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Ready to take the first step? We are located in Arlington to meet your needs And we look forward to serving you.


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We will be closed November 26 to celebrate Thanksgiving.

We accept most private insurance plans. We also offer payment plans for cash-paying patients for most services.

Our team of professionals is waiting to assist you in reclaiming your life. Our staff understands the pain associated with substance abuse. 


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Alpine Recovery Services Inc.

Smokey Point Office
16404 Smokey Point Boulevard, Suite 109 
Arlington, Washington 98223 
Phone (360) 658-1388
Fax (360) 658-9842


Office Hours
Monday - Thursday: 9a - 6p
Friday: 9a - 12p
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

Morning and evening programs available to fit your schedule. 

Recovery News

I immediately felt welcome at Alpine from the moment I first walked through their doors. After 22 years in active addiction and losing nearly everything I cared about, I had no idea how to live life without drugs and alcohol. With the help and guidance of their counselors in the group setting there, I became honest with myself and others so that I could learn the tools necessary to stand on my own two feet, with confidence, in a life filled with Hope, Faith and Courage. I've now been free from all mind-altering substances for over a year and continue to work a strong program with the tools I learned in the intensive outpatient program and continuing care classes! The things I had let slip away are returning to my life and I've never felt better or more capable! THANK YOU, ALPINE RECOVERY!!! You showed me how to reclaim my life! 

 - John, Stanwood WA

Success Stories

To begin your recovery journey, call (360) 658-1388. Alpine Recovery Services Inc. in Arlington can help!

Are drugs or alcohol destroying your life? You owe it to yourself to get the support you need!


quality chemical dependency treatment since 1992

Call Us:  (360) 658-1388

Now in its 31st year, Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those in recovery.


Each September, Recovery Month works to promote and support new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, the emergence of a strong and proud recovery community, and the dedication of service providers and community members across the nation who make recovery in all its forms possible.