Seattle Marijuana Addiction Treatment
Treating Marijuana Use Disorder & AddictionSchick Shadel Hospital’s marijuana treatment program is for those dependent on smoking or ingesting marijuana. Because today’s marijuana is many times more potent than marijuana grown 20 or 30 years ago, marijuana addiction is a far more significant problem that is quickly growing.
Our marijuana treatment program is based on 80 years of research from our successful alcohol treatment program. Schick Shadel research has shown that addiction is a neurological disease that requires medical treatment. Our marijuana treatment program addresses the medical causes of addiction to remove cravings and preoccupation with marijuana.
Schick Shadel is staffed 24 hours a day by experienced, professional physicians, nurses, and counselors. Our marijuana treatment program provides medical treatment and addiction counseling simultaneously, so it addresses all of the reasons for marijuana use. During treatment, our patients receive both individual and group counseling. The marijuana treatment program can be completed discreetly, with just a 10-day hospital stay and two 48-hour visits, which includes an overnight stay. This is included in the treatment price.
Find Out How Our Program Can Help Restore Your Life Today
Schick Shadel Hospital is a national leader in the medical treatment of addiction. Medical research shows that counter conditioning, or rehabilitating the memory associated with the sight, smell, and taste of alcohol and drugs, is an effective way to reduce the cravings for those substances.
Our program offers the following benefits to help with rehabilitation and recovery:
- Medical hospital treatment provided by doctors, registered nurses, and caring staff
- Powerful 10-day inpatient program that has been proven effective
- Acceptance of most insurance programs
- Alternative treatment style that views marijuana addiction as a medical condition
- Confidence in more than 65,000 patients treated in the past 8 decades
- #1 success rate for treating alcoholism* in the nation
*#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.