DUI Assessments, Intensive Treatment, Solutions
When enough is enough...
NWR is a State Certified Addictions Treatment Program. We treat addictions to drugs, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine, and sugar. We also deal with Compulsive Behavioral Addictions like gambling, sex, pornography, and violence.
NWR starts with a comprehensive assessment to ensure placement in an appropriate level of care. We provide multifaceted treatment programs for individualized care.
Chemical Dependency impacts every aspect of a person's life and requires a concrete plan to begin to build recovery.
The type of treatments we provide include evidenced based programs such as; Interactive Journaling, MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy), and MI (Motivational Interviewing). Addiction is a brain disease and re-balancing the brain chemistry can be accomplished in most cases with biochemical and nutritional counseling.
NWR provides programs that can help, including a DUI & Deferred Prosecution Assessment, Intensive Out-Patient and Out-Patient Treatment, ADIS (Alcohol/Drug Information School), and DUI Victims Impact Panel.
As moving into recovery can be a difficult process, and at times painful for the patient, we encourage the group members to rely on each other and to share their struggles and successes.
If you suffer from alcohol problems or drug addiction and you feel this problem was a direct cause of your DUI charge, then you may be eligible for a treatment program called Deferred Prosecution. This is a program that allows a person suffering from alcoholism or addiction to enter a treatment program in lieu of being prosecuted by the State of Washington. If the defendant can both successfully complete this Intensive program and can avoid any unlawful conduct throughout that period; the DUI charge will be dismissed. Read More »
An Ignition Interlock Driver License (IIL) allows you to drive vehicles equipped with an ignition interlock device while your regular license is suspended or revoked for an alcohol-related Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Physical Control. Read More »
The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services/Health and Recovery Services Administration/Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse define Intensive Out-Patient treatment in law as for patients admitted under a deferred prosecution order pursuant to 10.05 RCW.
American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) patient placement criteria for Intensive Out-Patient treatment as Nine (9) or more hours of structured programming per week consisting primarily of counseling and education about substance related problems. These services may be delivered during the day or in the evening. Read More »
Northwest Resources II provides Every 2nd Saturday of the month. Cosh is $90.00 (No checks accepted)
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