top of page

Since 1992, Alpine Recovery Services has been providing high-quality substance abuse counseling and therapy to patients in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, and King Counties. We are a state-licensed chemical dependency treatment facility and offer a range of addiction treatment programs in Arlington to help you reclaim your life

Counseling 2.jpg


A comprehensive personalized assessment is the first step to a successful recovery plan to determine the scope of the addictive disease and the best course of treatment to assist you in getting your life back.

After the assessment, the assessing counselor will recommend a type of treatment based on safety concerns and medical necessity. The recommended treatment will occur on either an inpatient or outpatient basis. If you are assessed as needing treatment, you will be offered admission to one of our programs or offered referrals.


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 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.

Image by Christina @


MRT® is an objective, systematic treatment system designed to enhance ego, social, moral, and positive behavioral growth in a progressive, step-by-step fashion.


This is a six-month structured program that focuses on beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors while assisting individuals in moving from being stuck to taking personal responsibility for their lives. It attempts to change how persons who use substances make decisions and judgments by raising moral reasoning. MRT® focuses on seven basic treatment issues:



This 9- to 12-week education and treatment program includes education on the disease of addiction, the effects of the disease, and the development of an individual treatment plan through individual and group therapy.


Treatment consists of individual and group counseling. Group sessions include therapy and educational groups including personal growth, basic drug and alcohol education, assertiveness training, denial and acceptance, dynamics of dependency and addiction, family education, parenting issues in recovery, and living sober.

Outpatient IOP.jpg


This is a six-month aftercare program for person who have successfully completed the intensive outpatient program or who have completed an intensive phase of treatment at another program.


The program includes enhanced education on life skills focusing on life stressors, relationships, financial issues, anger, and relapse prevention.



We feel that support for the significant people involved with the chemically dependent person is very important and, therefore, we extend an invitation to family members, significant others, or friends to join our family program. The significant people in the lives of our patients attend our family program every week for one hour, morning and evening groups are available.

A typical group consists of being with the person you are supporting and attending a lecture, or sometimes viewing a film during the educational part of the program. The Family Program consists of 9 one-hour sessions and we consider it a very important part of the overall recovery process.

Family Program-jpeg.jpg
Continuing Education.jpg


This six-month program focuses on understanding the relapse process, identifying warning signs of relapse, and developing a personal relapse prevention plan.


The goal is to understand the relapse process and relapse symptomology and develop the ability to take appropriate action to maintain sobriety.


This 6- to 12-month in-depth educational program is for individuals diagnosed with mild substance use disorder. Positive Choices provides participants the opportunity to learn to make better choices and establish a foundation for positive lifestyle change.


The program is designed to help individuals make informed decisions about the consequences of alcohol and other drug use in their life, as well as change their impaired driving behavior.

Positive Choices.jpg


Our most intensive program is designed to provide support to those struggling with substance use and do not require 24-hour care to manage these challenges.


This program is appropriate for individuals transitioning out of residential or inpatient treatment, and that are undergoing the difficult process of reintegrating into their communities. This program is also for individuals who may requrie extra daily support while living at home.

A Supportive Hug
bottom of page