About Discover Recovery
The first step towards recovery is always the hardest. That’s why we always make it a point here at Discover Recovery to be as welcoming as possible. We consider all our clients as family and we make it a point to assist them every step of the way towards their goal of sobriety. Please learn about us and see our dedication to helping you build a fulfilling life.
Discover Recovery has a staff of highly trained and certified professionals handling everything from intake, treatment, management, and discharge. Most of our staff have experience with addiction and recovery, either directly, or through a family member. That means that from start to finish, all our clients are assisted by real professionals who understand the challenges they’re facing. Our treatment program is built on compassion, and our team members provide an extremely high degree of individual care so that each client’s needs are met during their stay with us. Learn more about us here!
If you want to learn more, call us today!
We’re available by phone 24/7
Even from the beginning, the mission of Discover Recovery was to provide people with substance dependence a place where they can develop the skills to build a fulfilling life.
We believe substance dependence isn’t a one-dimensional concern but rather a chronic, progressive, and often fatal disease that affects one’s mind, body, and spirit. Drugs and alcohol affect an entire person and their entire life. That’s why we offer a holistic approach that combines medicine, psychology, and emotional balance.
Our treatment facility is a 40-bed co-ed residential facility located in a coastal village in Long Beach, Washington. We offer 30-90 day programs for clients who want to get away from the clutches of addiction.
In Long Beach, we’re located just a half mile from the ocean coast. We’re surrounded by miles and miles of open beaches, lush state parks, quaint shops, fantastic cuisine, and lodging.
Discover Recovery is located in Long Beach, Washington. Long Beach features the oldest working lighthouse in the US. It notes the point where the Columbia River empties into the Pacific Ocean.
Before this lighthouse was built, ships traveling up the Columbia River to Portland, OR would often collide with sandbars and rocks in the shallows. They would also frequently miss the entrance to the Columbia River altogether. In fact, the area was named “Cape Disappointment.”
But the development of the 53 foot tall lighthouse in 1856 changed navigation in the area. It was the job of the lighthouse keeper to keep the candles burning all night in case any ships were nearby. Through rain and storm the light needed constant tending to save the lives of sailors who wisely used its guidance.
Like the lighthouse keeper, we stand ready to save the lives of those who want it. The landscape can be daunting, and there is a chance of disappointment, but we offer the guidance that can help you find your way to your destination.
Please use the form to contact us, and a representative will get back to you as soon as possible.