North Bend, Washington Addiction Resource Guide

A growing tourist community, and its close proximity to Seattle, make drug and alcohol addiction an increasing problem in North Bend. To answer this trend, more and more addiction treatment options are becoming available than any time before. Whether you need drug or alcohol detox or rehab, or would simply like to find some good support meetings to attend, your available selection has never been higher.

Our drug and alcohol addiction resource guide is designed to help you connect with whichever choices are right for your needs. Rather than try and hunt all of this information down on your own, we wanted to give you a central place to find everything. Any information needed that is not found in our guide can be had by contacting us whenever you want.

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Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in North Bend, Washington

Finding good support groups and recovery meetings is vital in the quest to stay sober. This is especially important once the structured atmosphere of detox and rehab ends, and you must figure out how to keep the progress you have made, as well as build on it. Group settings like those found in Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous give you the chance to receive feedback and advice from fellow travelers down the road to permanent abstinence.

No organization is more effective than Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) when it comes to support groups and meetings for alcoholics. Rather than have to face cravings and rough spots on your own, AA meetings allow you to share these burdens in a setting that is both welcoming and devoid of judgment. Their 12-step program helps you build on detox and rehab, and ensure that your progress never ceases.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Middle of the Pack
Location: Trail Youth Coffee Shop 226 E North Bend Way

Wednesday

Time: 12:00 PM
Group name: H.O.W. WOMEN
Location: North Bend Community Church 146 East 3rd Street

Having a drug addiction is something that will persist throughout your entire life. To make sure you never succumb to your addiction, you need to incorporate a support group like Narcotics Anonymous (NA) into your daily or weekly schedule. This can be especially helpful if you are having difficulty staying away from what you are addicted to, or if you just got out of rehab. Sometimes just being able to let everything out to a caring audience is all you need to keep on going.

Monday

Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Kibler Avenue Church of Christ 2627 Kibler Ave Enumclaw
23.81 miles

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Timberlane Homeowner's Association 19300 Southeast 267th Street Kent
22.16 miles

Friday

Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Hope Hall 8305 Meadowbrooke Way SE Snoqualmie
10.53 miles

Al-Anon is an organization designed to help friends and family members of alcoholics cope with the difficulties and problems they are going through on a daily basis. While caring for your afflicted loved one is important, it should not come at a cost of your own sanity. Al-Anon ensures that loved ones having trouble with this have a place they can rely on to help.

Monday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Salmon Bay Candlelight AFG
Location: Ballard First Lutheran Church 2006 NW 65th St Seattle

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Courage To Change AFG
Location: Mount Baker Park Presbyterian Church 3201 Hunter Blvd S Seattle

Rather than try and handle everything they are going through alone, friends and family members can attend Nar Anon meetings for support. Nar Anon gives a setting where no one has to feel crushed by how much they have to juggle between their own life and their addicted loved one. Getting it all out, and receiving helpful feedback and advice, really does help keep everything balanced.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: The Next Step
Location: Grace Lutheran Church 22975 24th Ave. S Des Moines

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Serenity Trail
Location: St. Margaret's Episcopal Church 4228 Factoria Blvd. Bellevue

Rather than attend an Al-Anon meeting, teens and young adults with an alcoholic friend or family member should go to Alateen. Many times, young people need a different type of help and support than adults do, and having a meeting dedicated completely to them is vital. The fact that there are no adults attending Alateen meetings can also help shy attendees open up.

Wednesday

Time: 8:45 AM
Group name: New Beginnings Alateen
Location: Eckstein Middle School 3003 NE 75th St Seattle
35.4 miles away

Thursday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Lake Hills Alateen
Location: St Andrew's Church 2650 148th Ave SE Bellevue
26.1 miles away

While a faith-based program is right for many, not all people find them helpful. The scientific basis of SMART can greatly appeal to recovering addicts and alcoholics who have trouble putting their recovery in the hands of the intangible. Not only does SMART give the choice of attending in-person meetings, they also have excellent online resources as well.

Tuesday

Time: 5:30 PM
Location: 12826 SE 40th Lane, Suite 203, Bellevue
31.8 miles

Wednesday

Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Mercer Island Martial Arts 2630 77th Ave., SE #106-108 , Mercer Island
34.2 miles

Northpoint Recovery

Not all addictions to drugs and alcohol are the same, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution to recovery. While we are confident that our program is right for many types and intensity of addictions, it is important to discover if yours is one of them. Please contact us at your earliest chance to determine whether we offer what you need. If we don't, you can be sure we will point you in the right direction.

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