The future depends on what you do in the present

"Who else needs to get their life back on track?"

“John” (name changed for confidentiality) walked into the agency.

His life hurt. What began as a “take-it-or-leave-it” activity with alcohol had turned into “I must have it.” In its wake came the consequences – a DUI, family torn apart, a career in jeopardy.

“Is there any hope?”

If that describes your situation, life is crashing.

You use more alcohol or drugs to dull life’s unpleasant emotions. When the effect wears off, feelings of fear, sadness, and anger come roaring back.

"Is it time to consider another way?"

Since 1986, when Harriet Follman started the agency, thousands in crisis got back on track to sobriety and a restored life.

Many came from Burlington, Mount Vernon, Sedro-Woolley, and Anacortes. Others found us from other parts of Skagit, Whatcom, Island and Snohomish counties.

"Are you weary of battling your addictions?"

Call us.

We direct anger towards positive goals. We comfort the fearful and stand by your side through the dark days of early recovery.

Today, the second-generation of the Follman family continue the work that Harriet Follman began three decades ago.

We added treatment solutions to mental health disorders, domestic violence, anger management, problem gambling, bullying, sex and internet addictions to meet the expanding needs of our clients. Yet, we never forget why we exist –

to get your life back on track!

If that is what you want, then you need Follman.

The longest journey begins with the first step.

That first step is to pick-up the phone and call 360.755-1125 and say, “I need an appointment.”

Our staff will match you with the counselor who will best work for you.

Recently, “John” who came into the agency earlier, stood up in his group session, and said to his counselor, “Peter, thank-you for saving my life.”

Alcohol abuse had hijacked his life. Follman restored it.

We can help you get your life back on track!

“The most glorious moment in your life are not the so-called days of success, but rather those days when out of dejection and despair you feel rise in you a challenge to life, and the promise of future accomplishments.” - Gustave Flaubert

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