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Daybreak Youth Services, state agency file complaints against each other

Youth treatment provider, with facilities in Brush Prairie and Spokane, is accused of hindering probes

By , Columbian Assistant Metro Editor
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Both the Washington Department of Health and Daybreak Youth Services filed complaints against the other Wednesday over the department’s suspension of the facility’s licenses.

The actions come after the health department announced Friday its intent to suspend the licenses for Daybreak’s facilities in Brush Prairie and Spokane. The department said staff at the addiction and mental health treatment facilities failed to cooperate with investigations since March 2022 into multiple allegations of inappropriate behavior with teenage patients.

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