Rob Long, CDP

Executive Director

Robert Long is a valuable asset in the battle against addiction to drugs and alcohol. He has over 30 years of experience and is considered an expert in his field. Rob is the current administrator and lead counselor of Freedom Recovery, LLC. Not only has he been successful in owning a private treatment agency for the last decade, he has been a great contributor to the development and execution of many programs used by other facilities in the industry.

Rob is also a husband, and a father to four children. He is involved in community support activities, some of which are church functions and sports tournaments.​​

One of the Leading Drug and Alcohol Centers in Washington State

Comprehensive and Individualized Care

Freedom Recovery Center provides comprehensive, innovative and affordable substance abuse program for individuals suffering with addiction. Our unique substance abuse program uses a multi-disciplinary approach to addiction, with a team of addiction professionals including licensed and certified counselors, and employees who specialize in addiction.

Sober Support Groups

We believe the foundation of recovery from addictive disorders is education and a willingness to learn through the experiences of others by getting involved and establishing a sober support network. Many have found a solution by attending 12-step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Celebrate Recovery.

Relapse Prevention

There are warning signs of relapse long before the first drink or drug use occurs. Core coping skills and issues are evaluated by our counselors. The content includes but is not limited to; relapse process, use of leisure time, anger management, handling social pressures, codependency, communication skills, handling/avoiding high risk situations, guilt/shame, long-term sobriety plans, managing post-acute withdrawal, and phases of recovery.

Life Skills

The Life Skills Group helps raise awareness of how substance use and emotions are related. The purpose is to build skills for emotion regulation in areas of communication, conflict resolution, stress, relationships with others, and high-risk situations.