Getting through drug or alcohol addiction is very difficult. It can be hard to admit there is a problem and hard to seek help. It is lonely and frightening and hard to manage alone. But sobriety can be yours. Support groups can provide the support and encouragement that can get you through this. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) help those with addiction find hope and healing. With many options for group meetings in Puyallup, you can find a group of people dealing with the same things you are, and you can also find healing and recovery.

Whether you choose a group within a structured addiction treatment program in Puyallup or a standalone meeting, an NA or AA meeting can provide you with the support and peer encouragement to help you find sobriety. The lovely thing about these meetings is that people at all levels of recovery are there, each providing support and gaining support from others. Just as you are finding help, you never know how you may help someone else. Here you can find the strength for long-term healing from alcoholism.

AA Meetings in Puyallup, Washington

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are free and open to anyone seeking a path to sobriety. There is no judgment or discrimination in AA meetings in Puyallup. Members focus on the 12-step program, which is a set of principles that will help remove the obsession to drink while empowering you to lead a fulfilling, sober life. AA meetings are prevalent in Puyallup and are safe havens where members can share stories and fears and unpack the heavy weight of addiction.

It does not matter where you may be on your journey. Whether you are just starting out to find sobriety or you have been sober for years, you can find strength in a meeting and offer your own support to others. A network of support is in all Puyallup AA meetings. You just have to find the one that is right for you.

Finding AA Meeting Near Me

Each meeting will have its own vibe, depending on things like where it is held, who is leading it, and who is attending. Even time of day can make a difference. Meetings are often held in religious centers, community centers, libraries, and private homes. Some people like to ask questions before attending so they have an idea of what to expect.

Some questions may be:
  • Who attends the group?
  • How many usually come?
  • Who is leading it and what is his or her backstory?
  • How is the meeting held?

A good strategy to finding a meeting is to know that you may have to attend a meeting a few times before feeling comfortable, or you may have to try a few different meeting settings to find the one for you. You can look on the Alcoholics Anonymous website to help locate meetings. Just know that there is one for you.

Here are some of the meeting locations for AA in Puyallup:

Firgrove Group
Pilgrim Lutheran Church
10510 136th St. E.
Puyallup, WA 98374

Puyallup Conscious Contact 
Puyallup A.I.R.
319 S. Meridian
Puyallup, WA 98372

Light of the Hill Methodist Church
11304 136th St. E.
Puyallup, WA 98374

NA Meetings in Puyallup

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is the second largest 12-step group. Like AA, NA meetings are open to the public and are always free and easy to find. If you are struggling with a drug addiction, you are welcome here. Puyallup NA meetings are held around the city in places like churches, parks, community centers, or other public venues. Here, you can find sobriety and the encouragement to maintain a drug-free life. Members support and encourage each other to live honest, open-minded lives, and have the willingness to move forward to a life without drugs. For those seeking recovery, this support network can be one of the most valuable tools for success.

Finding NA Meetings Near Me

NA meetings in Puyallup are offered throughout the city at varying times of the day. Because each group will have a different dynamic, it is important to find the one with which you feel the most comfortable. This may mean trying different meetings or at least trying one a few times to find a connection. Because people will be at each meeting at different points in their journey, everyone can bring knowledge and support for each other. You never know what you may have to offer to make a big difference in someone else’s life.

If you need help finding a meeting you would like to attend, consult the Narcotics Anonymous website for a listing of meetings in the Puyallup area.

Here are a few meeting locations to get you started:

Light on the Hill
Light of the Hill Methodist Church
11304 136th St. E.
Puyallup, WA 98374

NA Support Puyallup
Denny’s Restaurant Dining Room
319 S. Meridian
Puyallup, WA 98374

Good Samaritan Hospital
506A 14th Ave. S.E.
Puyallup, WA 98373

At The Recovery Village, we believe that peer support groups are key to recovery. AA meetings, NA meetings, and 12-step programs are essential to recovery and can work with any level of care we offer. Addiction is scary and it is lonely, but please know that you are not alone with this. We can help you, and you can find relief, safety, and support in a meeting where there is no judgment, only encouragement from others going through the very same thing. We are here when you are ready to reach out to us.