Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation Center
Medical research shows that counter conditioning, or retraining the memory associated with the sight, smell and taste of alcohol and drugs, is an excellent way to reduce the cravings for those substances. Because cravings often lead to relapses, Schick Shadel’s highly effective, evidence-based treatment program specializes in the elimination of these relapse-inducing cravings.
“ My husband has been sober for over 22 months and still going strong. He has his life back and so do we. ”
“ I came to Schick-Shadel hospital with a commitment to myself and, thanks to the amazing staff, from housekeeping to counseling, I leave with a love of myself and an excitement for the sober life that awaits me. Recovery is possible. ”
“ I came to Schick Shadel Hospital and 20 years later… I am as healthy and happy as ever. It’s absolutely true when they say: Give us 10 days, we’ll give you back your life. ”
Start Sobriety Today
At Schick Shadel, we know that addiction to drugs is a compulsive physiological need, meaning that someone who is suffering drug addiction has a biopsychosocial disease requiring medical treatment. We provide just that to patients at Schick Shadel.
If you give us 10 days, we can give you back your life.
Experience the Following Benefits with Us
Personalized Sober Support Plan
When patients are at our facility, we work with them to create a personalized plan to reach sobriety. We also hold meetings around the Seattle area (which are available via teleconference) to help patients after they have completed our program. We know that while patients are only with us for a short term, we give them the opportunity to form life-long relationships with other patients in a relaxing, supportive, and home-like environment.
Call (888) 802-4206 to schedule a consultation.
Schick Shadel’s drug rehab program has helped 65,000+ individuals regain control of their lives.
Read a book written by a Schick Shadel alumna who is celebrating 12 years of sobriety.
Drink Up! How 10 Days Ended a Lifetime of Addiction
I tried just about everything to quit drinking. Nothing worked. I was a binge drinker living on borrowed time – 56 years old with two brothers dead of addiction by their 40’s.My life and health were rapidly breaking down. Then one day I heard an advertisement for a ten-day treatment program that promised to take away my cravings. Too good to be true?
This year I celebrated 12 years of sobriety!
My book describes the treatment program in detail. My family and I are forever grateful to Schick Shadel Hospital!
Cheers, Kathy S.
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