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Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation and Recovery Options for the Vancouver, Washington Area

The Vancouver, WA area offers several options for drug and alcohol rehab. Of course, this approach is not right for everyone. Some people prefer to begin recovering from their addictions by attending 12-Step meetings. That can also be effective, and there are several area meetings each week. 

Both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous have helped millions of people all over the world recover from addictions. For families who need support because of addicted loved ones, Al-Anon and Alateen are there to help them. 

Though we are not affiliated with these programs, we believe in them. We would like to offer you information on rehab and support group meetings that are taking place in the Puyallup area.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

There are several AA meetings taking place each week in the Vancouver area.

Daily Meetings

Lighthouse – More Light
2:00 pm
Park Hill Shopping Center
06415 E. Mill Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Lighthouse – Evening Light
5:30 pm
Park Hill Shopping Center
6415 E. Mill Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Central Group
8:00 pm
Road to Recovery Club
1501 Columbia St.
Vancouver, WA
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Lighthouse – Candle Light
9:30 pm
Park Hill Shopping Center
6415 E. Mill Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Meetings Held Monday Through Friday

Early Light
6:30 am
Peace Health Medical Center
600 NE 92nd Ave.
Vancouver, WA
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A New Morning
6:45 am
First Presbyterian Church
4300 Main St.
Vancouver, WA
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Miracles at Noon
12:00 pm
All Saints Episcopal Church
2206 NW 99th St.
Vancouver, WA
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McGillivray Study Group
12:00
Vancouver Elks Club
11605 SE McGillivray
Vancouver, WA
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As Bill Sees It
12:00 pm
9317 NE Highway 99
Suite M
Vancouver, WA
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Last Chance Group and Step Study
12:00 pm & 7:00 pm
Residential Meeting
4719 NE St. John’s Rd.
Vancouver, WA
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Sunday

First Shot 12x12
7:00 am
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
W. 13th at Franklin St.
Vancouver, WA
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Sunday Night Alternative
7:30 pm
Good Shepherd Church
805 SE Ellsworth
Vancouver, WA
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Monday

Over 55
1:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church
309 W. 39th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Women’s Step Sisters
7:30 pm
Columbia Presbyterian Church
805 Columbia Ridge Drive
Vancouver, WA
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Tuesday

Fresh Start
11:00 am
Salmon Creek United Methodist Church
12217 NE Highway 99
Vancouver, WA
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12x12 Study
7:00 pm
St. Luke’s Church
426 E. 4th Plain
Vancouver, WA
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Wednesday

Over 55
1:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church
309 W. 39th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Women in Action
5:30 pm
First Presbyterian Church
4300 Main St.
Vancouver, WA
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Thursday

Fresh Start
11:00 am
Salmon Creek United Methodist Church
12217 NE Highway 99
Vancouver, WA
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A New Life
7:00 pm
Cascade Presbyterian Church
9503 NE 86th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Friday

Forged From Adversity
6:00 pm
Northwest Gospel Church
305 NE 192nd Ave.
Vancouver, WA
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Reconciled Big Book Comes Alive
7:00 pm
3301 L St.
Room 3
Vancouver, WA
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Saturday

Miracles at Noon
12:00 pm
All Saints Episcopal Church
2206 NW 99th St.
Vancouver, WA
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As We Recovered
6:00 pm
Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church
12513 SE Mill Plain
Vancouver, WA
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Vancouver Addiction Resources

Narcotics Anonymous

The Vancouver area also offers several NA meetings throughout the week.

Meetings Held Monday Through Friday

St. Luke’s Church
12:00 pm
426 E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Sunday

Kleen Street Community Club
10:45 am
5317 NE St. Johns Rd.
Vancouver, WA
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Recovery Café Clark County
6:00 pm
3312 E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
Suite 100
Vancouver, WA
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Memorial Lutheran Church
8:30 pm
2700 East 28th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Monday

Grace Baptist Church
6:00 pm
9400 NE 50th Ave.
Vancouver, WA
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Memorial Lutheran Church
7:00 pm & 9:30 pm
2700 E. 28th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Tuesday

St. Andrew Church
6:00 pm
5607 NE Gher Rd.
Vancouver, WA
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Grace Baptist Church
6:30 pm
9400 NE 50th Ave.
Vancouver, WA
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Ainsworth United Church
7:00 pm
2941 NE Ainsworth St.
Portland, OR
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Memorial Lutheran Church
9:30 pm
2700 E. 28th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Wednesday

St. Luke’s Church
5:30 pm
426 E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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River’s Edge Church
7:00 pm
3801 Fruit Valley Rd.
Vancouver, WA
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Urgent Care
7:30 pm
3400 Main St.
Vancouver, WA
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Memorial Lutheran Church
9:30 pm
2700 E. 28th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Thursday

PCC Cascade Student Services
2:00 pm
705 North Kilingsworth St.
Portland, OR
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Grace Baptist Church
6:00 pm
9400 NE 50th Ave.
Vancouver, WA
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St. Luke’s Church
7:00 pm
426 E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Memorial Lutheran Church
9:30 pm
2700 E. 28th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Friday

Ainsworth United Church
11:30 am
2941 NE Ainsworth St.
Portland, OR
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St. Luke’s Church
6:15 pm
426 E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Memorial Lutheran Church
9:30 pm
2700 E. 28th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Saturday

North Portland Alano Association
5:30 pm
8929 North Lombard St.
Portland, OR
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First Presbyterian Church
7:00 pm
4300 Main St.
Vancouver, WA
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Memorial Lutheran Church
9:30 pm
2700 E. 28th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Family Support Meetings

There are many Vancouver area Al-Anon meetings that families can choose from.

There are two local Alateen meetings in the Vancouver area each week.

Sunday

Early Morning Meditation AFG
8:15 am
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Sunday Strength AFG
10:00 am
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Mt. Tabor AFG
8:00 pm
Grace Memorial Church
1535 NE 17th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Monday

Northwest at Noon AFG
12:00 pm
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Women Adult Children Survival to Recovery AFG
1:30 pm
Church of the Good Shepherd
805 SE Ellsworth Rd.
Vancouver, WA
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Hope for Today AFG
5:30 pm
Northminster Presbyterian Church
2823 N. Rosa Parks Way
Portland, OR
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5 Plus AFG
6:30 pm
Grace Memorial Church
1535 NE 17th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Weekend Survivors AFG
5:45 pm
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Monday Men’s Meeting
7:00 pm
Southwest Medical Center
600 NE 92nd Ave.
Vancouver, WA
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New Hope AFG
7:00 pm
Cascades Presbyterian Church
9503 NE 86th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Primarily Parents Too AFG
7:00 pm
Grant Park Church
2728 NE 34th
Portland, OR
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New Beginnings AFG
7:30 pm
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
3880 SE Brooklyn St.
Portland, OR
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Tuesday

Tuesday Recovery AFG
10:00 am
12x12 Club
7035 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR
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Northwest at Noon AFG
12:00 pm
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Beginning AFG
6:15 pm
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
147 NW 19th Ave.
Portland, WA
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Keep it Simple AFG
7:00 pm
Unity of Portland
4525 SE Stark St.
Portland, OR
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Faith and Freedom AFG
7:00 pm
Grace Memorial Church
1535 NE 17th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Tues Five Plus AFG
7:00 pm
Messiah Lutheran Church
905 NW 94th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Solutions and Serenity AFG
7:00 pm
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
147 NW 19th Ave.
Portland, WA
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Peaceful Thoughts AFG
7:30 pm
Immanuel Lutheran Church
8310 MacArthur Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Wednesday

Gratitude Group AFG
10:00 am
Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church
12513 SE Mill Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Northwest at Noon AFG
12:00 pm
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Tower AFG
12:00 pm
Lincoln Building
209 SW 4th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Growing Toward Wisdom Men’s AFG
6:15 pm
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Overlook AFG
6:30 pm
Northminister Presbyterian Church
2823 N. Rosa Park Way
Portland, OR
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Bent But Not Broken AFG
7:00 pm
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
14175 NW Cornell Rd.
Portland, OR
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Thursday

Safe Haven AFG
10:00 am
St. Pius X Church Youth Center
1280 NW Saltzman Rd.
Portland, OR
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Choosing to Change AFG
10:30 am
Church of the Good Shepherd
805 SE Ellsworth
Vancouver, WA
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Northwest at Noon AFG
12:00 pm
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Thursday Noon Young People’s AFG
12:00 pm
First Congregational United Church of Christ
1126 SW Park Ave.
Portland, OR
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Thursdays at 1:00 AFG
1:00 pm
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
3880 SE Brooklyn St.
Portland, OR
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Common Solution AFG
6:30 pm
Northminister Presbyterian Church
2823 N. Rosa Park Way
Portland, OR
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Thursday Night Women’s Adult Children AFG
7:00 pm
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
5607 NE Gher Rd.
Vancouver, WA
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Thursday Night Literature Study AFG
7:00 pm
Grace Memorial Episcopal Church
1535 NE 17th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Hazel Dell AFG
7:15 pm
Messiah Lutheran Church
905 NW 94th St.
Vancouver, WA
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Progress AFG
7:30 pm
Bethany Lutheran Church
4330 NE 37th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Friday

Faith and Freedom AFG
7:00 am
Grace Memorial Church
1535 NE 17th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Morning Glory AFG
9:30 am
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
3880 SE Brooklyn St.
Portland, OR
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Northwest at Noon AFG
12:00 pm
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Friday 12x12 AFG
1:30 pm
12x12 Club
7035 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR
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Young Adults Meeting AFG
7:00 pm
Lincoln St. Methodist Church
5145 SE Lincoln
Portland, OR
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TGIF AFG
7:00 pm
Columbia Presbyterian Church
805 Columbia Ridge Dr.
Vancouver, WA
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TGIF AFG
8:00 pm
St. Vincent’s Hospital
9205 SW Barnes Rd.
Portland, OR
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Saturday

Steps to Serenity AFG
9:00 am
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
3228 SW Sunset Blvd.
Portland, OR
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Spiritual Awakenings AFG
9:30 am
Portland Alano Club
909 NW 24th Ave.
Portland, OR
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One Step at a Time Adult Children AFG
10:00 am
Grace Memorial Church
1535 NE 17th Ave.
Portland, OR
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Stepping Stones AFG
12:00 pm
Church of the Good Shepherd
805 SE Ellsworth Rd.
Vancouver, WA
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Laurelhurst AFG
7:00 pm
St. Michaels and All Angels Episcopal Church
1732 NE 43rd Ave.
Portland, OR
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Came to Believe AFG
7:00 pm
Providence Hospital
4805 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR
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Awareness Newcomers AFG
7:30 pm
Peace Health Education Center
600 NE 92nd Ave.
Vancouver, WA
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Hazel Dell Alateen Family Group
Mondays at 4:00 pm
Recovery Resource Center
9317 NE Highway 99
Suite M
Vancouver, WA
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Steps to Freedom Alateen
Tuesdays at 7:30 pm
Immanuel Lutheran Church
8310 MacArthur Blvd.
Vancouver, WA
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Is Drug and Alcohol Rehab a Better Option for Recovering From an Addiction?

Even though it is well known that AA and NA meetings can work, they are not the best choice for every person. Some people need the type of attention and care they can only get by attending an alcohol and drug rehab program.

Fortunately, Washington State is home to some of the best addiction treatment facilities in the country. If rehab is the best approach, people have a lot of options to choose from.

There are several different types of substance abuse treatment programs in the Vancouver area. They include:

Every individual needs to decide which approach will work best for them. Many treatment programs offer free assessments that can help people make this important decision.

There is no “right” way to recover from an addiction. What matters most is for people to find the right fit and choose a program that will cater to their individual needs during recovery.

According to the SAMHSA treatment finder tool, there are 22 drug and alcohol rehabs within a 5-mile radius of Vancouver. But when searching within a 50-mile radius, the results indicate that there are more than 200 different options.

Still, not all of them will provide people with the type of treatment they need. Anyone who is considering going to rehab should always make sure the program is accredited by The Joint Commission. This ensures that they will receive the best possible care while they recover. Also, it is important to ask questions prior to making any kind of a commitment.

About the Outpatient Rehab at Northpoint the Evergreen

At Northpoint the Evergreen, we offer one of the best outpatient rehab programs in the region. All of our clients receive their own, dedicated and personalized treatment plans. This ensures that their needs are being met during recovery. In addition, we take great care in recommending the right type of treatment for them in an individual basis.

We offer three levels of treatment – intensive outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization and traditional outpatient rehab. That makes it easy to tailor our program to meet our clients’ needs.

Inpatient Treatment is Also an Option

Of course, not everyone is appropriate for outpatient rehab. Some need a higher level of care for any number of reasons. They may not be living in a safe home environment, or they may need to go through detox. For these individuals, inpatient treatment is the best choice for them, in many cases.

Our closest inpatient recovery facility is Northpoint Washington, which is located in Seattle. They offer a comprehensive program that has proven to be very effective in treating all kinds of addictions.

For alcoholics, the best option for them is often to start with alcohol rehab. Northpoint Washington’s program offers both detox and inpatient treatment services. They have a 28-day program that allows people to get help for both the physical and mental parts of their addictions.

Recovering from alcoholism is very difficult, and it can also be dangerous because of complications that can occur during withdrawal. For this reason, alcoholics should always consider getting professional help.

In the same way, drug addicts often need to turn to a professional drug rehab to recover successfully. Northpoint Washington offers an excellent addiction treatment program that includes detox services, if they are needed. It is a 28-day program, and it has shown to be very effective.

The Cost of Substance Abuse Treatment and Health Insurance Benefits

Many people do not realize that their health insurance company is required by law to provide them with addiction treatment benefits. At Northpoint the Evergreen, we are proud to be in-network with many of the most popular insurance companies in Washington State.

When Should Someone Consider Going to a Vancouver Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center?

Although both AA and NA have been shown to be helpful, some people need more. Support group meetings are great for peer counseling, but there are those who will benefit from a professional approach.

Addiction treatment can give people a lot more support, and they still benefit from peer counseling. But in addition, they get the opportunity to work with staff members who have treated addictions in the past. They know the types of treatment that work best, and they know how to address each patient’s specific issues.

Also, treatment might be the best approach for people who have not been successful at quitting on their own in the past. If a person has tried AA or NA and failed, it may be time to consider going to rehab.

How Many are Located in the Vancouver Area?

There are close to 20 different drug and alcohol rehabs that are located right in the City of Vancouver. The SAMHSA treatment locator tool also indicates that there are around 45 total programs within a 10-mile radius of the city.

Almost everyone knows that Washington has a serious addiction problem. There are so many people who need treatment, which is why there are so many options. But please note that not all of them are the best choice.

Patients and their families should carefully research any rehab before making a commitment. Asking questions is important, and they should only commit once they are confident that it is the right choice.

About the Outpatient Program at Northpoint the Evergreen

Our outpatient program is much different from many of the others in our local area. We know that the clients we serve all have various needs. That is why we put together a program that is designed to meet those needs.

We offer a traditional outpatient setting for anyone who has been through inpatient before, or who need that type of care. For those who need a higher level of treatment, our intensive outpatient program and partial hospitalization program are excellent. They allow our clients to have more time with staff to work on the issues that led to their addictions.

Some of our clients may also need to go through detox, and we will make the proper recommendations for them. When they are finished, they can come back and continue to recover.

What to do When Inpatient Treatment is Necessary

In some cases, it is essential for people to go through an inpatient program right from the start. These individuals may have a long history of relapsing, or they may not be able to resist the temptation to use if they live at home during treatment. Either way, we can help them too.

Northpoint Washington is our inpatient program, and it also offers detox services to those who need them. It is a 28-day program that involves multiple types of therapy in order to treat both alcoholism and drug addiction.

Does Your Health Insurance Pay for Detox and Rehab?

In 2010, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed, and this law changed the course of addiction treatment. Because of the ACA, people were able to get help paying for drug and alcohol rehab and detox from their health insurance companies.

Many people do not realize that their health insurance offers these benefits. It is important to check your policy, or you can get in touch with us and we can verify your insurance for you.

Northpoint the Evergreen

Our Addiction Recovery Facility

Some people need to opt for professional treatment in order to recover from an addiction. They can get the help they need through Northpoint the Evergreen. Our facility is located only 2 hours and 37 minutes away from the Vancouver area.

Our Closest Outpatient Location:

Our Closest Inpatient Location:

Our IOP program is among the best in the region. For those in need of medical detox, we would be happy to provide a referral so they can get the help they need.

Do you have questions about the addiction recovery resources that are available in the Vancouver area? Please contact us.

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