Pioneer Center East Claimed

3400 West Garland Street
Spokane, WA 99205


Service Setting

  • residential detoxification


  • cash or self-pay
  • Medicaid
  • medicare
  • state financed health insurance other than Medicaid
  • private health insurance
  • military insurance
  • Tribal Funds
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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 Pioneer Center East

Pioneer Center East in Spokane, WA offers sub-acute detox treatment in a residential care environment. Patients can get away from the difficulties of daily life, an option that can be especially helpful during detox. However, they will also be living in Spokane proper, so their families will be able to visit them often.

This facility and its staff focuses on treating individuals who are either voluntary or involuntary admissions as well as those who have struggled with substance abuse in the past and found no help in other treatment programs. This facility is intensive without providing hospitalized care and helps patients detox safely as well as easily transition into addiction treatment.

About Pioneer Center East

Pioneer Center East is a residential detox program located in Spokane, WA. Patients can expect a full, well-rounded treatment program starting with detox and continuing into addiction treatment. However, this facility does not provide hospitalization and is utilized best by patients who are medically stable.

The facility staff works hard to help patients recover easily and effectively from drug dependence and addiction. The staff is well trained in treating substance use disorders and is especially used to dealing with patients who struggle with following rules. They are dedicated to helping substance-abusing individuals get their lives back on track.

This facility offers the general treatment options associated with residential detox, including behavioral therapy and medications. Still, there are a number of other treatment options and amenities available to patients that cannot be found in many other treatment programs. Pioneer Center East is also part of the Pioneer Human Services network, and many patients receive vouchers or referrals to other programs within this network for treatments not available at this facility.

If you are worried about relapse or do not have a strong support group of friends and family members to help you through detox, this could be the best choice for your needs. Patients who have attended rehab in the past and not found success may also want to consider this option. However, patients must be stable enough to not require hospitalization during detox.

Treatment Options

This facility offers detox treatment for the following substances of abuse:

  • Opioids (both prescription and illicit)
  • Cocaine
  • Alcohol
  • Benzodiazepines and other prescription drugs
  • Methamphetamine

Patients should expect to receive access to medications when necessary, and behavioral therapy is also a large part of the detox treatment process. In general, it helps patients become more comfortable with addiction treatment and makes the transition easier. In addition, many patients accepted to the facility are suffering from a number of medical conditions, including

  • Seizures
  • Ulcers
  • Liver disease
  • Malnutrition
  • Respiratory disease


Amenities like comfortable accommodations and nutritious meals are part of the services at Pioneer Center East. In addition, patients will also receive access to

  • Classes covering basic living skills, including health, recreation, recovery lifestyle, and nutrition
  • Coping groups for grief, self-esteem, and trauma
  • Vocational training
  • Community transition planning
  • Anger management groups


Pioneer Center East takes on both patients who are involuntary and voluntary. The facility asks that patients remain respectful of one another as well as the staff in order to create the best environment for the process of healing.

Other policies of this facility include

  • Self-pay and certain private insurance plans are accepted.
  • Native American tribes may refer patients directly, as can drug courts.
  • Medicaid and Medicare area accepted at this facility.
  • Patients are allowed to smoke at the facility but only in certain designated areas.
  • Many patients accepted to this facility struggle with following rules. As such, every member of the staff has been prepared for this potential issue.

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