Lakeside-Milam Recovery Center - Burien Inpatient

3.5 (13 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
12845 Ambaum Blvd.
SW Burien, WA 98146
2062410890 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers at Burien offers drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs for adolescents. Services include assessment, individualized treatment planning, intervention, inpatient treatment, residential programs, individual and group counseling, addiction education, 12-Step groups, family programs, stress-management classes, relapse prevention and aftercare programs.

Lakeside-Milam Recovery Center - Burien Inpatient Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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Anonymous

Facility is dirty and never renovated. This location is all for profit and overall experience was absolutely terrible

Anonymous

Counselors who were experienced, visiting days, education Facility was old and outdated, they mixed adolescents with adults, portions of food were huge I think they could use a remodel. The facility ...

Lisa

Love the lectures, they are great at sharing their experiences and knowledge in a way that the kids can relate to. We are in a state that does not allow lock down facilities for teens or adults. This ...

Linda

Family program was great! I would highly recommend this program. outpatient Follow up care is just outpatient - putting post-inpatient rehab clients with general outpatient. Need to have a post- inpa...

Melissa

I recommend soliciting views of other staff and patients. As a woman, I would want res 12. Have known many successful "graduates". Strengths include: mission to serve, incorporating 12 step program a...

LM

Administration and staff has developed since I left.

Anonymous

I think the 12 step model is a broken one and does not work for all. Educate yourself about the effectiveness of a 12 step treatment model. This facility relies on that model nearly exclusively. 12 ...

Anonymous

Very good information to family members about the nature of the condition and the signs to look for.

Anonymous

Staff seemed burnt out. They also depended on the group's energy but most of the people there don't want to be there and will obviously do the minimal amount of work required, leaving a lot of wasted ...

Anonymous

AA based treatment

MT

Saved my life!

KLS

Effective for relapse, not newcomer.

JE

Went to their youth program. My uncle even went to adult one and has stayed sober for over 15 years. I think their adult program maybe stronger.


Areas of Focus
Adolescent Residential Inpatient Program

The strongest influences for adolescents for better or worse are the peers that dictate the behavior of the group. Most adolescents who are addicted and in need of treatment have adopted a group in which drugs and drug taking are the norm. Treatment begins with exposure to another peer group, a group of adolescents who believe there is a better way to act, think and believe. The milieu at the adolescent unit is designed to promote that better way and to help patients begin acting, feeling and thinking their way to sobriety.

Outpatient Programs

At Lakeside-Milam, our treatment philosophy is quite simple. We build individualized treatment programs to help patients get back on track—with minimal disruption to their busy lives. For many clients, the flexibility of outpatient care allows them to remain within a supportive family environment and to keep working. We offer programs that work. Over 80% of Lakeside-Milam clients get help through our outpatient programs. We have over 10,000 recovering alumni, with thousands of new patient referrals coming from former clients.

Key Staff Members
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    Brian Murphy - Administrator of the Lakeside-Milam outpatient office in Edmonds

    Brian Murphy began working for Lakeside-Milam in 2001 as an Associate Counselor in the adult residential center. Brian is currently the Administrator of the Lakeside-Milam outpatient office in Edmonds.

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    Quincy Jefferson - Treatment Director of the Kirkland Inpatient (Adult) facility

    Quincy Jefferson began his career with Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers in 1997 as an Associate Counselor in the Adolescent Inpatient Center in Burien. Quincy is now the Treatment Director of the Kirkland Inpatient (Adult) facility.