Bridle Trails

Addiction Resources Near Bellevue

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Discover Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Resources in the Bridle Trails, Bellevue, WA Area

The Bridle Trails area, near Bellevue, Washington offers hope to people who are searching for alcohol and drug addiction recovery resources. In addition to having access to many drug rehab facilities, there are also other options as well. 

Both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous can be very beneficial for someone with an addiction. Al-Anon and Alateen are also there to provide assistance and support to hurting families.

While we are not affiliated with these programs, we believe in them. Millions of people have experienced recovery because of the work they do. We felt they should be included in this guide to the Bridle Trails area’s addiction recovery resources.

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Recovery Meetings and Support Groups in Bridle Trails, WA

Support groups in Bridle Trails, Washington can help recovering addicts maintain lifelong sobriety. Those who are dealing with an addiction will often have a difficult time with relapses. Approximately 40% to 60% of those who complete an addiction treatment program will relapse within one year. Those who do not relapse tend to receive peer support from the community. They connect with other people in similar situations by going to support groups and recovery meetings at least once a week.

Bridle Trails Addiction Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Recovering alcoholics should all attend at least one Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting to see whether the teachings help them. These faith-based meetings follow twelve particular steps and require members to put their faith in a power greater than themselves. Members not only learn how to become more self-aware and self-reliant, but they also get a chance to share their personal experiences. 

AA meetings in Bridle Trails, Washington include daily reflections, book studies, step studies and speaker discussions. Some AA meetings offer childcare services, and others may offer handicap access. Check each meeting to see whether it can offer any specific amenities and features.

Bellevue Christian Reformed
Time: Tuesday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Tuesday Night Solutions
Location: 1221 148th Ave NE

St. Luke's Lutheran
Time: Thursday @ 7:00 PM
Group name:Sober Sisters East
(For Women Only)
Location: 3030 Bellevue Way NE

Highland Covenant
Time: Friday @ 6:00 PM
Group name: Highland Happy Hour
Location: 15022 Bel-Red Rd

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Founded two decades after AA, Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings follow the exact same principles and steps. The only difference is that NA meetings discuss drug-related topics instead. Members can be addicted to any type of drug. Some members may abuse prescription drugs, like oxycodone, while other members may abuse illicit drugs, like heroin. Many drug abusers engage in polysubstance abuse, which comes with even more risks. 

NA meetings are faith-based, but they are not affiliated with any religion. Members can be agnostic or even atheists. All they need to do is put their faith in a power greater than themselves and have a desire to abstain from using drugs.

Lake Washington United Methodist Church
Time: Friday @ 8:00 PM
Location: 7525 132nd Avenue NE., Kirkland
1.44 miles away

Overlake Park Presbyterian Church of Bellevue
Time: Friday @ 8:00 PM
Location: 1836 156th Avenue North East., Bellevue
2.17 miles away

First United Methodist Church
Time: Monday @ 7:30 PM
Location: 1934 108th Avenue Northeast., Bellevue
2.3 miles away

Al-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon is a fellowship of men and women whose lives have been impacted and affected by an alcoholic. Often times, the alcoholic is a close friend or a family member. This mutual support helps members get the support that they need to deal with stressful events and situations. Members learn how to deal with their anger and negative emotions. Members also look to one another for the support needed to go through difficult situations. 

Al-Anon meetings are free to join. These meetings follow twelve steps and principles that are similar to AA and NA.

St Andrews Church
Time: Monday @ 12:00 PM; Thursday @ 7:30 PM; Friday @ 12:00 PM
Group name: Monday Nooners AFG; Bellevue Lake Hills AFG; Friday Nooners AFG
Location: 2650 148th Ave SE., Bellevue

Jubilee Reach Center
Time: Friday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Vive GFA
Location: 14200 SE 13th Pl., Bellevue

St Margaret's Episcopal Church
Time: Wednesday @ 8:00 PM
Group name: Newport Study AFG
Location: 4228 Factoria Blvd S., Bellevue

Nar Anon Meetings

Similar to Al-Anon, Nar Anon is a fellowship of people whose lives have been affected by a drug addict. These mutual support groups give loved ones of addicts a place to talk about what they’re going through. Members help one another process the emotions that they are feeling and also deal with what’s happening in their lives. 

Nar Anon meetings are faith-based. Members put their faith in a higher being. They also follow the same twelve steps as Al-Anon. Nar Anon meetings are free to attend, and members can decide when to go to meetings. Most members will go to three meetings a week.

St. Margaret's Episcopal Church
Time: Thursday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Serenity Trail
Location: 4228 Factoria Blvd., Bellevue
5.7 miles away

Bothell United Methodist Church
Time: Monday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Seeds of Hope
Location: 18515 92nd Avenue Northeast., Bothell
8.1 miles away

St. Paul’s Church
Time: Thursday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Ballard Nar-Anon
Location: 6512 12th Ave W., Seattle
10.0 miles away

Alateen Meetings

Designed for teenagers between the ages of 13 and 18, Alateen meetings are for any teenager whose life has been affected by an alcoholic. Often times, the alcoholic will be a parent or a sibling. These teenagers often have troubled home lives or were forced to grow up much more quickly. Alateen meetings give these individuals a chance to talk about what they’re going through. 

Alateen meetings are often led by teenagers although they may be sponsored by an Al-Anon member. These meetings are faith-based and also follow twelve steps and principles.

Time: Thursday @ 7:30 AM
Group name: Lake Hills Alateen
Location: 2650 148th Ave SE., Bellevue
4.6 miles away

Time: Monday @ 7:30 PM
Group name: Lake City Monday Night Alateen
Location: 3841 NE 123rd., Seattle
7.4 miles away

Time: Wednesday @ 8:00 PM
Group name: Courage To Be Me Alateen
Location: 2400 8th Ave W., Seattle
9.6 miles away

SMART Recovery Meetings

Anyone who is having difficulties learning how to manage addictive behaviors should consider attending a science-based meeting, like Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART). These meetings are a 4-point program that helps members learn how to cope with cravings and maintain a positive outlook and mindset when dealing with an addiction. 

There are both in-person and online meetings. SMART meetings are free to join, and members can decide how many meetings they wish to go to.

Time: Tuesday @ 5:30 PM
Location: 12826 SE 40th Lane, Suite 203, Bellevue, WA 98006 USA

Mercer Island Martial Arts
Time: Wednesday @ 8:00 PM
Location: 2630 77th Ave., SE #106-108 , Mercer Island, Washington 98040, USA

Seattle Public Library
Time: Thursday @ 6:00 PM
Location:425 Harvard Ave. E., Seattle, WA 98102 USA

Opting for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in the Bridle Trails Area

There is no doubt that 12-Step programs like AA and NA are effective. But they are not right for everyone. Some people really need the level of support that comes from choosing a drug and alcohol rehab facility in the Bridle Trails area.

During rehab, people can benefit from the expertise of the staff members as they recover. They get to work closely with professionals who know how to treat addictions and have helped other recover. That is so reassuring for those who may have otherwise lost hope.

Every addiction is different, and addicts all have different needs during recovery as well. It makes sense that there would be a variety of treatment options. For example, any of the following may be recommended, depending on a patient’s particular needs:

All of the above are great options, and it is so important for people to consider recommendations and choose the best one for them.

People certainly have plenty of options when it comes to choosing a drug and alcohol treatment facility in the Bridle Trails area. There are more than 20 of them within a 5-mile radius of the neighborhood. But if none of them are a good fit, there are close to 400 of them within a 50-mile radius. 

The SAMHSA treatment locator tool is an excellent place to start to find a rehab program that fits the patient’s needs.

Our Outpatient Rehab Center

For many people, outpatient rehab offers them everything they need to recover. At Northpoint the Evergreen, we offer an extensive outpatient program that is varied to target our clients’ needs. 

Our approach to treatment is very personalized. We offer a more traditional outpatient rehab, intensive outpatient treatment and partial hospitalization.

What if an Individual Needs Inpatient Rehab?

Of course, there are some people who need a higher level of support than what can be found in an outpatient setting. Perhaps they need to go through detox as well, or there are other issues that make it hard for them to be successful living at home. In cases like these, inpatient rehab is recommended.

We have an excellent inpatient facility at our closest location, Northpoint Washington, which is in Seattle. It is a 28-day recovery program that includes detox and medical detox services.

The drug rehab program at Northpoint Washington is among the best in the region. The staff carefully assesses each patient to determine their specific needs. Then they make a recommendation and design a personalized treatment plan for each person they treat. 

This is a 28-day program, and it may be what is best for someone who is new to recovery. 

Alcoholics often need to go through alcohol rehab in order to recover from their addictions. They typically start with detox because it helps to lessen the severity of withdrawal, and it can also help them avoid complications. This may take up to ten days, and afterward, patients move on to rehab, where they begin therapy.

Do Health Insurance Companies Offer Benefits for Addiction Treatment?

Health insurance companies are required by law to offer benefits for drug and alcohol treatment. That includes both detox services and rehab. At Northpoint the Evergreen, we have contracted to be an in-network provider with many of the top insurance companies in Washington State.

Our Closest Facility

Our closest facility to Bridle Trails, Bellevue is also located in Bellevue. Northpoint the Evergreen is an 8-minute drive south. We offer Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) for all types of addictions.

Our Closest Outpatient Location:

Our Closest Inpatient Location:

Northpoint the Evergreen

Get the Help that You Need from the Evergreen at Northpoint

Don’t be scared when facing an addiction. With the right tools and skills, you can easily overcome it. The best way to get the tools that you need is to seek professional assistance from an alcohol and drug rehab facility. There are plenty of options in Bridle Trails, Washington. 

Here, at Northpoint the Evergreen, clients can find an effective Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Our program is best suited for those who prioritize flexibility and freedom when seeking addiction treatment. Our treatment programs are individually tailored to meet the needs of each client. We have Joint Commission Accreditation and only use evidence-based approaches in our treatment plans for optimal results. 

If you’re looking to get treated for an addiction, contact us to see how we can help. Our team of experts can walk you through the various treatment programs that we have and help you figure out what it is that you need. We want to help you achieve lifelong sobriety, and will go the extra mile to do so.

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