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AA, NA, and Al-Anon Meetings in Renton, Washington

More than 300 King County residents die of drug overdoses and alcohol poisoning each year. Luckily, the AA and NA meetings in Renton can help.

It’s no secret that Washington state has a huge drug problem. Each year, more than a thousand residents lose their lives to overdoses.

But, what’s less understood is that King County has a particularly big problem on its hands. Out of the 1,000+ people who die from an overdose in the state, more than 30% of them die in King County.

It has become increasingly clear, therefore, that the people who live in the Greater Seattle area need help and support.

Luckily, there are plenty of addiction resources in the area that can help. The AA and NA meetings in Renton, for example, can provide addicts with the support they need to get clean.

We’ve compiled a list of local Twelve Step meetings below. If you or a loved one is currently struggling with addiction, this list will show you where to go to find support.

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Narcotics Anonymous: An Antidote to Drug Addiction

NA is a program designed to help addicts get sober. These meetings are entirely free. Most of them are open to the public. Individuals are free to attend as many (or as few) meetings as they wish. 

In the meetings, addicts gather to share their stories and offer advice to one another as everyone works to get clean together. Some members have been clean for only a day or two while others have been sober for several years. 

This organization accepts addicts of all kinds. In a typical meeting, you’ll find people who are addicted to crystal meth, crackcocaine, heroinpainkillers, and even marijuana

No matter what your background is or where you come from, the group will welcome you with open arms. Their only requirement is that you have a strong desire to get sober.

Are you wondering where to find a meeting near you? Well, there are plenty of them! We’ve listed a few meetings below to help you get started. 

Note: Some of the meetings listed below are marked “closed”. These meetings are not open to new members. In order to attend one of these meetings, you must go to some open meetings first.  

Sunday

7:30 AM
Garage Discussion
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open NA meeting. All are welcome. Handicap access is available.

10:30 AM
Eastside Discussion Meeting
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005

This is an open meeting. Attendees gather to share their recovery stories. All are welcome.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

12:00 Noon
LGBT Support Group
Seattle Area Support Group Community Center
115 15th Avenue East
Suite #201
Seattle, Washington 98112

This is an open meeting for LGBT folks. If you’re a part of the LGBT community, this could be a great place for you to find support.

4:00 PM
Open Participation Meeting
South Alano King Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

7:00 PM
Holy Cross Discussion
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
4315 129th Place Southeast
Bellevue, Washington 98006

This is an open meeting. The group meets in the Annex building behind the Church. Wheelchair access is available.

Monday

12:00 Noon
Open Participation Meeting
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access is available.

1:30 PM
LGBT Support Group
Seattle Area Support Group Community Center
115 15th Avenue East
Suite #201
Seattle, Washington 98112

This is an open meeting, held at Seattle’s addiction support headquarters. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

6:00 PM
Open Participation Meeting
South Alano King Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible

6:30 PM
Women’s Discussion
Vashon Presbyterian Church
17708 Vashon Highway Southwest
Vashon Island, Washington 98070

This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who has a strong desire to get sober is welcome.

Tuesday

10:00 AM
Veteran’s Discussion Meeting
Seattle VA Medical Center
1660 South Columbian Way
Seattle, Washington 98104

This meeting is open to any member of the military who wants to overcome their drug habit.

The group meetings in Room #40 inside Building #24. The facility is handicap accessible.

12:00 PM
Tuesday Beginners
First United Methodist Church
621 Tacoma Avenue South
Tacoma, Washington 98402

This is an open meeting for beginners and first-timers. If you’re a new NA member or you’d like to get started in the Program, this could be a great group for you.

The group meets in the basement of the Church.

5:30 PM
Garage Discussion
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access is available.

7:00 PM
Open Participation Meeting
South Alano King Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, Washington 98002

This meeting is open to all. The facility is handicap accessible.

Wednesday

1:15 PM
Literature Study Meeting
Vashon Presbyterian Church
17708 Vashon Highway Southwest
Vashon Island, Washington 98070

This is an open Big Book study session. Members get together to discuss the Big Book and talk about how it relates to their personal sobriety journeys.

6:00 PM
Open Speaker Meeting
Shiloh Baptist Church
1211 South I Street
Tacoma, Washington 98405

This is an open meeting. Guest speakers join the group to share their stories on the second Wednesday of each month.

The Church is handicap accessible.

7:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. Handicap access is available.

Thursday

7:30 AM
Garage Discussion
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The facility is handicap accessible.

If you’re looking for some early morning support on Thursdays, this could be a great meeting for you!

12:00 Noon
Open Discussion Meeting
South Alano King Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, Washington 98002

This meeting is open to all. The building is wheelchair accessible.

6:00 PM
Literature Discussion
Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church
2400 Northwest 85th Street
Seattle, Washington 98117

This is an open Big Book study group. Members gather to talk about the Big Book and other sobriety literature.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

6:30 PM
Thursday Women’s Meeting
Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church
1729 Harvard Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122

This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who wants to get clean is welcome. The Church is wheelchair accessible.

Enter the building through the side door. Ring the bell and head up to the third floor.

Friday

12:00 Noon
Open Participation Meeting
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

1:15 PM
Open Meeting
Vashon Presbyterian Church
17708 Vashon Highway Southwest
Vashon Island, Washington 98070

This meeting is open to all. The format varies from week to week.

4:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
South Alano King Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access is available.

7:30 PM
Just for Today
Grace Lutheran Church
22975 24th Avenue
South Des Moines, Washington 98198

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The format varies from week to week.

The Church is handicap accessible.



9:30 PM
The Basic Text
South Alano King Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the Program are welcome.

The King Club is wheelchair accessible.

Saturday

7:30 AM
Saturday Morning Meeting
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, Washington 98002

This is an open NA meeting. All are welcome. If you’re looking for a place to find support on Saturday mornings, this could be a great group for you.

10:30 AM
Men’s Fellowship Meeting
Cherry Fellowship Hall
2701 East Cherry Street
Seattle, Washington 98122

This is an open meeting for men. Any man who has a strong desire to move past their addiction is welcome.

The building is handicap accessible.

2:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
South Alano King Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, Washington 98002

This meeting is open to all. The building is handicap accessible.

3:30 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
IHOP Restaurant
610 Rainier Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open NA meeting. All are welcome so grab a cup of coffee and join in on the discussion!

The facility is wheelchair accessible.

7:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
IHOP Restaurant
610 Rainier Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.

11:59 PM
Candlelight Discussion
Fremont Baptist Church
717 North 36th Street
Seattle, Washington 98103

This meeting is open to all. If you’re looking for a serene environment to meet with other recovering addicts, this could be a great group for you.

Please note: Northpoint Recovery is not affiliated with any of the groups listed above. Therefore, we take no responsibility for your experience in these meetings. Also, meeting times and schedules are subject to change. For an up-to-date schedule of recovery meetings in Renton, check out the official Narcotics Anonymous website.

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Alcoholics Anonymous: A Resource for Renton’s Problem Drinkers

Narcotics aren’t the only problem in Renton. The local alcohol problem is almost as bad. 

According to research published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, roughly 1 in 5 King County residents admit to binge-drinking regularly. Frequent and excessive consumption of booze, of course, is one sign of alcohol abuse disorder

Unfortunately, the area's alcohol problem has negative effects in the community at large. According to the Washington State Police, nearly 2,500 drivers were arrested for impaired driving last year. And, more than 130 people are killed in alcohol-related accidents annually. 

So, it appears that the lives of our family members and neighbors are at stake. Even if our loved ones aren’t killed in car crashes, alcoholism can lead to alcohol poisoning and other potentially fatal illnesses. 

Therefore, it’s time for us to connect alcoholics with the proper resources. 

Fortunately, there is a vibrant AA community in Renton and its surrounding cities. Like NA, Alcoholics Anonymous offers help and support to people who suffer from addiction. Unlike the narcotics-based program, however, this one caters specifically to people who struggle with alcoholism.

Seeking in AA meeting in your neighborhood? Well, you’re in luck!

We’ve compiled a number of local meetings below. Take a look! 

Note: A few of the meetings listed below are labeled “closed”. These meetings are only open to people who’ve been in the Program for some time. In order to attend one of these meetings, you must first attend some open meetings.  

Sunday

9:00 AM
Asian Connection
Evergreen Construction Building
15 South Grady Way
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

9:00 AM
May Valley Group
CWA Union Hall
16328 Renton Issaquah Road Southeast
Renton, Washington 98059

This is a closed meeting. Only committed AA members are welcome to attend.

9:30 AM
South Side Breakfast
Rubattino’s
813 South 3rd Street
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. Grab a cup of coffee, take a seat, and join in on the discussion!

8:00 PM
10 De Marzo
Azteca Boxing Club
228 Main Street Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open, Spanish-speaking meeting. If you’re a Spanish speaker who is looking for recovery support, this could be a great group for you!

Monday

6:30 AM
Tukwila Early Birds
IHOP Restaurant
610 Rainier Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. The building is wheelchair accessible.

If you’re looking for some early-morning recovery support before you start the work week, this could be the perfect meeting for you!

7:00 PM
A New Purpose Group
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
1024 Monroe Avenue Northeast
Renton, Washington 98056

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. Wheelchair access is available and there are babysitters, too, so feel free to bring your kids.

7:15 PM
Renton 11th Step Meditation Meeting
Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church
99 Wells Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is a closed AA meeting. In order to meet with this group, you must have completed the first 10 steps.

This meeting is held concurrently with an Al-Anon meeting.

Tuesday

5:15 PM
Benson Hill Group
King of Kings Lutheran Church
18207 108th Avenue Southeast
Renton, Washington 98055

This is a closed AA meeting. Only committed members of the Program are invited.

The facility is handicap accessible.

7:00 PM
Renton Tuesday Night Group
Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church
99 Wells Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Most sessions revolve around the Big Book and other sobriety literature.

8:00 PM
10 De Marzo
Azteca Boxing Club
228 Main Street Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open, Spanish-speaking AA meeting. If you’re a Spanish speaker who is looking for recovery help, this could be the perfect meeting for you!

Wednesday

6:30 AM
Tukwila Early Birds
IHOP Restaurant
610 Rainier Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The restaurant is handicap accessible.

10:30 AM
Benson Hill Group
King of Kings Lutheran Church
18207 108th Avenue Southeast
Renton, Washington 98055

This is a closed AA meeting. Only committed members of the Program are invited.

The facility is handicap accessible.

7:30 PM
PNP
Lord of Life Lutheran
12819 160th Avenue Southeast
Renton, Washington 98059

This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The building is wheelchair accessible.

Thursday

7:00 PM
A New Purpose Group
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
1024 Monroe Avenue Northeast
Renton, Washington 98056

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone’s invited.

The building is wheelchair accessible. Babysitters are available.

7:30 PM
Doctor’s Choice
Renton Methodist Church
2201 Northeast 4th Street
Renton, Washington 98056

This is an open meeting. Anyone who wants to get (or stay) sober is welcome.

8:00 PM
10 De Marzo
Azteca Boxing Club
228 Main Street Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open, Spanish-speaking meeting. If you’re a Spanish speaker who is looking for recovery support, this could be a great group for you!

Friday

6:30 AM
Tukwila Early Birds
IHOP Restaurant
610 Rainier Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. The restaurant is wheelchair accessible.

10:30 AM
There is a Solution
Luther’s Table
419 South 2nd Street
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open meeting. Grab a cup of coffee and join in on the discussion!

7:30 PM
Benson Hill Women’s Group
King of Kings Lutheran Church
18207 108th Avenue Southeast
Renton, Washington 98055

This is a closed meeting for women. Only women who have committed themselves to the recovery process are invited.

Babysitters are available so feel free to bring your little ones.

Saturday

10:30 AM
Cascade Group
United Christ
1707 116th Avenue Southeast
Renton, Washington 98055

This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the Program are welcome.

7:30 PM
Sound Sobriety
IHOP Restaurant
610 Rainier Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This meeting is open to all. Wheelchair access is available.

8:00 PM
Renton Highlands Big Book
Highlands Community Church
3031 Northeast 10th Street
Renton, Washington 98056

This is an open, gay-friendly AA meeting. All are welcome. The building is wheelchair accessible.

If you’re looking for a place to find some support on Saturday nights, this could be a great group for you.

Please note: Northpoint Recovery is not affiliated with any of the meetings listed on this page. Therefore, we take no responsibility for your experience with these groups. Also, meeting times and schedules are subject to change. For an up-to-date schedule of recovery meetings in Renton, check out the official Western Washington AA website.

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Al-Anon: A Family Support Group

Loving an addict is difficult. Sometimes, it may seem impossible. Yet, because they’re our family, we love them nonetheless. 

When a family member is destroying their life (and possibly ours) with drugs or alcohol, it’s easy to slip into a dark place. We often feel enraged, depressed, and overwhelmed. Oftentimes, it feels that our lives will be miserable until they can get sober. 

It doesn’t have to be like this. It’s entirely possible for you to live a life that’s separate from their addiction. 

It’s not easy, of course, but Al-Anon can show you how. 

Essentially, this is a support group for the family members of addicts. Each week, members get together to share their experiences and talk through their personal situations. The goal, over time, is for each member to learn how to recognize that their loved one’s problem is out of their control. 

And while it can be a painful process, this group can offer the support you need during this hard time.

Are you tired of suffering in silence? Could you use some from people who share the same experience? 

Well, there are some great meetings in the area. Check out the ones we’ve listed below.

Monday

7:00 PM
Renton Monday Night AFG
Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church
99 Wells Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open meeting. It takes place in the Church’s Pritchard Hall building.

Tuesday

7:00 PM
Tuesday Night Living the Legacies AFG
Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church
99 Wells Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open Al-Anon meeting, held in the Church’s Pritchard Hall building.

Wednesday

7:00 PM
Experience Strength and Hope AFG
Fairwood Community United Methodist Church
15255 Southeast Fairwood Blvd
Renton, Washington 98058

This is an open meeting for beginners. If you’re justing starting out in Al-Anon, this could be a great meeting for you.

It takes place in Room #4 of the Church’s Benedict Hall building.

7:00 PM
Solo Por Hoy GFA
First United Methodist Church
2201 Northeast 4th Street
Renton, Washington 98056

This is an open, Spanish-speaking meeting. All are welcome. The facility is handicap accessible.

Thursday

7:30 PM
Renton Thursday Night AFG
Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church
99 Wells Avenue South
Renton, Washington 98057

This is an open Al-Anon meeting. It takes place in the Church’s Pritchard Hall building.

Looking for more meetings? Check out the official Washington Area Al-Anon Family Group website

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Northpoint Recovery: Committed to Providing Care and Support

For some folks, AA and NA meetings are the trick to getting sober. But other people require more intensive treatment. 

AA and NA are amazing resources. But, many addicts need to go through detox and rehab before the Twelve Steps can be effective for them. 

So, if you’re considering sobriety, you should consider coming out to stay with us at Northpoint Recovery

Located only 1 hour and 20 minutes (via airplane) from Renton, Northpoint is an inpatient treatment facility that can help you get sober. By flying out to stay with us, you’ll give yourself the time and space you need to recover. 

We can help you turn your life around. 

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