Outpatient Programs

Celebrating over twenty-five years of outstanding services to young people and their families….

Outpatient Treatment Services for teens 12 to 18 years of age:

Finding the best place to obtain help for your son or daughter who is using alcohol or other drugs can often be an absolutely overwhelming experience. There are so many questions that a parent or guardian may have.

Daybreak Outpatient offers a wide range of services to help young people identify their problems, help them see there is another way to live, and teach them skills they need in order to live without substances.

As a leader in substance abuse treatment for over 25 years, Daybreak offers programs aimed at  intervention with kids in the early use of substances to assisting teens in recovery from chemical dependency. We have developed programs that are based upon years of research, that are focused on assisting the young person in preparing for a lifetime of being drug free and successful.

We’ve built our reputation by providing a wide range of treatment options for teenagers, which get results. We offer a team of experts who provide a comprehensive and structured model that recognizes the unique needs of teenagers.

Services are provided after school, evenings or weekends, so that the teens and parents can continue to maintain their daily lives at home, school, and work. Call Monday thru Friday, 9:30 to 5:30 for additional information or to request an appointment

Locations in Spokane, Spokane Valley and Vancouver, WA:

960 E. 3rd



Spokane, WA:  960East 3rd – (509) 444-7033






10814 E Broadway

Spokane Valley, 10814 E Broadway, (509) 927-1688






11818 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd. Suite 307

Vancouver, WA:   11818 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd. Suite 307 –(360)750-9635






Our Values:

At Daybreak, we recognize our responsibility for assisting the young person and their families becoming drug free and out of harms way.   We aspire to:

  • Ensure that we are welcoming, respectful and tailor to the needs, concerns and values of the young person and their families.
  • Make your treatment experience as pleasant as possible.
  • Hold service to children and teens as our highest priority.
  • Partner with parents and care givers to ensure good treatment for the young person.
  • Encourage family participation in the young person’s growth and recovery.
  • Honor diversity of all kinds and recognize that we are stronger when we are diverse. We strive to be culturally sensitive and to advocate for equity and inclusion in all that we work to do.
  • Remain sensitive to clients’ varying abilities and learning style.