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
But the horror of the disease is lessened by the availability of resources aimed at helping addicts recover. If you’re an addict or alcoholic living near Stevens and ready to recover, read on to learn more about:
For most addicts or alcoholics, a successful recovery starts with professional detox. This is followed by participation in a professional rehab program.
Detox is an important step in recovery. The detox process removes all of the drugs or alcohol from the patient’s body. It teaches the body to function without the substance. This treats physical dependence. Detox manages, eases, or lessens the withdrawal process. A complete detox addresses the physical side of addiction.
Rehab, on the other hand, addresses the psychological side of addiction. There are two main types of rehab programs: inpatient and outpatient. Both rehab options are similar, but have different aspects that make them better suited to different individuals. Different people will find greater success with different treatment paths.
Inpatient rehab is exactly what most people think of when they hear the word rehab. Patients undergoing inpatient treatment live within the treatment facility during recovery. Patients are supervised 24/7 by trained medical professionals. They usually have limited contact with anyone outside of the facility but are encouraged to engage in activities with other patients.
During their time at the facility they will likely take part in many different kinds of therapy to identify and treat the root of their addiction. They will attend group and individual activities and therapy. They’ll probably learn many different ways to fill their time and thoughts with a full schedule of activities. They’ll be encouraged to engage in activities to better their physical health. These could include hydrating consistently, eating nutritious foods regularly, and exercising.
Inpatient treatment is shown to be the most effective addiction treatment method. This means that of all of those who complete an addiction or alcoholism treatment program, those who have completed inpatient rehab are least likely to relapse.
Even knowing that inpatient treatment is usually most successful, though, it’s important to keep in mind that the addiction and recovery of each person is unique. What works for some will not work for others, and vice versa.
Outpatient treatment is pretty similar to inpatient treatment. Almost all aspects of the treatment itself are the same. However, the patient continues to live away from the treatment facility. Treatment is administered when the patient comes to the facility at a scheduled time for therapy or another activity.
Outpatient treatment is usually cheaper than inpatient treatment because it doesn’t include living costs. However, it also doesn’t provide the supervision that seems to make inpatient treatment so successful.
Outpatient rehab can be the ideal solution for those with other lasting commitments, such as work or school. It can also be a good choice for those who have a strong support system to keep them accountable outside of treatment or those who don’t have as much money to spend on treatment.
Unfortunately, rehab isn’t the end of addiction recovery. Recovering addicts must commit to recovery one day at a time, for the rest of their lives. For many, this process is long and difficult. But it is always worth it.
Something that helps many such recovering addicts stick to sobriety is participation in a support group. These groups bring recovering addicts and alcoholics together to share their experiences and hold each other accountable. Participants learn coping mechanisms and how to make amends for past behavior. Along the way, they are surrounded by a group of people who know what they’re going through and can speak from experience to the challenges of recovery..
There are several support groups for addicts and alcoholics near Stevens in Seattle. They include: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and SMART Recovery.
Groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous pair participants with a member who is further along with recovery, called a sponsor. Sponsors work alongside newer participants through the 12 steps to recovery and check in with them regularly. SMART Recovery groups instead follow a Four Point program. All of the groups have the same goal: recovery.
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in the Stevens area include:
Practice These Principles
Monday-Saturday at 7:00 AM
Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
2116 E Union St
By the Grace of God
Tuesdays at 7:30 PM
St. Joseph Parish
732 18th Ave E
Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
Fred Lind Manor
1802 17th Ave
Narcotics Anonymous meetings close to the Stevens area include:
Sundays at 12:00 noon
115 15th Avenue East, Suite 201
Seattle, WA 98112
Fridays at 2:00 PM
1820 East Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Mondays at 7:00 PM
Central Lutheran Church
1710 11th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
SMART Recovery meetings close to the Stevens area include:
Thursdays at 6:00 PM
Seattle Public Library - Capitol Hill Branch
425 Harvard Ave. E.
Seattle, WA 98102
Mondays at 6:00 PM
Sacred Heart Church
205 2nd Ave. North
Seattle, Washington, 98109
Addiction is a communal disease, and it doesn’t only affect the addict themself. It affects everyone around them. More often than not, this effect is negative and destructive. And those closest to the addict are likely to be hit hardest.
Because of this, there are also support groups available for the loved ones of drug addicts and alcoholics. These groups allow these people to come together, share experiences and tips, learn more about what their friends and family members are going through, learn important coping mechanisms, and learn skills to help stop them from enabling the addict in their life. They help strengthen those who feel defeated from watching a loved one do such harmful things.
Alateen caters specifically to the older children and teens who find themselves close to alcoholics. The group works a lot like the other groups, but with an added emphasis on breaking generational cycles of addiction. This can prevent the young participants from ending up as addicts themselves.
Al Anon meetings near the Stevens neighborhood include:
Friday Night LGBT AFG
Fridays at 8:00 PM
Seattle Area Support Group Building
115 15th Ave E Ste 201
Seattle, WA, 98112
Opening Our Hearts AFG
Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Unity On Union Books
2420 E Union St
Seattle, WA, 98122
Capitol Hill AFG
Monday 12:00 PM
St Marks Cathedral
1245 10th Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98102
Nar Anon meetings near the Stevens neighborhood include:
Ballard Nar Anon
Thursdays at 7:00 PM
St. Paul's Church
6512 12th Ave. NW
Seattle, Washington 98117
The closest Alateen meeting to the Stevens area is:
Courage To Be Me Alateen
Wednesday 8:00 PM
Queen Anne Lutheran Church
2400 8th Ave W
Seattle, WA, 98119
If you’ve decided that inpatient care is your next step, consider choosing Northpoint Washington.
Northpoint Washington is a modern, high-quality inpatient addiction treatment facility. With fresh, catered food, a variety of group and individual activities, and 24/7 nursing care, Northpoint Washington hopes to set you up for lasting success in recovery.
For more information, check out our drug detox and rehab info page, alcohol detox and rehab info page, or more information about the costs and benefits of treatment for drug addiction or alcoholism treatment here at Northpoint Washington.
If you want to recover, we want to help. Contact us today.
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