Our Washington Location
Our inpatient facility is located in Washington, and will serve Washington state. It will provide a safe & therapeutic environment for both our staff and patients.
7416 212th St SW,
Edmonds, WA 98026
Eastlake, Washington is a very small neighborhood in Seattle. Its name comes from the fact that its main street is Eastlake Avenue and from the fact that it is situated on the eastern shore of Lake Union. Despite being a small neighborhood, the community here is very organized and active. Many residents in this area attend the University of Washington, as there are many bus routes that go straight there.
This city is close to the water and to many major cities. This means that it’s easy for drugs and alcohol to find its way to Eastlake.
Much like with the rest of Seattle, Eastlake has a drug and alcohol abuse problem that can only be corrected with proactive action from the community. Those who struggle with an addiction should look for Eastlake addiction resources that can help them overcome an addiction and lead a healthy lifestyle once again.
Taking the time to fully understand the amenities and features that each drug and alcohol treatment center is very important. There are many questions that addicts should ask before they make their decision. The difference between a good and bad rehab facility could completely transform their lives.
One of the main things that substance abusers should consider is the level of care that they need. The amount of attention and supervision that they get may depend on the severity of their addiction and what their insurance plan covers. There are two main levels of care:
There is one primary rehab center in Eastlake, Washington. This drug and alcohol treatment center offers multi-tiered, comprehensive treatment programs, from inpatient treatment to outpatient treatment. It also offers medical detox and more.
Completing an addiction treatment program is the first step that an addict should take to get sober. To maintain that sobriety, recovering addicts need to find peer support from the community. The easiest and simplest way of doing so is to go to support groups at least once a week. These support groups give them a place to talk about their issues and open up. They’ll help them feel less alone.
There are faith-based and science-based recovery meetings. Take a look at some of the options below to see what’s available.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings have a lot of history. They were founded in 1935, and have effectively helped millions of alcoholics around the world stay sober. These meetings are free to attend. Members only need to have one thing: a desire to stop drinking. AA meetings are faith-based. They are one of the first 12-step programs to emerge.
When choosing an AA meeting in Eastlake, look at the meeting details to figure out whether it’s an open or closed meeting. Check out some of the AA meeting times and locations in Eastlake below.
Time: Sunday @ 5:00 PM
Group name: K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Sweetie)
Location: 1520 Bellevue Ave #100
Seattle First Baptist
Time: Wednesday @ 12:00 PM
Group name: Wings
Location: 1111 Harvard Ave
All Pilgrims Church
Time: Friday @ 7:30 PM
Group name: Pilgrims On Broadway
Location: 500 Broadway E
In most cases, recovering drug addicts will attend Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings rather than AA meetings. These meetings emerged shortly after AA meetings were created. The founders noticed that AA meetings were a smashing success, and wanted to create something that was similar for recovering drug abusers. NA meetings follow the same structures, principles and steps.
There are quite a few NA meetings in Seattle. Check below to find some of the closest meetings to Eastlake.
Central Lutheran Church
Time: Monday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: NA Regulars
Location: 1710 11th Ave., Seattle
Time: Tuesday @ 12:00 PM
Group name: It’s Your Day
Location: 115 15th Ave E., Seattle
Time: Friday @ 6:00 PM
Group name: Generation Rx
Location: 2022 Boren Ave., Seattle
Many people forget that the loved ones of alcoholics need quite a lot of support as well. They’ve been dragged into a situation that’s beyond their control. Also, they may not necessarily be able to make any difference or change. Loved ones also need to come to terms with the alcoholism and also learn how to not let it affect their lives. To do so, they need support and help from Al-Anon meetings.
These meetings help the loved ones of alcoholics lead a full and healthy life despite the alcoholic’s actions and decisions. Check below to find the one Al-Anon meeting in Eastlake.
St. Mark’s Cathedral
Time: Monday @ 12:00 PM
Group name: Capitol Hill AFG
Location: 1245 10th Ave E, Seattle
Loved ones of drug abusers also need the same amount of support. They may not find Al-Anon to be as effective, as they may have different concerns. Nar Anon meetings are designed for loved ones of drug addicts. These meetings help loved ones learn how to live a happy and healthy life. They help loved ones learn not to get dragged into the addiction.
There are several Nar Anon meetings close to Eastlake. Check below for the meeting times and locations.
St. Paul’s Church
Time: Thursday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Ballard Nar-Anon
Location: 6512 12th Ave W., Seattle
Luther Memorial Lutheran Church
Time: Wednesday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Hope Lives Here
Location: 13047 Greenwood Ave N., Seattle
Teenagers are a special demographic. They may face specific issues that other people won’t. Many teenagers have a difficult home life is they are living with someone who is an addict. These teens can get the support that they need from Alateen meetings. Alateen meetings are like Al-Anon meetings, but for those between the ages of 13 and 18.
There are quite a few Alateen meetings in Seattle. Check below to find the ones that are closest to Eastlake.
Time: Wednesday @ 8:00 PM
Group name: Courage To Be Me Alateen
Location: 2400 8th Ave W., Seattle
Time: Monday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: West Seattle Alateen
Location: 3940 41st Ave SW., Seattle
So far, we’ve explored most of the 12-step programs out there. These programs may not necessarily be effective for all substance abusers. Many may find that they may want to try something different. Self-management and Recovery Training (SMART) meetings follow a 4-point program. They help control and manage all types of addictive behaviors through several different recovery tools and strategies.
Check below to find the SMART recovery meetings in Seattle that are closest to Eastlake.
Seattle Public Library
Time: Thursday @ 6:00 PM
Location: 425 Harvard Ave E., Seattle
Sacred Heart Church
Time: Monday @ 6:00 PM
Location: 2nd Ave N. & Thomas
Good Shepherd Center
Time: Thursday @ 12:00 PM
Location: 4649 Sunnyside Ave N. Seattle
Many addicts often feel that they’re alone and that there’s nobody out there that can help them. That’s far from the truth. There’s help for you everywhere in Seattle. All you need to do is know where to look. If you are lost, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Northpoint Washington. We can help you look at the various options that are available to you and guide you in the right direction.
Northpoint Washington is an inpatient treatment facility that offers both drug rehab and alcohol rehab. We have the scientific knowledge needed to help you beat an addiction. We personalize each treatment plan to the needs of each client. Furthermore, our addiction experts can relate to patients, as many of them are recovering addicts as well.
Check out our 28-day drug and alcohol detox and rehab program. It may be the kickstart to your road to recovery.
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