New Directions Counseling, LLC
Alcohol and Drug Treatment
Washington State Certified
Servicios en Español

SCHEDULE CANCELLATION/CHANGE NOTICE

*TODAY (December 8, 2016):  ALL afternoon AND evening groups and appointments have been cancelled!

*TOMORROW (December 9, 2016):  ADIS 8-hour class has been cancelled.
Our next ADIS 8-hr class will be January 13th 2017

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Help is a call away...

Provided in a safe environment and caring atmosphere

Family Owned and Operated Since 1998

We are a family owned and operated business that began in 1998, when we opened our first agency in Centralia, WA.   Since that time we have opened one other agency to better serve our clients in Shelton, WA.   New Directions Counseling is a state approved chemical dependency treatment agency.   The professional staff consists of State qualified and registered counselors who have more than thirty years of experience treating chemical dependencies.

Services we provide

New Directions Counseling is dedicated to providing the highest quality addiction treatment in a safe environment and a caring atmosphere. We provide solutions for people who have a problem with alcohol or drugs by offering evaluations, group therapy, individual therapy, and informational classes relating to alcohol and drugs.

  • D.U.I./Alcohol/Drug Evaluations 
  • Alcohol/Drug Information School 
  • Child Custody Cases
  • Victim Impact Panels
  • Driver’s License Reinstatement Programs 
  • Deferred Prosecution Programs 
  • Relapse Prevention Programs 
  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Inpatient Placement Referrals 
  • Urinalysis Testing

Chehalis Group Times
Monday - Friday
10:00 am - noon
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Shelton Group Times
Monday - Saturday
10:00 am - noon
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Serving Washington State since 1998

...at the following locations and schedules.

Testimonials

“Their greatest strength is their positive attitude they have everyday.”

“They care about people and make you feel at home.”

“They helped me and I actually enjoyed coming to group!”

“It doesn’t feel like a treatment center of business; it feels more like friends and family.”