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AA, NA, and Al-Anon Meetings in or around the Marysville area

Snohomish County residents overdose at alarming rates. It’s time to connect addicts with the resources they need to get clean.

Marysville, WA has a strong community of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous members. Every day, dozens of recovered addicts gather in churches, schools, town halls, and restaurants to talk about sobriety. They drink coffee. They talk. They offer advice. And the work on living the best life they can.

Unfortunately, not enough addicts take advantage of these resources. The region continues to lose hundreds of people each year to drug addiction. In 2014 alone, nearly 100 residents died of an opioid overdose. This number doesn’t even account for all of the folks who died from alcohol poisoning. It doesn’t include any of the people who died in drunk driving accidents, either.

And the problem is getting worse. A recent Seattle Times article estimates that 8 people overdose in Snohomish County every day. Not all of these folks died. However, it’s a sign that we have a problem on our hands.

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Luckily, help is available…

The region’s strong 12-step network shows that sobriety is possible. If we can get more addicts to seek help, we could reduce the overdose rates. Addicts, after all, need love, support, and compassion to overcome their problems. They need to see that life after addiction is possible. They need people behind them to help them through the process.

Twelve-step meetings can provide this. The NA and AA meetings in Marysville are filled with kind, empathetic people. These folks want to see other addicts get sober. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, we recommend that you attend.

We put this list of meetings together to help you get started.

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Narcotics Anonymous: Battling the Opioid Crisis

The opioid epidemic has affected nearly everyone. If you don’t suffer from opioid addiction yourself, you probably know someone who does. The problem is so bad that the National Institute on Drug Abuse has called it a “public health emergency”.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report the following:

  • Between 1999 and 2016, we lost nearly 700,000 Americans to drug overdoses.
  • 2 out of every 3 overdoses involved heroin or another opioid.
  • Nearly 115 Americans die from an opioid overdose every day

This crisis has affected Snohomish County in a bad way. The Snohomish government reports that 18% of all heroin overdoses in Washington state occurred in this county. In a 2-year period earlier this decade, roughly 1 out of every 5 overdoses in the state happened here.

It’s clear, therefore, that our citizens need help.

“We cannot arrest our way out of the opioid epidemic. It will take leadership, communication, accountability, and trust to overcome Snohomish County’s opioid epidemic.” - Sheriff Ty Trenary, Snohomish County Police

Fortunately, we have the resources that addicts need. Narcotics Anonymous is a fantastic place for addicts to get their life in order.

Narcotics Anonymous (or NA for short) is a support group for addicts. The group holds meetings every day in nearly every city in America. Addicts gather to share stories, discuss their progress in, and support each other. Together, everyone strives to stay sober.

Meetings have a generally positive tone. Almost everyone there has done things they regret and is working to move past them. The group drinks coffee, cracks some jokes, and remind one another that getting sober is the best decision any of them have ever made.

You don’t need to be completely sober to attend a meeting. Most of the NA meetings in Marysville and other towns are open to everyone. As long as you have the desire to move past addiction, the group will welcome you with open arms.

Are you struggling with drug addiction? Would you benefit from NA meetings? Take one of our free online quizzes. We’ll help you assess your problem:

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Here’s a list of meetings in Snohomish County to help you get started.

Sunday

9:30 AM
Come to Believe
Longshoremen’s Hall
1016 Hewitt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Wheelchair accessible. No children are allowed in this facility.

2:00 PM
Sunday Drive
Bethel Baptist Church
2625 Hoyt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting. Children are welcome.

6:00 PM
The Meeting
American Legion Hall
115 North Olympic Avenue
Arlington, WA 98223

This is an open meeting. Sessions are centered around the Big Book and other NA literature. Children welcome.

7:00 PM
Grounded in Recovery
Sysco Heights Grange
13527 99th Avenue Northeast
Arlington, Washington 98223

This is an open meeting. Childcare is available.

The group is currently seeking new members. Everyone is welcome.

7:00 PM
Lost & Found
Evergreen Unitarian Fellowship
1607 4th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Children are welcome.

Monday

12:00 PM
Be Discreet Please
Cascadian Apartments
2232 12th Street
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting. Wheelchair access.

3:00 PM
Free at Three
The Recovery Center
2603 Colby Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Wheelchair accessible. Children are welcome.

6:15 PM
Women’s Monday Night Miracles
First Presbyterian Church
2936 Rockefeller Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is a closed meeting. Women only. Childcare is available.

6:30 PM
Bros
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is a closed men’s meeting. It’s held in the basement of the Church.

The group celebrates its members birthdays on the last Monday of every month.

7:00 PM
Monday Night Madness
The Last Mile
112A Cascade Street
Granite Falls, WA 98252

This is an open meeting. Childcare is available. This group is currently seeking new members. If you’re looking to be part of a brand-new group, this is the meeting for you.

Tuesday

12:00 PM
Nooners
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting.

3:00 PM
Free at Three
The Recovery Center
2603 Colby Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Wheelchair access. Children are welcome.

5:15 PM
First Step to Life
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting. Children are welcomed.

Potluck takes place on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.

6:00 PM
Language of Love
First Covenant Church
4502 Rucker Avenue
Everett, WA 98203

This is an open meeting. All sessions focus on the Big Book and other recovery texts. Children are welcome.

7:00 PM
Lifeboat
Reset Church
1410 8th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Children welcome. LGBTQ-friendly.

Wednesday

7:00 AM
Recovery on the Hump
Vision Church
1917 California Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. It’s also a new meeting, so the founders are looking for members. If you’re looking to get into a new group, this could be perfect for you.

12:00 PM
Nooners
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting.

3:00 PM
Free at Three
The Recovery Center
3602 Colby Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Wheelchair accessible. Children are welcome.

5:00 PM
Bring a Friend
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting. Members discuss the Big Book and talk about their progress in the 12 Steps.

7:00 PM
Just for Wednesday
Everett United Church of Christ
2624 Rockefeller Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. No children allowed in the facility.

Thursday

12:00 PM
Nooners
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone who wants to be sober is invited.

3:00 PM
Free at Three
The Recovery Center
3602 Colby Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Wheelchair accessible. Children are welcome.

5:00 PM
Hour House
Strawberry Lanes
1067 Columbia Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open NA meeting. Wheelchair accessible. Children are welcome.

7:00 PM
Parents in Recovery
Salvation Army Church
2525 Rucker Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Childcare provided. Wheelchair accessible.

7:30 PM
It Works
Vision Church
1917 California Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. The discussion is focused on the Big Book and the 12 Steps. Wheelchair accessible.

Enter the building through the alley.

Friday

12:00 PM
Nooners
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone who wants to be sober is invited.

3:00 PM
Free at Three
The Recovery Center
3602 Colby Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Wheelchair accessible. Children are welcome.

7:00 PM
Done N’ Unspun
Allen Creek Community Church
7314 44th Avenue Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Wheelchair accessible. No smoking allowed.

This is a new group. They are actively seeking new members.

7:00 PM
Soul Purpose Women’s Group
Evergreen Unitarian Fellowship
1607 4th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open women’s meeting. Wheelchair access is available. Children are welcome.

10:00 PM
Act Right Friday Night
Vision Church
1917 California Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open NA meeting.

Saturday

9:00 AM
Breakfast Club
Buzz Inn Restaurant
3121 Broadway
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Wheelchair accessible. No smoking.

10:30 AM
Women’s Hope and Earth
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting for women. Children are welcome.

1:00 PM
Saturday Surrender
Trinity Lutheran Church
2324 Lombard Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Children are welcome. It’s a great meeting for anyone who needs some weekend support on Saturday afternoons.

7:00 PM
Live Free or Die
Everett United Church of Christ
2624 Rockefeller Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Look for the rainbow banner on the face of the building.

7:00 PM
We Do Recover
American Legion Hall
115 North Olympic Avenue
Arlington, WA 98223

This is an open meeting. Children are welcome. This meeting takes place on the second floor of the building.

Please Note: Our schedule does not list all of the NA meetings in Marysville, WA. For a complete list, as well as any schedule changes, check out Everett Area Narcotics Anonymous website. They provide an up-to-date list of all meetings in the region.

You may notice that some meetings are marked as “closed”. These meetings aren’t open to the general public.

Some groups prefer to have smaller, more intimate sessions. For these reasons, they try to limit their attendance to committed NA members. In order to attend one of these meetings, you must first go to several public meetings. Once you’ve shown your face a few times, the group will be happy to have you in closed meetings.

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Alcoholics Anonymous: Join the Fight Against Alcohol Addiction

The alcohol problem in Snohomish County is just as bad as the opioid crisis. A report published by the County government estimates that nearly 25% of residents show signs of alcoholism. This is jarring, especially considering that the report shows less than 30% of alcoholics received treatment for the condition.

Even worse, DUIs are at an all-time high. In fact, Washington state has the ninth-highest drunk driving rate of any state in the nation.

This is particularly scary considering that several hundred Washington residents die in alcohol-related car accidents every year.

Of course, those alcoholics who evade car accidents are likely to harm themselves in other ways. Alcohol addiction causes damage to the liver, brain, and other organs. Those who suffer from it have an increased risk of cancer, heart disease, and other terminal illnesses.

It’s time for alcohol addicts to get the help they need.

Alcoholics Anonymous is similar to Narcotics Anonymous. They’re both 12-step programs designed to help addicts overcome their habits. Whereas NA is open to everyone who struggles with addiction, however, AA caters mostly to drinkers.

Every day, people who have an unmanageable drinking habit gather to offer each other support. These AA meetings happen in Marysville and nearly every other city in America. All meetings are free. Most of them are open to the public.

“I was always the black sheep. Then I started going to meetings and found the rest of the herd.” - Anonymous AA member

Essentially, AA is founded on the idea that alcoholics need connection. Life can be isolating. We often feel alone. The organization aims to provide a judgment-free space. Ideally, this helps to fulfill the addict’s need for connection.

Is your alcohol habit getting out of hand? Take one of our free online assessments to get some clarity:

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Alcoholics Anonymous could help you put your drinking days behind you. We’ve assembled a list of meetings to assist you.

Sunday

9:30 AM
Serenity on Sunday
Don’s Restaurant
1216 4th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. It’s a great meeting for anyone who needs some Sunday morning support.

10:00 AM
PTK&L
Evergreen Fellowship Hall
1906 Grand Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

PTK (Patience, Tolerance, Kindness, and Love) is an open meeting.

4:00 PM
Women Working Together
Evergreen Fellowship Hall
1906 Grand Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is a closed, women-only meeting. Attendees must be fully committed to sobriety.

6:30 PM
S.W.A.V
Evergreen Fellowship Hall
1906 Grand Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone with the desire to quit drinking is invited.

7:00 PM
Grupo el Valle
Eco Latino
1326 5th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is a closed meeting. Only those who have attended prior AA meetings are welcome. It’s a bilingual meeting, as well.

7:30 PM
Closed Men’s Meeting
34 Oakes Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is a closed, men-only meeting. Addicts must be committed to sobriety in order to attend.

Monday

6:00 AM
Attitude Adjustment
The Living Room Coffee House
1636 4th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. It’s perfect for anyone who wants some extra support before they begin their workweek.

5:30 PM
You’re Not Alone
Abundant Faith International Christian Center
1050 State Avenue
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting.

7:00 PM
Grupo el Valle
Eco Latino
1326 5th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is a closed, Spanish-speaking meeting. It’s only open to people who are committed to getting sober.

7:30 PM
Step a Month Doughnut
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
4312 84th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open step-study meeting. Attendees will discuss their progress in the 12 steps.

Tuesday

6:00 AM
Attitude Adjustment
The Living Room Coffee House
1636 4th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. It’s perfect for anyone who wants early morning support.

10:00 AM
A New Morning
St. Philip's Episcopal
4312 84th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Perfect for those who enjoy a morning meeting.

6:00 PM
Tuesday Night Women’s Book Study
Reset Church
1410 8th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open women’s meeting. Only women who are committed to sobriety may attend.

7:00 PM
Grupo el Valle
Eco Latino
1326 5th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is a closed, Spanish-speaking meeting. It’s only open to those who have taken prior steps toward sobriety.

7:00 PM
Woman to Woman
Word of Life Church
9028 51st Avenue Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is a closed, all-female meeting.

Wednesday

6:00 AM
Attitude Adjustment
The Living Room Coffee House
1636 4th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. A great meeting for early risers.

5:30 PM
Marysville Youth Recovery Group
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
4312 84th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Anyone in recovery can attend. However, it caters specifically to first-timers and young people struggling with addiction.

7:00 PM
Grupo el Valle
Eco Latino
1326 5th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is a closed, Spanish-speaking meeting. It’s only open to people who are committed to getting sober.

8:00 PM
Marysville AA Meeting
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
4312 84th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This an open AA meeting.

Thursday

6:00 AM
Attitude Adjustment
The Living Room Coffee House
1636 4th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. It’s perfect for anyone who wants early morning support.

10:00 AM
Marysville Thursday Morning Group
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
4312 84th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Anyone who wants help can attend.

7:00 PM
Grupo el Valle
Eco Latino
1326 5th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is a closed, Spanish-speaking meeting. It’s only open to those who have taken prior steps toward sobriety.

7:00 PM
Quilceda
7th-Day Adventist Church
12012 51st Avenue Northeast
Marysville, WA 98271

This is an open AA meeting.

8:00 PM
Tulalip Thursday Niters
Tulalip Church of God
1330 Marine Drive Northeast
Marysville, WA 98271

This is an open meeting. It’s a great meeting for anyone who wants some addiction help on Thursday nights.

Friday

6:00 AM
Attitude Adjustment
The Living Room Coffee House
1636 4th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Perfect for those who like to start their day off right.

7:00 PM
Grupo el Valle
Eco Latino
1326 5th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is a closed, Spanish-speaking meeting. Addicts must be a member of the AA community to attend.

7:30 PM
Smokey Point Big Book Study
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
4312 84th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Members will spend time discussing the Big Book and other AA texts.

8:00 PM
Friday Nighters
Marysville School Admin Building
4220 80th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. If you need some extra support on Friday nights, this is a great meeting.

Saturday

8:00 AM
Saturday AM
34 Oakes Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting.

12:00 Noon
Kind of a Big Deal
34 Oakes Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open AA meeting.

7:00 PM
Grupo el Valle
Eco Latino
1326 5th Street
Marysville, WA 98270

This is a closed, Spanish-speaking meeting. Addicts must be a member of the AA community to attend.

7:00 PM
Live and Let Live
Flapjacks Restaurant
519 Delta Avenue
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open AA meeting.

8:00 PM
Saturday Night Live
34 Oakes Fellowship Hall
1731 Baker Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

This is an open meeting. Great for folks who need support on Saturday nights.

Important note: All meeting locations and times are subject to change. Our list is not the most up-to-date or the most complete. For a full list of meetings in the Marysville area, check out the official Area 72 AA website. There, you can browse by meeting time, location, and type to find one that works.

Al-Anon: A Support Group for Families

“Alcoholism is a family disease.” - District 23 Al-Anon Group

If you have a relative that suffers from addiction, you know that the condition affects other people, too. The addict’s family and friends often suffer from the addiction even if they’re not addicts themselves.

It’s hard to watch someone we love struggle. We worry about their health. We wonder how long they’ll live. We want nothing more than for them to stop using and return to living life. All of these feelings can be overwhelming. They make us feel isolated and guilty. We feel like it’s our job to fix the problem but we know that there’s nothing we can do.

If these feelings sound familiar, Al-Anon could help you. This group was founded as a place for the family members of addicts to gather and support one another.

There is a strong network of Al-Anon meetings in or around the Marysville area. Members meet up each week to talk about their experiences and help each other cope.

Does your loved one have an addiction? Are you concerned that you’re enabling them to keep using? Our free online assessments can help you figure it out:

Is My Family Member an Addict?
Am I Codependent?

This organization is similar to other 12-step programs. Like AA and NA, Al-Anon approaches addiction in a systematic way.

New members start by acknowledging that there are certain things we can’t change. A family member’s addiction, for example, is completely out of our control. Once the family member comes to terms with this, they can focus on living their own life.

Of course, the desire to help a loved one never goes away. The sadness and shame are hard to shake, too. But, once we accept the fact that we only have so much control, we start to think about the problem in a clearer way.

Is your child, parent, spouse or sibling an alcoholic? Do you feel guilty, embarrassed or afraid of their condition? Al-Anon meetings could help you overcome these feelings.

Check out one of these meetings.

Monday

10:00 AM
Easy Does It AFG
St. Phillips Episcopal Church
4312 84th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 9270

This is an open meeting. Childcare is available so don’t worry about finding a babysitter. Wheelchair accessible.

10:00 AM
Newcomer Meeting AFG
St. Phillips Episcopal Church
4312 84th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 9270

This is an open meeting for first-timers. Looking to join a supportive Al-Anon community? This is the meeting for you!

Wheelchair accessible. Childcare is available.

Tuesday

9:30 AM
Reflections AFG
Christ the King Church
1305 Pine Avenue
Snohomish, WA 98290

This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Wheelchair accessible. Childcare is available for parents.

12:15 PM
Step by Step Spiritual Journey AFG
Sanctuary Covenant Church
Room #201
4502 Rucker Avenue
Everett, WA 98203

This is an open Al-Anon meeting.

Wednesday

10:30 AM
Check It Out AFG
Word of Life Church
9028 51st Avenue Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. Anyone struggling with a family member’s addiction is welcome to attend.

7:00 PM
Let It Begin with Me AFG
Cascade View Presbyterian Church
1030 East Casino Road
Everett, WA 98203

This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Handicap accessible.

Friday

8:00 PM
New Beginnings AFG
Marysville School District Admin Center
4220 80th Street Northeast
Marysville, WA 98270

This is an open meeting. It takes place concurrently with an AA meeting.

Saturday

10:30 AM
Un Dia A La Vez GFA
Familias Unidas
215 West Mukilteo Boulevard
Everett, WA 98203

This is an open, Spanish-speaking meeting. Wheelchair accessible.

Please Note: This list does not include every Al-Anon meeting in the Marysville region. It’s also not the most up-to-date list. For a complete schedule of every meeting in the area, head over to to the District 23 Al-Anon directory.

AA and NA Meetings that are in or around the Marysville area: Changing Lives Every Day

Addiction is a tough hurdle to jump. In fact, it could be the biggest challenge anyone ever overcomes. But, winning the fight is not impossible.

Here at Northpoint Recovery, we’ve been lucky enough to watch countless people turn their lives around. We want to help you get sober, so give us a call. We can recommend meetings, offer treatment advice, and answer any questions that you have. You’ll be on your way to a happy, healthy life in no time.

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