About Treatment Center
Located in Bremerton, Washington, Naval Hospital Bremerton offers treatment for Addiction, Alcohol Abuse and Drug Abuse. Our dedicated team of addiction specialists aim to provide the highest standard of care and attention to our patients. Our treatment approaches, which include Cognitive/behavioral therapy, Rational emotive behavioral therapy and Substance abuse counseling approach are available to Adult men, Adult women and Seniors or older adults. Beginning with an initial assessment of the patient, we are able to build a connection with the patient and foster a trusting relationship. This, in turn, helps us to identify the best possible methods to implement within the customized treatment plans that we provide to our patients.We have Computerized treatment, General Hospital(including VA hospital) and Intensive outpatient treatment treatment options that are invaluable to the patients’ recovery process. With the right treatment plan in place, our patients can achieve all of their goals. With the guidance and support of our dedicated staff, our patients’ chances for a successful recovery are optimized to the highest degree. We accept Most Insurances as well as many other insurances. We aim to show addicts how to live the life that they’ve always wanted – one that is filled with happiness, peace, and fulfillment. The only way to achieve this life, however, is to abstain from substance abuse.
Rehab Center Details
- Smoking not permitted
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
- Computerized treatment
- General Hospital(including VA hospital)
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Regular outpatient treatment
- Adult men
- Adult women
- Seniors or older adults
- Lesbian gay bisexual or transgender (LGBT)
Areas of Specialization
- 12-step faciltitation approach
- Accepts clients on opioid medication
- Anger management
- Brief intervention approach
- Contingency management/motivational incentive
- Family Addiction Counseling
- Group counseling offered
- Individual counseling offered
- Motivational interviewing
- Naltrexone (oral)
- Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders
- Relapse Prevention
American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Military insurance, Visa.
- Most Insurances
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Wonderful physical therapists. They were so supportive & kept me focused.
Cheri Koehler, 1 month ago
I gave a 3 stars because there are good and bad things about this hospital. Good: providers care (for the most part), same day appointments available, nurses call back within 24 hours for concerns on behalf of the providers, the hospital has most departments for the referral process, galley has affordable food and you can fill your belly about 3 times from your one helping, Tricare or referral clinic usually calls back within 3-5 business days for scheduling referrals, great views of the sound, smoke deck in corner of hospital down by fence next to the forest, customer service is pretty good throughout, of course you have a few bad apples here and there, but that's everywhere, free wifi access while you wait, Subway restaurant on main advertised from galley, if you are stressed while your loved one is in surgery... The hospital has a healing garden and nature trails to clear your mind! There is a grand piano in the quarterdeck for anyone who is trained to play to allow your beautiful melodies to float freely through the first three decks of both building attached to the QD... I've heard it being played often. I've even heard people singing to their playing. It's not a bad place to be if you're a positive person. Bad: parking!!!! Wait times into family medicine or pharmacy can be 20 minutes to 5 hours. It would be more convenient for family medicine to have their own pharmacy team on the floors that the patient is seen on to fill said medications. Flu shots don't arrive until will into flu season. Pediatrics has no routine appointments for things like physicals for schools. I've had to wait 6 weeks for phyiscal that was due at the start of the school year. No exceptions were made and we are still waiting. Corpsman and civilian staff alike say inappropriate things in front of patients.
Eli Greene, 1 month ago
This is an overall review for my experience with NHB for their exemplary service to me and my family during 2011-2015 Appointment times were concise and would make reasonable accommodations. When screening through for bone marrow they made it easy get paperwork sent to them. They handled my IUD pregnancy with exceptional amount of care (well except for one nurse who accidentally said congratulations not knowing the implications) with continual monitoring. Emergency was reasonable in priority as well as gave me private quarters when I went in for possible MC (ended up a tubal rupture) Surgery went well and respectful. OBGYN team was incredible. Birthing at NHB was pretty respectful of my needs...I may have kicked an OB out of my room and they accepted it with grace and brought in Commander Larsen who helped me deliver. Records for infants was amazing and they printed out and explained growth charts and curves as well as immunizations. Their nursing coach was invaluable. Their resources and accommodations made me truly appreciate having tricare and while I do enjoy my private insurance, I will honestly say I miss this hospital and staff
Rachel Funball, 7 months ago
The hospital itself is clean and designed quite beautifully, it's a pleasant experience meandering around the place if you have to go for diagnostic testing or labs. There are some beautiful views of the sound from the 2nd+ floors. The staff that I have encountered have been efficient, kind, and good at their jobs. The phlebotomists in the lab are speedy about things (no digging for veins) and super nice; and the medical techs in the family practice clinic are super sweet. There's a good vibe. The pharmacy is great- they do serve a large community so you may have a wait if you're there at a busy time, (in my experience this has been in the early and late afternoon hours), but it is run efficiently. Something that's noteworthy if you're a first-time visitor to the pharmacy: you'll need to approach one of the kiosks which are positioned by the windows that face the sound and select your status- active duty, family member, etc. and at that time it will print you a numbered ticket. You don't approach an open window, you just find said kiosk(s), get your ticket, and wait to be called. There is ample seating and there are numerous TV's in the waiting area (which is large). All that said, I have not been admitted for more serious care at this hospital, so I cannot speak to the quality of the surgeons and nursing care. I trust this hospital for routine care, diagnostic testing, and seeing my primary care physician. For those things this hospital exceeds my expectations of military health care. I love NHB.
M, 8 months ago
Since Apathy is a lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern I would agree they have a LACK of apathy. In other words, a lack of a lack of concern meaning they are very caring, diligent and responsive. BZ!
Steve Werner, 9 months ago
These service men and women do the best with what they have to work with and to see the professionalism, empathy, and attention to detail is really amazing. Thank each and everyone of you for a job well done. Thank you
Coledale Webb, 1 year ago
I have had my wisdom teeth out and gallbladder removed at this hospital as well as a few minor visits. I loved the care I received here! Most of the staff are very friendly and and helpful!
Renee Pickett, 1 year ago