Prosperity Wellness Center

3.7 (30 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
5001 112th Street East
Tacoma, WA 98446
2535312103 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
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Prosperity Wellness Center (PWC) offers gender-specific treatment programs for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders for women. Services include individualized care, addiction education, group and individual counseling, coping skills, stress reduction, relapse prevention, mindfulness practices, 12-Step groups and communication skills.

Prosperity Wellness Center Reviews and Ratings Details

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Prosperity Wellness was the 6th treatment facility i went to and actually graduated. I would recommend this facility to anyone and everyone. It is trauma based so they dig deep into your past to try a...




This was a amazing experience. I loved the staff. The food was beyond what I had expected. The cooks are the best!! I will forever be grateful for the time I spent here getting clean and healthy! Pros...


Loved it it's one of the best centers I've been through 6 treatment centers it's the only one I completed .all the staff is wonderful thank u staff you guys are a lifesaver and thank for genuinely car...


I went to Prosperity for about a month back in Aug 2015, they saved my life and taught me the skills I needed to stay sober. The daily classes are presented in a way that make it easy to follow what's...


I thought this was a good place to go. I had read other reviews about ot online and was dazzled with what I later came to find out was horribly incorrect. Yes they have some more up to date methods of...


the staff claims that they are #1 the best inpatient treatment in Washington State but with the staff who claims to be a supervisor but is extremely rude. I am 33 years old and It was my first time in...


Overall Prosperity is focused on continual improvement of patient care. The services are adjusted and reviewed to ensure the daily care process is client oriented and personalized to the needs of the ...




Everything was great, great meals, great counseling, and when the sun is out we can go outside and play basketball or walk or sit in the sun and hang out. truly loved the place


Prosperity saved my life. It was my 15th impatient treatment and non like any other. Not only did I get support from all staff but I learned about myaelf. I learned why I do the things I do and learne...


THANK YOU PROSPERITY , You saved my life and a lot of people I know. Your Curriculum is More then Amazing and effective. Three staff members, Thank you For your yummy Food.. Now I have a seco...


I seriously do Not recommend Prosperity for your place of rehab Girls were leaving almost everyday.Very, very High turn around! The food was horrible! Most of the


I was amazed to find out that when a family member attended, that she only met with her counselor once and that their idea of nutritious and delicious meals consisted of mixing powdered milk with wat...


very little, it was disorganized and understaffed only got to see a one on one counselor 4 times in 30 days. little to no recreation. treated like a jail yet I voluntarily went there. I was desperatel...


I would have given five stars except for the fact that the staff was beyond rude when returning my phone call about my stuff that I had left there... then proceeded to say I hope you have a wonderful ...


This place is horrible. I got turned away an hour after I got there simply because I had a \"bad attitude\" didn\'t know they could turn u away for rolling your eyes lol. Wow now I have to look for an...


Support was great.


My sister was the patient, not myself. At the beginning of this survey it asked if I or anyone close to me had been in treatment, she was in treatment right after being arrested. This program did turn...


The counselors were good, but they had poor accommodations.


It has helped me more then any of the other 8 has done of course it starts with me... and me doing the work that is given me to work on.. And I gave it my all... and today I have 3 years clean date i...


Informative classes. The counselors were very helpful and understanding to my addiction and wanting to get help. The classes that they offer are excellent in so many ways, they explain in a way that y...


Had a bed available. Not long enough stay should be long term. My niece went there she liked it but only stayed clean a couple of weeks no good after care.


It was affordable with great accommodations but had bad food and holistic offerings.


Medicaid paid for my treatment. Private insurance clients had to leave early because some would not cover the 30 days.


Could go back if needed.


I felt loved and cared for! This is the best decision ever made. I went in depressed and addicted and I and my counseling worked on everything that ailed me. Awesome!


It was all female.


The facility I went to was a all female facility. It made it easy for me to talk about being molested as a child. I felt comfortable and safe to talk about anything. There was also a separate facil...

Areas of Focus
Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.


The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.