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A History of Success Treating Alcohol and Drug Addiction

Since 1968 Sundown M Ranch has led over 116,500 adolescents, adults and families from the grip of alcohol and drug addiction to the freedom of recovery. 

adult-treatmentAdult Treatment

(18+ years)
  • Innovative programs utilizing certified counselors and medical professionals.
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youth-treatmentYouth Treatment

(12-18 years)
  • Separate treatment and recovery programs for males and females.
  • Chemical dependency professionals are specially trained in youth specific treatment.
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Family Treatment

  • family-treatmentSuccessful drug and alcohol treatment and recovery must include patients and their families.
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Admissions

Reservations for admittance to Sundown M Ranch may be arranged through your local community drug and alcohol center, a chemical dependency professional, employment assistance program staff, or direct contact with us by Phone, Mail, or E-mail.

The reputation of Sundown M Ranch is built on providing award winning treatment programs at affordable prices. The cost of treatment at the Adult Treatment Center or the Youth Treatment Center may be obtained by calling (509) 457-0990.

News

Sundown M Ranch has started to include the use of an online pre-admission application  as a convenience for individuals looking to come into treatment.  It is not a required, but can help expedite the process of setting up a reservation.  You can access the form here>>>

Alumni submit your testimonials about how treatment helped start your journey of recovery.  We love to hear from our alumni.  You can contact us at alumni@sundown.org.

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