Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Resources in Snohomish
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Snohomish Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources
Substance abuse is becoming an epidemic all throughout the country. Every day, more and more people are being afflicted with substance use disorder. This deadly disease is destroying families, careers and lives. Every day in America, there are 1000 visits to emergency departments that are related to opioid misuse. This is a deeply disturbing statistic. Just because a substance is legal when prescribed (like oxycodone or hydrocodone) does not mean that it is any less dangerous.
The city of Snohomish in the state of Washington is not immune to the epidemic of drug and alcohol addiction. In the Snohomish Health District report released in January of 2015, it was reported that the rate of heroin deaths in Snohomish County exceeded the statewide figure.
In spite of these harrowing statistics, it is not too late to ask for help if you are one of the millions in America suffering from substance use disorder. There are countless online resources available to help, including those that provide information about Snohomish drug treatment facilities and Snohomish alcohol treatment facilities. If you prefer to speak directly with someone to learn more about your options, an intake coordinator from The Recovery Village can give you information about:
- Snohomish alcohol rehab
- Snohomish drug rehab
- Snohomish drug detox
- Snohomish alcohol detox
- Inpatient drug rehab (Snohomish, WA)
- Outpatient drug rehab (Snohomish, WA)
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Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Snohomish, WA
Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Snohomish, Washington
The first thing you need to do when you decide you want to seek treatment is research the different facilities that are available to you. But before you can do that, you need to have a better idea of the treatment programs that are available. Many Washington rehab facilities offer different levels of treatment including:
Residential Treatment Programs
The inpatient (residential) treatment program allows patients to stay in the facility so that they have access to medical care 24 hours a day. This is a great fit for patients who do not have a stable living situation currently or patients who need to be monitored more closely. Patients who are at a greater risk of relapsing are typically a good fit for inpatient treatment programs as well.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
The partial hospitalization program or PHP allows patients to get the same rehabilitation activities as residential patients, but they are allowed to go home at night. Patients in this program have a little more freedom and flexibility meaning that they will need to be a little more stable than inpatient patients to prevent relapse.
Outpatient Treatment Programs
The program with the most flexibility is the outpatient treatment program. Patients in this program only spend 10 to 15 hours per week at the facility. This is the best fit for patients who have work or family duties they cannot get out of. Patients in this program will need to be even more stable so that they do not relapse.
While there are many options locally, one of the wisest things you can do when you are seeking treatment is go with a national network of rehabilitation facilities like The Recovery Village. At The Recovery Village, you will find world class amenities, healing activities, highly experienced addiction specialists and a friendly staff of people dedicated to your recovery.
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For those who are looking for detox centers in Snohomish, Washington, there are several options. Detox centers are helpful for those who need to detox from a certain substance so that they can begin a treatment program free of that substance. The first stage in recovery is conquering the physical aspects of your dependence.
The next stage, however, is the most critical stage, and that is when you go into a treatment program. In this stage, you do all of the psychological and emotional work to conquer your dependence. This is incredibly important. The reason many people choose a national treatment center like The Recovery Village instead of a detox center is because at a detox center, there are no treatment programs. At The Recovery Village, patients can go from detox into an inpatient program, which is a beneficial approach.
Recovery Meetings Near You
It’s amazing when you take that step to complete a treatment program, but your work is not over. The work that you started in your treatment program can be continued in a recovery group like SMART Recovery, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. There are many options for meetings in and around Snohomish. Whether you receive treatment at a Snohomish drug rehab center or Snohomish alcohol rehab center, most facilities in Washington (and nationwide) can provide information about these helpful meetings.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) MeetingsAlcoholics Anonymous was established in 1935. When Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith founded the group, it started small. Now, it has grown to be the largest and most respected recovery group on the planet with over 100,000 groups meeting in over 170 countries. In an AA meeting, members that are recovering from alcohol addiction gather to share their thoughts and feelings with each other. Here are the meeting options for the Snohomish area.
- Happy Hour Where: 621 Ford Ave. Snohomish, WA 98290
- Clearview Big Book Study Where: Four Square Church 17210 Hwy. 9 Snohomish, WA 98296
- Silver Lake 12 X 12 Advent Lutheran Church 4306 132nd St. SE. Mill Creek, WA 98296
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) MeetingsNarcotics Anonymous was established in 1953, almost 2 decades after Alcoholics Anonymous. Currently, NA is the second largest recovery group with active groups in over 139 countries all over the world. Where Alcoholics Anonymous focuses on members recovering from alcohol addiction, Narcotics Anonymous focuses on members that are recovering from drug addiction. Here are the NA meetings that are available in Snohomish.
- Old Snohomish Library Where: 1st & Cedar St. Snohomish, WA 98290
- Bridge Church of Snohomish Where: 6016 99th Ave. SE. Snohomish, WA 98290
- Pinehurst Baptist Church Where: 1902 Madison St. Everett, WA 98203
SMART Recovery MeetingsFor those who need a different approach, SMART Recovery (which means Self-Management for Addiction Recovery Training) approaches addiction from the standpoint of it being destructive behaviors that need to be controlled and managed, not a disease that leaves its victims powerless. SMART Recovery is all about self-empowerment and self-reliance. There are many meetings all over the world including these meetings that are close to Snohomish.
- Everett Community Justice Center Where: 5625 Evergreen Way Suite 108 Everett WA 98203
- Fremont Baptist Church Where: 717 N. 36th St. Seattle, WA 98103
- Mercer Island Martial Arts Where: 2630 77th Ave. SE Mercer Island, WA 98040
Al-Anon and Nar-Anon MeetingsWhile drug and alcohol addiction is certainly difficult for those who experience it first hand, it is also a challenge to the people who love people who are addicted. If your wife, husband, son, daughter, mother, father, sister, brother, friend, girlfriend, boyfriend or other relative has drug and/or alcohol addiction, there is a good chance that you will need support from others who understand. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are the groups that give loved ones a supportive environment. Here are the meeting opportunities in Snohomish.
- Al-Anon Where: Serenity on Saturdays AFG 625 Ford Ave. Snohomish, WA 98290
- Al-Anon Where: Tuesday Morning Reflections in Snohomish AFG 1305 Pine Ave. Snohomish, WA 98290
- Nar-Anon Where: Helping Hands First Presbyterian Church 1306 Lakeview Ave. Snohomish, WA 98290
When you are searching for Snohomish, Washington, drug rehab or Snohomish,Washington, alcohol rehab, there are many resources you need to consider. There are also quite a few valuable recovery resources in neighboring cities that may be worth exploring.
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