Monroe

Addiction Resources Near Bellevue

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Monroe, Washington Addiction Resource Guide

The city of Monroe in Snohomish County has its share of drug and alcohol addiction.

If you have problems with either of these, it is of vital importance to understand where you can go if you need assistance. Thankfully, there are a number of excellent sources of help located in and around the Monroe area.

Ignorance as to what types of treatments are available is a big obstacle on the road to recovery. It may have even gotten to the point where you have resigned yourself to the idea that you are stuck with no way out. This could not be further from the truth, there is solace out there for anyone who wants it. No matter what form your addiction takes, help exists to combat it.

Our resource guide will provide you with every piece of information you might need to get started. Perhaps you are interested in finding a good outpatient program accessible from the Monroe area, but have no clue where to begin your search. If you have already leaped this hurdle, you might need continuing support in the form of groups or meetings. Our primary focus is making sure we have everything you need to know right at your fingertips.

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Our Addiction Treatment Facility

The outpatient treatment programs provided by The Evergreen at Northpoint are available at two locations. The closest facility to Monroe is located not far away in Bellevue. Our other facility can be found in Seattle’s Northgate district. The different programs we offer consist of standard care, intensive treatment, and even partial hospital treatment.

Monroe Addiction Resources

Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Monroe, Washington

An important part of the recovery process as a whole is ongoing care after the successful completion of a rehab program. Coming out of such a controlled setting like rehab may seem daunting in terms of keeping up with your sobriety. Even with friends or family members to lend a helping hand, more concentrated and targeted treatment is still a necessity. 

The best way to acquire this treatment is by attending some of the many recovery meetings and support groups in or around Monroe. These resources provide a group therapy setting that is very relaxed and comfortable. Different meetings are targeted towards different types of addictions, both to drugs and alcohol. There are even many groups available for the family members of addicts and alcoholics.

Alcoholics Anonymous, which is popularly known as AA, is a network of support for alcoholics the world over. Fellow alcoholics meet together with the express goal of assisting you with the achievement and ongoing success in the battle for sobriety. Their 12-step program is renowned for its ability to root out the source of addiction issues, which provides for a more stable and continuous form of treatment and progress. 

There are many AA meetings held in Monroe on every day of the week. Be sure to check out the specifics of the meetings you are interested, to find the perfect one for your situation.

Sunday

Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: MONROE SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE
Location: Church of Our Savior Episcopal 301 South Lewis Street

Monday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: MONDAY NIGHT MIRACLES
Location: Monroe Congregational 301 S Lewis St

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: NO DELUSIONS
Location: Valley General Hospital Recovery Ctr 17880 147th Street Southeast

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: GRUPO FE Y ESPERANZA
Location: The Savoy Bldg 115 West Main Street

Saturday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: SATURDAY NIGHT SOLUTION
Location: Monroe Covenant 202 South Sams Street

Narcotics Anonymous, or NA, is similar to AA, except with a focus on those with an addiction to illegal or prescription narcotics. NA has been wildly successful in treating addictions to all types of substances through a combination of support from peers and positive reinforcement. They also provide a 12-step program, geared specifically towards those with a drug addiction. 

There are a few choices in day and time for NA meetings located in Monroe.

Sunday

Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Recovery Center 17880 147th Street SE
4.85 miles

Monday

Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Seventh-Day Adventist Church 14118 Chain Lake Road
3.9 miles

Thursday

Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Seventh-Day Adventist Church 14118 Chain Lake Road
3.9 miles

Friday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Recovery Center 17880 147th Street SE
4.85 miles

It is an inevitable fact that most alcohol addictions also affect the lives of friends and family members. These loved ones may also need support and assistance when trying to deal with the pitfalls of everyday life. Al-Anon is an organization whose sole purpose is to provide assistance to these struggling helpers using their own 12-step program. 

There is one Al-Anon meeting held in Monroe, and additional ones in the county seat of Everett.

Monday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Monroe Sultan AFG
Location: St Mary Of The Valley Church 601 W Columbia St Monroe

Tuesday

Time: 12:15 PM
Group name: Step By Step Spiritual Journey AFG
Location: Sanctuary Covenant Church 4502 Rucker Ave Everett

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Let It Begin With Me AFG
Location: Cascade View Presbyterian Church 1030 E Casino Rd Everett

Nar Anon is similar to Al-Anon, except with a focus on the friends and family of drug addicts. Nar Anon's 12-step program is designed to help them deal with the effects of caring for someone who is addicted to any type of drugs. No preconditions for attendance exist other than having someone you love in this precarious condition. 

While no Nar Anon meetings are held right in Monroe, there are numerous located within reasonable driving distance.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Seeds Of Hope
Location: Bothell United Methodist Church 18515 92nd Avenue Northeast Bothell
16.9 miles away

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Helping Hands
Location: First Presbyterian Church 1306 Lakeview Ave. Snohomish
10.5 miles away

Saturday

Time: 9:00 AM
Group name: Moving Mountains
Location: Providence Hospital (Pacific Campus) 916 Pacific Avenue Everett
17.2 miles away

Alateen is a separate part of Al-Anon that focuses solely on the younger friends or family members of an alcoholic. Alcoholism is a disease that can affect the entire family, and no part of the family is traumatized more than teens and young adults. Alateen seeks to both relieve the pressure felt by these impressionable youths, as well as give them pointers on how best to deal with their alcoholic kin. 

There are many Alateen meetings located not too far from Monroe.

Monday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Healing Hearts Alateen
Location: 1702 Main St Lake Stevens
13.3 miles away

Wednesday

Time: 5:00 PM
Group name: Everett Alateen
Location: 1030 East Casino Road Everett
16 miles away

Thursday

Time: 1:00 PM
Group name: Cascade High School Alateen
Location: Cascade High School 801 E Casino Rd Everett
16.1 miles away

SMART, or Self-Management and Recovery Training, differs from all other of these programs in that is based on scientific principles and understanding. 12-step programs are primarily centered around faith, and the submission to a higher power. SMART's 4-step program teaches skills and techniques that are effective for all manner of addictions. SMART also has plenty of online resources for those unable to attend a face-to-face meeting. 

There are several SMART meetings held within easy driving distance of Monroe.

Tuesday

Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Alpha Recovery Choices 10614 Beardslee Blvd., Bothell

Friday

Time: 7:15 PM
Location: Associated Behavioral Health Care 2111 N Northgate Way, Suite 212, Seattle

Saturday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: 14724 1st Ave NE, Shoreline

Northpoint Evergreen Bellevue

Northpoint Evergreen

The outpatient facilities of Northpoint Evergreen are excellent places to help navigate the perils of addiction to both drugs and alcohol. It is a fact, however, that not all solutions are compatible with each addiction. Our program may not be the perfect solution for your circumstances. We urge you to contact us at your earliest convenience, to see if what we offer is right for you. If not, we would be happy to point you in the right direction. 

For additional online information, check out our Outpatient RehabDrug Rehab and Medical Detox information pages.

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