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Colville, Washington Addiction Resource Guide

As with many other rural areas in the state, drug and alcohol addiction is found throughout Colville, Washington. If you suffer from either of these afflictions, it is of paramount importance to know what treatment options exist for you. If you know everything that is available, the better the chances of choosing the right option for you.

Opiate abuse in specific is a continuing threat to people of all ages. Rural areas like Colville face real challenges, and constantly struggle to come up with an answer to this growing problem. The lack of resources can make many addicts feel trapped, and fearful that there is no end in sight.

Whether you struggle from an alcohol or drug addiction, helpful resources can be found throughout Colville and the surrounding areas. Our addiction resource guide can steer you to the information you need to help conquer your disease. No matter what your questions may be, this guide is likely to have the answers you are looking for.

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Our closest facility to Colville is Northpoint Recovery, located in Boise, ID. Roughly about 430 miles away, our addiction center provides a way to address both drug and alcohol addictions. We have the capacity for 22 people, and can provide the necessary resources and motivation to take back control of your life.

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Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Colville, Washington

While detox or rehab are great places to start out, they must be supplemented in order for you to continue making progress. There is no cure for drug addiction or alcoholism, and it is an ongoing process to maintain sobriety. Help and support along the way are key to ensuring that gains made are not lost over time. 

Outpatient meetings and support groups are the number one way to find that continuing assistance. While friends and family members play a key role, it is usually helpful to find like-minded souls that understand what you are experiencing. 

The most common types of meetings revolve around a 12-step program, like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. Other programs exist that take a different, more scientific approach. There are even plenty of resources available to friends and family members of alcoholics and drug addicts.

Since the mid-1930s, Alcoholics Anonymous has been the benchmark of all outpatient resources dealing with alcohol addiction. Groups around the world consisting of fellow alcoholics gather together to share their stories, and provide a helping hand for anyone that needs it. Success stories in the millions exist to show just how useful the 12-step program AA offers truly is. 

There are a healthy amount of AA meetings found in Colville and throughout Stevens County. Many of these may offer extras helpful for different situations. With a little bit of effort, finding the meeting perfect for you should be simple.

Sunday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Silk Sheet Drunks
Location: Senior Center Narcissus St & E 6th Ave Kettle Falls

Monday

Time: 12:00 PM
Group name: Principles Before Personalities
Location: Colville Community Church S Elm St & E Hawthorne Ave Colville

Wednesday

Time: 12:00 PM
Group name: Lunch Bunch
Location: Colville Community Church S Elm St & E Hawthorne Ave Colville

Friday

Time: 6:30 AM
Group name: Friday Nite Rebels
Location: Mt. Carmel Training Bld 1169 E Columbia Ave Colville

Saturday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Saturday Night Beginners
Location: Old Avista Bldg. 230 E Birch Ave Colville

The second largest resource centered around a 12-step program is Narcotics Anonymous. NA allows people with a significant drug problem to gather together for the same type of support and caring that alcoholics find at AA. The only precondition to attending an NA meeting is the dedicated and firm desire to achieve and maintain a drug-free life. 

There are a couple NA meetings found in Colville itself. If you don't mind a bit of travel, more are located within 50 miles of Colville.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Garden Homes Clinic 143 Garden Homes Drive Colville
.9 miles

Thursday

Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Youth Center 401 North Wynne Street Colville
.44 miles

Friday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Kung Fu Studio 827 South Clark Street Republic
38.86 miles

Saturday

Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Kung Fu Studio 827 South Clark Street Republic
38.86 miles

If you have a friend or loved one with an addiction to alcohol, you likely understand how difficult life can be at times. Constantly trying to balance your own life with the needs of your afflicted loved one can be extremely difficult on your own. Sometimes a helping hand or supportive ear is needed to keep yourself from sliding off a healthy path. 

Al-Anon is an organization whose sole purpose is to help this fragile and vulnerable group of people. Meetings similar to those found at AA or NA provide the right atmosphere for struggling loved ones to open up about the challenges they also face. There are two Al-Anon meetings located directly in Colville.

Wednesday

Time: 12:00 PM
Group name: We Can AFG
Location: Colville Community Church 930 S Elm St

Thursday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Paths To Peace AFG
Location: Williamson Consulting 270 S Main St

Battling a drug addiction is best done with family and friends there to assist. These loved ones need to understand how best they can help, without sacrificing their own health and life. Many times, this can be confusing on your own. Outside help from other friends and family of addicts can be just what is needed to avoid making costly mistakes. 

Nar Anon is based on the 12 steps offered by NA to addicts. Not only does this provide immensely-helpful assistance on its own, it gives insight into what addicts need to do to stay on track themselves. While there are no Nar Anon meetings right in Colville, there are several that are within reasonable driving distance.

Monday

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

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Courage to Change
Location: United Church 920 Central Avenue Grand Forks, British Columbia
42.6 miles away

Friday

Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Nar-Anon Family Group
Location: Trail United Church 1300 Pine Ave. Trail, BC
32.1 miles away

Alateen is similar to Al-Anon and Nar Anon, but geared towards teens and young adults. A childhood lived around alcoholics or drug addicts is especially trying, and can send young folks over the edge if not careful. Alateen provides a safe and friendly space that helps them open up without feeling embarrassed or self conscious. 

Unfortunately, there are no Alateen meetings in Colville or the immediate area. The closest would be a little over 170 miles away in Darrington.

Thursday

Time: 9:00 AM
Group name: Hope Through Alateen
Location: Darrington High School 1085 Fir Street Darrington
179.2 miles away

Time: 2:00 PM
Group name: Darrington 12 Steppers Alateen
Location: Darrington High School 1085 Fir Street Darrington
179.2 miles away

Perhaps a 12-step program is not right for you. You may have visited one of these programs, and found that the approach is different than what seems to fit with your own personal views. 12-step programs are faith-based, which may not gel completely with each person's belief system. No matter how good a program is, it is only as effective as the true investment a person can put into it. 

SMART is a program based on science rather than faith. SMART consists of 4 steps, each designed for a specific area dealing with cravings and addictive behavior. Regardless of the addiction, SMART provides meaningful tools designed to show clear results. Due to the relative newness of SMART, the closest meeting lies over 100 miles away. If you would rather not drive that far, online resources are also available.

Wednesday

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

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Metis Community Services Society of BC 147 Park Road, Kelowna, BC
292 miles

Northpoint Recovery

Our program offered at Northpoint Recovery has proven time and again to be an excellent way to address drug or alcohol addiction. However, it may not be right for every person. While the broad strokes are usually the same, each addiction is unique to the person suffering from it. There is no answer perfect for each case. We urge you to contact us today to see if what we have available is a good fit for your circumstances.

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