Substance Abuse Treatment
Considering Substance Abuse Treatment?
Substance abuse and addiction are part of “behavioral health” and are just as important as physical health problems. If you have a Provider One card and Medicaid coverage (Apple Health), your treatment is free if you go to a contracted provider offering Medicaid services. Please see a list of our contracted providers in the attachment below. If you have purchased insurance or your employer provides insurance, check with your insurance company for the cost of copayments, deductibles, and if there are in-network providers.
Chemical dependency services include brief screening, chemical dependency assessment, detoxification, sobering, outpatient treatment for adults and youth, and opiate substitution therapy (Methadone or Suboxone). We have service providers who specialize in the needs of people who have both a substance abuse problem and a mental health diagnosis. Parents with Medicaid coverage can access free childcare services while they are in treatment. If you are pregnant or an intravenous drug user, you have high priority in the Medicaid system for accessing immediate treatment services.
2015 List of Contracted Treatment Providers
Apply to be a Chemical Dependency Treatment Provider:
All inquiries can be directed to:
Charisse Pope, Spokane County Drug/Alcohol Coordinator
Spokane County Community Services,
Housing and Community Development Department
312 W. 8th Ave
Spokane, WA 99204-2506
TDD Relay Service of Washington: (800) 833-6384
Hotline Phone Numbers:
Washington Recovery Helpline (866) 789-1511
Teen Link (866) 833-6546
1st Call for Help (509) 838-4651
Treatment services for low income people addicted to drugs and alcohol are supported with funding from state and federal sources. Spokane County contracts with certified chemical dependency treatment agencies to provide treatment services. These services are available at no cost for people with Provider One Medicaid eligibility and low cost for others who have incomes less than 220% of the federal poverty level.