Moses Lake, Washington Addiction Resource Guide

As the largest city in Grant County, it comes as no surprise that Moses Lake has its share of drug and alcohol addiction.

Opiates in specific are on the rise in popularity, fueled in large part to doctors over prescribing prescription painkillers. Many people consider prescription opiates to be more acceptable than hard drugs like heroin, which has opened up the possibility of abuse to much more of the general population.

If you or someone you care about is caught in an addiction of either drugs or alcohol, you may have questions you need answered. You may be looking for a good rehab to take that first step away from addiction. You may have achieved this important victory, and need to find ongoing support on the outside.

Our addiction resource guide has the answers to these questions, and many more. Helping recovering addicts and alcoholics is our primary goal, a path many of our staff have traveled personally. The information contained in this guide is designed to help make the transition from addiction to sobriety as smooth as possible.

Our Addiction Treatment Facility

Northpoint Recovery is located approximately 213 miles away from Moses Lake in the city of Edmonds. Our 22-bed facility is state of the art, in both facilities and the type of program we offer. Each treatment plan is individualized, so that each patient's unique needs are met. The resulting atmosphere makes it a lot easier for both alcoholics and drug addicts to discover the road to peace.

Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Moses Lake, Washington

One of the most helpful ways to keep sobriety going is the ability to interact with other people who are going through the same thing. While those closest to you are definitely not to be underappreciated, having a group of people to meet with who have felt what you felt is virtually indispensable. This camaraderie needs to be cultivated even after you return home from rehab or detox. 

The best sources for this kind of support are the different kinds of support groups and recovery meetings found in most areas. Most of these have faith at their core, usually in the form of a 12-step program. The focus in these is to consign different areas of life to a higher power. The setting of these meetings provides an atmosphere that is extremely comfortable and relaxed. There are even meetings like this that are designed specifically for those who have friends or loved ones who are alcoholics or drug addicts.

The most helpful resource when it comes to beating alcoholism is undoubtedly Alcoholics Anonymous. For over seven decades, AA has provided meetings around the world that are a shining beacon to anyone struggling to put down the bottle permanently. AA was the first of all 12-step programs, and as a result has been able to fine tune their program to near perfection throughout the years. 

There are numerous AA meetings located in Moses Lake, with several on each day of the week. No matter your schedule, there is likely a time that fits your schedule perfectly.

Monday

Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Living Sober Moses Lake
Location: 724 W. Third, Moses Lake

Tuesday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Serenity Group
Location: NBCC 318 W Northshore Dr

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Rule 62
Location: United Methodist Church 746 S Ironwood Dr

Thursday

Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: 12x12 Step Study
Location: 724 W. Third, Moses Lake

Friday

Time: 8:30 PM
Group name: Late, Not Too Late
Location: 724 W. Third, Moses Lake

Another tried and true, 12-step program is Narcotics Anonymous, and is designed to provide the same type of assistance to drug addicts. Regardless of the substance they are addicted to, addicts can come to a place free of judgment, which provides the optimum setting for people to learn and open up themselves. No matter how long you have attended NA meetings, there is always something new to learn each time you go. 

There are a variety of NA meetings held in Moses Lake on most days of the week.

Sunday

Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Nazarene Church 422 South Balsam Street
3.53 miles

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: United Methodist Church 746 South Ironwood Drive
3.85 miles

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Lutheran Church 1020 South A Street
3.94 miles

Friday

Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Nazarene Church 422 South Balsam Street
3.53 miles

Feelings of anger and frustration are common emotions that many loved ones of alcoholics feel. It is easy to feel lost, and have no idea how best you can help your addicted friend or family member. The ability to let those feelings out, and receive feedback from others in the same situation, can ensure that these feelings do not become overwhelming. 

Al-Anon provides this environment, and has helped many spouses, siblings, friends, and parents to find peace in their difficult situation. As with AA, this comes in the form of a targeted 12-step program. 

While there are not many Al-Anon meetings held in Moses Lake, there still are a few to choose from.

Sunday

Time: 5:00 PM
Group name: Sunday AFG
Location: Alano Club 724 W 3rd Ave

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Solutions Of Serenity AFG
Location: Immanuel Lutheran Church 1020 S A St

Tuesday

Time: 10:00 AM
Group name: Tuesday Morning AFG
Location: Immanuel Lutheran Church 1020 S A St

Another 12-step program for friends and family members of someone with an addiction is Nar Anon. This program is geared towards the trials that come with loving a drug addict, something that can be very different from an alcoholic. All participants are given the chance to open up about their own experiences, or just sit and listen to everyone else's stories. 

A little bit of a drive is necessary to find a Nar Anon meeting from Moses Lake.

Sunday

Time: 12:00 PM
Group name: We Care
Location: Perrie House 327 Edmonds St. Omak
85.4 miles away

Thursday

Time: 5:30 PM
Group name: Just For Today
Location: 1515 W 1st Ave. Spokane
92.4 miles away

Saturday

Time: 10:00 AM
Group name: Saturday Survivors
Location: 323 Edmonds Street Omak
85.4 miles away

Rather than attend Al-Anon meetings with the adults, there is a separate entity for teens and young adults named Alateen. It can be difficult to get kids to open up about having a friend or loved one who is an alcoholic, especially in front of adults. Since Alateen meetings are made up solely of other kids, it is much easier for them to find the courage and comfort level needed to hold nothing back. 

To find the closest Alateen meetings to Moses Lake, a trip out to Bellevue or Darrington is in order.

Thursday

Time: 9:00 AM
Group name: Hope Through Alateen
Location: Darrington High School 1085 Fir St Darrington
130.6 miles away

Thursday

Time: 2:00 PM
Group name: Darrington 12 Steppers Alateen
Location: Darrington High School 1085 Fir St Darrington
130.6 miles away

Thursday

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

SMART, which stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training, is different from all other meetings listed here. This newer program provides assistance based on tried-and-true scientific tools that are extremely helpful in curbing all types of addictive behaviors. SMART is also available online, if you are unable to travel to a meeting.

There are no SMART meetings held directly in Moses Lake. The closest require a trip of a few hours to either Richland or Coeur d Alene.

Sunday

Time: 3:00 PM
Location: 500 Amon Park Dr. , Richland
83.3 miles

Wednesday

Time: 6:00 PM
Location: 500 Amon Park Dr. , Richland
83.3 miles

Wednesday

Time: 5:30 PM
Location: St Luke's Episcopal Church 501 E Wallace Ave., Coeur d Alene
140 miles

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