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AA, NA, and Al-Anon Meetings in Issaquah, WA

Hundreds of King County residents die of drug overdoses each year. We’re here to help the addicts in Issaquah and other communities find the resources they need.

Over the past decade, Washington’s drug and alcohol problem has grown worse. From prescription opioids to heroin and methamphetamine, drugs are reeking havoc on the lives of the state’s residents.

According to the King County Department of Public Health, nearly 350 residents died of an overdose in 2017 alone. This statistic includes meth and opioid overdoses as well as alcohol poisoning cases.

Therefore, it’s clear that something needs to change.

We’ve put together this list of AA and NA meetings in the Issaquah area. It’s our hope that this might be a helpful resource for addicts trying to get sober. By reaching out for help and connecting with people in recovery, active addicts may be able to get clean before their problem gets worse.

Let’s work together to bring an end to addiction in King County.

Alcoholics Anonymous: A Supportive Community in Issaquah

Nearly 20% of King County Residents show signs of alcohol abuse disorder. The local AA community is trying to help.

According to the King County Department of Public Health, excessive drinking is a serious problem in the region. In a recent Health Profile, they showed that nearly 20% of the County’s residents drink excessively on a regular basis. The Profile also shows that 16% of Issaquah residents show some signs of alcohol abuse disorder.

Unfortunately, not enough people reach out for help with their problem. According to the Washington State Patrol (WSP), more than 2,400 people were arrested for drunk driving in King County during 2017. While this statistic is alarming, it doesn’t even include the number of people who died in drunk driving accidents or from alcohol poisoning during that year.

So, it’s quite clear that drinking is a huge problem in the Issaquah area.

Are you or a family member an alcoholic? Take one of our free online assessments to get some clear answers:

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

Once you complete the quiz, we’ll reach out with some answers. An addiction specialist will identify the severity of your problem and offer some advice on moving forward.

Every day, recovering alcoholics gather in churches, town halls, and other locations to talk about addiction. They share stories, discuss their trials and tribulations, and offer advice to each other. Some of these alcoholics are newly sober while others have been sober for decades.

Each of these alcoholics is unified by their desire to live a healthy, productive life. They all want to exist free from the grip of alcohol addiction.

Is alcohol causing problems in your life? Are you powerless over booze? AA could be the resource you need to get sober.

These meetings are organized by Alcoholics Anonymous, a large organization designed to help addicts get clean. AA meetings are free and open to the public.

“The Program” as it’s known to the members, aims to provide alcoholics with a place that they can meet other people who share the same problem they do. The organization prides itself on being inclusive and non-judgmental. Instead of judging members for their behavior, AA simply offers compassion and advice to those who want help.

Many Washington state residents find that The Program helps them overcome their drinking habits.

Trying to find a meeting near you? We’ve compiled a list of meeting in the area that might be helpful.

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

Sunday

8:00 AM
Any Lengths
Swedish Medical Center
751 Northeast Blakely Drive
Issaquah, WA 98029
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

8:30 AM
Issaquah Breakfast Served
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

6:00 PM
Core Relations Men’s Meeting
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting for men. Any man who is committed to sobriety may attend.

7:30 PM
Fourth Step Writers
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting for people on the fourth step of the Program. Members focus on taking a moral inventory and discussing their progress.

Monday

6:30 AM
Morning Buzz
Lakeside-Milam
300 Northeast Gilman Boulevard
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Perfect for anyone who needs some early morning support to start off their week.

7:00 AM
Issaquah Breakfast
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
An AA meeting is a perfect way to start off the week.

9:30 AM
Eastside Breakfast
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Anyone who wants to get sober may attend. The facility is handicap accessible.

12:00 PM
Joy of Living
IHOP
1433 Northwest Sammamish Road
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Everyone’s invited. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
The meeting takes place in the banquet room at the restaurant.

7:30 PM
Destinos Felices
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open, Spanish-speaking AA meeting. Anyone who wants to get sober may attend. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

Tuesday

6:30 AM
Morning Buzz
Lakeside-Milam
300 Northeast Gilman Boulevard
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Perfect for anyone who needs some early morning support before work.

7:00 AM
Issaquah Breakfast
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

4:00 PM
Joy of Living
IHOP
1433 Northwest Sammamish Road
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
The meeting takes place in the banquet room at the restaurant.

8:00 PM
Young Drunks
Our Savior Lutheran
745 Front Street South
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome, but this meeting encourages young people and first-timers to attend.

8:00 PM
Big Book Stag Men’s Meeting
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open men’s meeting. Men who want to get sober are invited.

Wednesday

6:30 AM
Morning Buzz
Lakeside-Milam Building
300 Northeast Gilman Boulevard
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Perfect for anyone who needs some early morning support before work.

7:00 AM
Issaquah Breakfast
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.

12:00 Noon
Joy of Living
IHOP
1433 Northwest Sammamish Road
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
The meeting takes place in the banquet room at the restaurant.

2:00 PM
Afternooners
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Afternoon meetings are great resources for alcoholics who need some midday support.

7:30 PM
Enough is Enough
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited.

Thursday

6:30 AM
Morning Buzz
Lakeside-Milam
300 Northeast Gilman Boulevard
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Perfect for anyone who needs some early morning support before work.

7:00 AM
Issaquah Breakfast
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.

4:00 PM
Joy of Living
IHOP
1433 Northwest Sammamish Road
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
The meeting takes place in the banquet room at the restaurant.

7:30 PM
Issaquah Women’s Meeting
Issaquah Fish Hatchery
125 West Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is a closed women’s meeting. Only women committed to sobriety are invited.

8:00 PM
Tiger Mountain Stag Men’s Meeting
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is a closed men’s meeting. It’s only open to committed members of the AA community.

Friday

6:30 AM
Morning Buzz
Lakeside-Milam
300 Northeast Gilman Boulevard
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Perfect for anyone who needs some early morning support before work.

7:00 AM
Issaquah Breakfast
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.

12:00 Noon
Joy of Living Lunch
IHOP
1433 Northwest Sammamish Road
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
The meeting takes place in the banquet room at the restaurant.

7:30 PM
Friday Night Firehouse Meeting
Issaquah Highlands Fire Station
1289 Northeast Park Drive
Issaquah, WA 98029
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited.
Friday nights are tough for some alcoholics. If you need some support on the weekends, this could be a great resource.

9:30 PM
Essentials Group
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open candlelight meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
Late-night meetings are perfect for alcoholics who need extra support after dark.

Saturday

7:00 AM
Issaquah Breakfast
Issaquah Community Hall
180 East Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

7:30 AM
Recovery Through Honesty
Lakeside-Milam Building
300 Northeast Gilman Boulevard
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open meeting. Perfect for anyone who needs some early morning support before work.
The meeting happens in Room #200.

8:30 AM
Women’s Saturday Steps
Eastside Congregational
15318 Southeast Newport Way
Bellevue, WA 98006
This is a closed women’s meeting. Only women committed to sobriety are invited. Members discuss the 12 Steps and talk about their progress.

12:30 PM
Eastside Nooners
Alano Club of the Eastside
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone’s invited.

5:30 PM
Living Sober
Alano Club of the Eastside
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
This is an open meeting. Anyone who wants to get sober is welcome.

8:30 PM
AA Speaker Meeting East
Bellevue Christian Reformed
1221 148th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, WA 98007
This is an open speaker meeting. Members are invited to take the mic and share their story. Occasionally, guest speakers are invited to sessions.

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 Issaquah area, please check out the Western Washington Area 72 AA website.

Narcotics Anonymous: An Addiction Resource in Issaquah

In 2016, King County saw more drug-related deaths than ever before. According to the University of Washington, 348 residents died of drug overdoses.

Their report breaks down as follows:

  • Heroin was the top killer. An average of four people called the Recovery Helpline to report a heroin overdose every day. 287 out of the 348 died of a heroin overdose.
  • Some of the people who overdosed on heroin showed high levels of fentanyl and other prescription medications in their system.
  • 38 people died solely from overdosing on prescription opioids like fentanyl and oxycodone.
  • Methamphetamine deaths are down from previous years. However, the drug is still prevalent in Issaquah and other Washington communities. Roughly 1,094 people reported to the emergency room for meth-related problems.
  • Crystal meth is the third-most popular drug in Washington state. It’s listed below alcohol and marijuana.

In looking at these statistics, it’s clear that King County has a big problem on its hands. After all, overdose is only one of the side effects of drug addiction. It can also cause long-term health consequences, family problems, and a number of other issues.

Fortunately, Narcotics Anonymous is doing their part to help Issaquah residents overcome their drug habits.

Narcotics Anonymous, or NA, is an organization designed to help drug addicts get clean. The group runs daily meetings in towns and cities all over America.

At these meetings, addicts convene to share their experiences with drugs. They talk about how addiction has impacted their lives and what they’re doing to change.

Like Alcoholics Anonymous, this program is based around a system called the “Twelve Steps”. These steps were created to help addicts confront their addiction and the effects that it had on their life. Throughout the steps, addicts work toward forgiving themselves, asking for forgiveness, and becoming better people.

Each member goes through the Steps at their own pace. If an addict happens to relapse at some point, they’re invited to come back whenever they’re ready to get sober.

NA is one of the most valuable resources available to addicts today. Many people credit the Program for helping them to turn their lives around.

Is your drug habit spiraling out of control? Could you benefit from Narcotics Anonymous? Take one of our free online assessments to find out:

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

Looking for a meeting in your area? We can assist you. Here’s a list of meetings that might be helpful.

Important note: You’ll notice that certain meetings are marked as closed. These meetings are only open to people who’ve been in NA for some time. This enables the group to conduct smaller, more intimate meetings. If you’d like to participate in one of the sessions, you should go to a few open meetings first.

Sunday

10:00 AM
Cherry Fellowship Meeting
Cherry Fellowship Hall
2701 East Cherry Street
Seattle, WA 98122
This is an open NA meeting. It could be a good meeting for people who need support on Sunday mornings.

10:30 AM
Spiritual Breakfast
Eastside Alano Club
12301 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
This is an open discussion meeting. Everyone is invited. Some sessions are based around the Big Book.

7:00 PM
Eastshore Narcotics Anonymous
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Annex Building
4315 129th Place Southeast
Bellevue, WA 98006
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome. Wheelchair access available.
The meeting takes place in the building behind the Church.

7:00 PM
Road Less Traveled
IHOP
1433 Northwest Sammamish Road
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open discussion meeting. Wheelchair access available.
The meeting takes place in the banquet room at the restaurant.

Monday

7:00 PM
No Matter What
Bothell United Methodist Church
18515 92nd Avenue Northeast
Bothell, WA 98011
This is an open, literature-study meeting. All sessions are centered around the Big Book and other sobriety books.

7:30 PM
First United Methodist Group
First United Methodist Church
1934 108th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, WA 98004
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome.

7:30 PM
FYF
Kirkland Congregational Church
Room 22
106 5th Avenue
Kirkland, WA 98033
This is an open literature-study meeting. Everyone is welcome. All sessions are centered around the Big Book and other sobriety books.

Tuesday

7:30 PM
Recovery in Progress
Faith Lutheran Church
9041 166th Avenue Northeast
Redmond, WA 98052
This is an open step-study meeting. Members gather to discuss their progress in the 12 Steps.
The meeting takes place in the lower level of the Church.

7:30 PM
Recipe for Recovery
Kirkland Congregational Church
Room 22
106 5th Avenue
Kirkland, WA 98033
This is an open literature-study meeting. Members convene to discuss the Big Book and other sobriety books.

7:30 PM
Recovery To-Go
The Depot
26225 Northeast Stephens Street
Duvall, WA 98019
This is an open NA meeting. Anyone who wants to get clean is welcome.

Wednesday

6:30 PM
Kent NA Group
Kent Lutheran Church
336 2nd Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032
This is an open discussion meeting. Members gather to share stories and talk about their experiences. Everyone is welcome to attend.

7:00 PM
Recovery in Carnation
Tolt Congregational Church
4851 Tolt Avenue
Carnation, WA 98014
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited.

7:30 PM
S.O.S
Kirkland Congregational Church
Room 22
106 5th Avenue
Kirkland, WA 98033
This is an open candlelight meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Thursday

7:00 AM
Open Meditation Meeting
All Pilgrims Meeting
500 Broadway Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102
This is an open meeting. Members gather on Thursday mornings to meditate. For man sober folks, this is the best way to prepare for the weekend.

7:30 PM
On Flyah IV Recovery
Life Community Church
232 5th Avenue South
Kirkland, WA 98033
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

10:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Capitol Hill Alano Club
1900 East Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98122
This is an open NA meeting. Recovering drug addicts come together to discuss their experiences and offer advice.

Friday

6:00 PM
Three Rivers
Hope Hall
8305 Meadowbrook Way Southeast
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited.

8:00 PM
Take It or Leave It
Lake Washington United Methodist Church
7525 132nd Avenue Northeast
Kirkland, WA 98033
This is an open discussion meeting. Any man or woman who is committed to sobriety may join.

8:00 PM
Friday Night Step Study
Overlake Park Presbyterian Church
1836 156th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, WA 98008
This is an open, step-study meeting. Members gather to discuss their progress in the 12 Steps and help one another through the process.

Saturday

3:30 PM
Saturday Discussion Meeting
IHOP Restaurant
610 Rainier Avenue South
Renton, WA 98057
This is an open meeting. It’s held in the banquet room of the restaurant. Anyone who needs some extra support on Saturdays could benefit from it.

7:30 PM
Speakers on Saturday
Kirkland Congregational Church
Room 22
106 5th Avenue
Kirkland, WA 98033
This is an open candlelight meeting. Saturday nights can be difficult for recovered addicts. So, this is a great place to find some support.
It takes place in Room 23 of the Church.

10:00 PM
Saturday Serenity
Serenity Hall
12536 Renton Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98178
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome.

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 Narcotics Anonymous meetings in the Issaquah area, please check out the Seattle Area NA website.

Al-Anon: Supporting the Families of Addicts in King County

It’s easy to forget that drug addiction affects everyone. It impacts people other than just the addict themselves. The parents, children, partners, siblings, and other loved ones all feel its effects.

Oftentimes, these individuals feel overwhelmed by their loved one’s addiction. They often feel shame and guilt as a result of the situation. Over time, this can take a deep, lasting toll on their mental health.

Al-Anon is an organization that believes no one should have to go through the situation alone. They hold regular support meetings for the family members of addicts. In these meetings, the group gathers to talk about their lives and connect on shared experiences.

Al-Anon members come from all different backgrounds. People of all different ages, races, religions, and economic classes belong to the group.

Some currently live with an addict, others have distanced themselves from the addict, and some have even lost family members to addiction. The group is unified by a desire to free themselves from the negative emotions that addiction generates.

“I didn’t cause it. I can’t control it. I can’t cure it.” - The Three C’s of Al-Anon

Seeking an Al-Anon meeting in your area? Here are some that might work for you.

Sunday

12:00 Noon
Sunday Nooners AFG
Alano Club of the Eastside
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

Monday

12:00 Noon
Monday Nooners AFG
Bellevue Lake Hills AFG
2650 148th Avenue Southeast
Bellevue, WA 98007
This is an open Al-Anon meeting for beginners. First-timers are welcome. Wheelchair access.

7:30 PM
Coal Creek South Bellevue AFG
Newport Covenant Church
12800 Coal Creek Parkway Southeast
Bellevue, WA 98006
This is an open meeting. The meeting happens on the first floor of the Church.

Tuesday

7:00 PM
New Hope AFG
Unity Church of Bellevue
16330 Northeast 4th Street
Bellevue, WA 98008
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

Wednesday

8:00 PM
Newport Study AFG
St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church
4228 Factoria Boulevard Southeast
Bellevue, WA 98006
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Everyone is welcome. It’s held in a wheelchair accessible building.

Thursday

10:00 AM
Issaquah Day AFG
Our Savior Lutheran Church
745 Front Street South
Issaquah, WA 98027
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. It’s open to anyone whose life is affected by another person’s addiction.

7:30 PM
Eastside Parents AFG
Faith Church
3924 Issaquah-Pine Lake Road Southeast
Issaquah, WA 98029
This is an open meeting for parents. It’s designed for people with alcoholic children.

Friday

12:00 Noon
Friday Nooners AFG
St. Andrews Lutheran Church
2650 148th Avenue Southeast
Bellevue, WA 98007
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Saturday

10:30 AM
Search for Serenity AFG
Alano Club of the Eastside
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
This is an open meeting for beginners. If you’re looking to join the Al-Anon community, this could be a great meeting for you.

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 Issaquah area, please check out the Washington Area Al-Anon website.

Emergency Room in Issaquah, WA

4% of all overdoses are caused by alcohol poisoning. If you or someone else overdose on alcohol, it’s important to get help.

The King County Department of Public Health Overdose Death Report shows that alcohol is responsible for 4% of all overdose deaths in the area. Therefore, it’s important that anyone who experiences alcohol poisoning seeks treatment. When left untreated, alcohol poisoning can result in all kinds of negative consequences.

Obviously, overdose victims need treatment, as well. If your someone overdoses on alcohol or any other drug, it’s crucial to get to the ER as quickly as possible.

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Northpoint Washington: Battling Addiction in The Evergreen State

It’s sad to see so many of our fellow Washingtonians struggle with addiction. But, we’re committed to helping people overcome their habits. That’s why it’s so important to us to connect people with resources like AA and NA.

But, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are just some of the resources available to addicts. There are plenty of other programs designed to help people in their battles with addiction.

The detox and rehab programs at Northpoint, for example, have helped hundreds of people through their struggles. If you’re currently trying to move beyond addiction, we may be able to help. Give us a call if you’re ready to go forward toward a happier, healthier life.
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