Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers
10322 NE 132nd Street, Kirkland, Washington, 98034
Lakeside Milam Recovery Centers works with people suffering from crippling addictions to drugs and alcohol. Lakeside’s comprehensive program includes not only physical and mental treatment modalities, but also extensive education programs that foster awareness and self-reliance. The staff at Lakeside develops personalized treatment plans that move clients perpetually forward in the journey towards sobriety. Lakeside does not believe in “quick fix” programs and encourages its clients to take recovery seriously and slowly. Lakeside offers inpatient, outpatient, residential and long-term treatment options to ensure that no clients “fall through the cracks” and relapse into addiction.
- Family Programs
- Outpatient Programs
- Co-Occurring Disorders
Young Adult TreatmentThe disease of addiction presents in young adults no differently than it does for any other victim. It follows the same progression and demonstrates the same symptoms as it does in a middle-aged male or female. There is a difference, however, in how it affects key parts of the brain and how quickly the disease can progress.
Opiate Addiction TreatmentAddiction to both licit and illicit opiates has increased dramatically. Young adults (18-25 years old) have been the largest segment of the population to fall victim to opiate addiction. While prescription drugs like oxycodone and hydrocodone may still be the drug of choice for many, the increasing cost of these drugs on the street has compelled many young addicts to turn to heroin, a cheaper but more dangerous drug, especially when injected.
Meet the Staff
- Monica TalleyHuman Resources DirectorMonica Talley began her career with Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers in 1986 as an administrative assistant. She started at the main facility that was then located in Juanita at the St. Thomas Center. Monica is currently the Human Resources Director.
- Quincy JeffersonTraining DirectorQuincy Jefferson began his career with Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers in 1997 as an Associate Counselor in the Adolescent Inpatient Center in Burien. Quincy is now the Training Director.