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Addiction and Treatment Providers in Redmond, WA

5 Centers in Redmond, Washington

Redmond, a vibrant city near Seattle, boasts tech giants, outdoor adventures, and a thriving arts scene. It’s an ideal spot for recovery, with its peaceful suburban vibe and supportive community. From January 2022 to October 2023, King County saw 141 opioid-related deaths, with 90% involving fentanyl. Redmond’s location in the Central Valley HIDTA region has seen a 40% increase in methamphetamine treatment admissions from 2004 to 2009.

Redmond is taking proactive steps to combat addiction and support those in recovery.

The city collaborates with local organizations like the Together Center to raise awareness and provide resources for those affected by addiction. Community-based programs and legislative measures, such as decriminalizing small drug possessions and expanding treatment access, aim to reduce stigma and encourage individuals to seek help.

King County Statistics

  • 141 opioid-related deaths, King County, 2022-2023
  • 90% opioid deaths involved Fentanyl, 2022-2023
  • Meth treatment admissions increased 40%, 2004-2009
  • 12 opioid deaths/100k, 52% involved other drugs, 2022
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Redmond: Your Path to Recovery Starts Here

Redmond offers hope for those seeking recovery from addiction. Recent data shows substance abuse rates declining in our community. With compassionate treatment options and a supportive environment, you can reclaim your life. Reach out today and take the first courageous step towards sobriety and healing.

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Youth Eastside Services - Redmond
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Youth Eastside Services - Redmond
15600 Redmond Way Redmond, WA

Youth Eastside Services - Redmond is an addiction treatment facility located in Redmond, WA that specializes in comprehensive and individualized treatment plans for substance abuse, mental health, alcohol and drug addiction, and dual diagnosis, offering a variety of levels of care and support services.

  • OP
  • Dual-Diagnosis
Sound Mental Health - Counseling
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Sound Mental Health - Counseling
16225 NE 87th St Redmond, WA

Sound Mental Health is a comprehensive addiction treatment facility in Redmond, WA providing a range of evidence-based practices and accepting most private health insurance plans to help individuals struggling with drug addiction, dual diagnosis, and mental health issues work towards lasting sobriety.

  • OP
ACTS
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ACTS
12316 134th Ct NE Redmond, WA

ACTIVATE is an addiction treatment facility in Redmond, WA that uses evidence-based practices and provides a comprehensive approach to treat alcoholism, opioid addiction, substance abuse, and drug addiction, and is accredited by SAMHSA and accepts private health insurance.

  • OP
  • IOP
  • Aftercare
Square One
Insurance Accepted
Square One
16310 Ne 80th street Redmond, WA

Square One is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center located in Redmond, Washington that provides evidence-based programs, individualized treatment plans, and three levels of care, as well as group therapy, individual counseling, and personalized support, with access to private health insurance to cover costs and aftercare services.

  • OP
  • IOP
Sound Mental Health - 166th Avenue Northeast
Sound Mental Health - 166th Avenue Northeast
8705 166th Ave NE Redmond, WA

Sound Mental Health in Redmond, Washington is an accredited comprehensive mental health and substance abuse center offering personalized treatment plans, a team of qualified licensed clinicians and counselors, physical and psychological therapies, aftercare services, education and prevention services, and crisis services.

  • Inpatient
  • Dual-Diagnosis

Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Redmond, WA

Redmond is a city in King County, Washington, located 15 miles east of Seattle. It was founded in 1871 and incorporated in 1912. With a population of around 77,000, it’s home to major tech companies like Microsoft and Nintendo of America.

Residents of Redmond enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and exploring the city’s many parks and trails, including the popular Marymoor Park. The city also has a vibrant arts and culture scene with galleries, theaters, and events.

Redmond offers a variety of arts and entertainment options, from live music and theater performances at venues like SecondStory Repertory to outdoor concerts and festivals at Marymoor Park.

With its peaceful suburban setting, abundant outdoor recreation opportunities, and thriving arts and culture scene, Redmond could be an excellent place to consider for drug rehab treatment, providing a supportive environment for recovery.

Our experts can help you find treatment now in Redmond, Washington. We list drug rehab and alcohol centers in Washington.

Awareness Campaigns

The City of Redmond has partnered with local organizations to raise awareness about substance abuse and addiction. The Together Center, a hub for social services in Redmond, hosts educational workshops and support groups to help individuals and families affected by addiction.

Community-based programs, such as the Lake Washington School District’s Mental Health and Counseling Support, play a crucial role in preventing substance abuse among youth in Redmond. These programs provide early intervention, education, and resources to students and their families.

Legislative Measures

In 2021, Washington State passed legislation (SB 5476) that decriminalized possession of small amounts of drugs and expanded access to treatment. This law has helped reduce stigma and encourage individuals in Redmond to seek help for addiction.

The Redmond Police Department has implemented a Community Outreach Team that works closely with social service providers to connect individuals struggling with addiction to treatment and support services, rather than resorting to punitive measures.

Redmond Police Departments

Redmond Hospitals and Emergency Medical Services

Opioid Settlement Funds in King County

King County, Washington will receive over $104 million from the $1.1 billion secured by Attorney General Bob Ferguson in opioid settlement agreements with pharmaceutical companies. The funds, which will be paid out over the next 15 years, are being split 50/50 between the state and eligible local governments like King County. All funds must be used for opioid remediation efforts, as outlined in the One Washington Memorandum of Understanding.

  • $18.2 million has been allocated by the state legislature for prevention, treatment and recovery support services to address the opioid epidemic. [2]
  • $15.4 million is going to tribes and urban Indian health programs for opioid response activities. [2]
  • $5 million will expand the distribution of naloxone through the Department of Health’s overdose education and distribution program. [2]
  • $4 million is available to develop primary prevention education programs in schools with higher than average opioid burden. [5]
Statistic Citations:
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2023). Trends & Statistics. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  • Kent County Health Department. (n.d.). Opioid Surveillance Report. Retrieved from https://www.accesskent.com/Health/pdf/KCOTF/Opioid_Surveillance_Monthly.pdf
  • Central Valley California High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. (n.d.). High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. Retrieved from https://www.justice.gov/archive/ndic/pubs40/40384/40384p.pdf
  • Opioid Settlement Citations:
  • Referenced from: https://mukilteo-wa.granicus.com/MetaViewer.php?clip_id=1154&meta_id=47572&view_id=4
  • Referenced from: https://www.atg.wa.gov/news/news-releases/ag-ferguson-more-370-million-coming-washington-fight-opioid-epidemic
  • Referenced from: https://oasas.ny.gov/opioid-settlement-funding-initiatives
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    Washington's substance use, abuse, and addiction rates have followed the trends of the rest of the over the past years. Methamphetamine abuse is the biggest threat to Washington. Heroin-related overdoses increased by almost 450% from 2006 to 2016. 20% of all annual deaths in Washington are somehow drug and/or alcohol-related. Drugs are widely abused in Washington because they are easily trafficked in and out of the state.

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