We are DBHR Certified (Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery) by the state of Washington. As an inpatient chemical dependency treatment provider, we are able to assist insurance companies, judges, and attorneys with individuals’ many treatment needs such as:
- Medical Treatment
- Medication Management
- Individual Treatment Planning
- Individual Chemical Dependency Counseling and Educational Groups
- Individualized Continuing Care Planning
We proudly work with the following to help restore balance to patients’ lives:
- Washington Department of Licensing
- Outside Physicians
- Chemical Dependency Counselors
- Mental Health Therapists
- Concerned Family Members
If you are a patient, potential patient, or know someone who needs help with a legal matter tied to chemical dependency, please call 206-244-8100 and ask for Paula Fisher.
If you are a DUI attorney affiliated with courts or have a business matter tied to DUI, please call 206-244-8100 and ask for Holly Williams.
For a PDF of our legal flyer, you may download it here.
Washington State DUI Statistics:
- Note: In 2009, MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) rated Washington State 3 out of 5 stars for its implementation of drunk driving countermeasures; there have recently been amendments to state DUI laws that will likely improve Washington’s rating.
- In 2010, there were 170 alcohol-related traffic fatalities in Washington State – an 18 percent decrease from the 207 fatalities in 2009. (Source: MADD)
- In 2010, 37 percent of all traffic accident fatalities in Washington State involved an alcohol-impaired driver. (Source: MADD)
- There were a reported 19,783 three-time DUI offenders in the State of Washington in 2010. (Source: MADD)
- Drunk driving fatalities cost the state $935 million in 2010. (Source: MADD)
- In 2012, there were 30,501 DUI arrests.