Deaf & Hard of Hearing Treatment

Achieve sobriety together

Healing stems from feeling connected—yet those who are deaf or hard of hearing often feel isolated in a verbal environment. We’re one of just a few treatment programs in the nation that use American Sign Language.

As part of our outpatient program, you can start taking back your life alongside other individuals in the deaf community who understand your social and cultural needs. Working as part of a group, you’ll learn how to free yourself from dependence and live clean and sober. You’ll also have access to tools such as:

Anger management

When anger becomes overwhelming, it can take over your life. Our program offers tools for keeping anger under control.

Domestic violence treatment

Domestic violence affects many individuals within the deaf community. We help those who’ve experienced abuse find empowerment.

Relapse prevention

Support from your community can play a key role in your ongoing success. We’ll help you build a strong network to bolster your recovery after treatment.

 

Ready to take the first step?

A substance use assessment will tell us where you’re at and what you need. To set up your initial assessment, contact:

Mary Jacobs, CDP

Voice: 360-397-8246 ext. 7464

VP: 360-719-4430

Email: mjacobs@lifelineconnections.org

Fax: 360-397-8450

 

We’re also certified to conduct DUI assessments for both Washington and Oregon. We accept most forms of insurance—find out what your coverage includes.

hope. help. Healing.

 

“Deaf program gives us extra wings!”
– former client