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Medford, Oregon Drug and Alcohol Treatment Resources

Addiction is painful, both for the addict and the people who love him or her the most. Addicts may spend years in denial, struggling to accept the ways addiction has touched their lives. And in this process, they may harm loved ones, break the law, and encounter financial ruin. Rehab facilities such as NorthPoint Recovery, though, offer real hope for lasting and meaningful change. Addiction isn't your fault, but how you deal with your addiction is. Rehab is the very best choice you can make.

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Medford Addiction Resources
Medford Addiction Resources

If you can't yet take advantage of rehab, though, support groups are a good way to begin your path toward recovery. Support groups can also assist some rehab graduates help themselves through challenging times and stay true on their recovery journey. The support of your local support group can help you achieve and maintain success on your path toward recovery.

Medford AA Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was invented by an alcoholic nearly a century ago, and remains the most popular and effective recovery program available for people who want to go it alone. The program's world-renowned 12 steps help you reclaim your life by focusing on making amends, taking responsibility, and setting healthy goals.

Medford AA Meetings

AA meetings are held every day, and although donations are welcome, meetings are 100% free. To find the AA meeting perfect for your busy schedule, click here. Other local groups include:

Medford Fellowship Group
Sundays at 9am
Alano Club
1921 Elm Ave.
Medford, OR
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Tell it Like it is Group
Sundays at 6:30pm
Christ Unity Church
540 N. Holly St.
Medford, OR
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Thank God I’m Sober Group
Sundays at 7pm
Community Health Center, Hudspeth Conference Room
19 Myrtle St.
Medford, OR
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Park Bench Group
Mondays at 12 noon
Parkside Café
110 Hawthorne St.
Medford, OR
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Rebellion Dogs Our Every Step Group
Mondays at 12 noon
Christ Unity Church
540 N. Holly St.
Medford, OR
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There is a Solution Group
Mondays at 6:30pm
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
1900 Greenwood St.
Medford, OR
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Medford Fellowship Group
Tuesdays at 12:30pm
Alano Club
1921 Elm Ave.
Medford, OR
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Tuesday Night Chippers Group
Tuesdays at 7pm
Church of Christ
2320 Siskiyou Blvd.
Medford, OR
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Bottom of the Barrel Group
Tuesdays at 8pm
AA Central Office
116 E. 6th St.
Medford, OR
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Keeping it Simple Women’s Group
Wednesdays at 12 noon
Old Carnegie Library, Bottom floor
413 W. Main St.
Medford, OR
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As Bill Sees it Group
Wednesdays at 6:30pm
Alano Club
1921 Elm Ave.
Medford, OR
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Dog on the Roof Group
Wednesdays at 7pm
Behind Star 24 Bodyworks, meeting hall
1024 Summit Ave.
Medford, OR
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Thursday Candlelight Group
Thursdays at 6:30pm
Congregational Church, Lidgate Hall
1801 E. Jackson St.
Medford, OR
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Pacific Positive Action Group
Thursdays at 7pm
West Main Church of Christ
1701 W. Main St.
Medford, OR
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Medford Fellowship Group
Thursdays at 8pm
Alano Club
1921 Elm Ave.
Medford, OR
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Capacity to be Honest Group
Fridays at 12 noon
Christ Unity Church
540 N. Holly St.
Medford, OR
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Just for Today Group
Fridays at 6:30pm
Ascension Lutheran Church
2617 E. Barnett Rd.
Medford, OR
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How it Works Group
Fridays at 7pm
Christ Unity Church
540 N. Holly St.
Medford, OR
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Stick in the Mud Group
Saturdays at 3pm
Zion Lutheran Church
516 W. 4th St.
Medford, OR
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Survivors Group
Saturday at 7:30pm
Addictions Recovery Center
1003 W. Main St.
Medford, OR
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Medford Fellowship Group
Saturdays at 8pm
Alano Club
1921 Elm Ave.
Medford, OR
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Medford NA Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous relies on a similar model to AA, encouraging participants to work the steps and maintain permanent sobriety. While the group caters to addicts of all drugs, including heroin, cocaine, meth, and crack, it also offers groups designed to help addicts with specific addictions, such as marijuana and cocaine.

Medford NA Meetings

To find your local meeting, click here. Some other helpful local resources include:

Red Eye Group
Sundays at 9:30am
Rogue Valley Medical Center
2825 E. Barnett Rd.
Medford, OR
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A Simple Solution
Sundays at 5:30pm
Jackson Community Probation
1101 W. Main St.
Medford, OR
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We Choose Not to Use
Sundays at 7pm
Jackson Community Probation
1101 W. Main St.
Medford, OR
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Regardless
Mondays at 6pm
West Main Church of Christ
1701 W. Main St.
Medford, OR
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Back to Basics
Mondays at 7:30pm
Zion Lutheran Church
4th & Oakdale
Medford, OR
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Out to Lunch Bunch
Tuesdays at 12 noon
Parkside Café
110 Hawthorne St.
Medford, OR
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Welcome Home
Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Zion Lutheran Church
4th & Oakdale
Medford, OR
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Serenity Sisters
Wednesdays at 7pm
Rogue Valley Medical Center
2825 E. Barnett Rd.
Medford, OR
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Unloaded – Men’s Group
Wednesdays at 7pm
Rogue Valley Medical Center
2825 E. Barnett Rd.
Medford, OR
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Live Free or Die Clean
Thursdays at 8am
On Track
221 W. Main St.
Medford, OR
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Terminally Unique
Thursdays at 6pm
Zion Lutheran Church
4th & Oakdale
Medford, OR
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Young Gunz
Thursdays at 8pm
Jackson Community Probation
1101 W. Main St.
Medford, OR
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Our Name is No Name
Fridays at 7pm
Zion Lutheran Church
4th & Oakdale
Medford, OR
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An Attitude of Gratitude
Saturdays at 12 noon
529 Edwards St.
Medford, OR
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Circle of Friends Group
Saturdays at 6pm
Zion Lutheran Church
4th & Oakdale
Medford, OR
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Kick up Your Feet
Saturdays at 9pm
Zion Lutheran Church
4th & Oakdale
Medford, OR
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Medford Alanon and Naranon Resources

Medford Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Family members and friends suffer immensely when a loved one becomes addicted. They may spend months attempting to convince the addict to seek treatment. Addiction sparks a roller coaster of relapse, lies, family conflict, and victimization. Many friends and family of addicts have been stolen from or lied to. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon help loved ones learn to let go, focus on their own needs, and move past the pain of a loved one's addiction. These two organizations also offer companion programs, Alateen and Narateen, for teenagers affected by a family member's addiction.

  • You can find a Nar-Anon family group near your home by following this link.
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Medford Alternative Resources

Medford Drug Support Groups

Just because the NA model works well for some doesn't mean it works for everyone. Of particular concern to some people is the program's emphasis on a “higher power.” Some groups also meet in churches or pray. For some addicts, the 12 steps feel like dogma, while others simply want a supplement to the help they get from NA. If you prefer a secular support group with the focus on rational thought and the scientific method, consider a Smart Recovery program:

Medford Alanon and Naranon Resources

Medford Alternative Treatment Resources

Although the AA program works for many, it isn't the best fit for everyone. Secular Organizations for Sobriety offers free and confidential online drug and alcohol support groups here.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Resources in Medford, OR

Reasons to Seek Help for Addiction

Addiction changes your personality, your thoughts, your relationships, and your life. This alone should be sufficient reason to seek help; you don't deserve to reside in a state of alcohol and drug-induced misery, and quitting shouldn't feel impossible. Rehab makes the journey toward sobriety a bit easier, offering you the support you need.

Medford Alanon and Naranon Resources

Consider Getting Addiction Treatment in Medford, OR

Sometimes it takes going to drug or alcohol rehab in order for recovery to occur. At NorthPoint Recovery, we want you to know we’re here for you. We’d be happy to talk with you about your options for addiction treatment.

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