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Bothell Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Residents in the small town of Bothell, Washington have been struggling with drug and alcohol abuse for many years. According to an article in the “Bothell-Kenmore Reporter”, heroin is high on the list of drugs being misused, and opioid-related overdose deaths are a major concern. The County Executive in King County, Dow Constantine, set up a task force to determine the best way to combat the heroin epidemic. Constantine’s deputy director of communications, Chad Lewis, has this to say: “Right now you have people dying in the alleyways and streets and homes – living rooms – so it’s an increasingly fatal epidemic, so that’s the most urgent need, stopping the sharp increase in fatal overdoses.”

While Bothell works to curb substance abuse in its community, it also provides treatment by way of detox, outpatient, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), residential treatment and aftercare. If you are suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction in the Bothell area, do not give up hope. There are addiction specialists who are dedicated to helping you overcome your drug and/or alcohol addiction. By calling The Recovery Village, you can speak with an intake coordinator who can give you information on:

  • Bothell drug treatment facilities
  • Bothell alcohol treatment facilities
  • Bothell drug rehab
  • Bothell alcohol rehab
  • Bothell drug detox
  • Bothell alcohol detox
  • Inpatient drug rehab (Bothell, WA)
  • Outpatient drug rehab (Bothell, WA)

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You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Drug addiction is a widespread issue in America, no matter what the substance is. Millions of Americans are addicted to both illegal and legal substances. For example, in 2013, 1.5 million adults in America used cocaine. If you are suffering from drug addiction, it’s imperative that you reach out and get help. Give us a call at The Recovery Village, and we can help you to make sure you receive the most effective treatment.

Finding Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Bothell, Washington

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers in Bothell, WA

The nationwide opioid epidemic has taken its toll on far too many people. Residents of Bothell, Washington are no strangers to the problem and have seen it first hand. There is good news, however, for people who are seeking drug addiction treatment in the city of Bothell, Washington. Currently there are more than 100 facilities offering treatment of drugs and/or alcohol. When faced with such a vast number of choices, it can be confusing to know which will work out best for you. When taking a look at treatment options for drug or alcohol dependency, every facility will most likely fall within the following categories:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    This type of program is administered on an inpatient basis. A residential treatment program is a structured environment where patients can break their normal routine. Some patients begin at such a facility for detox and then stay while they receive a medication-assisted treatment or MAT. Along with medical intervention, patients also receive psychological counseling and group therapy. This can be the best option for some patients with serious challenges with addiction. Patients are carefully monitored 24/7 by medical staff and stay between 30 to 90 days.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    For those patients who have family and work commitments, partial hospitalization can be the ideal solution. PHP treatment usually lasts for 4 to 6 weeks and is regarded as one step down from residential treatment therapy. Patients stay at the facility for approximately 7 to 8 hours each day or they may opt for an occasional overnight stay if they or their doctor feels that it is necessary.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    This type of treatment program can be ideal for those patients who have only a mild addiction. Outpatient treatment is both flexible and discreet and allows patients to stay in their own home at night. While such an arrangement can be very beneficial for those who have families or other commitments, it isn’t for everyone. In order to be successful, it is recommended that patients who choose outpatient therapy have already gone through detox or sought treatment through a residential and or PHP treatment if necessary.

There is an additional option for patients to consider when seeking treatment. Many find it beneficial to go to a facility that is located outside of their own immediate area or even outside of the state. Some national treatment facilities like the Recovery Village can give patients the kind of treatment they need by offering the widest range of treatment options and resources.

Detox Centers

Detoxification is an important step that you have to go through when treating an alcohol or drug addiction. If you are dependent upon certain substances like alcohol or benzodiazepines, you may have a more involved detox process. Withdrawal symptoms can be severe, and it can be dangerous or even deadly to detox on your own. This is why many people choose to seek the assistance available at a detox center.

While detox centers can be beneficial, they do not offer treatment programs in which the psychological and emotional work of recovery is done. This is why your best option is a national network of rehabilitation centers like The Recovery Village where you can go through medically supervised detox and then go straight into a residential treatment program where the real work will begin.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Help can be found for both patients and their loved ones through support groups throughout the city of Bothell. These groups offer self-empowerment and coping skills and an atmosphere where discussion and moral support are freely given. Many patients, their families, friends and colleagues have found such groups essential when dealing with issues of drug or alcohol dependency.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Approximately 1.3 million of the people in the U.S. who were estimated to have been directly affected by Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) sought treatment in in 2015. Non-profit organizations like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) play an important role in the treatment of many of those people. AA is a non-profit organization offering group support for those who are suffering from alcohol addiction. AA relies on a 12-step program to assist in a patient’s rehabilitation and aftercare. Whether you graduate from  a Bothell alcohol rehab center or a facility in any other city, attending AA meetings can help you stay sober. Below are a few of the AA meetings being held in Bothell:

  • 12 x 12 Fellowship Hall
    Where:
    23732 Bothell Everett Hwy.
    Bothell, WA 98011

  • Bothell United Methodist Church
    Where:
    18515 92nd Ave. NE
    Bothell, WA 98011

  • Park Ridge Chapel
    Where:
    3805 Maltby Rd.
    Bothell, Washington 98012

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Like AA, Narcotics Anonymous (NA), is a non-profit organization offering group support. NA also uses a 12-step program and holds meetings in and around Bothell, Washington for those struggling with drug addiction. In addition to treatment and counseling, patients who regularly attend NA meetings find them to be to be of great help. Regardless of where you receive drug treatment, Bothell’s NA meetings can help you stay in recovery. Below is a list of a few of the NA meetings being held in the Bothell area:

  • 12 x 12 Fellowship Hall
    Where:
    23732 Bothell Everett Hwy.
    Bothell, WA 98011

  • Bothell United Methodist Church
    Where:
    18515 92nd Ave. NE
    Bothell, WA 98011

  • Park Ridge Chapel
    Where:
    3805 Maltby Rd.
    Bothell, Washington 98012

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART, which is short for Smart Management for Addiction Recovery Training, is a non-profit organization which holds group support meetings around the country. Meetings are usually free and open to the public except when noted as a special or private meeting. SMART Recovery uses a four-point recovery program that keeps participants motivated, gives them coping skills, assists in dealing with urges and gives advice on leading a balanced life. Patients have found that SMART meetings encourage self-empowerment and self-reliance and are educational as well. Some Bothell drug rehab centers and other facilities in the country offer SMART Recovery meetings as part of their treatment programs. The following locations are for SMART Recovery meetings located within a 50-mile radius of Bothell, Washington:

  • Fremont Baptist Church
    Where:
    717 N. 36th St.
    Seattle, WA 98103

  • SageMed Clinic
    Where:
    12,600 SE 37th St.
    Bellevue, WA 98006

  • Jackson Park Community Center
    Where:
    90 Olding Rd.
    Bremerton, WA 98312

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Life with a person that is dealing with drug and/or alcohol addiction can be unnerving. For non-addicted, family, friends and loved ones, having support available is vital. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon offer counseling and support non-addicts who either live with or interact with people currently facing a substance misuse problem. Here are a few of the Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings available in Bothell.

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Seeds of Hope
    Bothell United Methodist Church
    18515 92nd Ave. NE
    Bothell, WA 98012

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Hope Lives Here
    Luther Memorial Lutheran Church
    13047 Greenwood Ave. N.
    Seattle, WA 98113

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Bothell Monday Night AFG
    3805 Maltby Rd.
    Bothell, WA 98012

There are many treatment centers available to the residents of Bothell, Washington, but sometimes the most comprehensive recovery programs are found outside of the city. If you don’t think an alcohol or drug rehab in Beverett, WA, would be the best fit for you, consider seeking drug addiction treatment in the surrounding communities:

Local Communities Served

  • 98013
  • 98030
  • 98033
  • 98052
  • 98170

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Bothell was last modified: October 6th, 2017 by The Recovery Village