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Securing PPE for residential centers in Washington state

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Sundown M. Ranch along with the Association of Alcoholism and Addiction Programs of Washington State (AAP) secured and provided 40,000 surgical masks to residential providers in the state.  With the help of State Representative Lauren Davis, Sundown was able to distribute the masks to those residential facilities in need in the community.

Sundown M Ranch is a safe, serene retreat located on thirty acres at the entrance of the Yakima River Canyon, the perfect setting for healing. Sundown M Ranch is nationally recognized for its quality programs and professional caregivers.

Sundown M Ranch is a private corporation established on March 4, 1968, as the first non-profit alcoholism treatment program in Washington State. The program is designed exclusively for the treatment of persons afflicted with the disease of alcoholism and other life-threatening drug dependencies.

Every Sundown staff member is guided by our motto, “The Patient is the Reason We are Here.”

The Sundown M Ranch treatment program is licensed by the State of Washington Department of Health, accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), and certified by the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery. For more information on our standards and accreditation, click on the logos at the bottom of this page.

Even with a record of successful innovative treatment, Sundown M Ranch remains among the most affordable alcohol and drug treatment centers in the country.

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