McMinnville, Oregon - McMinnville, Oregon is the county seat of Yamhill County, and it was named by its founder, William T. Newby. As of 2010, McMinnville had a population of 32,187. The locals refer to McMinnville as Mac, and it’s a city that has only one zip code – 97128.
If you need help for your addiction, it’s best to begin by checking out these low-cost and free resources that are readily available to you. It’s never a good idea to put off getting professional help, and these groups can give you support.
The Oregon Alcohol and Drug Help Line is: 1-800-923-4357
Alcoholics Anonymous follows the 12 Step Program of recovery, and they have been instrumental in helping many people recover from alcoholism.
Early Wake-Up Call Group
Life Support Community Center
4985 Willamette Falls Dr.
West Linn, Oregon
Gratitude in the Gorge Group
36930 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy
H.O.W. at Noon Group
Clackamas Community Club
15711 SE 90th Ave.
Narcotics Anonymous is an organization that provides support group meetings for those who are recovering from drug addictions.
First Baptist Church
125 Southeast Cowls Street
611 NE Davis St.
Saint Barnabas Church
822 West 2nd St.
Alateen meetings are a safe place for teens and children to come together and support each other despite their loved ones’ addictions.
Together We Can Make It Alateen
12650 SW 5th St.
Courage to Live Alateen
St. John’s Catholic Church
10955 SE 25th
Salem Alliance Church 1305 5th St.
Al-Anon is an organization that has helped a countless number of families heal while their loved ones were recovering from addictions.
Up the Steps AFG
Hazelden Treatment Center
1901 Esther St.
Tuesday Brown Baggers AFG
McMinnville Cooperative Ministries
544 NE 2nd St.
Serene Step Study AFG
823 NE Ford St.
You may be concerned about how you will be able to afford any type of formal addiction treatment, and if that’s the case, you need to know about recent changes in our country’s healthcare laws. Visit SAMHSA.gov to learn how you can get help covering the cost of your addiction treatment, and even end up paying nothing out of your own pocket.
How long have you been battling your addiction? Some people battle them for years on their own, trying time and time again to stop using, but finding that they can’t. If that’s been your experience, here at NorthPoint Recovery, we want to help you.
There’s no need for you to fight this battle on your own. We want to help you be successful in your recovery. We can provide you with professional recommendations for treatment that will help you know what your next step should be. Contact us to get more information.