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Entering into a treatment program can feel overwhelming, so we want you to be as prepared as possible. Our admission process is designed to help you feel at ease and confident in your choice to receive treatment. Island Assessment and Counseling offers rehab, dual diagnosis treatment  and addiction treatment programs for the residents of Seattle, Bellevue, Issaquah and the surrounding areas in Washington State so that they may better understand alcohol abuse and treatment. Learn more about our admission process, and contact us for more information.

Our admission process is the first step you take on your journey to sobriety. We do our very best to make you feel comfortable, but we understand that you also want to feel prepared. You may have already spoken to one of our counselors on the phone to learn about our program, and now you are ready to start the journey to clean living. We invite you to learn more about our program schedules and review our most frequently asked questions. Feel free to contact us if there is any other way we can support your decision to deal with your alcohol and drug addiction.

Why Choose Island Assessment and Counseling

Island Assessment and Counseling offers addicts:

  • More than 22 years’ experience
  • State-approved facility for holistically-based programs
  • Staff includes Certified Counselors, Licensed Counselors, and Chemical Dependency Counselors
  • Evidence-based practices, such as 12-step, motivational and cognitive behavioral therapy

Deciding to enter treatment is an exciting and overwhelming time in your life. Our admission process helps you feel at ease with that decision. Island Assessment and Counseling, conveniently located in Seattle and Oak Harbor, is a highly-rated counseling center serving the residents of Washington State. Our evidence-based programs help those who need rehab, dual diagnosis treatment and abuse treatment programs. We also offer addiction resources for families and individuals who want to better understand drug and alcohol abuse. Please contact us today to find out more about our admission process and how we can help you.


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