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Omak, Washington Area Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Resources and Information

For those who are searching for drug and alcohol addiction recovery resources, it is easy to find them in the Omak, WA area. For example, there are those who will need to strongly consider going to a rehabilitation center for help. Others may feel better about attending Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings. There are also ways for families to get support through meetings by Al-Anon and Alateen

These organizations have changed so many lives, and while we are not affiliated with them, we believe in them. We felt they should be included here in this guide to the Omak area’s addiction recovery resources.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Attending an Omak area AA meeting can make such a difference in the life of someone who wants to stop drinking. There are many in the local area.

Sunday

Sunday Awakening Meeting
9:00 am
Rock Church
231 3rd Ave. S
Okanogan, WA
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Okanogan Valley Group
7:00 pm
Rock Church
231 3rd Ave. S
Okanogan, WA
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De La Oscuridad a La Luz
7:00 pm
Iglesia Methodista
130 Bartlett Ave. W
Omak, WA
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Monday

Step By Step Meeting
12:00 pm
Community Presbyterian Church
9 Birch St. S
Omak, WA
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Booze Brothers Group (Men’s Meeting)
7:00 pm
Community Presbyterian Church
9 Birch St. S
Omak, WA
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Serenity Sisters Group (Women’s Meeting)
7:00 pm
St. Anne’s Episcopal Church
639 E. Ridge Dr.
Omak, WA
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Tuesday

Omak Group
7:00 pm
St. Joseph Catholic Church
530 Jackson St.
Omak, WA
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Wednesday

New Beginnings Group
8:00 am
Community Presbyterian Church
9 Birch St. S
Omak, WA
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Okanogan Valley Group
7:00 pm
Rock Church
231 3rd Ave. S
Okanogan, WA
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Thursday

Cheers Group
12:00 pm
Community Presbyterian Church
9 Birch St. S
Omak, WA
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Native American Group
7:00 pm
St. Joseph Catholic Church
530 Jackson St.
Omak, WA
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Friday

Living Sober
12:00 pm
Rock Church
231 3rd Ave. S
Okanogan, WA
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No Resentments
7:00 pm
Rock Church
231 3rd Ave. S
Okanogan, WA
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Saturday

Saturday Candlelight
7:00 pm
Rock Church
231 3rd Ave. S
Okanogan, WA
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Omak Addiction Resources

Narcotics Anonymous

There are several NA meetings being held in the Omak area all week long. This is a great support group that helps people with all types of addictions.

Sunday

Club House at River’s Edge
4:00 pm
305 Magers St.
Twisp, WA
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OBHC Shove House
5:00 pm
1007 Koala Ave.
Omak, WA
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Monday

Pierre House
12:00 pm & 7:00 pm
327 Edmonds St.
Omak, WA
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Tuesday

United Methodist Church
7:00 pm
130 Cedar St. N
Omak, WA
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Wednesday

Pierre House
12:00 pm & 7:00 pm
327 Edmonds St.
Omak, WA
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NVH Board Room
7:00 pm
203 S. Western Ave.
Tonasket, WA
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Edmonds Hall
7:00 pm
327 Edmonds St.
Omak, WA
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United Methodist Church
7:00 pm
130 Cedar St. N
Omak, WA
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Friday

Pierre House
12:00 pm & 7:00 pm
327 Edmonds St.
Omak, WA
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NVH Board Room
7:00 pm
203 S. Western Ave.
Tonasket, WA
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Methow Valley Masonic Lodge
7:00 pm
223 Hwy 20
Twisp, WA
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Saturday

Pierre House
12:00 pm & 7:00 pm
327 Edmonds St.
Omak, WA
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Help and Support for Family Members and Loved Ones

The family are the ones who often bear the brunt of their loved ones’ addictions. It can be so difficult to cope, but Al-Anon and Alateen meetings can help. There are many of them that take place in the Omak area all week long.

Sunday

Sunday Morning AFG
10:30 am
Alano Club
1700 W. 7th Ave.
Spokane, WA
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Sunday AFG at 5 pm
Sunday 5:00 pm
Alano Club
724 W. 3rd Ave.
Moses Lake, WA
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Hugs R Us AFG
6:00 pm
Daybreak
628 S. Cowley St.
Spokane, WA
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Into Action AFG
7:30 pm
Advent Lutheran Church
13009 E. Broadway Ave.
Spokane Valley, WA
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Monday

Serenity by the Lake AFG
1:30 pm
Liberty Lake Community Library
23123 E. Mission Ave.
Liberty Lake, WA
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TGIM AFG
7:00 pm
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
428 King St.
Wenatchee, WA
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Tuesday

Tuesday Morning AFG
10:00 am
Immanuel Lutheran Church
1020 S. A St.
Moses Lake, WA
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Searchers for Serenity AFG
7:00 pm
Catholic Trinity Center
327 Edmonds St.
Omak, WA
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Wednesday

We Can AFG
12:00 pm
Colville Community Church
930 S. Elm St.
Colville, WA
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Republic AFG
12:00 pm
Republic Presbyterian Church
605 S. Keller St.
Republic, WA
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Wednesday Noon Newport AFG
12:00 pm
American Lutheran Church
332801 Highway 2
Newport, WA
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Thursday

Colville Courage to Change AFG
6:00 pm
Williamson Consulting
270 S. Main St.
Colville, WA
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Friday

Let Go and Let God AFG
7:00 pm
Okanogan United Methodist Church
231 3rd Ave. S
Okanogan, WA
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Saturday

One Day at a Time AFG
10:00 am
United Way Office
105 S. Mission Ave.
Wenatchee, WA
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Thursday

Hope Through Alateen
9:00 am
Darrington High School
1085 Fir St.
Darrington, WA
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Drug and Alcohol Treatment

There are some people who do very well with AA and NA, and others who find that they need more support. In those instances, it is important to consider whether alcohol and drug treatment should be considered.

The first step is the recovery process for someone who has chosen treatment is usually medical detox. Of course, this will largely depend on the type of addiction they suffer from. Those who are addicted to opioids, alcohol, benzodiazepines and/or stimulants will most likely be recommended for this form of treatment.

Medical detox helps by treating withdrawal symptoms, which can become quite painful, and even dangerous in some cases. This form of treatment has allowed people to have a much better chance at success in the long-term.

Not everyone who needs to go to rehab can commit to an inpatient program. There are some who truly need to find an outpatient treatment center. The reality is that both are excellent, and the right outpatient program can be just as effective as inpatient care.

A high quality outpatient rehab will include many methods of treatment, including individual therapy and group therapy. Both are often essential parts of the recovery process.

Northpoint the Evergreen

Our Addiction Treatment Facility

Our closest drug and alcohol rehab center to the Omak area is Northpoint the Evergreen in Bellevue, Washington. We are located about four hours away.

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Do you need to know more about the addiction recovery resources in the Omak area? Are you interested in talking to someone about your treatment options? We are here to help. Please contact us today.

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