Hidden underneath its charming surface, some residents in this area struggle with alcohol abuse and drug abuse problems. This isn’t surprising, as drug and alcohol addiction rates are on the rise in Bellevue, Washington. Many residents are getting hooked on prescription drugs, like hydrocodone, and illicit drugs, like heroin and cocaine.
Fortunately for residents in this area, Lake Hills is close to many larger neighborhoods. It’s easy to find addiction resources in this region that can help overcome addiction.
Those who don’t recover successfully the first time that they try are much more likely to never try again. Professional addiction treatment services at a drug and alcohol rehab center can increase an addicted individual’s chances at recovery. Substance abuse addiction treatment services include using medical detox to ease physical withdrawal symptoms and using counseling and behavioral therapy to ease psychological withdrawal symptoms.
Those looking for help will find that there are two different types of rehab centers. They include:
There are over 10 drug and alcohol treatment centers in Bellevue, Washington that are in and around Lake Hills. These treatment facilities often offer both inpatient and outpatient care. Some of these treatment centers do only offer one or the other.
Check to see what types of evidence-based treatment approaches each rehab facility specializes in. Some rehabs may specialize in holistic treatment while others may specialize in behavioral therapies like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Any substance abuser aiming for sobriety is looking for long-term results. Those who receive adequate peer support from the community are much more likely to stay sober. There are many different types of recovery meetings and support groups in Lake Hills, Washington.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are designed specifically to treat alcoholism. All of the topics discussed at these meetings are alcohol-related, and those who attend these meetings are all at different stages of recovery. AA meetings are 12-step programs that follow twelve steps and principles. These faith-based meetings require members to believe in a power greater than themselves.
There is no fee for attending AA meetings in Lake Hills, Bellevue. Also, all information shared at these meetings will be kept 100% confidential. Members do not necessarily have to share anything personal either. They can sit around and listen until they feel comfortable opening up.
Sacred Heart Ch
Time: Sunday @ 7:30 PM
Group name: Clyde Hill Step Study
Location: 12302 NE 8th St
East Shore Unitarian
Time: Monday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Heretics' Haven Secular
Location: 12700 SE 32nd St
Time: Tuesday @ 12:10 PM
Group name: Bel East Tuesday Lunch
Location: 150 112th Ave NE
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a fellowship of men and women who want to stop abusing drugs. These recovering drug abusers come together to study the twelve steps of NA and to lend one another a sympathetic ear during recovery. Many recovering drug abusers will end up attending NA for the rest of their lives. NA meetings are faith-based, and members put their faith in a power greater than themselves.
There is no cost involved in joining an NA meeting in Lake Hills, Bellevue. Members maintain absolute anonymity as they don’t need to disclose any personal information or their identity. Members can go to as many or as few meetings as they’d like.
Eastside Alano Club
Time: Sunday @ 10:30 AM
Location: 12302 NE 8th Street., Bellevue
1.96 miles away
Overlake Park Presbyterian Church of Bellevue
Time: Friday @ 8:00 PM
Location: 1836 156th Avenue North East., Bellevue
2.08 miles away
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Time: Sunday @ 7:00 PM
Location: 4315 129th Place Southeast., Bellevue
2.32 miles away
Close friends and family of alcoholics will often go through just as much as the alcoholic. They will go through the same emotions: fear, anger and denial. Al-Anon meetings give these individuals the support that they need to get through difficult situations. They help them come to terms with the addiction and even learn how to approach the alcoholic about recovery.
Al-Anon meetings are faith-based and practice twelve steps and principles, like AA. These steps include coming to terms that the alcoholic is powerless over the addiction. Al-Anon meetings in Lake Hills, Bellevue are not affiliated with any religion. Anyone is welcome to attend -- even agnostics and atheists.
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
Just like Al-Anon, Nar Anon in Lake Hills, Bellevue is a fellowship of people whose lives have been affected by an addict. The only difference is that the addict is not an alcoholic, but a drug user. Nar Anon meetings help members learn how to work through what they’re going through and how to process their emotions. They also help members learn more about addiction and how to help the addict approach recovery.
Nar Anon meetings are faith-based, which means that members will ultimately need to learn how to put their faith in a power greater than themselves. Members practice 12 steps, like learning how to admit their wrongdoings.
St. Margaret's Episcopal Church
Time: Thursday @ 7:00 PM
Group name: Serenity Trail
Location: 4228 Factoria Blvd., Bellevue
2.3 miles away
It may be worth it for teenagers to attend Alateen meetings instead of Al-Anon meetings. Alateen meetings have an age requirement that’s typically between 13 and 18. Members are all teenagers, and will discuss issues that are relatable to one another. Some teens find it easier to open up at Alateen meetings rather than Al-Anon meetings.
Alateen meetings in Lake Hills, Bellevue help teenagers understand that the addiction is not their fault. They also help them work through their emotions and even approach the alcoholic about recovery. Members can not only open up to one another at these meetings, but they can also rest assured that everything that they share will be kept 100% confidential.
Time: Thursday @ 7:30 AM
Group name: Lake Hills Alateen
Location: 2650 148th Ave SE., Bellevue
0.9 miles away
Time: Monday @ 7:30 PM
Group name: Lake City Monday Night Alateen
Location: 3841 NE 123rd., Seattle
10.5 miles away
Time: Wednesday @ 8:00 PM
Group name: Courage To Be Me Alateen
Location: 2400 8th Ave W., Seattle
10.7 miles away
Learn the ABCs of REBT for urge coping and other critical recovery tools and skills by joining a science-based meeting like Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART). These meetings follow a 4-point program and teach members how to accept themselves for who they are and how to manage addictive behaviors. Like 12-step programs, they’re free to join, and anything shared at these meetings will be kept 100% confidential.
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
Northpoint the Evergreen is our closest facility to Lake Hills, Bellevue. It’s about a 5-minute drive away. This outpatient treatment facility offers an assortment of treatment programs for all types of substance use disorders (SUDs).
Move forward with your own recovery with help from a drug rehab facility near you. By choosing to get sober with professional help, you’ll enjoy services like medical detox, behavioral therapy, counseling and more. You’ll be equipped with the right tools and skills needed to not only get clean, but also stay sober for the rest of your life.
Here, at Northpoint the Evergreen, we want to help. We specialize in outpatient treatment programs for all types of addictions. Speak to one of our specialists for more information on what we can do to help you get sober or, at the very least, move in the right direction toward recovery.