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Oak Harbor, WA Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

Treatment Center Directory.com is the premier destination for locating alcohol treatment, drug addiction rehab centers and detox programs in Oak Harbor, Washington. Our database of Oak Harbor treatment centers includes 2 centers, facilities and doctors.

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NameAddress / PlatformTreatment ProgramsInsuranceRegion
Island Assessment and Counseling 520 East Whidbey Avenue Suite 205 Outpatient Private Oak Harbor
Sea Mar Community Health Centers Oak Harbor 31640 State Route 20 Suite 1 Outpatient Medicaid / Private Oak Harbor
Compass Health Coupeville 20 NW 1st Street Outpatient Medicaid / Private Coupeville
Swinomish Wellness Program Services 17337 Reservation Road Outpatient N/A Fresno
Believe In Recovery 211 Taylor Street Suite 21 Outpatient Private Port Townsend
Center For Counseling & Health Center For Counseling & Health N/A N/A Stanwood
Sea Mar Community Health Centers Anacortes 1004 M Avenue Outpatient Medicaid / Private Anacortes
Sea Mar Community Health Centers M Avenue 1004 M. Avenue Outpatient Medicaid / Private Mount Vernon
Discovery Behavioral Healthcare 884 West Park Avenue Outpatient Medicaid / Private Port Townsend
Safe Harbor Recovery Center Beacon of Hope 686 Lake Street Suite 400 Outpatient Medicaid / Private Port Townsend

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