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There are substance abuse and addiction recovery resources located right here in Deer Park, Washington.
“I want my kids to know there is no shame in getting help when you need it, and to be a source of strength for anyone out there who needs help but is afraid to take the first step.”
Ben Affleck, a famous Hollywood star who struggled with addiction to alcohol, knows that the first step on the road to recovery is asking for help. But, figuring out how to take that first step can be hard.
Below, we describe some of these addiction recovery resources in Deer Park.
Addiction is a disease that can ruin lives of those it affects both directly and indirectly. Friends and families who have a loved one suffering from addiction are also impacted negatively. Since so many people are hurting from this disease, it is extremely important to our society to provide drug and alcohol resources and treatments.
You may not think drug and alcohol addiction is a problem in Washington if you are not directly affected by it, but the statistics show otherwise. According to the National Institute on Drug Addiction:
Along with these drug related deaths, the effects of alcohol addiction are spreading and taking the lives of innocent people, including children. According to the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute at the University of Washington, in Spokane County alone:
This is an epidemic affecting the Deer Park area that must be stopped to better our future. You can choose recovery over addiction or alcoholism, and we can give you the resources in Deer Park that you need. If you’re ready to move toward the path to recovery, use this resource guide as your starting point.
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It is time to take the first step, and we are here to help you. First, we want to lay out your options for recovery so you can make the best decision for yourself.
Detox is usually the beginning of recovery. It involves removing all traces of the addictive substance from the patient’s body. Detoxing takes care of the physical side of addiction by getting you sober and physically healthy.
Detox involves experiencing the painful and uncomfortable withdrawals that come with breaking addiction. But without this important step, a relapse will be very likely.
There are many treatment facilities that offer medically supervised detox, such as the one we offer at Northpoint Recovery. These facilities will get you off on the right foot by ensuring a safe and successful detox experience.
While detox takes care of the physical side of addiction, the mental addiction still remains. There are currently 16 outpatient rehab facilities and 20 inpatient rehab facilities serving the Deer Park, Washington area. This means there are many options available to find the right fit for you.
There are two main types of rehab: inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment. Addiction is different for each person, so recovery should be too. The different types of treatment will have varying levels of success for different individuals. What’s right for one person isn’t right for everyone.
Inpatient rehab treatment involves living at the rehab facility for a period of time to receive supervised medical attention during the recovery process. Patients eat, sleep, and participate in many different activities, usually including: a variety of therapy treatments, group exercise classes, and community building activities.
Inpatient rehab is a very holistic approach to recovery because the patient is completely immersed in a healthy environment and is connected to a support group. There are other options for rehab if this type of treatment is not right for you.
Outpatient rehab offers many of the same resources as inpatient rehab, but the main difference is that the patient lives independently off-site and travels to the facility for groups and/or treatments.
While outpatient therapy is a good option for people going through the recovery process to also attend to other responsibilities (such as jobs or school), it does not provide the same holistic care and medical attention that inpatient rehab does. But, if you are not as deep into addiction as some other patients might be, outpatient rehab could be a good option for you.
After detoxing and going through rehab treatment, you are well on your way to recovery. But, the battle with substance abuse will most likely continue even after completing the rehabilitation process.
The next step is finding the support you need to stay sober and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), or a SMART Recovery program are great resources for recovering addicts.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a great tool to help you find community on your sobriety path. Deer Park has multiple AA meetings held throughout the week that can connect you to people that can help.
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Deer Park include:
Deer Park Thursday Group
Thursdays at 8:00 pm Zion Lutheran Church
218 East Crawford Street
Sundays at 6:00 pm
Deer Park Senior Center
316 East Crawford Street
Like AA, Narcotics Anonymous is a great resource to help you stay sober after your detox or rehab treatment. NA uses steps to help you stay on track and keep substance abuse issues under control.
Narcotics Anonymous meetings close to Deer Park, Washington include:
Wednesdays at 6:00 pm
Corbin Senior Activity Center
827 West Cleveland Ave.
Spokane, WA 99205
Fridays at 1:30 pm, and Sundays at 10:00 am
801 West Spofford Ave.
Spokane, WA 99205
SMART Recovery is another option that gives tools and resources to help manage all different kinds of addictions. They teach sensible, self-help techniques that can provide you with what you need to stay sober.
The SMART Recovery meeting closest to Deer Park is:
Wednesdays at 5:30 PM
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
501 East Wallace Ave.
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814
The negative effects that addiction and alcoholism have on your life harm not only you, but also the ones you love. Family and friends of current or recovering addicts or alcoholics need support as well.
There are resources and meetings available that allow spouses, children, friends, and parents to come together. They can share experiences and find strength to help their loved ones fight their battles with substance abuse.
These meetings also give insight and advice on the best way to help support someone who is struggling with addiction so friends and family can be sure they are using the best practices to help.
Alateen is specifically for youth who are close to alcoholics. This group teaches the next generation on ways that they can break the cycle of addiction and take the steps they need to take now to ensure they live a happy, healthy, addiction-free life. And by teaching these skills to the future, we will see a continued decrease of substance abuse in the years to come.
The closest Al Anon meetings to Deer Park are:
Gleneden Tuesday Night AFG
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Covenant United Methodist Church
Spokane, WA 99208
Miracles in Hillyard AFG
Wednesdays at 1:30 pm
Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church Meeting House
4620 N Regal St
Spokane, WA 99207
The closest Nar Anon meetings to Deer Park are:
Just for Today
Thursdays at 5:30 pm
Fire Station #4
1515 West 1st Ave.
Spokane, WA 99204
Spokane Valley NFG
Mondays at 6:30 pm
Opportunity Presbyterian Church
202 North Pines Road
Spokane Valley, WA 99216
Now that you know about all resources available to you, we want to tell you more about our addiction recovery center, Northpoint Recovery.
At Northpoint Recovery, we are dedicated to providing a safe and therapeutic environment for those who are recovering from addiction. We live by the values of commitment to excellence, doing good for others, engaging in innovative empirical based treatment, and showing respect to all.
We are an inpatient treatment program that offers a beautiful location to receive assistance for alcohol and drug rehabilitation for people who are overcoming addiction.
We offer medically supervised drug and alcohol detox, 24/7 nursing care, the highest staff to patient ratio in the region, as well as activity groups, therapy, groups, and community integration. At Northpoint Recovery, we focus on a holistic approach to drug and alcohol treatment, and we pride ourselves on treating every patient as an individual.
Although we have a lot to offer, Northpoint Recovery is not the recovery solution for everyone. There is no “one-size fits all” solution to addiction, and it is important to find what is right for you and your journey. We hope that with this knowledge, you can take that first step and begin your recovery process today.
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