Reviewing the various treatment options that are currently available is the single most important step that you can take toward lifelong recovery.
On Call 24/7
The Olympia House staff are available to discuss and schedule admissions 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The first step towards finding freedom from addiction is to call us at (888) 795-1965. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have, arrange a tour, or schedule an admission.
Eligibility Criteria for Admission or Re-Admission
Individuals who meet the following criteria will be eligible for admission to Olympia House:
Persons over the age of 18 years
All genders welcome
Have a drug or alcohol problem
Express motivation or interest in developing a clean and sober lifestyle
Individuals who meet the below criteria will not be eligible for admission:
Individuals who are currently in withdrawal from a substance that requires a medically managed detoxification program.
Individuals who are a convicted sex offender and require PC290 registration.
Individuals who have psychiatric or cognitive difficulties whose symptoms or condition prevent them from meaningfully participating in the program.
Individuals who have medical problems that require more medical supervision than is permitted by the license.
Individuals who pose an immediate risk to themselves, others, or the facility.
Individuals who have any communicable diseases that pose a significant risk to other residents.
If an individual is not eligible or suitable for treatment at Olympia House, staff will work with outside resources as available to suggest options where treatment might be possible. All final decisions on eligibility are made by the Clinical or Executive Director.
Our staff will ask you some basic questions regarding substance use, health, and your goals for the program. We will also explain the intake process and any financial considerations and work with your insurance carrier to verify benefits prior to admission.
We take a team approach with each individual. When a resident is admitted to our program, they are assigned a mental health therapist as well as a drug and alcohol counselor. The three of them meet to determine the goals of the treatment while they are at Olympia House.
Each resident receives individual psychotherapy two times a week with a mental health therapist and three sessions with a substance abuse counselor. This is in addition to all of the various group options that we offer, beginning at about 8:30 am and continuing until about 8:30 pm. Rarely will you find this level of individualized care at other rehab facilities at the price point that we offer.