Colfax, Washington Addiction Resource Guide

Living in a small, rural town like Colfax, Washington brings with it its share of risk for drug and alcohol addiction. A lack of economic and entertainment opportunities can lead to experimenting with drugs or alcohol, especially opiates. Left unchecked, this can easily lead to a debilitating and ongoing addiction.

Following the initial decision to end an addiction, the next step is to find out what treatment options are available in your local area. With the drug and alcohol resources available today, no one should ever feel forced to live with an unwanted addiction. Regardless of which substance has you in its grasp, there are a wide variety of choices to consider when you finally say enough is enough.

Our drug and alcohol guide is an excellent source to find out what you need to achieve and maintain sobriety in Colfax. We understand that going it alone is virtually impossible for any type of addiction. The information contained here will help ensure you never face your demons by yourself.

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Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Colfax, Washington

One of the single greatest resources available to a struggling alcoholic or drug addict is outpatient meetings and groups. While attending an inpatient rehab is usually the first step, outpatient organizations can help you maintain and increase the success you started there. Help and support from family and friends is not always enough. Having a group of people who know exactly what you are going through is usually one of the best ways to stay sober. 

There are plenty of different types of support and recovery meetings available, no matter what the addiction is. Many revolve around a faith-based, 12-step program, while others provide insights based in the scientific world. The structured and relaxed atmosphere of all of them maximize the chances of leaving each meeting in a better place than when you walked in.

Alcoholics the world over have found the program offered by Alcoholics Anonymous extremely helpful in their battle to maintain sobriety. This 12-step program emphasizes faith, and how it can help you get to the root of why the addiction is there in the first place. Various steps focus on different key areas, and how you can make the changes to them needed to stop drinking.

While choices are somewhat limited, there are a few AA meetings in Colfax and nearby Pullman.

Monday

Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Colfax Group
Location: 321 S Main St. Colfax

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Work In Progress Group
Location: Pullman Regional Hospital 835 SE Bishop Blvd Pullman

Wednesday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: New Freedom Group
Location: Pullman Presbyterian Church 1630 NE Stadium Way Pullman

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Three Forks Group
Location: Simpson Methodist Church 325 NE Maple St Pullman

For a drug addiction, Narcotics Anonymous would definitely be a better fit than AA. While both addictions are similar, drug users can face different challenges than those struggling against alcohol. NA provides a 12-step program similar to AA, but tailor-made for drug addicts. Decades of experience has shown that NA's approach to handling drug addiction is extremely effective for all types of substance abuse. 

While there are no NA meetings right in the city of Colfax, the nearby towns of Pullman and Moscow have a few you can choose from.

Sunday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Gritman Medical Center 700 South Main Street Moscow
22.39 miles

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Church of Christ 1125 NE Stadium Way Pullman
15.19 miles

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Gritman Medical Center 700 South Main Street Moscow
22.39 miles

Friday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Church of Christ 1125 NE Stadium Way Pullman
15.19 miles

Alcoholics are not the only people who struggle with the addiction. Friends and family may be confronted with different situations they may not be prepared to handle. Finding that balance between supporting someone you care about, and keeping your own life on track, is difficult to do alone. 

Al-Anon provides similar meetings to an AA meeting, but geared towards these loved ones. Folks in the same boat can come together and share stories and lessons learned. Al-Anon has no meetings in the immediate Colfax area. The closest available are in Spokane, about 60 miles away.

Sunday

Time: 10:30 AM
Group name: Sunday Morning AFG
Location: Alano Club 1700 W 7th Ave Spokane
58.7 miles

Monday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Paths To Peace AFG
Location: Living Hope Church 918 E Garland Ave Spokane
62.3 miles

Wednesday

Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Detaching With Love AFG
Location: St John's Cathedral 127 E 12th Ave Spokane
58.1 miles

Friends and family of alcoholics are not the only ones with available support options. Nar Anon is like Al-Anon, but for the people that stand by their drug-addicted loved ones. The same help and understanding found at Al-Anon is available at Nar Anon, just with the different nuances of drug addiction in mind. 

The closest Nar Anon meetings to Colfax can be found in Spokane Valley and Spokane.

Monday

Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Spokane Valley NFG
Location: 202 North Pines Road Spokane Valley
68.7 miles away

Wednesday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Spokane Valley NFG
Location: 202 North Pines Road Spokane Valley
68.7 miles away

Thursday

Time: 5:30 PM
Group name: Just For Today
Location: 1515 W 1st Ave. Spokane
58.5 miles away

Fewer kids have a rougher childhood than those with a loved one addicted to drugs or alcohol. It is not unusual for them to have to act like the parent, and put their own wants and needs on hold. This can promote a feeling of helplessness and frustration that can easily lead them down a similar path. 

Alateen meetings were designed to give kids and young adults a resource that can help them bypass this possibility. Having other youths around that can identify with them completely means they are much more likely to open up and get everything off their chest. 

Attending an Alateen meeting from Colfax requires a drive towards the northwest part of the state, near Seattle.

Monday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Healing Hearts Alateen
Location: 1702 Main St Lake Stevens
233.1 miles away

Wednesday

Time: 5:00 PM
Group name: Everett Alateen
Location: 1030 East Casino Road Everett
238.2 miles away

Thursday

Time: 7:30 AM
Group name: Lake Hills Alateen
Location: 2650 148th Ave SE Bellevue
229.4 miles away

Self-Management and Recovery Training, or SMART, is a newer type of support meeting growing in popularity around the country. SMART provides both online and in-person meetings to those with all types of addictions. This program gives a 4-step program that revolves around science, rather than faith. 

Finding the closest SMART meeting from Colfax requires a couple hour trip to either Coeur d Alene or Richland.

Sunday

Time: 3:00 PM
Location: 500 Amon Park Dr. , Richland, Washington 99352, USA
124 miles

Wednesday

Time: 5:30 PM
Location: St Luke's Episcopal Church 501 E Wallace Ave., Coeur d Alene
96.7 miles

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Northpoint Recovery is an excellent way to address both drug and alcohol addiction. However, given the varied nature of each person's addiction, our program may not fit your needs perfectly. There is no cure-all for achieving and keeping sobriety, nor one solution that fits for everyone. We urge you to contact us today, to see if what we offer is what you are looking for.

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