Click below the “Admissions Button” for online application for our 90-day in-patient treatment program.

Start your healing journey today.

Want to learn more about applying for treatment at the Healing Lodge? You can start your application process with a conversation.

Direct Toll-free line: (833)-674-2989
Admissions Direct Line: (509) 795-8341
Main Line: Call (509) 533-6910 ext. 8341
Fax Line: (509) 535-2863

What You Need to Apply Now

Please start your application through our online application portal.

A parent/legal guardian or referent fills out the online application for their youth. Along with filling out the information required in the online application, you upload additional documents, including:

  1. A recent substance use disorder assessment (within 90 days)
  2. Mental Health Documents (notes, assessments, summaries, etc.), including hospital stays or Emergency Room visits within the last year, if applicable.
  3. A recent physical exam (within one year)
  4. A TB Screen (within one year)
  5. Date of Birth Verification (birth certificate, driver's license, or state I.D.)
  6. Copy of the Insurance Card
  7. Copy of the signed Patient Consent Form to disclose information under Title 42, Part 2, Code of Federal Regulations
  8. Immunization Records
  9. Tribal Enrollment Card (if enrolled with Tribe)

Next Steps

The Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations encourages you to work with your local substance use professional to determine the appropriate level of care for your adolescent and their recommendations.

The Healing Lodge provides the American Society of Addiction Medicine's (ASAM) 3.5 level of care. The admissions screening committee reviews your online application to determine if the youth will meet the criteria offered at the Healing Lodge. A member of the support team will be in contact with recommendations.

Please complete your online application promptly, including submitting all additional documentation. Priority applications include:

  • Tribal Youth of the Seven Nations
  • Washington Tribes
  • Tribes outside of Washington
  • Pregnant injecting drug users
  • Pregnant substance abusers
  • Injecting drug users
  • Non-Native youth