Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Resource Guide for the Montesano, Washington Area

The Montesano, WA area offers several drug and alcohol addiction recovery resources to help those with substance abuse problems. Some people may be eager to enter into a treatment program that offers detox and rehab. Others will not, and they will need to consider alternate forms of support. 

Both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous can be very helpful for someone with an addiction. Families can also get help and support through Al-Anon and Alateen

So many people are not aware of the type of help that is available to them. Though we are not affiliated with these programs, we felt they should be included in our guide to the addiction recovery resources in the Montesano area.

Alcoholics Anonymous Information

Alcoholics Anonymous has been helping people recover from alcoholism for close to a century. They offer weekly, scheduled support group meetings that are based on the 12-Step program of recovery. There is no charge for attending AA meetings, and no charge for being a member.

The Montesano area offers a few AA meetings each week.

Sunday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: MONTESANO BIG BOOK STUDY
Location: St. Mark's Episcopal 124 North Sylvia Street

Thursday

Time: 12:00 PM
Group name: MONTESANO NOON GROUP
Location: St. Mark's Episcopal 124 North Sylvia Street

Narcotics Anonymous

Like AA, Narcotics Anonymous has also been around for a very long time. It started in 1955 as a way for drug addicts to get peer support for recovering from their addictions. They also focus on the 12-Steps, but there are a few variations to what AA teaches.

There are a few NA meetings that take place in the Montesano area every week.

Struggling Families and Loved Ones Can Find Help and Support

Al-Anon and Alateen meetings can be so helpful for loved ones who are having a hard time coping because of a family member’s addiction. They provide a safe place for people to come and confide in a group of their peers. Members can also learn more about addiction and how it has affected their loved one as well.

There are regularly scheduled meetings that take place in the Montesano area each week.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Get a Life AFG
Location: East Campus Community Hospital 1006 N H St, Aberdeen

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Get a Life AFG
Location: East Campus Community Hospital 1006 N H St, Aberdeen

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: West Seattle Alateen
Location: 3940 41st Ave SW Seattle
65.5 miles away

Tuesday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Tuesday Night Survivors Alateen
Location: 1001 Princeton Street Fircrest
51.4 miles away

Our Closest Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program

Northpoint Washington, which is located in Edmonds, is our closest addiction treatment facility to the Montesano area. It is located just two hours away by car, which makes it a very convenient choice for someone in need of treatment.

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We offer an excellent drug and alcohol treatment program that covers all aspects of addiction recovery.

When a person is battling alcoholism, the road ahead can seem very uncertain. Many people think that they can just stop drinking and everything will soon go back to normal. Unfortunately, that is not the way that recovery works. Most people will find that in order to heal, they need both alcohol detox and rehab.

The alcohol detoxification process helps people get through withdrawal symptoms. It can reduce their risk of experiencing delirium tremens, which is a condition that can be fatal if no treatment is sought. The patient should be in a high quality, inpatient detox program for their own safety.

After detoxing, the next step is to go to rehab. This is where the patient will work on the mental part of the addiction. They will learn why they started drinking in the first place and take the appropriate steps to recover.

Drug addiction recovery is very similar. Many people will need to go through detox prior to starting rehab. Medical detox can be utilized to help with withdrawal symptoms for many different types of addictions. For instance, someone who is addicted to opioids, stimulants or benzodiazepines will want to consider this option. It can help them to avoid potential complications and give them a better chance for success overall.

Afterwards, going to rehab is vital. Again, this is where they will work on the mental part of the addiction. Many people suffer from co-occurring disorders, which need to be treated in order for recovery to be successful.

During drug rehab, patients are able to meet regularly with their therapist. They will also have plenty of time for group therapy sessions as well. Both are key components in the healing process.

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Find More Information on the Addiction Recovery Resources in the Montesano Area

It is not easy to recover from an addiction to drugs and alcohol. But thankfully, no one has to take on this challenge alone. There are so many ways to get help and find resources in the Montesano area.

Do you have questions about treatment options or support groups? Please contact us right away.

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