Olalla Recovery Center, Olalla, Washington

Spring Morning at Olalla Bay
12850 Lala Cove Lane SE
Olalla, WA , 98359

Overview of Olalla Recovery Center

Olalla Recovery Center is a residential recovery center for both men and women. This facility provides holistic treatments to people who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. This recovery center is located in Olalla, Washington. Olalla Recovery Center is surrounded by wildlife and nature that gives a pleasant backdrop for clients while they learn how to take care of themselves without abusing alcohol and drugs.
Olalla Recovery Center offers various programs for its inpatient and outpatient services such as Individual & Group Counseling, Residential Addiction Treatment, etc. This facility even offers various specialized programs for Native Americans. For a long-lasting recovery, this facility makes use of evidence-based methods as well as 12-step recovery model.
Olalla Recovery Center incorporates a wide range of verified treatment modalities, thorough recovery scheduling, and a professional team. Along with that, it offers a comprehensive treatment program based on a holistic approach for lasting recovery of the spirit, mind, and body.

Accommodation and Food

At Olalla Recovery Center, residents are accommodated in gender-specific units located on the main campus. The residential unit of Olalla Recovery Center can accommodate 47 clients at a given time. One dorm-style room is generally shared by two residents while three men can be accommodated in a room in some cases. All rooms are well-furnished with things like dressers, closets, upholstered chairs, and full-sized beds. Each and every room is beautifully decorated along with being quite spacious.
On the other hand, there are communal bathrooms that come with a shower and two stalls. However, women’s residential area is smaller as compared to the men’s dormitory. There is just a single large bathroom for women, which is shared by 11 residents, while the men’s residential unit has three bathrooms. There are several picnic tables and sitting areas where residents can complete their assignments, meditate, or socialize. Residents can even enjoy movie nights or watch sporting events at the facility’s TV room.
In terms of food, meals are served separately to both men and women in the large dining area. The healthy and fresh meals are prepared daily by the kitchen staff and served in a cafeteria style. There are even options for home-style meals for dinner and lunch along with a salad bar.

Treatment Options at Olalla Recovery Center

Olalla Recovery Center offers several treatment choices for both men and women. The treatment options available at this facility constitute the following:

  • Detoxification
  • Outpatient Program
  • Inpatient Rehab Program
  • Family Program
  • Women’s Program
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Medication Management
  • Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Sober Living
  • Aftercare

Therapies Provided at Olalla Recovery Center

Olalla Recovery Center provides a continuum of comprehensive care to its clients with the help of various therapy choices. Some of the therapy choices available at this facility are listed as follows:

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
  • Gorski Relapse Prevention Technique
  • Group Therapy
  • Holistic Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • AA/NA Meetings
  • Behavior Modification Techniques
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Payment Options and Insurances

Olalla Recovery Center accepts payments through self-pay or various other mediums such as MasterCard, VISA, in-housing financing, or insurances. This facility is covered through several private insurance carriers, which include the following:

  • Anthem
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Beacon
  • ComPsych
  • Magellan
  • Highmark
  • Tri-Care/Tri-West
  • Multi-Plan
  • Washington Bakers Trust
  • United HealthCare/United Behavioral Health
  • Optum

Licenses and Accreditation

  • Licensed by the Washington State Department of Health
  • Licensed by the Department of Social and Health Services
  • Licensed by Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery
  • Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)

Olalla Recovery Center’s Amenities

Olalla Recovery Center believes that addiction of drug and alcohol is a chronic disease influenced by factors like sociological, psychological, environmental, biological, and genetic. This primary disease can be proven fatal if left untreated. So, this recovery center treats chemical dependency just like any other illness with the help of skilled professionals.
This recovery center has a huge campus spread over an area of 12 acres. On that campus, one can find crafting area, horseshoe area, and courts for basketball and volleyball. Residents can even play board games on the site during their leisure hours. Apart from that, there are meeting rooms, classrooms, reading rooms, patio, and a jogging trail on the campus.

About Olalla Recovery Center’s Staff

A dedicated team of professionals constitutes the Olalla Recovery Center staff. Some of the notable personalities at this facility are as follows:

Melody McKee
Clinical Program Director

Melody McKee serves the team of Olalla Recovery Center as Clinical Program Director from the past three years. Before that, she used to work at NWITC/Squaxin Island Tribe as Counselor/Grant-Funded Projects Coordinator. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and a master’s degree in Licensed Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University.

Buddy Bassett
Inpatient Counselor

Buddy Bassett is Inpatient Counselor at Olalla Recovery Center from April 2017. He received his bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Washington Tacoma. He holds a certificate in Human Services and Chemical Dependency from Olympic College. Before joining the team of Olalla Recovery Center, he worked as Lead Vocational Navigator and Case Manager at West Sound Treatment Center.

Derek Murphy
Director of Outpatient Services

Derek Murphy joined the Olalla Recovery Center team in June 2017. He has far-reaching experience in the fields of law enforcement and addiction. He is an ex-law enforcement officer. He holds a degree in Counseling/Psychology from Johnson State College. Derek is also a member of the Pierce County Opioid Task Force and certified substance abuse professional.

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