There is one women’s group offered which deals with gender-specific issues. Group topics include relapse prevention, coping skills and the disease concept of addiction. The day groups ranges from two to five clients while an evening groups often have as many as 12 participants.

While the initial half-hour consultation is free, an alcohol and drug evaluation ranges from $145 to $250 and $400 for a mental health evaluation and $550 for those with co-occurring disorders. A 90-minute orientation for a new client costs $110. The co-ed groups range between one and three hours, at a cost of $35 per hour. A one-hour individual session costs between $110 and $165. These are usually required for those with co-occurring disorders. Other offerings include one-hour neurofeedback at a cost of $145 per session, and a half-hour biofeedback at $85 per session.

Staff of 10 includes two medical receptionists, clinical director and seven CADCs.

Extras

Coastal Treatment Services offers extensive services for DUI clients including classes, regular drug and alcohol screenings, victim impact panels and court appearances.

Besides an additional program that offers support for those with gambling addiction, Coastal Treatment Services offers classes for victims and perpetrators of domestic violence.

In Summary

While recovery support groups are encouraged, Coastal Treatment Services is not a great fit for those seeking a 12-step approach or a comprehensive Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Coastal Treatment Services does a great job of supporting criminal justice clients and would also work as aftercare for those who have recently completed another treatment program.

Coastal Treatment Services
Main Office
14670 NE 8th St, Ste 168
Bellevue, WA 98007-4128

Coastal Treatment Services Cost: $145-$400 (evaluation), additional costs are based on type of care. Reach Coastal Treatment Services by phone at (425) 646-4406 or by email at [email protected]. Find Coastal Treatment Services on Facebook and Google+

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  1. I go to this treatment facility, and they are very unorganized. Cannot seem to keep their shit together. Losing documents and whatnot. Definitely have to keep on their shit about what is going on. I gave them my insurance before I started, yet was being charged a Co-pay that i wasn’t supposed to even have, then $100 at my 1on1 which was supposed to be covered. Had to keep on my toes about asking the place about my finances because they kept trying to rack up a bill and charge me for random things. Also, I take random UA’s and the treatment facility I transferred from did the random UA’s on a day I would come in for group session or a 1on1, but this place calls you randomly and you have to show up. They called me in once while I was at work, and I had to leave early, then again a couple days later, so I had to leave work early again. The treatment facility I came from I actually got use out of. Here… It is much more of a pain in the ass than anything else.

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