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Mount Vernon, Washington Addiction Recovery Resources

Located about 60 miles north of Seattle, Mount Vernon is a moderately sized northern Washington community near Skagit Bay.

And while it may be far outside of the Seattle Metropolitan Area, it still shares similar problems with drugs and alcohol. But unfortunately, many residents here simply aren’t aware of the many resources available to them to help overcome that addiction.

This comprehensive guide to addiction resources in Mount Vernon, WA takes a deep dive into some of the best sources of support nearby.

And these resources can be an essential part of keeping residents safe, supported, and sober.

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The Dangers of Overdosing

Substance abuse comes with many serious problems. But without a doubt one of the most dangerous is an overdose.

Overdoses have become increasingly common and especially deadly in recent years. For example, in 1999 the number of people in the U.S. that died from a drug overdose was around 17 thousand. In 2017, that number rose to over 70 thousand.

In fact, drug overdoses are now the number one killers of Americans under the age of 55.

Now more than ever, it’s so important to know how to spot the signs of an overdose as well as what to do to help.

Not all drugs have the same overdose symptoms. Below are some of the most common for the most widely-abused drugs today.

Benzodiazepines – These drugs are usually prescribed to treat depression and anxiety. But when they’re abused either alone or with other drugs, they can easily lead to a life-threatening overdose. An overdose on benzos may include symptoms like:

  • Dizziness
  • Confusion
  • Drowsiness
  • Blurred vision
  • Unresponsiveness
  • Anxiety
  • Agitation
  • Nystagmus (repetitive, uncontrolled eye movements)
  • Hallucinations
  • Slurred speech
  • Ataxia (lack of muscle coordination)
  • Coma
  • Hypotonia (overly relaxed muscles)
  • Weakness
  • Altered mental status, impairment of thinking
  • Poor memory
  • Shallow breathing
  • Low blood pressure

Cocaine – This illicit drug is one of the most popular today, just as it has been for decades. It’s also quite dangerous when abused. The signs of an overdose could include:

  • Seizures
  • Loss of awareness of surroundings
  • Loss of urine control
  • High body temperature, severe sweating
  • High blood pressure, very fast heart rate or irregular heart rhythm
  • Bluish color of the skin
  • Fast or difficulty breathing
  • Death

Alcohol – It’s legal. It’s culturally embedded. And it’s also more harmful than most people may be aware of. Here are some of the signs of alcohol poisoning to watch out for:

  • Confusion
  • Vomiting
  • Seizures
  • Slow breathing (less than eight breaths a minute)
  • Irregular breathing (a gap of more than 10 seconds between breaths)
  • Blue-tinged skin or pale skin
  • Low body temperature (hypothermia)
  • Passing out (unconsciousness) and can't be awakened

HeroinThis illicit drug is perhaps the most well-known today. And given its addictive potential and its harmfulness, it’s easy to see why. Some signs of a heroin overdose usually include: 

AIRWAYS AND LUNGS 

  • No breathing
  • Shallow breathing
  • Slow and difficult breathing 

EYES, EARS, NOSE, AND THROAT 

  • Dry mouth
  • Extremely small pupils, sometimes as small as the head of a pin (pinpoint pupils)
  • Discolored tongue 

HEART AND BLOOD 

  • Low blood pressure
  • Weak pulse 

SKIN 

  • Bluish-colored nails and lips 

STOMACH AND INTESTINES 

  • Constipation
  • Spasms of the stomach and intestines 

NERVOUS SYSTEM 

  • Coma
  • Delirium
  • Disorientation
  • Drowsiness
  • Uncontrolled muscle movements

Crystal Meth – A powerful stimulant, crystal meth is just as addictive as it is potent. Some signs of a meth overdose include:

  • Agitation
  • Chest pain
  • Coma or unresponsiveness (in extreme cases)
  • Heart attack
  • Irregular or stopped heartbeat
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Very high body temperature
  • Kidney damage and possibly kidney failure
  • Paranoia
  • Seizures
  • Severe stomach pain
  • Stroke

Prescription Opioids – These drugs are some of the main drivers of the current opioid epidemic. And while they can be helpful in treating pain, they’re also highly addictive and incredibly potent. Below are some of the most notable signs of an overdose.

  • Small, constricted “pinpoint pupils”
  • Falling asleep or loss of consciousness
  • Slow, shallow breathing
  • Choking or gurgling sounds
  • Limp body
  • Pale, blue, or cold skin

Step one in treating an overdose is contacting emergency services. This is a serious medical problem. And only an expert can know how best to treat a victim of this deadly condition.

If you notice the signs of an overdose, then, call 9-1-1 immediately.

If you do have to leave the side of the victim though (even if it is just for a minute), be sure to put them into the recovery position. This simple step only takes a second and can be the biggest factor in preventing serious complications like vomiting and choking.

The operator will likely send an ambulance to your location as well as ask for more information about the situation. Some questions they may ask could include:

  • What is the age, sex, height, and weight of the victim?
  • What’s their current condition?
  • What drug caused the overdose and when was it last used?
  • Does the victim have a history of substance abuse?
  • Do they have a prescription for the drug?

Honesty and accuracy are key here. And only the right information will be able to help them better treat the victim.

They may also ask you to perform CPR or administer other life-saving measures.

Once the EMTs arrive, they’ll be able to take over treating the victim. They’ll use special medical devices as well as certain drugs like naloxone to help treat and reverse the symptoms of the overdose. They’ll also likely transport the victim over to a hospital for more complete care.

Mount Vernon Addiction Resources

Local Support Groups Near Mount Vernon, Washington

It takes a lot of hard work to kick an addiction for good. Many times, recovering addicts will go through overwhelming cravings, powerful triggers, and a near-constant desire to go back to using in some cases. And that can make it tough to stay sober without the right kind of motivation.

Local support groups are a great way to find that motivation. By connecting with others in a similar situation, members can learn more about their own experience and build up a social support network that can be invaluable in preventing relapse.

And thankfully, there are quite a few local support groups in the Mount Vernon, Washington area.

Perhaps the most popular support group, Alcoholics Anonymous is widely-known, incredibly accessible, and scientifically proven to support recovery.

It isn’t any wonder, then, that its membership was estimated to be as high as 2.1 million in 2017.

And around Mount Vernon, there plenty of AA meetings to consider looking into.

SUNDAY

MORNING RUSH HOUR GROUP
Sunday at 7:00 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

SUNDAY SPIRITUAL
Sunday at 10:30 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO LA FORTALEZA
Sunday at 5:00 pm
Sea Mar Comm Health Ctr
2500 East College Way
Mount Vernon, Washington

CIRCLE OF HOPE GROUP
Sunday at 6:30 pm
First Christian Ch
1100 S 9th St
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO DESIDIDOS A CAMBIAR
Sunday at 8:00 pm
1115 S 2nd St
1115 South 2nd Street
Mount Vernon, Washington

MONDAY

MORNING RUSH HOUR GROUP
Monday at 7:00 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

CIRCLE OF HOPE GROUP
Monday at 11:30 am
First Christian Ch
1100 S 9th St
Mount Vernon, Washington

RUSH HOUR PM GROUP
Monday at 4:30 pm
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO DESIDIDOS A CAMBIAR
Monday at 8:00 pm
1115 S 2nd St
1115 South 2nd Street
Mount Vernon, Washington

TUESDAY

MORNING RUSH HOUR GROUP
Tuesday at 7:00 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

CIRCLE OF HOPE GROUP
Tuesday at 11:30 am
First Christian Ch
1100 S 9th St
Mount Vernon, Washington

RUSH HOUR PM GROUP
Tuesday at 4:30 pm
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

CHILDREN OF CHAOS
Tuesday at 6:00 pm
Center for Spiritual Living
1508 N 18th St
Mount Vernon, Washington

PINK LADIES GROUP Women
Tuesday at 6:30 pm
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO DESIDIDOS A CAMBIAR
Tuesday at 8:00 pm
1115 S 2nd St
1115 South 2nd Street
Mount Vernon, Washington

WEDNESDAY

MORNING RUSH HOUR GROUP
Wednesday at 7:00 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

CIRCLE OF HOPE GROUP
Wednesday at 11:30 am
First Christian Ch
1100 S 9th St
Mount Vernon, Washington

RUSH HOUR PM GROUP
Wednesday at 4:30 pm
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

MANY BELIEFS
Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Cedardale Fire Station
19746 E Hickox Rd
Mount Vernon, Washington

SHOULDER TO SHOULDER GROUP
Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO DESIDIDOS A CAMBIAR
Wednesday at 8:00 pm
1115 S 2nd St
1115 South 2nd Street
Mount Vernon, Washington

THURSDAY

MORNING RUSH HOUR GROUP
Thursday at 7:00 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

CIRCLE OF HOPE GROUP
Thursday at 11:30 am
First Christian Ch
1100 S 9th St
Mount Vernon, Washington

RUSH HOUR PM GROUP
Thursday at 4:30 pm
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

DESIGN FOR LIVING
Thursday at 7:00 pm
St. Paul's Episcopal
415 South 18th Street
Mount Vernon, Washington

CLEAN AIR GROUP
Thursday at 7:30 pm
Fir-Conway Lutheran
18101 Fir Island Road
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO DESIDIDOS A CAMBIAR
Thursday at 8:00 pm
1115 S 2nd St
1115 South 2nd Street
Mount Vernon, Washington

FRIDAY

MORNING RUSH HOUR GROUP
Friday at 7:00 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

CIRCLE OF HOPE GROUP
Friday at 11:30 am
First Christian Ch
1100 S 9th St
Mount Vernon, Washington

RUSH HOUR PM GROUP
Friday at 4:30 pm
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO LA FORTALEZA
Friday at 5:00 pm
Sea Mar Comm Health Ctr
2500 East College Way
Mount Vernon, Washington

CIRCLE OF HOPE GROUP
Friday at 6:30 pm
First Christian Ch
1100 S 9th St
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO DESIDIDOS A CAMBIAR
Friday at 8:00 pm
1115 S 2nd St
1115 South 2nd Street
Mount Vernon, Washington

SATURDAY

MORNING RUSH HOUR GROUP
Saturday at 7:00 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

AA ROCKS! GROUP
Saturday at 11:00 am
Mount Vernon Senior Center
1401 Cleveland Ave
Mount Vernon, Washington

OLD TIMERS' SPEAKER MEETING
Saturday at 6:00 pm
Fir-Conway Lutheran
18101 Fir Island Road
Mount Vernon, Washington

GRUPO DESIDIDOS A CAMBIAR
Saturday at 8:00 pm
1115 S 2nd St
1115 South 2nd Street
Mount Vernon, Washington

The 12-step model in AA was so helpful to many that separate groups using the same approach quickly broke off to address other kinds of addiction issues. Narcotics Anonymous was one of the first of these groups.

Unlike Alcoholics Anonymous though, NA was formed to address substance addictions of all kinds, not just alcoholism. And that meant that people struggling with problems involving heroin, cocaine, speed, or even alcohol were all welcome to attend.

NA meetings may not be quite as numerous as AA, but there are still a few groups taking place nearby.

SUNDAY

American Legion
Sunday at 6:00 PM
115 N Olympic Avenue
Arlington, WA 98223-1335
Map
Open

MONDAY

Oak Harbor Lutheran Church
Monday at 7:00 PM
1253 NW 2nd Avenue
Oak Harbor, WA 98277-7220
Map
Open

TUESDAY

Spin Cafe
Tuesday at 7:00 PM
658 SE Bayshore Drive
Oak Harbor, WA 98277-5700
Map
Open

Hillcrest Church
Tuesday at 7:30 PM
1830 South 13th Street
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Map
Open

WEDNESDAY

Spin Cafe
Wednesday at 7:00 PM
658 SE Bayshore Drive
Oak Harbor, WA 98277-5700
Map
Open

THURSDAY

Hillcrest Church
Thursday at 7:30 PM
1830 South 13th Street
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Map
Open

FRIDAY

Serenity Den
Friday at 7:00 PM
1398 Crosby Rd
Oak Harbor, WA 98277-9313
Map
Open

Stillaguamish Senior Center
Friday at 7:00 PM
18308 Smokey Point Boulevard
Arlington, WA 98223-7825
Map
Open

Dakota Creek Industries
Friday at 7:30 PM
820 Fourth Street
Anacortes, WA 98221-1507
Map
Open

SATURDAY

Skagit Valley Hospital
Saturday at 7:00 PM
1415 East Kincaid Street
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Map
Open

American Legion
Saturday at 7:00 PM
115 N Olympic Avenue
Arlington, WA 98223-1335
Map
Open

For friends and family members of alcoholics, the struggle around substance abuse is very personal. And many of these individuals have their own unique set of problems that can be quite problematic without the right kind of support.

Al-Anon is a 12-step support group for these people in particular. And it offers friends and family members the opportunity to heal that they may not have gotten otherwise.

Thankfully, Mount Vernon is home to quite a few Al-Anon meetings too. Below are some of the closest.

Finding Freedom AFG
Friday 7:00 PM
Mount Vernon Senior Community Center
1401 Cleveland Ave, Mount Vernon, WA, 98273, USA
Meeting room a
0.6 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome

Skagit Serenity AFG
Wednesday 7:00 PM
MOUNT VERNON SENIOR CENTER
1401 CLEVELAND AVE, Mount Vernon, WA, 98273, USA
Use front door of senior center - in craft room
0.6 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome
Handicap Access

Freedom Focus AFG
Monday 6:30 PM
Faith Community Fellowship
1427 Monte Vista Dr, Mount Vernon, WA, 98273, USA
2.8 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome
Beginners
Handicap Access

Freedom Focus AFG
Monday 7:00 PM
Faith Community Fellowship
1427 Monte Vista Dr, Mount Vernon, WA, 98273, USA
2.8 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome
Beginners
Handicap Access

Not everyone feels comfortable sharing their personal experiences with a group of strangers. And this is especially true when the person is young and surrounded by people more than twice their age.

Alateen is an Al-Anon offshoot devoted specifically to helping young people open up and get the support they need. Members typically fall into a specific age range that’s unique to each group. And it can be incredibly helpful for people in these formative years.

There are three Alateen meetings in particular nearby.

Absolutely Awesome Alateen
Monday 6:30 PM
Faith Community Fellowship
1427 Monte Vista Drive, Mount Vernon, WA, 98273, USA
Age range 9-18. Front door
2.8 miles away

We Welcome You Alateen
Tuesday 7:30 PM
Immaculate Conception Church
1200 E 5th St, Arlington, WA, 98223, USA
Age range 11-19. Basement
18.6 miles away

Serenity Station Alateen
Monday 6:00 PM
Free Methodist Church-Arlington
730 East Highland Dr, Arlington, WA, 98223, USA
Age range 11-18. Enter from Rear Parking Lot
19.0 miles away
Handicap Access

Like friends and family members of alcoholics, the people surrounding a drug user can also often experience serious problems stemming from a lack of support and guidance. And Nar-Anon was created specifically to meet this need.

Like Al-Anon, meetings are built on the 12-step model. And also like Al-Anon, some of the topics of discussion that might be covered include:

Unfortunately, there’s only one meeting in the surrounding areas. You can find its information below.

No Matter What
Washington Trucking Yard
6615-172nd St NE
Arlington, WA 98223
Small building on the left immediately upon enter the yard.
Thursday
7:00pm

The trauma of growing up in a home run tainted by alcoholism can lead to serious problems. And for many individuals from this kind of background, these problems can and often do continue years or even decades after reaching adulthood.

Thankfully, there’s another 12-step group devoted specifically to these cases. And it’s called Adult Children of Alcoholics or ACoA.

ACoA has helped many people with a traumatizing past move forward and build new, healthier life skills they can start using today. And it’s a vital source of support that everyone should be aware of.

ACoA meetings aren’t as easy to find as other 12-step programs. But even still, there are quite a few to check out.

WASHINGTON, Freeland ( Island) 
Monday 07:00 pm
-This meeting is being held at : Carole's Barber Shop
5565 s lotto ave, 98249
(English) Open to all, Discussion, Fellowship Text, Book Study, Steps, Needs Support,

WASHINGTON, Everett ( Snohomish) 
Friday 05:30 pm
Everett ACA- We meet at Providence hospital, Pacific Campus, in the Monte Cristo Room, main floor across from the Café. We have no storage on site, so BYO, Red Book, and coffee. We do not sell literature at this time.
Providence Hospital, 916 Pacific Ave, 98290
(English) , Discussion, Book Study, Wheelchair Access, Non Smoking
Non Smoking 

Washington, Lynwood ( Snohomish) 
Monday 07:00 PM
Lynwood Harmony Group-across from the Fred Meyers on 196th. Verdant Community Center, Second Floor
4710 196th St. S.W., 98036
(English) Open to all, Discussion, Steps, Book Study, 
Non Smoking 

Washington, Lynwood ( King) 
Saturday 10:00 AM
Saturday 10am-Please park in the back and enter through the back door at the Lynnwood Alano Club, as the front door will be locked.
4001 198th Street SW, 98036
(English) Open to all, Discussion, Steps, Book Study, Fellowship Text, 
Non Smoking 

WASHINGTON, Bothell ( King) 
Saturday 08:00 am
Bothell Early Birds-First Lutheran Church in downtown Bothell WA
10207 NE 183RD ST, 98011
(English) Open to all, Discussion, Book Study, Speaker, Steps, 

Washington, Shoreline ( King) 
Wednesday 07:00 PM
Shoreline Wed ACA-Department of Human Services building
17018 15th Avenue NE, 98155
(English) Beginners, Open to all, Discussion, 

Washington, Shoreline ( King) 
Monday 12:00 pm
From Hurting to Healing to Helping-Second building on the left. See purple door that faces the parking lot
Shoreline UU Church 14724-1st Ave NE, 98155
() Open to All, Discussion, Fellowship Text,
"Read/Write/Share" format 

British Columbia, Victoria ( BC) 
Saturday 10:30 am
Love and Acceptance ACA Group-Corner of Finlayson and Douglas Streets, in the Van City Community Room. Access to the room is from the parking lot via a door between the credit union and the coffee shop.
3075 Douglas Street, V8Z-7H4
(English) Open to all, Discussion, Fellowship Text, Book Study, Steps, Wheelchair Access, Non-Smoking,

British Columbia, Victoria ( ) 
Tuesday 07:00 pm
Islanders C ACA Group-Take Arena Road off of Tillicum Road to go down behind Tillicum Mall. Go in the main doors of Parkes Rec Centre/Arena, take the first left, go all the way to the end of the hall, and then go right into the big daycare room.
Saanich Neighbourhood Place, 3100 Tillicum Road, V9A 6T2
(English) Beginners, Open to all, Discussion, Fellowship Text, Book Study, Steps, Wheelchair Access, Non-Smoking,
Please no children 

The 12-step model isn’t right for absolutely everyone. And for some, the inherent “spirituality” or even just the steps themselves might not mesh well with their current system of belief.

However, there are quite a few alternatives to be aware of. And SMART Recovery is one of the best ones around. This group is built on evidence-based strategies and techniques for overcoming cravings and supporting long-term recovery.

And you can find out more about these meetings below.

Burlington, Washington – Monday at 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
910 South Anacortes Street
98233 Burlington Washington
Meeting: #1700
Public Standard

Burlington, Washington – Wednesday at 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
910 South Anacortes Street
98233 Burlington Washington
Meeting: #1701
Public Standard

Burlington, Washington – Wednesday at 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
910 South Anacortes Street
98233 Burlington Washington
Meeting: #2590
Public Standard

Burlington, Washington-Thursday 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
910 South Anacortes Street
98233 Burlington Washington
Meeting: #3645
Public Standard

Anacortes, Washington – Sunday 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
1300 9th Street
98221 Anacortes Washington
Meeting: #3927
Adults Public Standard

Not everyone will be able to attend face-to-face meetings like those above. Maybe their schedule will be too full, they may have no means of transportation, or they could simply be bogged down by the stigmas surrounding addiction.

Whatever the reason, there are other ways to get the support that’s so essential. And online support groups are some of the best around.

These groups take place over email, in real-time chat rooms, or even via video conferencing calls. It depends on the group.

Below are some great places to get started.

Professional Treatment for The Best Recovery Outcomes

While support is crucial for long-term recovery, the truth is that it alone won’t often be enough to help an addict kick their problem to the curb for good. And many times, the initial stages of recovery are often the hardest to overcome.

That’s where a professional treatment program comes in. These programs specialize in getting recovering addicts through the most trying stages of sobriety. They use evidence-based strategies, techniques, and therapies to give patients the tools they need to effectively deal with cravings and adopt new, healthier lifestyles.

A professional program is usually classified as either a detoxification program or a rehabilitation program. Some programs may contain both, too.

Detoxification is the initial stage of treatment. And it deals primarily with treating the grueling symptoms of withdrawal once a drug is stopped. These symptoms can be hard to get through without support and may include:

  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Tremors
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Irritability
  • Paranoia
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting

A professional detoxification process helps keep patients from giving into these withdrawals and resorting back to using. But on top of that, they also protect recovering addicts from the dangerous and even deadly complications that may pop up during the withdrawal process.

In the end, a professional program is key to making detoxification as easy and as safe as possible.

Rehabilitation comes after detoxification and is all about addressing the more mental side of addiction. Treatments like one-on-one counseling, group talk, and behavioral therapies help reverse the compulsive habits of substance abusers and teach them how to live a healthier and happier life.

And without rehab, detoxification does little to nothing to support long-term sobriety on its own.

There are three different types of rehab programs too.

  • InpatientThis type of program is usually around 30 days and requires patients to stay in a centralized location throughout treatment. This allows for a more controlled environment and a more intensive level of care. However, these programs can make it difficult if not impossible to attend work or school at the same time.
  • Outpatient – An outpatient program offers a more flexible approach to recovery and usually lasts around 3 months. Treatment sessions usually occur several times a week in the evenings, giving patients the freedom to spend their days and nights as they wish. But since it’s a lower level of care, the risk of relapse is often higher in some cases too.
  • Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) – These types of outpatient programs offer a higher level of care without sacrificing flexibility. Treatment sessions usually take place more frequently throughout the week and tend to last a bit longer too.

There are in fact a few professional treatment programs nearby to choose from. However, just because there are programs in town doesn’t mean that they’re the best option. In fact, the key to a successful recovery is finding the facility that’s right for you, not just the one that’s closest.

And actually, deciding to travel for treatment can actually end up being one of the best choices you can make for your recovery. That’s because doing so opens up the door to so many different types of treatment programs – some of which can offer higher-quality services and more individualized care.

But there are also other benefits of travelling for treatment too. Below are some of the most notable.

  • It can make quitting a program on a whim more difficult
  • It can offer time for reflection
  • It can provide a new environment without all the old triggers of home
  • It can reduce the chances of running into someone you know
  • It can help solidify your commitment to recovery
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Northpoint Evergreen Bellevue

Support is always a vital part of any recovery plan. And without it, many recovering addicts simply won’t be able to achieve the long-term sobriety that they’re after. But thankfully, there are plenty of addiction resources near Mount Vernon, WA to help residents get clean and stay safe.

And when it’s time to find a professional program, Northpoint Evergreen in Bellevue is one of the best options in the region.

At The Evergreen, we offer the highest quality intensive outpatient programs in the entire Pacific Northwest. Our comfortable and modern facility boasts one of the highest staff-to-patient ratios available, fully individualized treatment programs, and nationally accredited care.

However, our programs aren’t necessarily right for everyone. And talking with an addiction professional is a great way to see if you or your loved one is a good fit.

Whether you’re looking for drug or alcohol rehabilitation or medical detox services, we can give you the guidance you’re looking for.

So, contact us today to begin your journey to recovery now. Trust us; you'll be so happy you did.

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