Edgewood, Washington Addiction Resource Guide

While Edgewood is a small city, its problems with drug and alcohol addiction are anything but.

Recent years have seen an upsurge in opioid abuse, with more and more people succumbing to this deadly menace. This trend is likely to continue, and even increase in magnitude if left unchecked. This makes finding the most effective addiction-treatment options more important than ever before.

If you or a loved one have fallen prey to any type of drug or alcohol addiction, we stand ready to help in any way we can. Our addiction resource guide is full of the information you need to find the perfect program for your needs. You might be looking for a good detox program to start things off, or alcohol or drug rehab to keep the ball rolling. You may have surpassed these steps, and need ongoing outpatient support to maintain the achievements you have fought so hard for. No matter what you need, our guide is likely to be able to fill in the blanks.

Our Addiction Treatment Facility

Our alcohol and drug rehab treatment facility is located in Edmonds, Wa.

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Northpoint Washington is located less than 50 miles from Edgewood in the city of Edmonds. Our 22-bed facility encompasses all aspects of treatment for both drug and alcohol addiction. Upon arrival, we create a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs. Combine this with the welcoming and discreet atmosphere of our facility, and you have the optimal setting in which to achieve freedom from your addiction.

Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Edgewood, Washington

It is important to remember that addiction does not disappear once detox and rehab are out of the way. Alcoholism and drug addiction are lifelong diseases, and must receive constant care and attention to keep from relapse. While the tools and wisdom learned in structured programs are a good foundation, they should still be supplemented with outside support and feedback on a regular basis.

Probably the best source of this needed ongoing help is the many support groups and recovery meetings held in and around Edgewood. Programs like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are prime examples, and have helped many people addicted to drugs or alcohol find the strength to keep their sobriety going. These group meetings are all made up of other people in the same boat as you are. This makes the advice and commiseration especially helpful, since it comes from someone who has been there personally.

Without a doubt, the most recognizable name in free support for alcoholism is Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA. AA created the 12-step program that has gone on to be so intrinsic to the success of many types of addictions. This 12-step program emphasizes different problem areas in life that have shown time and again to be important in the struggle against alcohol addiction. AA allows anyone to attend their meetings, as long as they have a sincere desire to quit drinking.

Monday

Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: LOFT GROUP
Location: Lake Chalet Square 10216 29th Street East

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: BACK TO BASICS
Location: Mountain View Lutheran 3505 122nd Avenue East

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: LOFT GROUP
Location: Lake Chalet Square 10216 29th Street East

Thursday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: LOFT GROUP
Location: Lake Chalet Square 10216 29th Street East

Friday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: LOFT GROUP
Location: Lake Chalet Square 10216 29th Street East

Narcotics Anonymous, or NA, is another well-known organization that provides similar assistance for drug addicts. NA's 12-step program is very similar, with one important difference. The specifics of the program are tailored with the unique problems and situations that addicts face rather than alcoholics. People with addictions gather together to glean helpful insight and information from others facing the same challenges they are. They also have a chance to unload their own minds in an atmosphere that is free of judgment or ridicule.

Sunday

Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Denny's Restaurant, Banquet Room 626 South Hill Park Drive Puyallup
2.71 miles

Tuesday

Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Tacoma Christian Reform Church 2419 East 72nd Street Tacoma
3.54 miles

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Playa Azul Restaurant 1114 River Road Puyallup
.64 miles

Friday

Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Good Samaritan Hospital 506A 14th Avenue SE Puyallup
2.05 miles

Friends and family members of alcoholics usually find themselves in difficult situations when dealing with their addicted kin. Without the opportunity to get everything off their chests, this difficulty can turn into resentment. Al-Anon offers the safe space these brave souls need to release their anger and frustration in a way that will avoid causing damage to their relationship with their loved one. It can also be helpful just knowing that you are not alone in a situation that is not even of your own making.

Sunday

Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Living Free AFG
Location: First Presbyterian Church 412 W Pioneer, Puyallup

Monday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Summit View Unity AFG
Location: Summit United Methodist Church 5316 104th St E, Tacoma

Thursday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Puyallup Parents AFG
Location: Puyallup Lakeside Milam 405 W Stewart Ste a, Puyallup

Having a friend or family member with a drug addiction has the added worry of overdose to contend with, as well as helping them stay on track. This means that the difficulties they have are even more pronounced than those found loving an alcoholic. For many years, Nar Anon has been the primary choice for loved ones of drug addicts to find the solace and support from other people with the same concerns. While it is possible to muddle through this situation on your own, it is much easier if you have other people in your corner.

Sunday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Sundays In Sumner
Location: Sumner United Methodist Church 901 Wood Avenue Sumner
4 miles away

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Olalla NFG
Location: Olalla Recovery Center 12851 SE Lala Cove Lane Olalla
19.4 miles away

Thursday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Hope On The Hill
Location: All Saints Lutheran Church 27225 Military Road South Auburn
11.1 miles away

For younger family members of alcoholics there is Alateen. Rather than attend an Al-Anon meeting, where there is always adults present, Alateen is just for kids. These impressionable minds gather together to share the unique problems that young children can go through in relation to alcoholism. This outlet is vital to ensuring that they never feel overwhelmed, and potentially follow their loved one down the same path.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: West Seattle Alateen
Location: Tibbets United Methodist Church 3940 41st Avenue SW, Seattle
25.8 miles away

Tuesday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Tuesday Night Survivors Alateen
Location: Redeemer Lutheran Church 1001 Princeton Street, Fircrest
9.6 miles away

Thursday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Lake Hills Alateen
Location: 2650 148th Ave SE Bellevue
28.1 miles away

If a faith-based solution is not your preference, you may find SMART more helpful. SMART, which stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training, takes advances in addiction-recovery science and turns them into tools that can help with cravings and urges. SMART is helpful for all types of addiction, rather than just concentrating on one type. SMART offers both in-person meetings and many resources found online.

Tuesday

Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Calvary Community Church 15116 Gary Street E, Sumner
5.8 miles

Wednesday

Time: 6:30 PM
Location: 1712 6th Ave., Tacoma
9.8 miles

Thursday

Time: 6:00 PM
Location: 5500 Olympic Drive , Gig Harbor
16.7 miles

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Northpoint Recovery

If you are ready to start your journey back from addiction to a healthy and productive life, we urge you to check out Northpoint Recovery. Our program includes both detox, and a full, 28-day rehab program tailored to fit your needs specifically. We do understand that no solution fits every set of circumstances, so contact us to find out if what we offer is what we need. We have helped many people achieve their sobriety goals, and would love to add your name to that list.

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