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1601 East 4th Plain Boulevard
Building 17
Vancouver, WA 98661

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Service Setting

  • outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone

Payments

  • cash or self-pay
  • Medicaid
  • state financed health insurance other than Medicaid
  • private health insurance

Assistance

  • sliding fee scale
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Primary Focus

  • Drug & Alcohol Treatment
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Services Provided

  • Detox
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Type of Care

  • Outpatient Treatment

About Lifeline Connections

Lifeline Connections in Vancouver, WA is an outpatient facility that provides medically assisted detox treatment to recovering individuals. This facility is easy to find and connected to the Lifeline Connections network, so patients of the program can continue receive help during the many stages of recovery.

The staff at this facility is dedicated to helping patients get their lives back on track. They use a number of different treatment options in order to help individuals from all walks of life, and many different individuals with a number of specialties are available and open to helping patients navigate detox safely.

About Lifeline Connections

Lifeline Connections in Vancouver, WA is a safe, effective outpatient program for individuals in need of detox. This facility offers every patient a customized treatment plan determined by the patient and the medical staff together. The program is also a part of the Lifeline Connections network, through which patients can receive referrals to a number of other programs for recovery.

The staff at this facility wants to help patients detox safely and transition into addiction treatment afterward. The goal of the staff is to make sure patients are able to improve their lives as well as become and stay sober.

This facility offers the standard treatment options for detox, including medication and therapy, as well as a number of other amenities and options. Patients can expect to receive referrals to other programs for their treatment needs, especially those in the Lifeline Connections network.

Recovering individuals who are still going through detox—or are still intoxicated–can gain help and succeed by seeking treatment at this facility. In addition, this program is highly focused on helping individuals transition into aftercare and/or addiction treatment once detox has ended. If this seems like a positive choice for your needs, this program may be the right fit for you.

Treatment Options

Treatment at Lifeline Connections for detox is typical of most outpatient facilities. It usually includes

Medications

  • Buprenorphine (Suboxone) is often used to manage patients’ opioid-based withdrawal symptoms. Patients are then weaned off the drug or maintained on it depending on their specific needs.
  • Naltrexone (Vivitrol) is sometimes prescribed to patients after their opioid withdrawal symptoms have subsided in order to help them avoid relapse.
  • Other medications may be prescribed to treat withdrawal and/or treat co-occurring mental disorders.

Behavioral therapy

  • Different behavioral therapy sessions are utilized for different patients, but usually, the program consists of both individualized and group therapy.
  • Patients can expect to meet in a group session one, two, or three times a week. There is also a monthly group session.

Amenities

Because the facility is outpatient-based, patients should not expect to receive meals at the facility or to have accommodations. However, Lifeline Connections does provide some options other outpatient programs do not, such as

  • A personalized recovery coach who works with patients one-on-one
  • Relapse prevention, including assistance in building a strong network of individuals who can help patients avoid relapse after they leave treatment
  • DUI/DWI assessments and paperwork
  • Alcohol and Drug Information School (ADIS)
  • Referrals to other programs in the Lifeline Connections network when applicable
  • Aftercare classes
    • These are free classes that meet once a month and help former patients who are now living in recovery.

Policies

Lifeline Connections offers different times for office hours, including

  • Walk-in assessments
    • Main campus office in Vancouver
    • Monday through Thursday 12PM to 3:30PM
    • Fridays 9AM
      • The Friday assessments are for individuals 17 and younger.

Other policies of this facility include

  • Lifeline Connections does offer sliding-fee scale treatment to some patients based on need.
  • The program accepts a number of private and government-funded insurance programs. Call the facility to find out if yours is accepted.
  • Patients are asked to be respectful of one another and of staff members while attending treatment.

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