Palouse Recovery Center | Pullman, Washington | Rehabilitation Alcohol Drug Counseling | Chemical Dependency Treatment
Palouse Recovery Center (PRC) is a State Certified Agency licensed by the State of Washington offering outpatient alcohol and drug education, treatment, counseling and rehabilitation. PRC is located in the Pro Mall II in Pullman, WA, not far from the campus of Washington State University (WSU). We serve clients throughout Eastern Washington (Pullman, Clarkston, Colfax, Palouse and surrounding areas) and Northern Idaho (Moscow, Lewiston, Potlatch and surrounding areas).
Palouse Recovery Center offers a variety of outpatient alcohol and drug education and treatment services. Our services include Assessments and Evaluations (DUI assessments/DUI Evaluations, Deferred Prosecution Evaluations, Evaluations for those involved with WSU Office of Student Conduct, Self-referrals, Criminal Justice referrals and more) in order to determine if a problem with alcohol and/or drugs exists. If a problem does exist, the extent of the problem is diagnosed and a course of treatment is recommended. We provide rehabilitation, counseling and treatment for addicts and alcoholics as well as those who have been diagnosed with abuse of alcohol or drugs.
We offer an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for rehabilitation and treatment of those who have been diagnosed with alcohol dependence or drug addiction. We have outpatient treatment and counseling services for clients who have completed intensive treatment due to alcoholism or drug addiction. These services include a Relapse Prevention program. We also offer outpatient counseling and educational services for those who have been diagnosed with alcohol abuse or drug abuse. Alcohol/Drug Information School (ADIS ) is an alcohol and drug education course that is recognized by the State of Washington and held at Palouse Recovery Center periodically throughout the year (see below for upcoming ADIS dates).
Palouse Recovery Center is a fully licensed state certified treatment agency. PRC works with the Department of Licensing, law enforcement, courts, and probation departments, to help individuals comply with legal and other requirements and to help them turn their lives around.
Alcohol/Drug Information School Dates: April 21 & 22, 2017
Friday April 21, 2017 from 6 pm to 9 pm and Saturday April 22, 2017 from 9 am to 4 pm (must attend both days to complete ADIS). Pre-registration is not required. Cost is $100, which may be paid on Friday evening, just prior to attendance at ADIS.