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201 E Lincoln Ave, Suite 100,, Yakima, WA 98901
Yakima, WA 98901
  • Addiction

Barth Clinic is a family-owned and family-operated drug and alcohol rehabilitation center that treats patients in Yakima. The facility offers intervention services, school-based programs, IOP, and medically monitored detoxification programs. It was founded by Harry and Gwen Barth in 1990. Its current owner, Jim Barth, has been working in the field of substance abuse treatment since 1986. He also serves at Yakima Valley Community College's Substance Use Disorder Studies program as a part-time faculty member.

201 E Lincoln Ave, Suite 100,, Yakima, WA 98901
Yakima, WA 98901

Website(509) 457-5653

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3 (Best)

Average Review Score:

4 / 5 ( Best)

Total Reviews:

35 (Best)

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Variable (Good)

2280 WA-821, Yakima, WA 98901
Yakima, WA 98901
  • 12 Step

Established in 1968, Sundown M Ranch is a private corporation providing recovery and rehabilitation services to individuals in Yakima. The facility has helped over 200,000 patients and families with substance use disorders. Its treatment options include withdrawal management, medicated-assisted therapy, family program, gender-specific group therapy, and trauma-informed care. The facility promotes patient-centered integrated care, focusing on the mind, body, and spirit. Sundown M Ranch received accreditation from Carf and the Washington State Department of Health.

2280 WA-821, Yakima, WA 98901
Yakima, WA 98901

Website(800) 326-7444

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We scour the internet for reviews from well-known resources. Each provider is evaluated based on the quality and quantity of their reviews, their presence on multiple review sites, and their average minimum rating.

Online Profiles:

3 (Best)

Average Review Score:

4.3 / 5 ( Best)

Total Reviews:

244 (Best)

Score Consistency:

Consistent (Best)

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What should I expect after alcohol rehab?
A: Alcohol rehabilitation isn't a magic cure; after treatment, substance users won't be easily alcohol-free forever. Recovery is a lifelong journey and may involve multiple relapses and recoveries. After treatment, program participants are encouraged to use the tools they learned while in rehabilitation to avoid temptation, employ healthy coping habits, and prevent relapse. Rehab is intended to be a foundation upon which to build, not a definitive answer to permanent sobriety. Staying abstinent of alcohol won't necessarily be easy, but a good rehab program can offer the best possible foundation for success.
Q: Does insurance cover rehab for alcoholism?
A: In some cases, depending on the nature of treatment and the insurance plan itself, insurance does cover treatment. However, this can vary based on both the treatment center in question as well as the duration of treatment. For example, public facilities may be covered while more expensive private facilities are not. Some plans will pay for a portion of care but not an entire program.
Q: How long is alcohol rehab?
A: The duration of alcohol rehab isn't constant; different programs can last different lengths of time. Detox may last several weeks to a month, while treatment itself can be anywhere from four to 12 weeks. Some step-down programs that combine both outpatient and inpatient care can span months. Rehab duration can vary based on program specifications as well as patient preferences.

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