Looking for opiate/opioid addiction treatment? You’re in the right place!
Many times when one first uses a drug, they may perceive what seem to be positive effects. They also may believe they can control their use. But drugs can quickly take over a person’s life. Over time, if drug use continues, other pleasurable activities become less pleasurable, and the person has to take the drug just to feel “normal.”
Walk-In appointments for opiate treatment available Monday-Friday 8am – 12pm. State and private insurance accepted. Drop by or call 360-993-3000 to schedule an appointment today.
NorthStar Clinic is open Monday – Friday 5:30am – 2:30pm and Saturday 9-11:30am for current patients.
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