Our Services




Our licensed staff is available to assist you in obtaining an alcohol/drug evaluation to determine treatment needs.  If you are ready to make a change, we are here to help with your recovery process.  Many of our patients are seeking a better lifestyle for themselves and their families.  For more information on how to get an evaluation or if you have been referred to us by the legal system, courts, lawyers, Department of Licensing, Child Protective Services or your employer, please call our front desk at 509-826-6191. 


Following an evaluation, your Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) will review treatment recommendations with you.  If appropriate, your treatment may include outpatient services, which involves individual and group sessions.   

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Your treatment plan may indicate a need for our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), which is an alternative to inpatient treatment for some patients.  IOP consists of (72) hours of State certified and Agency approved education and group therapy sessions.  This program is accomplished by attending all treatment sessions in addition to individual counseling with a primary counselor and random urinalysis testing.  Dates and times of the IOP vary throughout the year.

Interim services are available to those patients waiting to enter inpatient treatment or are scheduled to attend an upcoming IOP session. OBHC also recommends attendance at self-help support groups.

Deferred Prosecution

OBHC has in place a 2 year program & court reporting system that meets the State Deferred Prosecution requirements


At no charge, a confidential appointment can be scheduled to discuss any questions you may have about yourself or others regarding alcohol and/or drug related issues.

Relapse Prevention /Aftercare

This continuum of care is offered so each patient has a strong recovery system in place.  Aftercare group sessions are offered during the day and early evenings to assist patients with work schedules.

Alcohol/Drug Information School (A/DIS)

An (8-12) hour alcohol/drug education class is offered at various times throughout the year.  Both English and Spanish A/DIS classes are available.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Employers concerned about an employee may contact our agency at 509.826.6191 for more information on our referral process.

Community Education

Community Education is an important part of networking with our community to provide information and education regarding services we have to offer.  Our staff is available to speak at meetings, trainings, in-services, etc., upon request.

Bilingual Services

All services provided at our agency are also available in Spanish.  

Payment for Services

Temporary Assistance For Needy Families (TANF)

TANF assessments are available to provide assistance with the cost of chemical dependency treatment services for those clients who are eligible for this funding source through our local DSHS.

DSHS Provider One Card

Private Insurance

If you have private insurance, we will bill your carrier in most cases. 

Sliding Fee Schedule

All fees are based on a sliding fee schedule according to the number of dependents and household income.

Please contact our finance department at 509-826-6191 if you have questions regarding payment or billing.  Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare’s finance staff is available Monday – Thursday 8am to 5pm, Friday 8am to 4pm. 

Equal Rights

It is the policy of Okanogan Behavioral HealthCare that all programs and activities of the agency or any of its contractors will be conducted without regard to race, color, national origin, marital status, veteran status, sex, disability, religion, creed, age or sexual orientation.

*Language interpreter services are available at no cost*