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“I think that the power is the principle. The principle of moving forward, as though you have the confidence to move forward, eventually gives you confidence when you look back and see what you’ve done.”

-Robert Downey Jr.

A drug or alcohol addiction has the power to keep you imprisoned for a long time unless you take steps to change that. There are a lot of resources available in Everett, Washington that can help you recover. Even though it may seem impossible, you can quit using with the proper type of support.

We’re not saying that it will be easy. It may be the hardest challenge you ever take on. But we are saying that there are many people standing by to help you achieve your goal of getting clean and sober. At this point, you may not have known where to turn for help, and we’d like to give you that information.

There is no one “right” way of recovering. You’ll want to find the method that will work the best for you. If you’re here, you’re searching for help, and we’re proud of you for that. On this page, you’ll discover what your options are.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics who are looking for a way to recover may want to begin by attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. This is an organization that has been around since 1935. It was founded by two men who saw a need for a peer support system for those who wanted to stop drinking.

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AA’s goal is to help people stay sober and to provide support for those who wish to recover from alcoholism. In fact, you don’t have to meet any special requirements to participate. The only thing you need to do is have a desire to get and stay sober.

This is a nonprofit organization. You don’t need to pay any membership fees to participate in meetings. As members continue on in the program, they often find themselves serving as sponsors to new people. This allows them to benefit from the program and give back in an important way.

Sometimes people are nervous about attending AA. They may envision being made to stand in front of hundreds of strangers as they share their life stories. Or, they could worry that they won’t feel welcome. We want you to know that both scenarios are highly unlikely.

At your first meeting, you’ll probably meet many of the other members that come that day. Don’t worry if it seems as though everyone introduces themselves to you. That’s completely normal, and they’re all just trying to help you feel comfortable. You may even find that people are eager to give you their phone number and connect with you in other ways.

You’ll find that every AA meeting is different. Some will feature special speakers. Others will be focused on the 12 Steps and various topics that change on a weekly basis. One thing is for sure – you’ll learn a lot while you’re attending. Eventually, you’ll be ready to share your story with your group, but that might not happen right away. If it doesn’t, it’s OK. No one is going to pressure you to share before you’re ready.

Attending AA meetings can change your life for the better. There are several groups that meet in Everett regularly. This makes it convenient for you to find one that works for your schedule.

Daily Meetings

Almost Awake Group
6:00 AM
IHOP Restaurant
10301 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA
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Grupo Una Vision Para Ti
7:00 PM
Suite N
607 SE Everett Mall Way
Everett, WA
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Grupo Eco Latino
7:00 PM
Also Sundays at 10:00 AM
Eco Latino
4824 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA
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Meetings Held Monday Through Friday

3 O’Clockers Group
3:00 PM
Hope Covenant Church
4502 Rucker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Silver Lake Group
7:00 PM
Advent Lutheran Church
4306 132nd St. SE
Everett, WA
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Meetings Held Tuesdays and Thursdays

Courage to Change Group
12:00 PM
Memorial Community Church
710 Peck’s Dr.
Everett, WA
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Sunday

Sunday AM Book Study Group
9:30 AM
Providence Hospital, Pacific Campus
Montecristo Room
916 Pacific Ave.
Everett, WA
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Everett Breakfast Group
10:00 AM
Filibeck’s Chuckwagon Inn
6720 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA
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PTKL Group
10:00 AM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Everett Group
12:00 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Women Working Together Group
4:00 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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BYOBB Group
6:00 PM
Bethel Baptist Church
Annex in Alley
2625 Hoyt Ave.
Everett, WA
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Sliver Lake Newcomers Group
6:00 PM
Advent Lutheran Church
4306 132nd St. SE
Everett, WA
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Sobriety With a View Group
6:30 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Home Group
7:00 PM
First Congregational Church
2624 Rockefeller Ave.
Everett, WA
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Thirty Four Oaks Men’s Group
7:30 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Sunday Night Spiritual Group
7:30 PM
International Longshoremen’s Hall
1016 Hewitt Ave.
Everett, WA
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Monday

Evergreen Group
11:30 AM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Get your Mind Right Group
12:00 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Promises Group
3:45 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Primary Purpose Group
5:15 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Step Sisters North Group
6:00 PM
Advent Lutheran Church
4306 132nd St. SE
Everett, WA
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Women’s Serenity Group
6:30 PM
Baker Community Center
1401 Poplar St.
Everett, WA
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Bridge to Faith Group
7:00 PM
Central Lutheran Church
2702 Rockefeller Ave.
Everett, WA
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Monday Night Study Group
7:00 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Tuesday

Everett Group
12:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Attitude Adjustment Group
5:15 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Women’s Literature Study Group
5:30 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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First Step Group
7:30 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Wednesday

New Beginning Group
7:00 AM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Providence Seniors Group
11:15 AM
Providence Hospital, Pacific Campus
Rooms A & B
916 Pacific Ave.
Everett, WA
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Everett Group
12:00 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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No Opinion Group
4:30 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Evergreen Group
5:15 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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I Read it in the Grapevine Group
7:00 PM
Chuckwagon Inn
Patty’s Nest Egg
6720 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA
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New Life Group
7:00 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Big Book Study Group
8:00 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Thursday

Everett Group
12:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Women Working Together Group
5:00 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Happy Hour Group
5:15 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Dinner Meeting Group
6:30 PM
Chuck Wagon Inn
6720 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA
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The Way Out Group
7:00 PM
Our Savior Lutheran Church
Basement
215 W. Mukilteo Blvd.
Everett, WA
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A Vision For You Group
7:00 PM
Bethel Baptist Church
Basement
2625 Hoyt Ave.
Everett, WA
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Living Sober Study Group
7:30 PM
Cascade View Presbyterian Church
1030 E. Casino Rd.
Everett, WA
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Thursday Night Spiritual Group
8:00 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Friday

Friday Oddballs Group
12:00 PM
Trinity Episcopal Church
2301 Hoyt Ave.
Everett, WA
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Everett Group
12:15 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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AA Comes of Age Group
5:15 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Friday at Evergreen Group
7:30 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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24 Hour Group
8:00 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Saturday

Saturday Morning Group
8:00 AM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Attitude of Gratitude Group
11:00 AM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Everett Group
12:15 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Golden Years Group
2:00 PM
Bethel Baptist Church
Annex in Alley
2625 Hoyt Ave.
Everett, WA
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Beginners & Newcomers Group
4:00 PM
Providence Hospital South
Cafeteria/Montecristo Room
916 Pacific Ave.
Everett, WA
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Singleness of Purpose Group
6:30 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Saturday Night Special Group
7:00 PM
Chuck Wagon Inn
6720 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA
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Saturday Night Live Group
8:00 PM
Thirty Four Oaks Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Ain’t It Grand Group
9:00 PM
Evergreen Fellowship
1906 Grand Ave.
Everett, WA
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Narcotics Anonymous

Like AA, Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit organization designed to help addicts recover. This program is open to anyone with any type of addiction, including alcoholism. That is one of the key differences between NA and AA. You’re welcome to attend regardless of your religion, race, sexual orientation or occupation.

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NA also doesn’t require any type of membership fees for people to attend meetings. You only have to have a desire to stop using. You won’t even have to sign any pledges stating that you’ll stay clean. Everyone there will understand where you’re coming from, and the environment is very welcoming and nonjudgmental.

People attend NA meetings because their lives have spiraled out of control. They found that they couldn’t enjoy living the way that other people do. As a result, they were bringing harm to themselves and the people who loved them most. For them, it makes a difference to meet and connect with other addicts who understand where they’re coming from. You may feel the same way.

There are all different kinds of NA meetings. Many will be topic discussions or book studies. There may be speakers, question and answer sessions and meetings specifically for newcomers. Any of them will be beneficial for you.

You’ll learn a lot, even at your very first meeting. You’ll notice that there is a lot of literature available for you to take. A lot of your questions may be answered by reading them. The other members are always welcoming to the new people. They know what it’s like to walk through those doors for the very first time. They understand you’re likely to be nervous, so they’ll help you feel more at home.

At the very most, you’ll be asked to introduce yourself at your first meeting. All you need to do is tell people your name. Don’t worry if you don’t feel like sharing anything personal. No one will expect you to until you’re feeling ready.

Finding an NA meeting in Everett isn’t difficult at all. There are several in many different locations. Don’t be afraid to try more than one until you find the right one for you.

Sunday

Providence Hospital
9:30 AM
916 Pacific Ave.
Everett, WA
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Trinity Lutheran Church
7:00 PM
2324 Lombard St.
Everett, WA
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Monday

Trinity Lutheran Church
12:00 PM & 6:30 PM
2324 Lombard St.
Everett, WA
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Cascade View Presbyterian Church
7:00 PM
1030 East Casino Rd.
Everett, WA
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Longshoreman’s Hall
7:30 PM
1016 Hewitt Ave.
Everett, WA
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Revelation Church
7:30 PM
9015 Vernon Rd.
Lake Stevens, WA
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Tuesday

Trinity Lutheran Church
12:00 PM & 5:15 PM
2324 Lombard St.
Everett, WA
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Pinehurst Baptist Church
7:30 PM
1902 Madison St.
Everett, WA
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Wednesday

Trinity Lutheran Church
12:00 PM & 6:30 PM
2324 Lombard St.
Everett, WA
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First Congregational United Church of Christ
7:30 PM
2624 Rockefeller Ave.
Everett, WA
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Thursday

Trinity Lutheran Church
12:00 PM
2324 Lombard St.
Everett, WA
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First Methodist Church
7:30 PM
3530 Colby Ave.
Everett, WA
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Friday

Trinity Lutheran Church
12:00 PM & 7:00 PM
2324 Lombard St.
Everett, WA
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First Presbyterian Church
7:00 PM
2936 Rockefeller Ave.
Everett, WA
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Saturday

Trinity Lutheran Church
10:30 AM & 1:00 PM
2324 Lombard St.
Everett, WA
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Providence Hospital
7:00 PM
916 Pacific Ave.
Everett, WA
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Online Support Groups for Addiction Recovery

Attending and participating in an online addiction recovery group can be very helpful. Sometimes people choose these groups because they’re not comfortable meeting in person. Others will use them as a way to supplement their NA or AA meetings. Either way, these meetings can be a convenient way to meet others who are working on recovering from their addictions.

You can find several different online addiction recovery support groups. Some of these include:

  • Fight Addiction Now, which has a forum where you can talk with others. Their website also has a lot of great resources.
  • SMART Recovery, which is a method that doesn’t utilize the 12-Step Method of recovery. They offer several online meetings each week.
  • The Tribe, which has many different groups, as well as a blog and additional resources.
  • Online Intergroup, which offers AA meetings online, as well as other resources.
  • NA-Recovery.org, which is a website dedicated to helping drug addicts recover. They offer meetings, chat sessions and much more.

If you’re looking for additional resources for online help, please visit RenewEveryDay.com.

Support Group Alternatives for Addicts and Alcoholics

Even though addiction support groups can be very helpful, they’re not the right approach for everyone. Don’t worry if you feel as though you’d rather skip out on them right now. There are plenty of other ways that you can get help for your substance abuse problem.

It’s a good idea to talk with your medical doctor about your addiction and your desire to recover. You may be surprised by how supportive they are. Many will provide their patients with medications to help them detox. They may also be able to offer you a referral to another local program that can help you even more.

Al-Anon Can Help the Families of Alcoholics and Addicts

The families of addicts and alcoholics often suffer in ways many people aren’t aware of. If you have an addicted loved one, you’re constantly dealing with worry and stress. You may have begged them to quit using, but to no avail. It’s important for you to get the support you need as well.

Al-Anon is available for you during this difficult time in your life. They provide meetings for people in your situation to give you encouragement and help. The other participants have all been where you are, and you can support one another.

Attending an Al-Anon meeting can be such a helpful experience for you. You can find several meetings in Everett, and in the surrounding areas.

Monday

Easy Does it AFG
10:00 AM
St. Phillips Episcopal Church
4312 84th St. NE
Marysville, WA
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New Freedom Monday Night AFG
7:00 PM
Mukilteo Presbyterian Church
4514 84th St. SW
Mukilteo, WA
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Meadowdale AFG
7:00 PM
St. Hilda & St. Patrick Episcopal Church
15224 52nd Ave. W.
Edmonds, WA
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Lake Stevens Study Write and Share AFG
7:30 PM
Lake Stevens First Baptist Church
1702 Main St.
Lake Stevens, WA
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Tuesday

Tuesday Morning Reflections in Snohomish AFG
9:30 AM
Christ the King Lutheran Church
1305 Pine Ave.
Snohomish, WA
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Step by Step Spiritual Journey AFG
12:15 PM
Hope Covenant Church
4502 Rucker Ave.
Everett, WA
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Wednesday

Check it Out AFG
10:30 AM
Word of Life Church
9028 51st Ave NE
Marysville, WA
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Let it Begin With Me AFG
7:00 PM
Cascade View Presbyterian Church
1030 E. Casino Rd.
Everett, WA
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Snohomish Wednesday Night AFG
7:00 PM
St. John’s Episcopal Church
913 2nd St.
Snohomish, WA
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Thursday

Mill Creek Study Write and Share AFG
11:00 AM
North Creek Presbyterian Church
621 164th St. SE
Mill Creek, WA
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Friday

Silverlake Serenity AFG
5:30 PM
Cedar Cross United Methodist Church
1210 132nd St. SE
Mill Creek, WA
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Home AFG
7:00 PM
Advent Lutheran Church
4306 132nd St. SE
Mill Creek, WA
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Hope on Hwy 9 AFG
7:30 PM
Calvary Chapel
9428 4th St. SE
Lake Stevens, WA
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New Beginnings AFG
8:00 PM
Marysville School District Admin Building Center
4220 80th St. NE
Marysville, WA
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Saturday

Just For Today AFG
10:30 AM
Lake Stevens First Baptist Church
1702 Main St.
Lake Stevens, WA
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The Benefits of Alateen for Young Adults, Teenagers and Older Children

Alateen is a part of Al-Anon that is set apart for teens, young adults and even older children. Young people often struggle in their own ways when a loved one is an addict or alcoholic. They usually feel better talking about their situations within groups of their peers. That is what Alateen offers for them.

Alateen meetings are held on a weekly basis. Anyone is welcome to come and get the support they need. Their website even offers chat sessions.

Anyone can attend an Al-Anon meeting, regardless of how old or young they are. However, if you know a teen that would be interested in Alateen, there are a few meetings in or around the Everett area.

Healing Hearts Alateen
Mondays at 7:30 PM
First Baptist Church
1702 Main St.
Lake Stevens, WA
Age range is 12-20.
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Everett Alateen
Wednesdays at 5:00 PM
Cascade View Presbyterian Church
1030 East Casino Rd.
Everett, WA
Age range is 12-18
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The Risks Involved With Recovering on Your Own

Unfortunately, many people try to quit using on their own, without any type of support. They may attempt to taper down how much or how often they use. The majority of people will just quit cold turkey. Both methods carry risks, and aren’t recommended by professionals.

When you try to quit using on your own, you could be at risk for a drug overdose if you’re an addict. If you’re an alcoholic, you could be at risk for alcohol poisoning. Many people will suffer relapses, which are a normal part of the recovery process. When they do, they may use too much of their drug of choice for their bodies to handle. In some cases, the outcome can be fatal.

It’s important to recognize the symptoms of a drug overdose, which include:

  • Skin changes – it can become cool and sweaty or hot and dry.
  • Feeling sleepy and fatigued.
  • Becoming very confused, possibly all of a sudden.
  • Chest pains.
  • A low body temperature.
  • A low pulse rate.
  • Breathing difficulties.
  • Stomach pain.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Symptoms of diarrhea.

You should also know the signs of alcohol poisoning, which include:

  • Significantly slowed breathing rates, or even absent breathing.
  • Signs of stupor.
  • An alcoholic coma or unresponsiveness.
  • The onset of seizures.
  • Irregular breathing patterns.
  • A low body temperature.
  • A rash on the face, hands, or elsewhere on the body.
  • Excessive vomiting that’s difficult to stop.
  • Mental confusion.

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If you think someone you love has overdosed on drugs or alcohol, don’t second-guess yourself. You should call 911 right away, even if you think you might be wrong. Please don’t hesitate.

When is it Time to Consider Going to Addiction Treatment?

You may want to seriously consider professional drug or alcohol rehab if you have tried to quit before without success. Some people need a higher level of care before they can be successful. Getting treatment might be the right course of action for you.

Many people need to go through the detoxification process when they quit using. You may need to go to a drug or alcohol detox if you have been using:

  • Alcohol
  • Illegal stimulants
  • Legal stimulants
  • Illegal opioid drugs
  • Legal opioid drugs

Detoxing will help you through your withdrawal symptoms, and it may help you avoid complications. Many experts believe it’s an integral part of the recovery process.

After you’ve detoxed, you’ll be ready to go to rehab. While you’re there, you’ll work on healing the source of your addiction. It could be that you’re suffering from a co-occurring disorder and substance abuse is your way of self-medicating. It could also be that you have an unresolved issue in your life that has contributed to your drug or alcohol use.

Rehab is a very important step that should not be skipped. It will be incredibly rewarding for you, and will give you the best chance of long-term success.

Learn More About Professional Treatment and Addiction Resources in Everett

We hope that the information you received here on Everett addiction resources was helpful for you. At Northpoint Recovery, we know what you’re going through. We understand that you’re facing a challenging time, and we’re here to help you.

Do you have questions about your treatment options? Would you like to talk with us about additional resources that could help you recover? Please contact us today.

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