Health and Safety

At Northpoint, we provide treatment for substance use and mental health conditions in a safe, comfortable environment. If you’re looking to start your recovery journey, we’re here to help.

Northpoint’s COVID-19 Response

Imagine Spokane offers same-day admissions 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We’re committed to COVID-19 protocols that keep all of our team members and our patients safe.

We’ve taken special safety measures at all of our facilities, including:

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Enhanced cleaning for frequent and consistent disinfection.
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Social Distancing

Cancellation of non-essential visits and community activities.
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Special Training

Increased education and communication for clients and staff.
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Mandatory Screening

Pre-admission infection screening for all potential new patients.
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Task Force

Twice-daily task force meetings to review and adhere to CDC guidelines.

Need to talk?

Our support team is available to speak at any time

Your Protection
Is Our Priority

During this pandemic, we are rapidly responding and adapting our approach to keep our community protected. That being said, our team is carefully monitoring CDC guidelines in order to maintain your safety during the COVID-19 crisis.


  • Enhanced and increased frequency of cleaning and disinfection at all facilities
  • Making hand sanitizer & handwashing stations available throughout the facilities
  • Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Social Distancing

  • Moving to site essential employees only at our facilities
  • Family and non-essential visits are cancelled until further notice.
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Verify Your Insurance

Northpoint Recovery works with many insurance providers to help cover your costs for accessible and affordable treatment.

Our COVID Task Force

Committed to Your Safety

Learn more about Imagine Spokane’s programs and our COVID-19 protocols by reaching out to our team at 509.870.3810.

We have developed a task force that carefully monitors the evolving situation and makes necessary adjustments in real-time as suggested by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

The task force meets to review CDC recommendations and make necessary program changes as needed. We have also increased client and staff education and communication and continually review infection control and emergency management processes.