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

King County has one of the worst addiction problems in all of Washington state. We need to connect local addicts with resources that can support them.

At first glance, it appears that Bellevue might be the perfect American city.

After all, the city’s residents get the best of everything. They enjoy Seattle’s world-class amenities. They live close to Lake Washington. And, they have access to an expanse of beautiful, natural land to the east.

But, Bellevue lives right in the heart of Washington’s ongoing drug crisis.

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According to reports from the Seattle & King County Public Health Department, the region lost nearly 400 residents to drug overdoses in 2017. Nearly 300 died from opioid overdoses and the rest died from cocaine, methamphetamine, or alcohol poisoning.

So, Bellevue may not be the perfect small city it appears to be.

However, there are plenty of resources that can help us change that.

It’s our goal to help local residents get the support they need. That’s why we’ve outlined this guide to addiction resources in the area.

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Narcotics Anonymous: Recovery Support for Addicts

Heroin, fentanyl, and other prescription opioids are the leading killers in Washington state. In 2015 alone, opioids killed nearly 700 residents.

And, as we pointed out above, crystal meth is also an issue. In 2017, more than 300 WA residents overdosed on the drug.

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Across all fronts, the state has a problem.

Luckily, help is available…

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a 12-step program that helps addicts overcome their drug habits. The organization holds regular meetings in which addicts gather to offer each other support.

Learn more about the 12 Steps here

In these meetings, addicts share their stories and offer advice to each other. They celebrate the achievements of people who’ve been sober for a long time and encourage newly sober people to keep going.

Although it doesn’t work for everyone, many people find that NA is a valuable resource for them.

There are dozens of meetings in King County. We’ve drawn up a list below to help you get started.

Sunday

10:30 AM
Spiritual Breakfast
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. All are welcome. Grab a cup of coffee and join the group for a recovery discussion.

7:00 PM
East Shore NA
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
4315 129th Place Southeast
Bellevue, Washington 98006
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is invited. The Church is wheelchair accessible.

Monday

7:00 PM
No Matter What
Bothell United Methodist Church
18515 92nd Avenue Northeast
Bothell, Washington 98011
This is an open Big Book study session. Members gather to discuss the Book and how it relates to their recovery journey.

7:30 PM
FYF
Kirkland Congregational Church
Room 22
106 5th Avenue
Kirkland, Washington 98033
This is an open meeting. All are welcome.
The group meets in Room #22.

Tuesday

7:30 PM
Recovery in Progress
Faith Lutheran Church
9041 166th Avenue Northeast
Redmond, Washington 98052
This is an open step-study meeting. Members convene to discuss the steps and update the group on their recovery progress.
All are welcome.

7:30 PM
Recipe for Recovery
Kirkland Congregational Church
106 5th Avenue
Kirkland, Washington 98033
This is an open literature-study meeting. Members gather to discuss the Big Book and other sobriety texts. All are welcome.
The group meets in Room #23 at the Church.

7:30 PM
Recovery to Go
The Depot
26225 Northeast Stephens Street
Duvall, Washington 98019
This is an open NA meeting. All are welcome.

Wednesday

7:30 PM
S.O.S
Kirkland Congregational Church
106 5th Avenue
Kirkland, Washington 98033
This is an open candlelight meeting. Members convene in a serene environment to meditate on the topic of sobriety.
Everyone is welcome. The group meets in Room #23.

Thursday

7:30 PM
On Fiyah IV Recovery
Life Community Church
232 5th Avenue South
Kirkland, Washington 98033
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone’s invited. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

Friday

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

8:00 PM
Take It or Leave It
Lake Washington United Methodist
7525 132nd Avenue Northeast
Kirkland, Washington 98033
This meeting is open to all. If you’re looking for some recovery support on Friday evenings, this could be a great group for you.

8:00 PM
Friday Night Step Study
Overlake Park Presbyterian Church
1836 156th Ave Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98008
This is an open step-study group. Members gather to discuss the Twelve Steps and to update the group on their progress.
Everyone is invited. The Church is handicap accessible.

Saturday

7:30 PM
Speakers on Saturday
Kirkland Congregational Church
106 5th Avenue
Kirkland, Washington 98033
This is an open candlelight meeting. Members meet by candlelight to meditate on the topic of sobriety.
If you’re looking for a serene environment where you can find support, this could be the perfect place.

*Evergreen Drug Rehab is not affiliated with any of the groups listed above. We are not accountable for an individual’s experience at any of these meetings.

Occasionally, a group may relocate or reschedule. For the most up-to-date list of meetings in the area, head over to the official Seattle Area Narcotics Anonymous website.


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Alcoholics Anonymous: Getting Sober Together

20% of King County residents show signs of alcoholism. The AA meetings in Bellevue may be able to help.

In recent surveys, experts found that roughly one-fifth of King County residents engage in binge-drinking on a regular basis. Binge-drinking, of course, is one potential sign of alcohol addiction.

Alcoholism has disastrous effects on the people who suffer from it. Not only can it lead to DUIs and deadly car accidents, but it’s also linked to diseases like liver cancer and pancreatitis.

Each year, almost 90,000 Americans die from alcohol-related causes.

But, alcoholics don’t have to die from their illness. There are plenty of resources that can help them get sober before it’s too late.

Alcoholism is the most common addiction treated in American rehab centers. If you have a drinking problem, remember that you’re not alone.

One of the most valuable recovery resources is Alcoholics Anonymous. Much like NA, this group uses a 12 Step methodology to help people overcome their addiction.

Bellevue’s AA community is a vibrant and welcoming one. Anyone who needs to quit drinking but can’t should consider joining this community.

Looking for a meeting in your neighborhood? Take a look at our list below!

Please note: Some meetings are labeled “closed”. These meetings are only open to committed members of the Program.

Sunday

6:00 AM
Wake Up AA
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. All are welcome. Wheelchair access is available.
If you’re looking for some early morning support on Sunday mornings, this could be a great one for you.
The group meets in the Clubhouse.

9:30 AM
Eastside Breakfast
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. Grab a cup of coffee and join the group for some recovery discussion!
The Club is wheelchair accessible. The group meets in the Annex.

1:30 PM
Destinos Felices
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open, Spanish-speaking AA meeting. If you’re a Spanish speaker looking for recovery support, this could be a great group for you.
Handicap access is available. This meeting takes place in the Club’s Annex.

7:00 PM
Steppin’ Up
Grace Lutheran Church
9625 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98004
This is an open step-study meeting. Members gather to discuss the 12 Steps and to update the group on their recovery process.
Wheelchair access is available.

Monday

6:00 AM
Sunrise Meeting
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the Program are welcome.
There is an open meeting held concurrently in the Club’s Annex.
The building is wheelchair accessible.

7:00 AM
Nameless Bunch of Drunks
Bellevue Christian Reformed Church
1221 148th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access is available.

12:00 PM
Serenity Break
Bellevue Christian Reformed Church
1221 148th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The Church is handicap accessible.

5:30 PM
Living Sober
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The Club is wheelchair accessible.
The group meets in the Club’s Annex.

7:00 PM
Heretics’ Haven Secular
East Shore Unitarian Church
12700 Southeast 32nd Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. The group focuses on a non-religious approach to sobriety.
All are welcome and the Church is handicap accessible.

Tuesday

9:30 AM
Eastside AM Reflections
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome. The Club is handicap accessible.

10:00 AM
Eastside Women
Church of the Resurrection
15220 Main Street
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is a closed meeting for women. Only women who have a strong desire to get sober are welcome.
Wheelchair access is available.

12:10 PM
Bel East Lunch
Azteca Restaurant
150 112th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98004
This is an open step-study meeting. Members gather to talk about the 12 Steps and to update the group on their progress.
Everyone is welcome and the restaurant is wheelchair accessible.

7:30 PM
Bellevue New Group
Saint Luke’s Lutheran Church
3030 Bellevue Way Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98004
This is an open meeting for beginners. If you’re starting out in AA, or want to join the Program, this could be a great group for you.
Children are welcome so feel free to bring your kids. The Church is handicap accessible.

Wednesday

7:00 AM
Nameless Bunch of Drunks
Bellevue Christian Reformed Church
1221 148th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. Handicap access is available.

12:10 PM
Eastside Nooners
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open step-study. Members gather to discuss and study the 12 Steps.
The group meets in the Club’s Annex. The facility is handicap accessible.

7:30 PM
Enough is Enough
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. All are welcome The Club is wheelchair accessible.

Thursday

7:00 AM
Fresh Start
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited.
The meeting takes place in the Annex. The facility is handicap accessible.

12:00 PM
Into Order
Grace Lutheran Church
9625 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98004
This is an open AA meeting. All are welcome.

7:00 PM
Sober Sisters First
Saint Luke’s Lutheran Church
3030 Bellevue Way Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98004
This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who wants to get sober is welcome.
Wheelchair access is available.

Friday

12:00 PM
Eastside Nooners
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is welcome. Wheelchair access is available.

6:00 PM
Highland Happy Hour
Highland Covenant Church
15022 Northeast Bel Red Road
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open meeting for newcomers. If you’re just getting into the Program (or would like to), this could be a great group for you!

8:00 PM
Overlake
Saint Thomas Episcopal Church
8398 Northeast 12th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98039
This meeting is open to all. If you need extra recovery support on Friday evenings, this could be a fantastic group for you.
The Church is wheelchair accessible.

9:30 PM
Essentials
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
Friday nights can be difficult for addicts. If you find this time of the week to be particularly triggering, this group may be able to offer some support.
The Club is handicap accessible.

Saturday

2:00 PM
Grapevine Group
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited.
The group meets in the Alano Club’s Annex, a handicap-accessible facility.

7:00 PM
Main Street Saturday Night
Church of the Resurrection
15220 Main Street
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open meeting. All are welcome.
The group meets in the back of the Church. Wheelchair access is available.

9:30 PM
Essentials
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This meeting is open to all. It could be a helpful way to fight off those Saturday night cravings.
Handicap access is available.

*Evergreen Drug Rehab is not affiliated with any of the groups listed above. We are not accountable for an individual’s experience at any of these meetings.

All meeting times and locations are subject to change.

Al-Anon: Helping Families Overcome Addiction

Addiction is like a tornado. It doesn’t just affect the addict themselves. Instead, it seems to pull the addict’s family members in and affect their lives, too.

Of course, this can be overwhelming for the addict’s family. They may feel angry, ashamed, depressed, or even guilty. Oftentimes, they feel that they are at fault somehow.

The people who love addicts deserve support, too. That’s why Al-Anon exists.

In these meetings, the parents, children, spouses, and siblings of addicts gather to talk about their experiences. Like AA and NA, these groups use a 12 Step model to overcome their problem.

Whereas addict support groups aim to help their members get sober though, these groups work to help their members let go of their guilt, shame, and anger.

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If you think that you might benefit from this program, check out one of the local meetings below!

Sunday

12:00 PM
Sunday Nooners Gratitude AFG
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. All are welcome. The Club is wheelchair accessible.

Monday

12:00 PM
Monday Nooners AFG
Saint Andrew’s Lutheran Church
2650 148th Avenue Southeast
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. Wheelchair access is available.

7:30 PM
Coal Creek AFG
Newport Covenant
12800 Coal Creek Parkway Southeast
Bellevue, Washington 98006
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. All are welcome.
The group meets on the first floor of the Church.

Wednesday

8:00 PM
Newport Study AFG
Saint Margaret’s Episcopal Church
4228 Factoria Boulevard
Bellevue, Washington 98006
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.
The group meets in the basement. Follow the signs to find the meeting room.

Thursday

7:30 PM
Bellevue Lake Hills AFG
Saint Andrew’s Lutheran Church
2650 148th Avenue Southeast
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open meeting. It’s held concurrently with an Alateen meeting, so children and teens are welcome.
The Church is wheelchair accessible.

Friday

12:00 PM
Friday Nooners AFG
Saint Andrew’s Lutheran Church
2650 148th Avenue Southeast
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Everyone is welcome.

7:00 PM
GFA Vive
Jubilee Reach Center
14200 Southeast 13th Place
Bellevue, Washington 98007
This is an open, Spanish-speaking meeting. If you’re a Spanish speaker whose life has been impacted by a family member’s addiction, this could be a great group for you.

Saturday

12:00 PM
Search for Serenity AFG
Eastside Alano Club
12302 Northeast 8th Street
Bellevue, Washington 98005
This is an open meeting. This group works through the Big Book as a way to find peace.
All are welcome and the Club is wheelchair accessible.

*Evergreen Drug Rehab is not affiliated with any of the groups listed above. We are not accountable for an individual’s experience at any of these meetings.

For more meetings, check out the official Seattle Area Al-Anon/Alateen website.

SMART Recovery: A Non-Religious Recovery Approach

Some addicts are wary of AA and NA because their perception is that these programs are religious. Although programs state that they are non-religious, they still ask every member to give themselves over to a “higher power”.

The idea that 12 step programs are religious is a common misunderstanding. But, we understand that the rhetoric may turn people off.

For these folks, there is SMART Recovery, an entirely non-religious sobriety program. This program functions similarly to other recovery programs but with a slightly more scientific approach.

Sometimes, addicts may avoid getting help because they can’t make it to a meeting. They may suffer from agoraphobia or simply be too busy to get there. In certain cases, addicts may be too embarrassed to attend a meeting.

That’s okay. If you can’t get to a support group, help is still available for you.

Online addiction recovery groups allow addicts to receive support from their own homes. Sometimes, they hold real-time meetings conducted similarly to an in-person session.

If you’re looking for a good online group, start with the Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous websites. On the NA discussion boards, for example, you’ll find a lively recovery discussion. Established members are eager to help new members with advice.

For more online meetings, head over to the Secular Organizations for Sobriety website. They have a range of different forums for nearly every type of addiction.

Detox and Rehab Programs in Bellevue

12 Step programs aren’t a cure-all. You may need more intensive treatment to get clean. Detox and rehab can provide that.

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AA and NA provide the emotional that recovering addicts need to maintain sobriety. But, it can take a while before a newly recovered individual is prepared to sit in a meeting and listen to their fellow members.

Oftentimes, it takes several weeks for someone to feel remotely comfortable in their own skin after they quit using. They usually experience a range of physical and mental side effects that make it difficult to focus on recovery.

This is why a lot of people attend medical detox and addiction rehab.

Detox is a type of addiction treatment that helps addicts cope with their physical withdrawal symptoms.

After all, quitting drugs can be painful.

Recovering addicts often experience nausea, chills, and flu-like symptoms during the first few days after they quit.

In a medical detox program, doctors monitor the addict to ensure that they’re safe and comfortable while they withdraw. This makes it easier for the individual and decreases the likelihood that they’ll relapse before they complete the process.

Learn more about our drug and alcohol detox program in Bellevue

A rehabilitation program, or rehab, helps addicts learn how to live a sober life.

In rehab, the individuals meets with therapists, counselors, and addiction specialists who help them work through the problems that led them to become an addict. They also work together to develop coping mechanisms for preventing relapse.

Rehabilitation is a key part of the recovery process. Without it, many addicts flounder to stay sober. These programs provide the addict with a clear sense of how to move forward.

There two main types of rehab: inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient rehab is a residential form of treatment in which the addict lives on-site at their treatment facility. Outpatient rehab is more like a day camp where the addict reports to the facility a few times a day. Both are shown to be effective for different types of people.

Learn more about our intensive outpatient treatment program in Bellevue.

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Northpoint Recovery Wants to Help You Get Sober

We’ve seen the addiction cycle play out over and over again. We’ve seen endless numbers of good people fall prey to drugs and alcohol.

And while that’s a shame, we’ve also seen plenty of people overcome it. We’ve watched as highly-addicted individuals put down their substance of choice and made the decision to turn their lives around.

We want the same for you.

Northpoint Evergreen Bellevue is an IOP rehab and drug detox center located just outside of Seattle, WA. We’re committed to helping addicts from Washington and abroad move beyond their addictions toward a happier, healthier life.

If you’re currently struggling with a substance abuse problem, please reach out to us. We can offer the professional help and support you need to get back on the right path.

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