Albany, Oregon - Albany, Oregon is located in Linn County, and it's actually the county seat. It is the 11th largest city in the state with a population of about 51,500 people. Albany is mostly made up of farming communities and offers more than 30 different parks and trails.
Find out more about the various free resources that are available for you to help you with addiction recovery.
Oregon's Alcohol and Drug Help Line: 1-800-923-4357
When a family member is suffering from an addiction Al-Anon offers support groups that are designed to offer help and encouragement.
Albany Care & Share AFG
United Presbyterian Church 330 5th Ave. SW
Church of the Good Samaritan
333NW 35th St.
Lebanon Community Hospital
525 N. Santiam Hwy
Alcoholics Anonymous offers hope and assistance to those who struggle with alcoholism and wish to recover.
Albany Group 1
1111 Bain St. SE
Happy Hour Group
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
1910 34th Ave. SE
Willamette Valley Dogs on the Roof Group
St. Mary's Catholic Church
728 SW Ellsworth St.
Narcotics Anonymous offers hope to those who battle drug addiction by providing strong support groups.
104 4th Avenue Southwest
First Christian Church
432 Ferry Street Southwest
238 3rd Avenue Southeast
Alateen meetings provide a safe place for teenagers and children with addicted loved ones to talk about their challenges.
Stepping Into Recovery
Salem Hospital Building
890 Oak St.
Walk It, Talk It, Know It, Show It
Meridian United Church
6750 SW Boekman Road
St. James Episcopal Church
11511 SW Bull Mountain Rd.
Alateens are also welcome to attend all Al-Anon meetings.More AlAteen Resources
You may have put off getting addiction treatment because of finances, and if that's the case, you probably aren't aware how much help there is available to you. SAMHSA.gov is a website that can provide you with information about The Affordable Care act and other healthcare laws that have been put into place to ensure that you're able to cover the costs of addiction treatment. Additional free or low cost financial assistance is may be available to you as well.
Regardless of how long you've been using drugs or alcohol, it's important for you to know that you don't have to continue in your addiction. So many people try to stop using drugs and alcohol on their own, and most of them find that they relapse again and again.
At NorthPoint Recovery, we want to help you avoid relapsing so that you can enjoy a life that's free from addiction. If you would like to learn more about how you can get help at NorthPoint Recovery, we'd love to talk with you. Please contact us.