Fircrest, Washington Addiction Resource Guide

Small cities in Washington like Fircrest are usually familiar with the plague of drug and alcohol addiction. With addiction to many different substances on the rise comes a steady increase in available treatment options. Never before has there been a more helpful and enlightened attitude towards those seeking freedom from their addictions.

Our resource guide for addiction treatment options in Fircrest is full of helpful information designed to point you in the right direction for help. No one should ever feel like they are stuck with an addiction, without the first clue on how to find the right type of help. The resources found in this guide will get you past this hurdle, and on to a better life.

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The trip to our Northpoint Recovery facility from Fircrest clocks in at a little over 500 miles. While this may seem like a considerable distance to travel, there are benefits to attending detox or rehab so far away. Unhealthy triggers and situations that tempt are both absent, and you are unlikely to run into anyone you know. Our 22-bed treatment facility allows you to achieve your sobriety in a safe and discreet setting. We do have Washington State facilities as well, if you are looking to stay closer to home.

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Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Fircrest, Washington

Once the first steps of detox and rehab are out of the way, it is time to find ongoing support. Neither drug addiction or alcoholism can be cured, so constant reinforcement and assistance is required. There are many free programs in and around Fircrest that provide these services, most of them centered around a 12-step program. Meetings and groups are also available for friends and family members of alcoholics and addicts.

Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, has been around for decades, and is the perfect place to receive the best ongoing care for alcoholism. Their 12-step program has been instrumental in freeing millions of people the globe over from the clutches of this deadly disease. Chances are, you can find the same relief by committing to the program.

Sunday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: SOBER SUNDAY
Location: Fircrest Methodist 1018 Columbia Avenue

Thursday

Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: SOUND GROUP
Location: Redeemer Lutheran 1001 Princeton Street

Saturday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: FIRCREST STUDY GROUP
Location: Redeemer Lutheran 1001 Princeton Street

Drug addicts also have options when it comes to support meetings and groups. Narcotics Anonymous is another long-standing organization with a 12-step program at its core. NA meetings are the best thing to attend both while involved with drug detox or drug rehab, and once you are out on your own.

Monday

Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Manitou Park United Presbyterian Church 6613 South Cheyenne Street Tacoma
3.12 miles

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Mount Cross Lutheran Church 8902 40th Street West University Place
.91 miles

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Lakewood Methodist Church 6900 Steilacoom Boulevard SW Lakewood
3.79 miles

Friends or family member of alcoholics can also go through difficult times. Al-Anon was created to provide the same type of help to these people as alcoholics themselves get. A 12-step program similar to AA makes sure each person achieves a balance between self care and caring for your addicted loved one.

Tuesday

Time: 7:45 PM
Group name: Narrows AFG
Location: First United Methodist Church 1018 Columbia Ave

Thursday

Time: 7:45 PM
Group name: Sound AFG
Location: Redeemer Lutheran Church 1001 Princeton St

Family members and friends of drug addicts can also find solace from their problems and woes. Nar Anon is similar to Al-Anon, except it is for the loved ones of drug addicts. Nar Anon's 12-step program lays the foundation for a healthy and happy way to live life, even when contending with someone else's addiction.

Sunday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Hope & Serenity
Location: Harbor Covenant Church 5601 Gustafason Dr. NW Gig Harbor

Monday

Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Just For Today
Location: 6613 South Cheyenne Street Tacoma

Teens and young adults usually have an even more difficult time caring for an alcoholic. Alateen realizes how serious it can be for these vulnerable youths to buckle under the pressure so early in life. A division of Al-Anon, Alateen has made its sole goal helping youngsters in dealing with the stress in a healthy and effective fashion.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: West Seattle Alateen
Location: 3940 41st Ave SW Seattle
24.5 miles away

Tuesday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Tuesday Night Survivors Alateen
Location: 1001 Princeton Street Fircrest
1.4 miles away

Self-Management and Recovery Training, or SMART, is a new addition to the addiction-recovery arena that bases its program on science. SMART holds the traditional group meetings in person, as well as virtual meetings and online resources free of charge.

Monday

Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Tacoma Rainbow Center 2215 Pacific Ave., Tacoma
7.4 miles

Wednesday

Time: 6:30 PM
Location: 1712 6th Ave., Tacoma
5.5 miles

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Taking back control from an addiction to drugs or alcohol is one of the most difficult things a person can experience. The temptation can exist to jump at the first option for relief, without doing the necessary research. No solution is right for all addictions. We urge you to contact us today to find out if our program is right for you.

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