Federal Way, Washington Addiction Resources

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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Resources in the Federal Way, WA Area

The Federal Way, Washington area has much to offer those who are searching for drug and alcohol rehab. But the reality is that treatment is not always the best approach for everyone. Some people need options that are more flexible, but they do not know where to turn to find help. 

Fortunately, there are plenty of options available for recovery. Resources likeAlcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous provide a peer support environment, which is crucial for recovery. Families can even get the assistance they need through Al-Anon and Alateen. 

Though we are not affiliated with these programs, we know that they can work for people who are truly invested in them. Our goal is to provide as many people as possible with the information they need about addiction rehab and recovery in Federal Way.

Over the past decade, it’s become increasingly clear that our loved ones and friends need help. In order to bring down the number of deaths that occur each year, we need to connect them with proper addiction resources.

We’ve compiled a list of NA and AA meetings in Federal Way. It’s our goal to help addicts get on a path to recovery. The best thing an addict can do is reach out for support. It’s our hope that this list might enable them to do so.

If you know a King County resident struggling with addiction, please share this list with them. Together, we can fight the addiction problem in the region.

Federal Way AA Meetings: Battling Alcoholism Together

One in five King County residents admits to binge-drinking on a regular basis. But, many alcoholics don’t realize they have a problem until it’s too late. 

A recent article, published on SeattlePi.com reports that 20% of King County residents admit to binge drinking on a regular basis. Regular binge drinking one common sign of alcohol addiction. 

While not everyone who binge-drinks is an alcoholic, some of our binge-drinking neighbors are. In looking at data provided by the Washington State Patrol, we see that roughly 2,400 people were arrested for a DUI in King County in 2017. This is quite alarming, considering that drunk-driving car accidents kill more than 130 people in Washington state every year. 

Perhaps even more alarming, alcohol poisoning is responsible for 4% of all overdose deaths that happen in the state

It’s apparent, therefore, that something needs to happen. Fortunately, the AA community in Federal Way is doing their part to help. 

Are you or a loved one struggling with alcoholism? Take one of our free online assessments to figure out if you need help: 

Am I an Alcoholic?
Am I a Functional Alcoholic?
Is My Family Member Addicted to Alcohol?
Am I Enabling My Family Member to Drink?

After taking our quiz, a member of our team will reach out with a response. We’ll provide some advice and offer information on potential treatment options.

AA is a worldwide organization of people who struggle with alcohol addiction. Every day, members gather in towns all over America to connect and offer support. In a typical meeting, attendees are invited to stand up and share their story. Some people prefer to listen, but many folks take the opportunity to talk about their lives and discuss their progress. 

What is Alcoholics Anonymous?

All meetings are free. Most meetings are open to the public. 

The people in Alcoholics Anonymous are supportive and compassionate. They all reached a point in life where their drinking habit spiraled out of control. They don’t judge anyone for their past mistakes. Instead, they offer help and advice to anyone who wants it. 

“The Program”, as some members call it, doesn’t work for everyone. But, many alcoholics consider it the key to getting sober

We’ve assembled a list of meetings in and around Federal Way. If you’re looking to attend a meeting, one of these meetings might be helpful for you. 

Find an AA Meeting in Federal Way, WA

Important note: Some meetings are marked as closed. These meetings are only open to people who’ve been in AA for some time. This allows for smaller, more intimate sessions. If you’d like to participate in one of the meetings, you should attend a few open meetings first.

Sunday

7:00 PM
Federal Way Sunday Step
Christ Lutheran Church
2501 Southwest 320th Street
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is an open Big Book study session. AA members gather to discuss the Big Book and other books about sobriety.

7:00 PM
Healthy Women
Church of Good Shepherd
345 South 312th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open, women-only meeting. Any woman who is committed to sobriety is invited.

Monday

12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Group
150 South 356th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open AA meeting. It’s a great meeting for anyone who wants to start their week off on the right foot.

6:30 PM
Federal Way Monday Night
Church of Christ
30012 Military Road South
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is a closed meeting. It’s only open to committed members of the AA program.

7:00 PM
Finally Free
Brooklake Community Church
629 South 356th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open speaker meeting. Attendees take turns sharing their story with the group.

7:00 PM
Federal Way Women
Christ Lutheran Church
2501 Southwest 320th Street
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is an open, women-only meeting. Women who want to get sober should attend.

8:00 PM
Grupo Primero Es Lo Primero
Church of Christ
30012 Military Road South
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open meeting. It’s a Spanish-speaking AA meeting.

8:00 PM
Do It Together
Light of Christ Church
2400 Southwest 344th Street
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Tuesday

12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Group
150 South 356th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited.

7:00 PM
Federal Way Tuesday Men’s Stag
Wayside United Church of Christ
2000 Southwest Dash Point Road
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is a closed meeting for men. It’s only open to committed members of the program.

8:00 PM
Federal Way Tuesday Night Study
Calvary Lutheran Church
2415 South 320th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open step-study meeting. Members discuss their progress in the 12 Steps and help each other through the process.

8:00 PM
Grupo Primero Es Lo Primero
Church of Christ
30012 Military Road South
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open meeting. It’s a Spanish-speaking meeting.

Wednesday

12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Group
150 South 356th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited.

7:30 PM
Wednesday Night Women in Recovery
Church of Christ
30012 Military Road South
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open meeting for women. Open to any woman who wants support on Wednesday night.

7:30 PM
The Anonymity Group
United Methodist Church
29645 51st Avenue South
Auburn, WA 98001 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome.

8:00 PM
Grupo Primero Es Lo Primero
Church of Christ
30012 Military Road South
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open meeting. It’s a Spanish-speaking AA meeting.

8:00 PM
Federal Way Wednesday Open Topic
Church of Good Shepherd
345 South 312th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is a closed meeting. It’s only open to committed members of the AA program.

Thursday

12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Group
150 South 356th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited.

7:00 PM
Federal Way Thursday Night Men’s Stag Meeting
Church of Good Shepherd
345 South 312th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is a closed, men-only meeting. It’s only open to men who have been in AA for some time.

7:30 PM
Rainbow Recovery
Church of Christ
30012 Military Road South
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open, LGBT-friendly meeting.

8:00 PM
Grupo Primero Es Lo Primero
Church of Christ
30012 Military Road South
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open meeting. It’s a Spanish-speaking meeting.

8:00 PM
Do It Together
Light of Christ Church
2400 Southwest 344th Street
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Friday

12:00 Noon
Brown Bag Group
150 South 356th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited.

8:00 PM
Grupo Primero Es Lo Primero
Church of Christ
30012 Military Road South
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open meeting. It’s a Spanish-speaking meeting.

8:00 PM
As Bill Sees It
Christ Lutheran Church
2501 Southwest 320th Street
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone who wants to overcome alcoholism is welcome to attend.

8:00 PM
Federal Way Friday Night
Wayside United Church of Christ
2000 Southwest Dash Point Road
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is an open meeting. Oftentimes, Friday nights are difficult for recovering alcoholics. This meeting is a great place to get some support on Friday nights.

Saturday

9:00 AM
Federal Way Men’s Stag Saturday
Church of Good Shepherd
345 South 312th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is a closed, men-only meeting. It’s only open to men who have been in AA for some time. This is a great meeting for anyone seeking some Saturday morning support.

6:00 PM
Sober on Saturday Big Book Study
Denny’s Restaurant
2132 South 320th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open meeting. It’s held in the conference room at Denny’s.

7:00 PM
Just4Today Speaker Meeting
Brooklake Church
629 South 356th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open speaker meeting. Attendees take turns sharing their story with the group. Children are welcome, so feel free to bring your kids.

Please note: Northpoint Washington is not affiliated with any of the meetings listed above. Therefore, we cannot endorse any one meeting over another. For an official, up-to-date list of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in the Federal Way area, please check out the District 32 AA website.

Narcotics Anonymous in Federal Way: A Fight Against the Drug Crisis

In recent years, the region has seen more drug overdose deaths than any other time in history. The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute at UW reports that nearly King County citizens died of a drug overdose in 2016. This does not include alcohol poisoning deaths.

Narcotics Anonymous in Federal Way

According to their Drug Use Trends report, heroin is the leading killer in King County. Of the 348 people who died from a drug overdose, 247 of them overdosed on heroin. Prescription opioids like fentanyl and oxycodone were involved in a number of these cases. 

Surprisingly, crystal meth deaths have decreased over the past few years. But, it’s still a persisting problem. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Seattle Field Division, meth is involved in 7% of drug overdose deaths in Federal Way. On a state level, nearly 2,000 people report to the ER for meth-related issues each year. 

It’s apparent that the County is facing a large problem. But fortunately, Narcotics Anonymous is doing what they can to help end the problem.

Narcotics Anonymous is an organization developed to help addicts overcome their drug habit. The group is open to anyone who is addicted to heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, prescription drugs, or any other substance. There are even NA members who suffer from marijuana addiction

Essentially, NA facilitates meetings in which addicts gather to offer each other support. Members of the group discuss their experiences with addiction and share methods for managing sobriety. 

NA is similar to Alcoholics Anonymous in nearly every way. The program is based around the Twelve Steps, a method that addicts use to get (and stay) sober. When working through the steps, addicts confront the nature of their addiction and the consequences it’s had in their lives. Ideally, the addict learns how to forgive themselves and apologize to others. 

These meetings are free. Nearly all of them are open to everyone. There are no requirements for membership except a desire to live a drug-free life 

Is your drug habit becoming unmanageable? Could you benefit from Narcotics Anonymous? Take one of our free online assessments to learn more about your condition: 

Am I a Drug Addict?
Am I Addicted to Prescription Drugs?
Am I Addicted to Meth?
Am I Addicted to Heroin?

Are you looking for a meeting near you? Well, you don’t have to look far. Meetings happen in nearly every town across America every day. Here are some that might be good for you. 

Important note: Some meetings are labeled closed. These meetings are not open to the general public. In order to attend these meetings, you must go to some open meetings first. These meetings are usually smaller and more intimate. So, the group only allows committed members of the NA community. Once you attend some open meetings, the group will be happy to have you.

Sunday

7:30 AM
Preventative Maintenance
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

10:00 AM
Twisted Sisters in Recovery
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who is committed to sobriety is invited. Wheelchair access.

12:00 PM
Road to Recovery
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

4:00 PM
On Point Recovery
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Wheelchair access.

7:00 PM
The New Fix
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. Wheelchair access.

Monday

12:00 PM
Road to Recovery
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

4:00 PM
On Point Recovery
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Wheelchair access.

5:00 PM
It Works
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

7:00 PM
Men’s Hardcore NA
Auburn Supermall IHOP
1044 Supermall Way
Auburn, WA 98001 
This is an open meeting for men. No smoke break.

7:00 PM
The New Fix
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. Wheelchair access.

Tuesday

12:00 PM
Road to Recovery
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

4:00 PM
On Point Recovery
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Wheelchair access.

5:30 PM
Living Clean Big Book Study
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open, book-study meeting. Members gather to discuss the Big Book. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

7:00 PM
The New Fix
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open, speaker-based meeting. Attendees are invited to share their stories with the group. 
On the last day of the month, the group celebrates its members’ birthdays.

7:00 PM
Tuesday Night Hope Group
610 8th Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. It’s held in a building with wheelchair access. 
The Tuesday Night Hope Group is a new recovery group. They’re currently seeking new members. It could be a great meeting for anyone looking to connect with other recovering addicts.

Wednesday

12:00 PM
Road to Recovery
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

4:00 PM
On Point Recovery
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access.

5:30 PM
Twisted Sisters in Recovery
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who is committed to sobriety is invited. Wheelchair access.

7:00 PM
Never Alone
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open, speaker-based meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

10:30 PM
No Matter What
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. It could be a great meeting for people who need some late-night support on Wednesday evenings. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting

Thursday

12:00 PM
Road to Recovery
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

4:00 PM
On Point Recovery
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access.

7:00 PM
Never Alone
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open, speaker-based meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

7:00 PM
The New Fix
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open, speaker-based meeting. Attendees are invited to share their stories with the group.
On the last day of the month, the group celebrates its members’ birthdays.

Friday

12:00 PM
Road to Recovery
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility.
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

4:00 PM
On Point Recovery
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access.

5:00 PM
It Works
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

7:00 PM
The New Fix
South King County Alano Club
1317 Harvey Road
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open, speaker-based meeting. Attendees are invited to share their stories with the group. 
On the last day of the month, the group celebrates its members' birthdays.

Saturday

7:30 AM
Preventative Maintenance
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting. Members gather to share their stories with the group. It’s held in a handicap-accessible facility. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting.

6:30 PM
Our Primary Purpose
Brooklake Community Church
629 South 356th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited.

9:00 PM
Ninjas in Recovery
Family of Grace Lutheran Church
31317 124th Avenue Southeast
Auburn, WA 98092 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The group encourages first-timers and young people to join.

9:30 PM
Men in Recovery
Recovery Garage
230 1st Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open NA meeting for men. Members gather to share stories and talk about their experience. The facility is handicap-accessible. 
Enter the garage through the alley behind American Lighting. 

Please note: Northpoint Washington is not affiliated with any of the meetings listed above. Therefore, we cannot endorse any one meeting over another.

Federal Way, WA Treatment Options for Addiction and Alcoholism

Al-Anon: A Resource for the Family Members of Addicts

We talk a lot about the millions of addicts living in America. But what about the millions of family members who are affected by a loved one’s addiction? 

Al-Anon: A Resource for the Family Members of Addicts

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, nearly 10% of Americans show signs of drug addiction. Almost 600,000 people use methamphetamine. 1.5 million use cocaine. And millions of folks are addicted to their prescription medication. 

It’s easy to overlook the fact that all of these people have family members. They have children, parents, and spouses who stay up at night worrying. They have siblings who wish they could get clean. They have friends who care about them and beg them to stop. 

Al-Anon is an organization designed for these people. It caters to the people who love an addict. The group aims to help these folks overcome the feelings of guilt and shame that come with watching a loved one battle addiction. 

Every day, Al-Anon members get together for group support meetings. They help each other cope with the complicated emotions that addiction raises. 

Is a loved one’s addiction impacting your life? Is your mental health suffering because of it? Al-Anon could be the resource you need.

Here’s a list of Al-Anon meetings in King County. Hopefully, one of these groups can provide you with the support you’ve been looking for.

Monday

10:30 AM
Monday Morning Jump State AFG
Zion Lutheran Church
1305 17th Street Southeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting for beginners. If your life has been affected by a loved one’s addiction, this could be a good resource for you.

7:00 PM
GFA Un Regalo Para Mi
St. Matthew Church
123 L Street Northeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open, Spanish-speaking meeting. 
Enter the church through the back door.

Wednesday

10:30 AM
Wednesday Morning Sunshine AFG
Light of Christ Lutheran Church
2400 Southwest 344th Street
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is an open meeting. Babysitters are available, so feel free to bring your kids.

7:30 PM
Auburn Wednesday Night AFG
Zion Lutheran Church
1305 17th Street Southeast
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open meeting for beginners. If a loved one’s addiction has impacted your life, this could be a good resource for you.

Saturday

9:00 AM
Changing Attitudes AFG
Wayside Church of Christ
2000 Southwest Dash Point Road
Federal Way, WA 98023 
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

9:30 AM
Saturday Morning Open Breakfast AFG
Rainbow Cafe
112 East Main Street
Auburn, WA 98002 
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Everyone is invited.

Please note: Northpoint Washington is not affiliated with any of the meetings listed above. Therefore, we cannot endorse any one meeting over another. For an official, up-to-date list of Al-Anon meetings in the Federal Way area, please check out the Washington Area Al-Anon website.

Alateen: An Extension of Al-Anon for Teenagers and Young Adults

Living with an addicted family member is very hard on young people. Teenagers and even young adults may have a difficult time coping. Alateen is there to offer them the support they need through regular, weekly group meetings.

Alateen allows young people the chance to connect with others who are facing similar circumstances. They may not feel comfortable talking about what they are going through with their friends. But by attending weekly meetings, they have a much-needed outlet for their feelings.

There are a few Alateen meetings that take place in the Federal Way area each week.

West Seattle Alateen
Mondays at 7:00 pm
Tibbets United Methodist Church
3940 41st Ave. SW
Seattle, WA
Map
Online
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Tuesday Night Survivors Alateen
Tuesdays at 7:30 pm
Redeemer Lutheran Church
1001 Princeton St.
Fircrest, WA
Map
Online
Facebook

Rock Solid Choices Alateen
3:30 pm
Bainbridge Public Library
1270 Madison Ave. N.
Bainbridge Island, WA
Map
Online

Courage to be Me Alateen
Wednesdays at 8:00 pm
Queen Anne Lutheran Church
2400 8th Ave. W
Seattle, WA
Map
Online
Facebook

Lake Hills Alateen
Thursdays at 7:30 pm
St. Andrew’s Church
2650 148th Ave. SE
Bellevue, WA
Map
Online
Facebook

Should Everyone Consider Going to Addiction Treatment?

When a person is ready to recover from an addiction, they should always consider going to treatment as one of their recovery options. It might not be right for them, but it offers so many great benefits to help people be successful long-term.

There are some situations when addiction treatment is highly recommended for safety reasons. Stopping the use of drugs and/or alcohol can be dangerous in many cases. It is helpful to do so in a medical facility where people can get the help they need.

For example, alcoholics should go through both detox and rehab. Not only do they need the level of support that is available in a professional setting, but they are at risk for complications. Delirium tremens is a condition that can afflict people with drinking problems when they stop using alcohol. The detox process helps to avoid that, and rehab can help people learn how to live without drinking.

Information on Seattle Online Support

Federal Way Drug and Alcohol Detox Programs

Alcohol and drug detox centers offer help for the physical side of a person’s substance abuse problem. Detoxing may be required for some people, but it is based on the type of drug(s) they are using. Alcohol detox is a requirement, and this treatment is needed for people who are addicted to:

Detoxing helps to lessen the severity of withdrawal and avoid the possibility of complications. After this process is over, people tend to feel a lot better, and ready to move on to rehab.

The SAMHSA treatment locator tool tells us that there is one facility in Federal Way that offers detoxification services. There are four additional options within a 5-mile radius of the city. 

When searching farther away, the website shows that there are 26 options within 25 miles of Federal Way. People have a lot or programs to choose from, but many prefer an inpatient detox and rehab combined.

There are five options for hospital detox programs within 25 miles of Federal Way. A hospital might seem like the perfect environment to offer these services. But many of them are lacking when it comes to follow-up care and rehab referrals. 

Hospitals also tend to be sterile environments, which can keep patients from interacting with one another. A lot of people choose a private detox facility for that reason alone.

Alcohol Rehab in Federal Way

As we mentioned earlier, moving on to a quality alcohol rehab program is a critical part of recovery for alcoholics. Many of them need the type of structure that is available to them while they get treatment. They also need to take the time to learn how to live without alcohol. 

During rehab, patients will work closely with their treatment team to determine what caused their addictions to alcohol. The root cause will be treated, which gives people a better chance of recovering long-term.

There are five alcohol rehabilitation centers that are currently operating in Federal Way. But it is not uncommon for people to want to travel away from home to get the help they need. 

There are close to 150 different options available within a 25-mile radius of Federal Way. These programs are a mix of inpatient and outpatient treatment facilities.

Drug Rehab Programs in the Federal Way Area

Drug rehab is also an essential step that should not be skipped after a person detoxes off drugs. Many people do not realize that their addictions have root causes. Likewise, a lot of addiction treatment programs are too focused on the substance abuse problem itself. 

For many people, their addictions were caused by co-occurring disorders. These are mental health conditions like anxiety, depression and ADHD. There are many of them, and it is not uncommon for people to choose to self-medicate as opposed to getting treatment. Some are not even aware that they suffer from one of these conditions until they enter into a rehab that treats them. 

Drug rehabs should always strive to treat the root cause of any addiction. Otherwise, the risk of overdosing increases because the risk of relapsing increases. When the cause of a substance abuse problem is treated, people have less of a reason to go back to using.

There are more than 140 drug rehab facilities located within 25 miles of Federal Way. There  are both inpatient and outpatient options. 

Traveling away from home to go to rehab is always a good option. It can help people focus on themselves and on what they need to do to stop using rather than on the stresses of everyday life.

Crack Cocaine Addiction and Treatment

Northpoint Washington: Helping King County Addicts Get Clean

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous provide high levels of support to the addicts who need it most. They perform a crucial service for addicts during a critical point in their lives. 

However, some addicts need additional help. They may need professional detox or ongoing attention in a rehab facility. 

Northpoint Washington: Helping King County Addicts Get Clean

For those addicts, Northpoint Washington is here to offer assistance. We help addicts transition from their previous life as a drug user into their new life as a sober individual.

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If you want to move beyond addiction, give us a call. We can help you get on the right path.
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