Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Kent, WA

Kent Washington Drug Alcohol Rehab
Located in Washington's King County, Kent is a small town that has a range of state-funded rehab options, including the Opioid Treatment Program (OTP).1 The state of Washington has various policies and laws in place to help those with substance use disorder (SUD), such as the Good Samaritan Overdose Law, and Ricky’s Law, which means you can be committed to a drug or alcohol rehab in Kent or a nearby city if you’re found to be a danger to yourself or others. If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, there are plenty of recovery resources in Kent, as well as centers that offer rehab and therapy services by qualified, licensed professionals.

Find Rehab Centers in Kent

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STOP Treatment Center Kent

610 West Meeker Street
Kent, WA 98032

253-234-1190 Outpatient Private
Consejo Counseling and Referral Service Kent

515 West Harrison Street
Kent, WA 98032

253-579-1998 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Associated Behavioral Health Care Kent

841 Central Avenue North
Kent, WA 98032

253-867-5344 Outpatient Detox Private
Kent Comprehensive Treatment Center

21851 84th Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032

425-947-2462 Outpatient Detox Private
Kent Youth and Family Services

232 2nd Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032

253-859-0300 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Alternative Counseling Kent

19435 68th Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032

425-251-1933 Outpatient Private
John Volken Academy

921 Central Avenue
Kent, WA 98032

855-592-3001 Inpatient Free
Therapeutic Health Services Kent

24823 Pacific Highway South
Kent, WA 98032

253-681-0010 Outpatient Free Private Medicaid
Kent Comprehensive Treatment Center

21851 84th Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032

425-947-2462 Outpatient Detox Private
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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Kent, Washington

During the past decade, there’s been a steady rise in the number of people affected severely by drug and alcohol abuse. As of September 2022, there have been 608 total overdoses from drugs and alcohol.2 Here are some more statistics about King County, where Kent is located:2,3,4,5

How to Pay for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Kent, WA

Kent, Washington
Costs of rehab can vary depending on your needs and preferences, such as short-term or long-term programs, what types of amenities are included, and the level of support received. If you are among the millions of Americans that don’t have access to employer or state-funded health insurance, there are still plenty of options for you in Washington. In addition to low-income and free rehabs such as:

Rehab scholarships might be available through private and state-funded rehabs, though they are usually reserved for those with the most severe need. If you have no other way to pay for addiction treatment, you can ask a rehab you have your eye on, you might be surprised who has a scholarship fund available.

Medical loans are another way to pay for rehab, which might be found independently or offered through the rehab center’s financing department. You can find out if a rehab offers payment plans or other financing options by calling and asking the admissions team.

Private and Subsidized Health Insurance

If you have health insurance coverage through your employer or purchased coverage off the open marketplace, you can generally use that coverage to pay for drug rehab in Kent. Insurance companies that serve Washington, such as Kaiser, Regence BlueShield, PacificSource Health Plans, and Providence Health Plan, all have different policies and fees. Call your insurance provider by dialing the customer service number on the back of your card. They’ll be able to answer questions about rehab, what services they pay for, and give you a referral to your nearest in-network addiction treatment program.

Medicare and Apple Health, Washington’s Medicaid program, provide payment for rehab services including:

To qualify for these free health insurance programs, you must either be very low-income or be above age 65 or disabled. Each program has different requirements and coverage limitations, so make sure to learn about what your plan would be able to cover before signing up for any program that needs your health insurance coverage.

Speak with your nearest health and human services agency to get screened and apply for Medicare or Apple Health. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) keeps track of certified rehab programs and shows there are 17 rehabs within the city of Kent, at least six of which offer some sort of rehab financial assistance — whether it’s a sliding fee scale or a rehab scholarship.

How Easy is it to Travel to and Within Kent, WA?

Accommodations: There are myriad temporary and semi-temporary housing opportunities in the city and nearby, with 314 hotels in the area and seven in the city and plenty of apartments and single-family homes for rent.

Getting There: Located between Renton and Auburn, Kent is situated nicely with easy access to Interstate 5 and Route 67 when you want to explore the state. The famed Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (or SeaTac) is within driving distance, about 20 minutes northwest of the city by car. There are also four smaller airports, including the King County International Airport and the Water Taxi for reaching Vashon Island or one of the other islands throughout the Puget Sound.

Getting Around: Public transportation in the area is top-notch, with easy access to other cities in the area via railway on the Sounder train system. The Sounder train has 12 intercity stations, including one in Kent, and the Lightrail serves the greater Seattle area, including a stop at SeaTac. When you want to explore and visit your loved ones in rehab in the Evergreen State, there are plenty of ways to get around.


  1. Washington Healthcare Authority. (2022). Ricky’s Law Involuntary Treatment Act.
  2. King County Hospitals for a Healthier Community. (2022). King County Community Health Needs Assessment.
  3. King County, WA. (2022). Overdose deaths.
  4. Center for Disease Control. (2022). CDC Wonder Tool.
  5. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (June 2021). 2019 TEDS Annual Report.