Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Treatment Programs
Get back on track
Achieving sobriety doesn’t have to disrupt your life. Our flexible outpatient treatment program lets you continue to work, live at home and meet your family obligations.
You’ll work with skilled and deeply compassionate counselors who value your privacy and understand the challenges you face. They’ll help you navigate the steps toward freedom from substance use with tools such as:
Custom treatment plan
Individual and group sessions will help you develop the skills to support your recovery. Your customized program may also include substance use disorder, intensive outpatient treatment or outpatient groups that meet one, two or three times a week. We also offer monthly group sessions.
Working one-on-one with a recovery coach has been nationally proven to support success. Your coach will guide and encourage you along your individual treatment path.
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.
If you’re considering deferred prosecution for a DUI, we can help. We’re certified to provide assessments and treatment, and we’ll get your paperwork completed quickly.
Alcohol and Drug Information School (ADIS)
You may not be struggling with a Substance Use Disorder but could use additional knowledge to help prevent further negative consequences. This eight hour class is held one Saturday a month, at the Aberdeen and Vancouver locations, and satisfies the Washington State requirement for first time driving related infractions with the courts and the Department of Licensing. Pre-registration is required.
Lifeline Connections offers free monthly aftercare classes to individuals who have completed our outpatient programs successfully. Contact us for dates and times.
We accept most forms of insurance—find out what your coverage includes.
Ready to take the next step?
Contact us today to start reclaiming your life.
Walk-in for an assessment:
Main Campus Office (Vancouver):
Fridays 9am-3:30pm youth substance use assessments
Orchards Office (East Vancouver):
Mental Health only
Tuesdays & Thursday 12pm -3:30pm
Mental Health only
Monday – Friday 9am-3:30pm
Substance Use Assessments
Mon – Friday 1pm-3:30pm
Mental Health Assessments
Tues, Wed, Fri. 1pm-3:30pm
South Bend Office:
Monday & Thursday 1pm-3:30pm
Phone: 360-397-8246 ext. 7580
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“I faced a number of barriers including severe addiction problems, mental health issues, and the loss of the will to make any beneficial changes. My life changed completely by utilizing the services at Lifeline Connections.”
– Jason G.