Attain ABA

UPDATED: March 12, 2020

We are Attain ABA, and we serve children, youth or young adults with a diverse behavioral health diagnosis nationwide. Attain ABA adheres to the belief that individuals should be provided the opportunity to reach their full potential by developing evidence-based therapeutic interventions to promote positive behavior change with individualized supports and treatment. Attain ABA strives to create an environment for individuals to maximize their potential independence. Attain ABA’s guiding principles for treatment include the family commitment to treatment, highly individualized treatment, and a community based multi-disciplinary team approach to treatment. Our team of well qualified clinicians seek to provide a collaborative team-based approach of ethical, evidence-based treatment for individuals to experience creative and diverse interventions in real-world environments to create positive outcomes. We accept many different insurances and are accepting new clients. Visit us today at

  • Languages:
  • Amharic
  • English
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


Attain ABA
1000 Potomac St NW
5th floor
Washington, DC 20007
United States


Attain ABA Therapy | Washington DC





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