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Spokane Washington Drug and Alcohol Resources

Located in Spokane County, Spokane, Washington's motto, "Near Nature, Near Perfect" certainly describes it well, as the high plains city is rich in history, culture, natural resources, arts and sports. However, as the second largest city in the state of Washington, it also has its problems. Substance abuse and alcoholism take their toll on both the rich and the poor of this city. It does not discriminate.

Spokane residents are addicted to a whole range of substances, from legal drugs to illegal narcotics. Different substance abusers have their own vice. Some even engage in polysubstance abuse.

Although Washington has legalized the recreational use of marijuana, drugs like heroin, meth, ecstasy and cocaine, and excessive alcohol are a threat to public health and safety like anywhere else. Much like with every county, unintentional opioid overdose deaths are on the rise. In 2016, there were 22 reported cases. This rate is significantly higher than the statewide rate.

Knowing where to look for the right resources is key to a successful recovery. There are rehabs in Spokane and also support groups, like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). If your family is affected by drugs or alcohol, Northpoint Recovery can guide you to the local support you need.

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The Facts About Addiction in Spokane

Illicit use of prescription drugs, like Oxycontin, and the abuse of illegal drugs, such as heroin, cocaine, methamphetamines and marijuana, rage across America among people of all backgrounds. Excessive use of beer, wine, vodka and other alcoholic beverages can spin out of control and devastate lives. 

Even the "nicest" and most successful people can become addicted to drugs or alcohol. Most of these people never dreamed that their use could result in an addiction that controls their life. In fact, the use of illicit and prescription drugs is prevalent in the U.S. According to the CDC, in 2012,drug overdose caused more accidental deaths than motor vehicle accidents for people 25 to 64 years old.

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You can get sober. There is help

If the use of drugs or alcohol has become a problem for you or someone you love, there are caring people who want to help you, not judge you. To learn more about sobriety and support services in Spokane, see the resources listed below.

If the use of drugs or alcohol has become a problem for you or someone you love, there are caring people who want to help you, not judge you. To learn more about sobriety and support in Spokane, see the resources listed below.

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Our Closest Facility to Spokane, WA

If you're looking for our closest facility to Spokane, Washington, it's Northpoint Recovery, which is located in Boise, ID. We are an inpatient treatment center that's about a 1.5-hour flight away. Going to a rehab city that's in another state comes with many perks. You'll be in a completely new environment and away from all negative influences. Also, you can rest assured that you'll receive treatment in a private environment. You can maintain your anonymity because the chances of running into anyone you know is fairly slim. 

Many people hesitate to look out-of-state for addiction treatment, but there are actually many benefits of choosing one that's further away. The best part is that your insurance plan might cover not only the cost of rehab, but also the travel expenses involved in getting here. 

Verify your insurance with us today to see what type of coverage you have.

Support Groups for Drug Addiction

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a well-known and highly respected 12-step program with groups across the country. NA welcomes those who are maintaining their sobriety after completing a rehabilitation program or anyone who is looking to get clean. Members don’t necessarily have to complete a substance abuse treatment program before joining NA. This may be the place where a new attendee first learns about rehab programs and what they offer. Attending NA meetings is free.

NA meetings follow twelve steps and principles that are often discussed at the meetings during step studies, book studies and speaker discussions. Members can also reflect on their behaviors and let any frustrations they have out during the daily reflections. 

There are quite a few Spokane NA meetings around, so it’s easy to find one that will fit into one’s schedule. All meetings are open meetings, which welcome anyone, unless otherwise specified.

Sunday

10:00 AM
801 West Spofford Avenue

12:00 PM
303 West 2nd Avenue

5:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

7:00 PM
1222 West 2nd Avenue

9:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

Monday

12:00 PM
303 West 2nd Avenue

3:00 PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Solutions Room

5:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

7:00 PM
202 North Pines Road

8:00 PM
1700 West 7th Avenue

9:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

Tuesday 

12:00 PM
303 West 2nd Avenue

3:00 PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Solutions Room

5:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

7:00 PM
1222 West 2nd Avenue
(Closed meeting; No Children under 10)

9:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

Wednesday 

12:00 PM
303 West 2nd Avenue

3:00 PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Solutions Room

5:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

6:30 PM
827 West Cleveland Avenue

7:30 PM
1222 West 2nd Avenue
(Closed meeting; For men only)

9:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

Thursday 

12:00 PM
303 West 2nd Avenue

3:00 PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Solutions Room

5:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

7:00 PM
1222 West 2nd Avenue

7:30 PM
303 West 2nd Avenue

9:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

Friday 

12:00 PM
303 West 2nd Avenue

3:00 PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Solutions Room

5:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

6:00 PM
1700 West 7th Avenue
Blue Room
(Closed meeting)

7:30 PM
1700 West 7th Avenue

9:15 PM
1917 East Pacific Avenue

9:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

Saturday

10:00 AM
214 North Cedar Street

12:00 PM
303 West 2nd Avenue

3:00 PM
1102 West 2nd Avenue
Solutions Room

5:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

6:30 PM
927 South Perry Street
Basement

8:15 PM
1700 West 7th Avenue

9:45 PM
3038 East Trent Avenue
Door C

Support Groups for Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is perhaps the best-known support group in the world. It is a fellowship of men and women all helping each other through their journey to get and stay sober. The 12 Steps taught by AA help people regain control of their lives, and reach and maintain sobriety. 

AA is specifically for people who struggle with alcoholism. All alcoholic subtypes can benefit from going to these recovery meetings.

Many recovering alcoholics swear by AA, and, fortunately, there are a lot of different Spokane AA meetings for them to choose from. When choosing a meeting that will fit into one’s schedule, consider whether the meetings are open meetings, which welcome anyone, or closed meetings, which are reserved for recovering alcohol abusers. 

It’s also important to take a closer look at whether the meetings offer childcare or handicap access. These meetings follow the same structure as NA or other 12 step programs. Some meetings will specifically deal with book studies, step studies, speaker discussions or daily reflections.

Sunday 

6:30 AM
MANITO MORNING MEETING
3220 S Grand Blvd

7:00 AM
5TH AVE WAKE UP
3114 E 5th Ave

EYE OPENER
303 W 2nd Ave

8:00 AM
EARLY BIRD GROUP
5109 N Adams St

9:00 AM
AGNOSTICS & ATHEISTS
1700 W 7th Ave

10:00 AM
PRESCRIPTION FOR LIVING
5633 N Lidgerwood St

10:30 AM
UNITY GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

Noon
5TH AVE NOONER
3114 E 5th Ave

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT NOON MEETING
4620 N Post St

3:00 PM
SECOND CHANCE MEETING
411 S Washington St

5:00 PM
NORTHEAST SOBRIETY WHAT'S NEXT GROUP
4620 N Regal St

5:30 PM
5TH AVE HAPPY HOUR
3114 E 5th Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
4620 N Post St

7:00 PM
I AM FREE
1504 W Grace Ave

STEP DISCUSSION
4515 N Alberta St

Monday 

6:30 AM
MANITO MORNING MEETING
3220 S Grand Blvd

7:00 AM
5TH AVE WAKE UP
3114 E 5th Ave

EYE OPENER
303 W 2nd Ave

8:00 AM
EARLY BIRD GROUP
5109 N Adams St

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

10:00 AM
GRATEFUL LADIES
(For Women Only)
918 E Garland Ave

Noon
PASS IT ON
2924 E Wellesley Ave

5TH AVE NOONER
3114 E 5th Ave

MONDAY MEN'S GROUP
(For Men Only)
1700 W 7th Ave

NOON NON-SMOKING GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

JUST ANOTHER MEETING
2607 S Ray St

ONE DAY AT A TIME
2102 E Everett Ave

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT NOON MEETING
4620 N Post St

DOWNTOWN WOMEN'S MEETING
(For Women Only)
920 W 2nd Ave
2:00 PM

GRATITUDE
918 E Garland Ave
5:15 PM

5:15 GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

5:30 PM
5TH AVE HAPPY HOUR
3114 E 5th Ave

GRATEFUL LADIES LIVING SOBER BOOK STUDY
(For Women Only)
918 E Garland Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
4620 N Post St
6:00 PM

BRING YOUR OWN BOOK BIG BOOK STUDY
5109 N Adams St
6:15 PM

DIGNITARIES SYMPATHY MEN'S GROUP
(For Men Only)
3220 S Grand Blvd

6:30 PM
SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

STEPPIN' UP
222 E Indiana Ave

7:00 PM
YOUNG AT HEART (WEST)
1700 W 7th Ave

CAME TO BELIEVE
3122 W Lincoln Rd

7:30 PM
NORTHSIDE GROUP
3908 N Driscoll Blvd

MANITO BOOK STUDY
3220 S Grand Blvd

MINNEHAHA FUN GROUP
4005 E Marietta Ave

NORTHERN LIGHTS
505 W St Thomas More Way

BETTER MEDICINE
1603 N Belt St
8:00 PM

SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

Tuesday

6:30 AM
MANITO MORNING MEETING
3220 S Grand Blvd

7:00 AM
5TH AVE WAKE UP
3114 E 5th Ave

EYE OPENER
303 W 2nd Ave

8:00 AM
EARLY BIRD GROUP
5109 N Adams St

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

Noon
PASS IT ON
2924 E Wellesley Ave

5TH AVE NOONER
3114 E 5th Ave

NOON NON-SMOKING GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

ONE DAY AT A TIME
2102 E Everett Ave

SOUTH HILL NOON GROUP
3220 S Grand Blvd

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT NOON MEETING
4620 N Post St

2:00 PM
GRATITUDE
918 E Garland Ave

5:00 PM
RIDE ON
1917 E Pacific Ave

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT
1428 W Broadway Ave

5:30 PM
5TH AVE HAPPY HOUR
3114 E 5th Ave

TUE-THURS BOOK STUDY
1700 W 7th Ave

H.A.L.T. LADIES LITERATURE STUDY
(For Women Only)
5109 N Adams St

WOMEN'S 12X12 STUDY
(For Women Only)
5109 N Adams St

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
4620 N Post St

6:30 PM
SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

7:00 PM
11TH STEP STUDY
3220 S Grand Blvd

GRUPO HISPANO
3220 S Grand Blvd

NORTHSIDE MIRACLES
4202 N Belt St

SERENITY SEEKERS
303 W 2nd Ave

8:00 PM
DOWNTOWN MEN'S GROUP
(For Men Only)
1700 W 7th Ave

SOBER ON SPRAGUE
1917 E Pacific Ave

Wednesday

6:30 AM
MANITO MORNING MEETING
3220 S Grand Blvd

7:00 AM
5TH AVE WAKE UP
3114 E 5th Ave

EYE OPENER
303 W 2nd Ave

8:00 AM
EARLY BIRD GROUP
5109 N Adams St

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

Noon
PASS IT ON
2924 E Wellesley Ave

5TH AVE NOONER
3114 E 5th Ave

NOON NON-SMOKING GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

ONE DAY AT A TIME
2102 E Everett Ave

NOON STEP STUDY
5109 N Adams St

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT NOON MEETING
4620 N Post St

MOVING FORWARD
527 S Cannon St

DOWNTOWN WOMEN'S MEETING
(For Women Only)
920 W 2nd Ave

2:00 PM
GRATITUDE
918 E Garland Ave

5:15 PM
5:15 GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

WEDNESDAY ELEVEN STEP GROUP
411 S Washington St

5:30 PM
5TH AVE HAPPY HOUR
3114 E 5th Ave

STEP SISTERS
3220 S Grand Blvd

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
4620 N Post St

WOMEN'S ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
(For Women Only)
4620 N Post St

6:00 PM
FREE THINKERS
1700 W 7th Ave

WOMEN'S WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEETING Women
5109 N Adams St

6:30 PM
SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

STEPPIN' UP
222 E Indiana Ave

6:45 PM
ONE FOR THE BOOKS
303 W 2nd Ave

7:00 PM
PRIDE IN SOBRIETY
2607 S Ray St

INDISPENSABLE ESSENTIALS
3220 S Grand Blvd

WESTSIDE WARRIORS
1832 W Dean Ave

7:30 PM
BACK TO BASICS
3908 N Driscoll Blvd

MANITO GROUP
5720 S Perry St

8:00 PM
SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

Thursday

6:30 AM
MANITO MORNING MEETING
3220 S Grand Blvd

12 X 12 BOOK STUDY GROUP
2900 S Bernard St

7:00 AM
5TH AVE WAKE UP
3114 E 5th Ave

EYE OPENER
303 W 2nd Ave

8:00 AM
EARLY BIRD GROUP
5109 N Adams St

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

10:00 AM
GRATEFUL LADIES
(For Women Only)
918 E Garland Ave

Noon
PASS IT ON
2924 E Wellesley Ave

5TH AVE NOONER
3114 E 5th Ave

NOON NON-SMOKING GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

ONE DAY AT A TIME
2102 E Everett Ave

SOUTH HILL NOON GROUP
3220 S Grand Blvd

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT NOON MEETING
4620 N Post St

2:00 PM
GRATITUDE
918 E Garland Ave

5:00 PM
THURSDAY MEN'S STEP STUDY
(For Men Only)
330 E Boone Ave

5:30 PM
5TH AVE HAPPY HOUR
3114 E 5th Ave

TUE-THURS BOOK STUDY
1700 W 7th Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
4620 N Post St

6:00 PM
OUT OF THE HAT NORTH
8441 N Indian Trail Rd

6:30 PM
SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

NORTHEAST GROUP
411 S Washington St

7:00 PM
MEN'S MEETING
(For Men Only)
3114 E 5th Ave

AUDIO BOOK STUDY
1700 W 7th Ave

OUT OF THE HAT
3000 W Sunset Blvd

GET A LIFE MEN'S GROUP
(For Men Only)
1012 S Freya St

GROWING UP IN PUBLIC
502 E Boone Ave

JERI-PATTY-STEVE
303 W 2nd Ave

NEW SOIL, NEW ROOTS
1428 W Broadway Ave

7:30 PM
MANITO WOMEN'S GROUP
(For Women Only)
3220 S Grand Blvd

8:00 PM
SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

Friday 

6:30 AM
MANITO MORNING MEETING
3220 S Grand Blvd

7:00 AM
5TH AVE WAKE UP
3114 E 5th Ave

EYE OPENER
303 W 2nd Ave

8:00 AM
EARLY BIRD GROUP
5109 N Adams St

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

Noon
PASS IT ON
2924 E Wellesley Ave

5TH AVE NOONER
3114 E 5th Ave

NOON NON-SMOKING GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

ONE DAY AT A TIME
2102 E Everett Ave

SERENITY OF THE HEART
6910 S Ben Burr Rd

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT NOON MEETING
4620 N Post St

DOWNTOWN WOMEN'S MEETING
(For Women Only)
920 W 2nd Ave

12:30 PM
NEW DESIGN 4 LIVING
1321 N Ash St

2:00 PM
GRATITUDE
918 E Garland Ave

5:15 PM
5:15 GROUP
1700 W 7th Ave

5:30 PM
5TH AVE HAPPY HOUR
3114 E 5th Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
4620 N Post St

6:30 PM
SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

STEPPIN' UP
222 E Indiana Ave

7:00 PM
RED ROAD TO WELLBRIETY
610 E North Foothills Dr

GRUPO HISPANO
3220 S Grand Blvd

WELCOME HOME GROUP
3220 S Grand Blvd

7:30 PM
FRIDAY NIGHT ROVERS
4515 N Alberta St

SOUTH HILL GROUP
5720 S Perry St

8:00 PM
5TH AVE EVENING MEETING
3114 E 5th Ave

SOS
1917 E Pacific Ave

9:00 PM
1ST THINGS 1ST - CANDLELIGHT
518 W 3rd Ave

Saturday 

6:30 AM
MANITO MORNING MEETING
3220 S Grand Blvd

7:00 AM
5TH AVE WAKE UP
3114 E 5th Ave

EYE OPENER
303 W 2nd Ave

8:00 AM
EARLY BIRD GROUP
5109 N Adams St

8:30 AM
SATURDAY MORNING BIG BOOK STUDY
5012 W Northwest Blvd

9:00 AM
LEGACIES
4620 N Post St

NORTHSIDE FRIENDS
7315 N Wall St

9:30 AM
WOMEN OFF THE HILL BOOK STUDY Women
1700 W 7th Ave

10:00 AM
MEN'S AS BILL SEES IT STUDY Men
3220 S Grand Blvd

Noon
PASS IT ON
2924 E Wellesley Ave

5TH AVE NOONER
3114 E 5th Ave

SOUTH HILL NOON GROUP
3220 S Grand Blvd

1ST THINGS 1ST
518 W 3rd Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT NOON MEETING
4620 N Post St

2:00 PM
GRATITUDE
918 E Garland Ave

5:30 PM
5TH AVE HAPPY HOUR
3114 E 5th Ave

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT
4620 N Post St

6:30 PM
LIVING ON LIFE'S TERMS
1917 E Pacific Ave

7:00 PM
FOXHALL SPEAKERS MEETING
1700 W 7th Ave

9:00 PM
THE WAY OUT
1917 E Pacific Ave

1ST THINGS 1ST - CANDLELIGHT
518 W 3rd Ave

10:00 PM
YOUNG PEOPLE BY CANDLELIGHT
1428 W Broadway Ave

Al-Anon and Alateen Meetings

Al-Anon and Alateen are there for family members, including children and teenagers. These people are affected by a loved one's drinking or drug abuse. Al-Anon and Alateen provide guidance with boundary-setting, self-care and living with a person who is recovering from or still living with addiction. These meetings teach family members and friends break free from codependency.

Al-Anon is for anyone who has to deal with an addict. Members can be parents, children, grandparents, friends, aunts, uncles and more. These meetings follow twelve steps and principles that are similar to AA and NA. 

Membership is free. It’s generally best to go to at least one meeting a week. Develop a routine, so it’ll be easier to stick with. Fortunately, there are quite a few Al-Anon meetings in Spokane. Finding one that fits your schedule shouldn’t be too difficult at all.

Sunday 

10:30 AM
Sunday Morning AFG
1700 W 7th Ave

6:00 PM
Hugs R Us AFG
628 S Cowley St

Monday

7:00 PM
Paths To Recovery Book Study AFG
918 E Garland Ave

Monday Night Women's AFG
1700 W 7th Ave

Tuesday

1:30 PM
Tuesday Afternoon AFG
1124 W Sinto Ave

7:00 PM

Gleneden Tuesday Night AFG
15515 Gleneden

Tuesday Men's Stag AFG
1700 W 7th Ave

Tuesday Night AFG
502 E Boone Ave

7:30 PM
Tuesday Night AFG
502 E Boone Ave

Wednesday

1:30 PM
Miracles In Hillyard AFG
4620 N Regal St

6:30 PM
Detaching With Love AFG
127 E 12th Ave

Wednesday Night Adult Children AFG
512 S Bernard St

Thursday

NOON
Serenity Seekers AFG
2900 S Bernard St

7:00 PM
Thursday Nite AFG
502 E Boone Ave

Friday

6:00 PM
Friday Night Lights AFG
127 E 12th Ave

Saturday

5:00 PM
Saturday Night Adult Children AFG
711 S Cowley St #1

Alateen meetings are similar to Al-Anon meetings. These meetings are for teenagers who have a parent who is addicted to some type of substance. These meetings are unique in the sense that all participants are usually teenagers between the ages of 19. Some Alateen meetings welcome young adults up to 21 years of age. 

There is only one Alateen meeting in Spokane. Those who can’t make this meeting can go to an Al-Anon meeting.

Tuesday

Meeting time: 7:30 AM
Group name: Together We Can Make It Alateen
Location: 502 E Boone Ave

While 12 step programs are extremely effective, they are not the only options available. Both substance abusers and their loved ones can also consider reaching out to the community to see whether there are any other types of support groups available. Some recovery meetings are private and held by people in the community with similar interests. There are also other recovery meetings that are offered by outreach campaigns.

Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) meetings are unique. They’re a bit different from AA and NA. These meetings follow a 4-point program. They teach members how to become self-reliant. They use techniques that are similar to the ones taught in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). For example, they teach members how to stop intrusive thoughts

There aren’t any SMART meetings in Spokane. With that said, there is one meeting in Idaho. It’s about 30 minutes away from Spokane’s city center.

Wednesday

Meeting time: 5:30 PM every 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Location: 501 E Wallace Ave., Coeur d Alene, ID 83814 USA

How to Choose an Addiction Treatment Center in Spokane

Spokane is such a big city, and there are so many choices when it comes to addiction treatment. Maybe you've come to the conclusion that you need to go to a professional rehab center. The problem is that you aren't sure what you should be looking for. You'd be surprised how many people have the same problem. 

There are several different defining characteristics you should look for. These characteristics will help to ensure that you're receiving excellent care for your recovery. 

  • Joint Commission Accreditation - The Joint Commission only offers accreditation to facilities that provide the utmost in professional treatment for their patients. You shouldn't consider any program that does not advertise that they are accredited. If you do, you're likely to receive treatment that is subpar.
  • A small patient population - Sometimes it can seem as though facilities that treat a lot of patients offer better treatment. This isn't true at all. Many larger programs are grossly understaffed. This means that you might not get as much time with staff members as you would like or need.
  • A program that treats co-occurring disorders - Though it may seem strange, there are addiction treatment centers that still don't treat co-occurring disorders. When their patients present with depression, anxiety or another condition, they require them to get treatment first. Once they do, they can return for help with their substance abuse problems. This is not the best approach. You want to find a facility that will treat your co-occurring disorder at the same time.
  • A rehab that understands the importance of aftercare - Perhaps you've committed to going to detox and then on to rehab. You may not realize it, but your journey to recovery has just begun. Any treatment program you choose should understand that your addiction needs long-term care. This means following a schedule of appropriate treatment at the right level. For example, after inpatient rehab, you should be transitioned into an outpatient program if possible. Sober living arrangements are also a good option.
  • Help with relapse prevention - Regardless of how you feel about your recovery, relapse is always a possibility. You may feel as though quitting your use of drugs and alcohol was the best thing you could have done. Still, there's always a chance that you'll go back to using. Your treatment team should help you put a relapse prevention plan into place. This is vital for you once you're finished with rehab. 

There are different forms of addiction treatment that you can choose from. Keep in mind that the right option for you might be different from what works for someone else. The key is to find the method that you will respond to the most.

There are about 9 inpatient addiction centers in Spokane. These rehab facilities offer different treatment lengths, most range between 28 and 90 days. Longer treatment times are usually reserved for more serious addictions. Patients will pack and move into the rehab facility for the entire time that they are receiving treatment.

Approximately 21 drug and alcohol treatment centers offer outpatient care. Some outpatient facilities offer standard outpatient programs. There are no commitments or obligations involved with this option. 

Other outpatient treatment facilities offer Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHPs), which will require patients to go in every day for treatment. Treatment lengths range from 4 to over 8 hours every day. Another outpatient care option is an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). This program requires patients to get at least 9 hours of treatment every week.

Obtaining the Addiction Help You Need in Spokane, Washington

Recovering from an addiction can be difficult when you aren't sure where to begin. You may not be sure what type of addiction treatment would work best for you. Maybe, you have loved ones who are encouraging you to get professional help, but you don't feel it's necessary. We want you to know that we're here to help you make these important decisions. We can offer you a free addiction assessment to see where you stand. 

At Northpoint Recovery, our goal is always to provide the very best treatment for our patients. If you're in need of a referral, we can provide you with one. If you have additional questions that you'd like to have answered, we can assist you with that too. Above all, know that you're not alone. Help is available, and it is possible for you to recover and thrive in a life without addiction. 

Can we answer any more of your questions about addiction resources in Spokane? Let us know how we can help by contacting us today. 

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