Call Us: (360) 658-1388
Alpine Recovery Services Inc.
Smokey Point Office
16404 Smokey Point Boulevard, Suite 109
Arlington, Washington 98223
Phone (360) 658-1388
Fax (360) 658-9842
4202 198th Street SW, Suite 2
Lynnwood, Washington 98036
Phone (425) 778-1136
Fax (425) 778-1118
Monday - Thursday: 9a - 6p
Friday (Arlington Only): 9a - 12p
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Call today to get started on your personal recovery journey. Our staff are dedicated to helping others.
To schedule your appointment, call (360) 658-1388 or (425) 778-1136.
Are drugs or alcohol destroying your life? Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Is your life becoming unmanageable? Take the steps to get your life back on track! Alpine Recovery Services Inc. assessments can help you start the journey to recovery.
You owe it to yourself to get the support you deserve from people who won't judge you and have the training, experience, and compassion you need to begin the recovery process. We are committed to providing the highest standards of treatment for drug addiction and helping each patient develop the tools necessary for continued growth and recovery.
Get the help you need to overcome your struggle with substance abuse at Alpine Recovery Services. We have addiction counseling treatment centers in Arlington and Lynnwood, Washington, and offer various types of treatment programs for addiction that are effective and personalized to your specific needs.
I'm Jesse; I am an alcoholic. I attended Alpine Recovery Services from April 2009 to April 2011. I started with 9 weeks of IOP and then moved into 26 weeks of MRT. I followed all the rules of the program and embraced the assignments given to me. I began attending AA regularly as one of the requirements and found a group of people that I could truly relate to. One of the requirements of Alpine was to read a book by Dr. Milam called Under The Influence. It highlights the physiological aspects of alcoholism and how it related to my condition, which was instrumental in understanding why my body is alcoholic compared to normal people. They also required us to read the first 164 pages of the big book of Alcoholics Anonymous, which taught me a new way to live clean and sober. I saw people come and go throughout my time at Alpine and they all seemed to share one commonality. They all thought they could make their own rules and that the professionals at Alpine were out to get them. What I found was people who were extremely knowledgeable in their field and that truly wanted everyone to recover. One of my counselors showed me how to laugh and enjoy living in recovery that was key to learning and accepting a new way to live alcohol- and drug-free. I just celebrated 7 years clean on April 14, 2016, and could not have achieved that without my beginnings in Alpine Recovery Services. Thank You Alpine for helping me find a new way.
- Jesse, Lynnwood WA