Social Treatment Opportunity Programs

You are in the right place, at the right time, for the right reason to make the right move to take control from the system and put yourself in the driver’s seat. We are a state licensed, nationally and internationally accredited treatment program who can help you address your personal or legal problems, and show you safe and sound approaches to understanding and changing your circumstances.

Chemical Dependency

Our chemical dependency and chemical abuse programs are tailored to the behaviors, stressors, history and decision making processes that can lead to chemical abuse and dependency.

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Domestic Violence

This program focuses on abusive power and control issues in relationships that often result in physical or emotional battery. Relationships not only include husband and wife, but also immediate and extended families or significant others in relationships.

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Anger Management

This program focuses on explosive, contrary or emotional outbursts that result in physical or emotional battery with acquaintances. The goal of anger management is to reduce both your emotional feelings and the physiological arousal.

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Mental Health

Our caring team helps you understand your situation and show safe and sound solutions for your mental health needs to help you address issues and make an action plan on what to do next to overcome them and change your circumstances.

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DUI Assessments

The evaluation/assessment process involves a testing component and clinical interview to determine the level of treatment, education, or recommendation appropriate for the individual.

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This program lasts a minimum of eight hours. It is educational and focuses on decision making, as well as psychological, sociological, physiological, and legal consequences of alcohol/drug consumption and traffic safety.

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Victim Impact Panels

We offer two educational programs that may interface victims with defendants accused of domestic violence violations or DUI’s. These classes may include victims, but may also include other individuals with particular expertise concerning domestic violence and DUI’s.

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No Significant Problem (NSP)

This 8 hour class discusses the psychological, sociological, and physiological aspects of alcohol and drug consumption and traffic safety. Often DUI charges can be reduced or dismissed after completion of this class.

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Tacoma Mall Office Bldg.
4301 S Pine Street, Suite 112
Tacoma, WA 98409
Phone 253-471-0890
Fax 253-471-0891

Tacoma Clinic


13921 E.Meridian,
Suite 101
Puyallup, WA 98373
Phone: 253-770-4720
Fax: 253-770-4721

Puyallup Clinic


104 S. Freya Street, Suite 206
Spokane, WA 99202
Phone 509-927-3668
Fax 509-892-6661

Spokane Clinic


611 W Cota Street
Shelton, WA 98584
Phone 360-426-5654
Fax 360-426-5641

Shelton Clinic


114 N Park Street
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Phone 360-533-4997
Fax 360-533-6099

Aberdeen Clinic

Moses Lake

104 W. Broadway,
Moses Lake, WA 98837
Phone 509-855-9494
Fax 509-765-4132

Moses Lake Clinic


1019 W James Street
Suite 102
Kent WA 98032
Phone 253-234-1190
Fax 253-859-0043

Kent Clinic


600 S 1st Avenue
Othello WA 99344
Phone 509-331-7654
Fax 509-257-3118