Forks, Washington Addiction Resource Guide

Forks, Washington understands what it is like to battle the scourges of drug and alcohol addiction. While the problem has been getting worse over the years, the amount of helpful treatment options has increased in step. No one who is caught in this difficult situation need fear they are stuck with no way out. Professionals stand willing and ready to help you dig yourself out of this deep hole.

Our Moxee addiction resource guide contains the information you need to find these resources and professionals. You may be interested in alcohol or drug detox, to get the ball rolling. Perhaps you have completed this step, and need to find an effective rehab. No matter which stage of the game you are currently in, our resource guide makes sure you have all available options right in front of you.

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Northpoint Washington in Edmonds is the facility to Forks, and lies roughly 135 miles to the west. We offer individualized treatment plans for everyone who attends our program, to make sure the therapy you receive is the type you need. Given how common health insurance is used to pay for addiction-recovery treatment, we are happy to accept many types. No matter where in the country you are located, Northpoint Recovery is well worth the trip. 

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Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Forks, Washington

Ongoing support after you complete a structured rehab and detox program is a factor that can usually spell the difference between successful sobriety and relapse. The best place to find this support is by attending an outpatient support meeting, such as the ones Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous offer. Groups of fellow addicts or alcoholics join together to share their stories and provide much-needed support and feedback. The atmosphere of these meetings is very laid back, so finding the courage to participate should be possible even for the shyest of people.

Alcoholics of all ages have found relief from the worst parts of their alcohol addiction through Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA. For several decades, AA has made it its sole goal to provide the atmosphere and teachings that are helpful in most cases of alcoholism. As long as you have a sincere desire to put down the bottle, AA will welcome you with open arms.

Sunday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: HOW IT WORKS
Location: Forks Mini Mall 130 S Forks Ave #10

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: HOW IT WORKS
Location: Forks Mini Mall 130 S Forks Ave #10

Rather than attend an AA meeting, drug addicts should check out Narcotics Anonymous, or NA. While both organizations offer a 12-step program, the one created by NA was designed specifically for the problems addicts face. While both are serious addictions, the issues and challenges faced by drug addicts and alcoholics can be very different.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Forks Recreation Center 651 East Division Street
13.1 miles

Tuesday

Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Burke Place Apartments 287 Founders Way
13.23 miles

To love an alcoholic usually requires as much help and support as alcoholics themselves need. Finding a balance between support and enabling is tricky, and best accomplished with the assistance of others in the same boat. Al-Anon provides meetings full of these type of people, all of whom are ready and willing to help you make sure your life does not ultimately crash.

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Forks Timber AFG
Location: Forks Congregational Church 280 S Spartan Ave

Nar Anon is an organization that helps the friends and family members of drug abusers find peace from the problems they themselves face. These group meetings allow them to vent, in a way that will not cause difficulties between them and the addict. No one will ever judge you for anything you reveal in a Nar Anon meeting.

Friday

Time: 5:30 PM
Group name: Grays Harbor Nar-Anon
Location: Grays Harbor Community Hospital, Main Campus 915 Anderson Dr. Aberdeen

Saturday

Time: 3:00 PM
Group name: Courage to Change
Location: First United Methodist Church 110 E. 7th Street Port Angeles

The challenges faced by teens and young adults with an alcoholic loved one are many times too much to bear. Without life experience to assist them, kids can flounder and despair if not helped. Alateen provides this help, in a safe and comfortable environment made up completely of fellow young people.

Monday

Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Tuesday Night Sequim Alateen
Location: 3940 41st Ave SW Seattle
58.5 miles away

Thursday

Time: 4:00 PM
Group name: Clear Choices Alateen
Location: 700 NE Lincoln Rd Poulsbo
76.4 miles away

Self-Management and Recovery Training, or SMART, bases their program on science rather than faith or belief in a higher power. Their 4-step program is chock full of helpful tools and guidance that can help conquer virtually any type of addiction. The helpful online resources and meetings can help supplement in-person meetings, as well as be used by themselves.

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: James Bay New Horizons Community Centre 234 Menzies St. , Victoria, British Columbia V8V 2G7, Canada
99.2 miles

Friday

Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Olympic Personal Growth 390 E Cedar Street, Sequim
91.9 miles

Northpoint Recovery

Attempting to quit drugs or alcohol on your own is usually a losing prospect. Our detox and rehab program gives you an excellent chance at achieving and maintaining this important goal. We do understand that not all programs fit all addictions. Contact us at your earliest convenience to find out if we offer exactly what you need to succeed.

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