Canyon Park Treatment Center located at 22026 20th Ave SE in Bothell, Washington provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Canyon Park Treatment Center provides Opiate Drug Detox for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Outpatient that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Bothell, Washington, then entering addiction treatment at Canyon Park Treatment Center is the right choice. Canyon Park Treatment Center generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. Adults to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Canyon Park Treatment Center also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Discover, Health Savings Account, Mastercard, Visa. Canyon Park Treatment Center can be contacted through their website at www.westernwashingtonctc.com/location/bothell.
Best choice I ever made. The staff are wonderful and the actually care about you and your well being.
First couple years going here was a s**t show as far as the counseling goes, which they require you to do at least once a month. Ive been thru 5 different counselors and long periods of time without one, which made me come up as not following their rules or guidelines. But now that Jace is in charge it's much better. Insurance is being charged regularly rather than all of a sudden 9 months being charged and having a huge bill, I've had the same counselor for a while, and while sometimes the wait times aren't great, they're doing the best they can with only 3 windows and usually not even 3 nurses to run those windows. Saturdays are a good day to come as early as possible.
Friendly staff and they really care about your well being and very well maintained.
This can save your life.
I love this clinic! I have been to 5 clinics in Western Washington, and this is by far the cleanest and most relaxed. They have a screen with your number on it so you don't have to stand in line and can sit down and not have to listen to idiots complaining about people cutting, and you don't have to listen to someone who just showed up and wants to cut in front of everyone because they have an appointment or a job, they should show up earlier and be responsible! But the line does move slower because of the screen and you have to go through a main door, then into a dosing room. Melinda at the front desk is the sweetest person, the nurses are all amazing! My counselor Lori transferred to another clinic unfortunately but I have another great counselor Ana. The cons is the intake process, it seemed longer and stricter than other clinics especially since I was a transfer.
EDIT: This clinic DOES in fact take state insurance. I have been using mine for the last year with absolutely no problems. This clinic is by far the cleanest, quickest, most helpful clinic in Washington. The nurses are quick, efficient and friendly. The staff goes out of their way to help you. There is a doctor there most days of the week and they really take your concerns into consideration. The woman who works the front seat, Melinda, is an absolute pleasure to work with and will go out of her way to make sure you're getting the best experience possible. This clinic absolutely changed my life and is a pleasure to have to go to. The only negative thing I have to say is that they can make it difficult for people with children under 5.
Just transferred from another clinic in December, other then the slow dosing line (they should have a work pass line like Island Crossing Clinic for people that work), its a great clinic.
I would like to make an an ASAP in the next 3 weeks to work with your team too ASAP again. I'm doing well. I would like a chance to work the program to the fullest. I'm actually a ready good guy. How world you like to have me work on all the things where we left off. I only need 30 mg a day. Ina a Petra dish.
Damn lay off Kiley, Im sure she's sweet at home, just has to deal with 1000 addicts daily. My counselor Stacey is awesom. Director Amanda is cool. Most nurses are cool. it can be stressful at times but that's a small price to pay for sobriety. About accepting state insurance, don't shoot the messenger, because Amanda is simply passing on the information she is told. Im pretty sure if she could bill our provider one number, she would