Chewelah, Washington Addiction Resources

With just over 2,600 residents in 2017, Chewelah is a small Washington community just 45 miles north northwest of Spokane.

It’s a truly outdoors community, with ready access to mountains, national parks, forests, lakes, and streams nearby.

And while its beautiful scenic views may be breathtaking, this small town isn’t isolated from the rise in addiction problems that are currently facing the nation as a whole.

But luckily, there are plenty of addiction resources in Chewelah, WA and the surrounding areas to help keep residents safe, supported, and sober.

This guide takes a closer look at some of the best drug and alcohol addiction resources nearby.

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The Dangers of Overdosing

Addiction is a devastating disease. It can lay waste to finances, ruin social relationships, and sabotage career prospects in no time at all. But one of the most dangerous impacts of a substance abuse problem is without a doubt the risk of an overdose.

Taking too much of an addictive substance can lead to permanent physical and mental problems that can ruin life as you know it. And on top of that, they can also be incredibly deadly.

In fact, recent years has seen a surge in fatal overdoses across the entire country. Since 1999, overdose deaths have jumped by more than 316%. And in 2017 alone, over 70 thousand Americans lost their lives because of a drug overdose.

The problem has gotten so bad that drug overdoses are now the number one cause of death among Americans under the age of 55.

Today more than ever, knowing the signs of an overdose and how to treat it is more important than ever.

Not all overdoses look alike. And knowing which symptoms belong to which drugs can be a key piece of knowledge for treating overdoses.

Below is a list of symptoms of the most commonly abused drugs today.

Benzodiazepines – These medications are typically used to treat mood disorders like depression or anxiety. However, they’re also being abused recreationally more and more. And that makes the risk of an overdose higher than ever. Some signs of a benzodiazepine overdose include:  

  • Dizziness
  • Confusion
  • Drowsiness
  • Blurred vision
  • Unresponsiveness
  • Anxiety
  • Agitation
  • Nystagmus (repetitive, uncontrolled eye movements)
  • Hallucinations
  • Slurred speech
  • Ataxia (lack of muscle coordination)
  • Coma
  • Hypotonia (overly relaxed muscles)
  • Weakness
  • Altered mental status, impairment of thinking
  • Poor memory
  • Shallow breathing
  • Low blood pressure

Cocaine – Perhaps America’s most popular illicit stimulant, cocaine is a highly abused club drug. But it overdoses involving this drug are quite common. Some signs of an overdose on cocaine could include:

  • Seizures
  • Loss of awareness of surroundings
  • Loss of urine control
  • High body temperature, severe sweating
  • High blood pressure, very fast heart rate or irregular heart rhythm
  • Bluish color of the skin
  • Fast or difficulty breathing
  • Death

Crystal Meth – A terrifying psychostimulant, meth is highly addictive and overpowering. Many users end up going on meth “binges” that last for days at a time. And when the drug is used at these levels, it can very easily lead to an overdose. Some signs of a meth overdose include:

  • Agitation
  • Chest pain
  • Coma or unresponsiveness (in extreme cases)
  • Heart attack
  • Irregular or stopped heartbeat
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Very high body temperature
  • Kidney damage and possibly kidney failure
  • Paranoia
  • Seizures
  • Severe stomach pain
  • Stroke

Prescription Opioids – Painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin have legitimate medical uses. However, drugs like these are also quite addictive and deadly when abused. Some signs of an overdose on prescription opioids like OxyContin or Vicodin include:

  • Small, constricted “pinpoint pupils”
  • Falling asleep or loss of consciousness
  • Slow, shallow breathing
  • Choking or gurgling sounds
  • Limp body
  • Pale, blue, or cold skin

Alcohol – Though it’s legal and widely available, alcohol is more dangerous than many people might think, especially when it’s being abused. Here are some of the signs of alcohol poisoning to watch out for:

  • Confusion
  • Vomiting
  • Seizures
  • Slow breathing (less than eight breaths a minute)
  • Irregular breathing (a gap of more than 10 seconds between breaths)
  • Blue-tinged skin or pale skin
  • Low body temperature (hypothermia)
  • Passing out (unconsciousness) and can't be awakened

HeroinWithout a doubt one of the most dangerous illicit drugs today, heroin is especially addictive. And given the numerous substances that batches are usually cut with, it can be quite easy to overdose on too. The signs of a heroin overdose usually include: 

AIRWAYS AND LUNGS 

  • No breathing
  • Shallow breathing
  • Slow and difficult breathing 

EYES, EARS, NOSE, AND THROAT 

  • Dry mouth
  • Extremely small pupils, sometimes as small as the head of a pin (pinpoint pupils)
  • Discolored tongue 

HEART AND BLOOD 

  • Low blood pressure
  • Weak pulse 

SKIN 

  • Bluish-colored nails and lips 

STOMACH AND INTESTINES 

  • Constipation
  • Spasms of the stomach and intestines 

NERVOUS SYSTEM 

  • Coma
  • Delirium
  • Disorientation
  • Drowsiness
  • Uncontrolled muscle movements

The first step in treating an overdose is spotting the signs. After that, the key to the best possible outcome is getting emergency help as quickly as possible.

If you notice the symptoms above, call 9-1-1 immediately.

The operators there will be able to send an ambulance to your location while also instructing you on how best to treat the victim.

If you do have to leave the side of the victim – even for a minute – be sure to put them into what’s known as the “recovery position.” This position is simple, only takes a few seconds, and can be vital in preventing some very serious complications.

The operator will also likely ask you a few questions in order to gauge the situation and provide treatment instructions. These questions may include:

  • What is the age, sex, height, and weight of the victim?
  • What drugs have they taken, how much did they take, and how long ago did they take them?
  • Did they have a legal prescription for the drugs?
  • Did they take any other substances at the same time?

Try to be as accurate and as honest as possible. Lying about, say, whether or not they used illicit drugs can lead to fatal consequences.

They may also advise you to begin performing CPR or administering other care measures like inducing vomiting.

Once the EMTs arrive, they’ll take over caring for the victim. They may also provide special medications like naloxone to help reverse the effects of the overdose.

Ultimately, it comes down to speed and accuracy. The faster and more detailed you are, the better the chances will be that the victim will pull through.

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Local Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery

Overcoming an addiction is no easy task. And in fact, the overwhelming majority of substance abusers (about 40 to 60%) will end up relapsing on the road to their recovery.

A big part of the problem is that many addicts just don’t get the kind of support they need to both achieve and maintain their sobriety. They think that they’re entirely alone in the struggle. And as a result, don’t end up reaching out to others for help. But others still just don’t know where to look for the support they so desperately need.

Luckily, there are plenty of local support groups around Chewelah devoted to helping addicts along their journey to sobriety.

Below are some of the most helpful.

Easily one of the most well-known support groups, Alcoholics Anonymous both highly accessible and particularly helpful. It was founded in 1935 in Akron, Ohio. And since then, it’s grown to include more than 2.1 million members around the world.

AA was the first group to follow the 12-step model. These steps were developed as a way to help members recognize their shortcomings and be completely honest with others about their faults. This path of rigorous honesty has helped many overcome their problematic drinking and begin the healing process through recovery.

Meetings follow a group-talk format and membership is open to anyone looking to regain control over their drinking. And on top of that, meetings are numerous and frequent.

Below are some of the closest AA groups around Chewelah, WA.

SUNDAY

Serenity Breakfast
Sunday at 9:00 am
20.7 mi away
Youth Center Bldg
401 N Wynne St
Colville, WA 99114

Higher Power Meeting
Sunday at 5:00 pm
0.1 mi away
United Church of Christ
10 E Webster Ave
Chewelah, WA 99109

W.A.L.K. AGAIN
Sunday at 6:00 pm
25 mi away
Deer Park Senior Center
316 E Crawford St
Deer Park, WA 99006

MONDAY

Principles Before Personalities
Monday at Noon
19.9 mi away
Colville Community Church
S Elm St & E Hawthorne Ave
Colville, WA 99114

New Frontier Meeting
Monday at 5:00 pm
8 mi away
Addy Rescue Mission
Addy-Main St
Addy, WA 99101

DEER PARK BIG BOOK STUDY
Monday at 6:00 pm
24.7 mi away
Open Door Congregational Church
205 N Main St
Deer Park, WA 99006

TUESDAY

District Meeting
Tuesday at 6:00 pm
19.9 mi away
Colville Community Church
S Elm St & E Hawthorne Ave
Colville, WA 99114

Positively Sober
Tuesday at 7:00 pm
19.9 mi away
Colville Community Church
S Elm St & E Hawthorne Ave
Colville, WA 99114

Senior Center Meeting
Tuesday at 7:00 pm
22.5 mi away
Senior Center
39 Short Cut Rd
Inchelium, WA 99138

Straight Talkers
Tuesday at 7:00 pm
15 mi away
Springdale Community Church
420 N Main St
Springdale, WA 99173

WEDNESDAY

Lunch Bunch
Wednesday at Noon
19.9 mi away
Colville Community Church
S Elm St & E Hawthorne Ave
Colville, WA 99114

WEDNESDAY NOON LIVE
Wednesday at Noon
24.9 mi away
Zion Lutheran Church
218 E Crawford St
Deer Park, WA 99006

DEER PARK WOMEN'S MEETING Women
Wednesday at 6:00 pm
24.9 mi away
Zion Lutheran Church
218 E Crawford St
Deer Park, WA 99006

Serenity in Recovery
Wednesday at 7:00 pm
0.1 mi away
United Church of Christ
10 E Webster Ave
Chewelah, WA 99109

THURSDAY

Big Book Study
Thursday at 7:00 pm
14.5 mi away
Arden Community Hall
Hall Rd
Colville, WA 99114

DEER PARK THURSDAY GROUP
Thursday at 8:00 pm
24.9 mi away
Zion Lutheran Church
218 E Crawford St
Deer Park, WA 99006

FRIDAY

Friday Nite Retreads
Friday at 7:00 pm
12.6 mi away
Lakeside Nazarene Church
3764 N Deer Lake Rd
Loon Lake, WA 99148

Friday Nite Rebels
Friday at 7:00 pm
20 mi away
Mt. Carmel Training Bld
1169 E Columbia Ave
Colville, WA 99114

SATURDAY

SATURDAY MORNING LIVE
Saturday at 8:00 am
24.9 mi away
Zion Lutheran Church
218 E Crawford St
Deer Park, WA 99006

New Frontier Meeting
Saturday at 9:00 am
0 mi away
Chewelah Casino
US-395
Chewelah, WA

Sept to May Potluck Speaker Meeting
Saturday at 6:00 pm
19.9 mi away
Colville Community Church
S Elm St & E Hawthorne Ave
Colville, WA 99114

Fellowship in Recovery (FIR)
Saturday at 6:00 pm
15.3 mi away
House of Hope Church
3993 Colville Rd
Loon Lake, WA 99148

Saturday Night Beginners
Saturday at 7:00 pm
20.3 mi away
Old Avista Bldg.
230 E Birch Ave
Colville, WA 99114

Senior Center Meeting
Saturday at 7:00 pm
22.5 mi away
Senior Center
39 Short Cut Rd
Inchelium, WA 99138

While AA deals specifically with alcoholism, Narcotics Anonymous opens up its doors to addicts of any kind. That means people struggling with any addictive substance – whether it’s meth, heroin, cocaine, or even alcohol – are all welcome to attend.

And like Alcoholics Anonymous, NA’s 12 steps are grounded in real scientific evidence.

There are quite a few Narcotics Anonymous meetings happening around Chewelah, too.

SUNDAY

Adept
Sunday at 10:00AM
801 West Spofford Avenue
Spokane, WA 99205-4665
Map
Open

Solutions Room
Sunday at 3:00PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201-4506
Map
Open

2815 W Sunset Blvd
Sunday at 7:00PM
2815 West Sunset Boulevard
Spokane, WA 99224-1109
Map
Open

MONDAY

Solutions Room
Monday at 3:00PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201-4506
Map
Open

Garden Homes Clinic
Monday at 7:00PM
143 Garden Homes Drive
Colville, WA 99114-9229
Map
Open

Priest River Ministries
Monday at 7:00PM
100 McKinley Street
Priest River, ID 83856-5026
Map
Open

TUESDAY

2815 W Sunset Blvd
Tuesday at 1:00PM
2815 West Sunset Boulevard
Spokane, WA 99224-1109
Map
Closed

Solutions Room
Tuesday at 3:00PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201-4506
Map
Open

WEDNESDAY

Solutions Room
Wednesday at 3:00PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201-4506
Map
Open

Corbin Senior Activity Center
Wednesday at 6:30PM
827 West Cleveland Avenue
Spokane, WA 99205-3316
Map
Open

THURSDAY

Solutions Room
Thursday at 3:00PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201-4506
Map
Open

Saint Anthony Church
Thursday at 7:00PM
612 West First Avenue
Newport, WA 99156
Map
Open

Youth Center
Thursday at 7:30PM
401 North Wynne Street
Colville, WA 99114-2153
Map
Open

Recovery Cafe
Thursday at 7:30PM
214 North Cedar Street
Spokane, WA 99201-1201
Map
Open

FRIDAY

Adept
Friday at 1:30PM
801 West Spofford Avenue
Spokane, WA 99205-4665
Map
Open

Solutions Room
Friday at 3:00PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201-4506
Map
Open

SATURDAY

Recovery Cafe
Saturday at 10:00AM
214 North Cedar Street
Spokane, WA 99201-1201
Map
Open

Solutions Room
Saturday at 3:00PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201-4506
Map
Open

Many times, an addict isn’t the only one suffering from the problems related to their drinking. Friends, family members, and even co-workers are all negatively impacted along the way. And unfortunately, many of these individuals don’t get the kind of support they need to stay happy and healthy either.

Al-Anon is a 12-step group that focuses specifically on these often-unseen victims of alcoholism. And here, members can learn more about addiction, find ways to get their loved ones help, and get some much-needed emotional support.

Al-Anon meetings aren’t quite as easy to find as other 12-step groups. But even still, there are a few groups taking place nearby.

We Can AFG
Wednesday 12:00 PM
Colville Community Church
930 S Elm St, Colville, WA, 99114, USA
19.9 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome 
Handicap Access

Colville Courage To Change AFG
Thursday 6:00 PM
Williamson Consulting
270 S Main St, Colville, WA, 99114, USA
Enter at rear of building, go through garage, then first door on left.
20.4 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome
Handicap Access

Wednesday Noon Newport AFG
Wednesday 12:00 PM
American Lutheran Church
332801 Highway 2, Newport, WA, 99156, USA
31.7 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome
Handicap Access

Gleneden Tuesday Night AFG
Tuesday 7:00 PM
COVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
15515 N GLENEDEN ST, SPOKANE, WA, 99208, USA
Room 12
36.0 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome
Handicap Access

Friends and family members of alcoholics need support too. But many times, younger people don't feel as comfortable opening up about their experiences and the problems they've faced because of another person's drinking.

Alateen aims to bridge that gap by surrounding members with others in the same age group. And as a result, members are more likely to share their personal stories and get the support they need to heal.

There aren’t many Alateen meetings around Chewelah, unfortunately. But the closest ones are under 60 miles away. You can find more info about them below.

Trail Alateen
Thursday 8:00 PM
Presbyterian Church
1139 Pine Ave, Trail, BC, V1R 3E2, CANADA
Teenagers; for details call 888-425-2666. Upstairs to the right
56.7 miles away

Just For Today Alateen
Wednesday 7:00 PM
St. Pius X Catholic Church
625 E Haycraft Ave, Coeur d Alene, ID, 83815, USA
Age range 10-17. Front door - Room 3
58.8 miles away

The family group for Narcotics Anonymous, Nar-Anon is open to friends and family members who have been negatively impacted by someone’s addiction to any substance. And like Al-Anon, these meetings may cover such topics as enabling, interventions, and where to start looking for professional help.

The closest Nar-Anon meetings take place in Spokane. You can find their information below.

Just For Today
Fire Station #4
1515 W 1st Ave.
Spokane, Washington 99204
Thursday
5:30pm

Spokane Valley NFG (Mon)
Opportunity Presbyterian Church
202 North Pines Road
Spokane Valley, Washington 99216
No meetings on holiday Mondays
Monday
6:30pm

Many children who grow up in an alcoholic home have experienced significant trauma that can lead to all sorts of problems. And in most cases, these problems don’t just disappear once an individual reaches adulthood.

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoA) is devoted to helping these individuals get support and heal from these traumas that may have happened so long ago.

And like Nar-Anon, the closest meetings are unfortunately in Spokane. But even still, they can be a vital force in anyone’s recovery.

Washington, Spokane ( Spokane) 
Wednesday 06:00 pm
Spokane at Holy Family Hospital-Go to 5633 N Lidgerwood (near Rowan X Lidgerwood) and Enter Visitors Parking lot on SOUTH side of the hospital Park in Visitor Parking area and enter hospital Go LEFT at visitor reception desk Proceed to ELEVATORS near Gift Shop Take Elevator to B-LEVEL (basement) Exit Elevator and go to your RIGHT towards Take 5 Cafeteria Just before entrance to cafeteria go LEFT Proceed down hallway about 30 feet Go RIGHT at hallway to HEC rooms (signed) Rooms are NUMBERED (signed) Go to HEC 4 Mt Carmel
5633 N Lidgerwood St, 99208
(English) ACAs only (Closed), Book Study, Wheelchair Access, Non-Smoking, Needs Support

Washington, Spokane ( Spokane) 
Monday 06:00 pm
Laundry List-After 6 PM the front doors of the church will be locked. But there is a sign on the front door with phone numbers to call or text if you arrive after the meeting has begun.
3223 N Marguerite Rd, 99212
(English) Open to All, Book Study,

Not all support has to come from a 12-step group. And in fact, this model simply won’t work for some. It could be the spiritual aspect of these groups. Or it could be a problem with the 12 steps themselves. In any case, there are alternatives out there.
And SMART Recovery is one of the best.
SMART Recovery provides a secular, science-based approach to recovery that many recovering addicts find appealing. Groups are led by a certified instructor rather than members themselves. And they teach actionable techniques for overcoming cravings and maintaining sobriety long-term.
Information on the closest SMART Recovery group is listed below.

Coeur d Alene, Idaho – Wednesday 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
501 East Wallace Avenue
83814 Coeur d'Alene Idaho
Meeting: #4640
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For some, flexibility is the major problem with attending in-person support groups. They may not have the right schedule to match up with meeting times, or they could lack the means of transportation necessary to get them there in the first place.

No matter what the reason is, online support groups offer a much more flexible support experience. And while they may not be enough to overcome an addiction on their own, they are a great place to start.

Have a look below for some of the best options available.

Professional Treatment for The Best Recovery Outcomes

Attending local support groups is a critical part of anyone’s journey towards recovery. But in most cases, it alone isn’t enough to overcome an addiction completely.

And for the overwhelming majority of addicts, it is going to take a professional treatment program to get clean and stay clean for good.

Professional treatment programs use evidence-based treatments and recovery strategies to give patients the absolute best chances of achieving long-term sobriety.

These programs are often staffed by professional nurses and overseen by licensed physicians. And as a result, they’re also equipped to keep patients safe and healthy throughout the entire process. This is especially important when it comes to drugs with deadly withdrawals like alcohol or benzodiazepines.

In the end, if you are serious about quitting, a professional program is the way to go.

There is more to a professional program than just a higher rate of recovery. Below are just a few more benefits with considering.

  • They often provide access to addiction medications to reduce the severity of withdrawals and cravings.
  • They connect patients with a social support network that can last a lifetime.
  • They have amenities that make the recovery process far more comfortable.
  • They use aftercare referral programs to point patients to recovery resources they can use after graduating.
  • They may offer co-occurring disorder treatment.

There are two main types of programs in particular: detoxification and rehabilitation.

Detoxification – This first stage is often one of the toughest to get through. That’s because when a user quits an addictive substance, their body is hit by a number of uncomfortable side effects known as withdrawals.

Some of the most common withdrawals include:

  • Headaches
  • Tremors
  • Paranoia
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Many addicts actually end up turning back to using again just so they can get some sort of relief from these symptoms.

A professional detox program helps prevent patients from relapsing by treating these symptoms and making them far easier to deal with. They also help prevent and treat serious complications, some of which can be life-threatening if faced without support.

Rehabilitation – This type of treatment comes after detox, and it deals more with the long-term mental effects of addiction. By definition, addiction is a disease characterized by compulsive drug-seeking behaviors. And though detox helps overcome the physical dependency on drugs, rehab helps cure the psychological dependency.

And without it, many people going through detox alone have no better chance of long-term recovery than if they didn’t receive treatment at all.

There are three main types of rehab programs too.

  • Inpatient Rehab – Usually a 30-day program, inpatient requires patients to stay at the facility for the duration of the program. Patients eat, sleep, and receive treatment all at the same place. And while it offers more focused treatment, it can be pretty disruptive to normal day-to-day life.  
  • Outpatient Rehabilitation – These programs revolve around flexibility. They typically last around 3 months. And instead of treating patients all day long, sessions take place in the evenings several times a week. But with a less structured environment, it can mean a higher risk of relapse for some.
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) – These programs follow the outpatient model. But instead, evening treatment sessions usually last for longer and occur more frequently throughout the week.     

Unfortunately, there aren’t any addiction treatment centers in Chewelah or the surrounding areas. However, that doesn’t mean that finding a professional program is hopeless for residents.

In fact, making the choice to travel outside of Chewelah for treatment can actually open up the door to a range of benefits. The most notable is that it makes it significantly easier to find a program that’s right for you.

And when it comes to recovery, partnering with a program that addresses your specific needs leads to a much higher success rate than a program that’s simply nearby.

There are other benefits to travelling for treatment too. Below are just some of the most notable.

  • Doing so provides better choices for more advanced facilities with greater expertise in treating your specific type of addiction.
  • It may open up the door to better amenities and even certain treatments that aren’t available in nearby facilities.
  • It provides patients with an entirely new environment – and that can go a long way towards helping patients adopt new life strategies.
  • There’s less of a chance of running into someone you know, which can be helpful in overcoming the stigmas surrounding this disease.
  • It can solidify your commitment to recovery.
  • It can make it harder to quit on a whim simply because of one bad day.

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Just because Chewelah, Washington is a smaller community doesn’t mean that residents don’t have any access to support. And in fact, there are plenty of addiction resources nearby to help addicts on their road to recovery.

And when it does come time to partner with a professional facility, making the choice to travel for treatment can open up the door to a much higher level of quality care.

At Northpoint Recovery in Boise, Idaho, we take pride in offering only the best treatment services in the area. Our fully individualized programs cater to both drug and alcohol addiction. And with one of the highest staff-to-patient ratios in the Pacific Northwest, we guarantee that you’ll get the kind of attention and support you need to kick your addiction for good.

We’re even nationally accredited by the Joint Commission – a testament to our quality treatment programs.

But not everyone will be a good fit for our inpatient program. Talking with a professional addiction specialist will help you find out if Northpoint is right for you.

No matter what kind of treatment you need, though, we’re dedicated to giving you the resources and the care you need to overcome your substance use disorder. Addiction doesn’t have to be a lifelong problem. And at Northpoint Recovery, we’d love to help you or your loved one.

So, contact us today to get started now.

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