Sequim is a small town of 7,481 people on the north shore of Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula. As a quiet retirement community with a median age 49% above the WA state average, Sequim is home to the world-famous annual Lavender Festival and a thriving tourism industry. Sequim is also a rural farming community with deep pioneer roots. Many of the same families who founded this town have lived here for generations.
Our small and well-integrated Recovery Community currently has easy and abundant access to a variety of care focused on addiction treatment. Local clinics offer Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), counseling and outpatient services which boast an incredibly high 70-80% rate of success! We frequently monitor these facilities to ensure ongoing availability to treatment. We encourage this local approach to Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment which has a proven track record. We do NOT endorse an enormous Regional center recently proposed which would uproot this working system of care already in place.