To provide individuals and families with the greatest level of support possible during their road to recovery from Substance Use Disorders.
We provide drug and alcohol counseling, assessments, consultation, intervention services, referral to inpatient treatment, sober living and outpatient treatment to both youth and adults.
Clients have access to a Masters Level therapist to address co-occurring disorders. In addition, clients can be evaluated by a clinical psychologist if potential needs are identified. For clients who choose to utilize our treatment services we provide support to the client and their family every step of the way. Our decades of experience and caring approach give our clients the very best chance of success.
Substance use disorder is a disease that affects the whole life of the person. We other a holistic approach that addresses the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual needs of our clients. We confront the addiction with an approach that is based on compassion and respect. We utilize best practice treatment modalities combined with Recovery/Spiritual Immersion to help our clients obtain long term success.
While sobriety is a good start to healing physically, we go far beyond mere abstinence. It is no secret that physical healing affects not only a person’s body but their mental, emotional and spiritual outlook on life. Each client is assessed for their level of physical fitness and goals are set to for their recovery journey. Clients have complete access to an onsite weight room, exercise room, as well as membership to a nearby gym. Only healthy and nutritious foods are
provided. We regularly embark on excursions into the nearby Cascade Mountain Range for activities such as hiking, backpacking and skiing.
People suffering from substance use disorders tend to live their lives in a negative state of mind. They can withdraw, isolate, or use negative emotions (usually anger, guilt and blame) to distance themselves from loved ones. While in treatment clients are guided by positive mentors to develop a new outlook on life.
At Contact Counseling Recovery Services, participants express their emotions in safe and structured therapy sessions facilitated by SUDP’s and mental health counselors. If indicated participants may be evaluated by a clinical psychologist. Prescribed medications are safely monitored.
A symptom of active addiction is social isolation. Any interaction with others is usually in a
negative context. Our clients live in an environment which encourages healthy social interaction.
We follow the 12-step philosophy in our approach to spirituality. While it is not required that our participants accept God or a Higher Power, they are strongly encouraged to find a belief
system that works for them. Our goal is that each participant comes out of our program with a deeper meaning to life, a stronger sense of who they are, and finds their place in the world.
316 E. Mcleod Road
Bellingham, WA 98226