Give Us 10 Days - We’ll Give You Back Your Life

For more than 80 years, Schick Shadel Hospital has helped thousands of men and women recover from addiction and regain their lives. As the nation’s leader in addiction medicine, our evidence-based treatment program serves communities in and around the state of Washington, including Alaska, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, California, Utah, Arizona and Canada.

Why choose Schick Shadel for your alcohol and drug detox?

We offer medical care provided by caring and compassionate physicians, nurses, and counselors in an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance. Schick Shadel Hospital’s substance abuse therapy program addresses the medical causes of addiction because willpower, counseling, and social support alone don’t always work adequately when addressing a neurological disease.

Alcohol Rehabilitation in Washington

Addiction has multiple cause factors, chiefly genetic predisposition and repeated exposure to drugs and alcohol. In the same way that diabetes or cancer requires specialized treatment, addiction is a disease that demands medical treatment and intervention. Schick Shadel combines scientifically-developed medical treatment with psychological counseling to address both the physiological and psychological roots of addiction. Our initial inpatient program lasts for 10 days, preceded by detox if necessary. Included with our inpatient program are two 48-hour reinforcement visits that measure recovery progress.

We provide a safe, peaceful environment for patients to focus on recovery. Speak with an admissions professional today to schedule a free, private consultation, and find out how Schick Shadel can help you overcome your addiction and allow you to get back to the real you – free of cravings, free of addictions, and free to once again enjoy your life.

Our evidence-based techniques help to diminish and alleviate the discomfort of addiction withdrawal, which includes:

  • Evaluation for medical issues that may impact the detox process
  • Administration of medications to counteract symptoms
  • Attention to nutritional repair
  • Assessment of any ongoing needs following detox

*#1 success rate for treating alcoholism based on results of a verified survey of former patients (success being measured as total abstinence for one year and assessed by self-evaluation), as against published success rates from verified, comparable studies of other medical institutions.