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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Resources in Snohomish, Washington

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Snohomish, Washington, is a small city with a historic center of town listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in Snohomish County, on the Puget Sound, it’s between Skagit County and King County, where Seattle is located.

Snohomish is known for its natural beauty. For example, the county has beaches, hills and rivers as well as farmland. To the east are alpine forests including Glacier Peak, which is the highest point in the county and one of the highest in the state. Snohomish is considered a highly livable community thanks to the recreational, arts and culture scene that thrives here.

Unfortunately, along with all the many positive elements of life in Snohomish County, there are downsides as well. For example, according to the sheriff, the opioid epidemic has hit the area especially hard. While Snohomish County makes up only around 11% of the population of Washington, they have experienced 14% of all deaths related to opioids in the state. Snohomish County has also experienced 16% of all the statewide deaths related to heroin use.

While it can be troubling to hear the facts and statistics surrounding drug abuse and addiction in Snohomish and nationwide, there are resources available locally and throughout the state of Washington. Snohomish County drug treatment centers, and treatment centers across Washington, including The Recovery Village Ridgefield, are ready to help.

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The Recovery Village Ridgefield

888 Hillhurst Rd. Ridgefield, WA 98642
(877) 594-0735

Why Choose Rehab in Snohomish?

There are reasons you might choose a rehab center in Snohomish, as compared to traveling out of the city or state for treatment. For example, when you choose a rehab in Snohomish, it may allow you to stay close to family or loved ones who could play an important role in your recovery. You may also be unable to travel for treatment for physical or health reasons or because of commitments at home.

However, traveling out of Snohomish for treatment can also have benefits. It gives you a wider number of treatment centers to choose from. Traveling for rehab can also help you leave behind all of the things that surround your addiction, including people and places.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Snohomish

For someone searching for Snohomish drug treatment centers, there are 100 programs within 25 miles of the county. These programs include inpatient and outpatient rehab centers as well as detox programs. There are also nearby centers in cities like Monroe and Everett.

Detox Centers

detox center is a place where you can receive treatment as you go through withdrawal from drugs or alcohol. A detox center may offer treatment on an inpatient or outpatient basis. Detox centers are not a form of addiction treatment on their own. Rather, a detox center is the initial step in the addiction treatment process.

During detox, your body eliminates traces of drugs and alcohol. A managed and supervised detox can help you stay safe and increase your comfort level as you go through the withdrawal process.

For someone seeking a detox center in Seattle or Snohomish County, there are:

  • 19 programs offering general detox treatment
  • Seven hospital inpatient detox programs
  • Seven residential detox options
  • Nine outpatient detox options

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient treatment is an opportunity for people who struggle with addiction to receive comprehensive care. Inpatient treatment is intensive and includes different types of therapy. For example, during an average day, someone in inpatient rehab might receive individual therapy, one-on-one therapy and also participate in multiple group therapy sessions.

Inpatient treatment can include holistic care, as well. For example, patients might practice yoga, meditation or mindfulness training and receive nutritional counseling.

If you are looking for inpatient drug rehab in Snohomish County or nearby, there are:

  • 14 residential treatment programs
  • Ten short-residential programs
  • Five long-term residential treatment programs

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment programs are a type of drug or alcohol treatment where you don’t have to live in a residential facility. Outpatient treatment offers more flexibility for patients who don’t need an intensive level of treatment or aren’t able to participate in a higher-level program. The intensity of outpatient treatment can vary quite a bit, including the required time commitment. For example, there are intensive outpatient programs, as well as partial hospitalization.

There are around 145 outpatient drug rehabs in Snohomish County and within 25 miles, including in Monroe and Everett. Of those treatment programs in Snohomish County and nearby:

  • 12 are partial hospitalization programs
  • 122 have intensive outpatient programs
  • 144 offer regular outpatient treatment

Aftercare Programs

Aftercare programs are an extremely important part of comprehensive treatment. During aftercare programs, you might regularly check in with a therapist, or continue to attend programming at a treatment center. Other forms of aftercare can include rehab alumni groups and support groups like 12-step programs.

Recovery Meetings in Snohomish

When you complete a treatment program, you’ve accomplished something life-changing, but the work of recovery isn’t over. Addiction is a complicated and chronic disease. Recovery meetings can help you continue your work to stay drug and alcohol-free. Recovery meetings include 12-step programs in Snohomish, but alternatives exist as well, such as SMART Recovery meetings. If you’re unsure of how to get started with recovery meetings in Snohomish, your treatment team can help you and provide you with more information.

AA Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is one of the longest-standing and most well-known recovery groups. AA meetings in Snohomish County are available at different locations and allow people to come together and receive and provide support to others who struggle with alcohol addiction. Snohomish County AA meetings include:

  • Attitude Adjustment Meeting
    The Living Room Coffee House
    1636 4th St.
    Marysville, WA 98720
  • Big Book Study Group
    34 Oaks Fellowship Hall
    1731 Baker Avenue
    Everett, WA 98201
  • A New Morning
    St. Phillips Episcopal Church
    4312 84th Street Northeast
    Marysville, WA 98270

NA Meetings in Snohomish

Narcotics Anonymous or NA is a 12-step group built on the idea of a Higher Power. NA meetings in Snohomish County include discussion of the Big Book literature, sharing of stories and experiences, and fellowship with people who struggle with substance addiction. The following are some of the NA meetings in Snohomish County:

  • Step Study Traditional Study
    Old Snohomish Library
    1st & Cedar St.
    Snohomish, WA 98290
  • Literature Study
    Bridge Church of Snohomish
    6016 99th Ave. SE
    Snohomish, WA 98290
  • Literature Study
    Pinehurst Baptist Church
    1902 Madison St.
    Everett, WA 98203

SMART Recovery Near Snohomish

You may prefer a support and recovery group that takes a different approach than 12-step meetings. One international alternative is SMART Recovery. SMART Recovery is “Self-Management for Addiction Recovery Training.” It’s not a group that is based on a Higher Power, and it’s open to people with any substance or behavioral addiction. Some of the closest SMART Recovery meetings to Snohomish include:

  • Associated Behavioral Health Care
    2111 N Northgate Way
    Suite 212
    Seattle, WA 98133
  • Sacred Heart Church
    205 2nd Avenue North
    Seattle, WA 98109
  • Cascade Behavioral Health
    12844 Military Road
    Tukwila, WA 98168

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings in Snohomish

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are family support groups. These are groups for the loved ones of someone who struggles with drug or alcohol addiction. They are a modified 12-step format for people affected by someone else’s alcohol or substance abuse. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings in Snohomish, WA include:

  • Snohomish Wednesday Night AFG
    St. John’s Episcopal Church
    913 2nd St.
    Snohomish, WA 98290
  • Tuesday Morning Reflections in Snohomish AFG
    Christ the King Lutheran Church
    1305 Pine Ave.
    Snohomish, WA 98290
  • Helping Hands
    First Presbyterian Church
    1306 Lake View Ave.
    Snohomish, WA 98290

Local Substance Abuse Prevention Efforts

Along with nearby treatment centers and recovery groups, there are other local substance abuse prevention organizations. One such resource is the Snohomish Overdose Prevention organization that works to provide information about opioids, prevention resources and tools to connect people in the community with treatment and support. Action teams are also part of the organization, including the Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management and Snohomish County Human Services.

Government Initiatives

In Snohomish County, unique government initiatives are in place to help people struggling with substance abuse. One of these is called the Snohomish County Adult Drug Treatment Court or ADTC. The Snohomish County Drug Court is designed to help supervise addicted felony defendants who committed non-violent crimes by referring them to a drug treatment program instead of prison. The goal of this drug court is to help end the cycle of repeated arrests and incarcerations for people living in Snohomish County who struggle with addiction.

Community Organizations

Community organizations can provide support and resources to people in Snohomish County with substance abuse issues. Examples of community organizations in Snohomish County include:

  • North Sound 2-1-1, which helps people gain access to health and human services or referral lines in their community.
  • The Snohomish County Care Crisis Line, a hotline that links patients with outpatient treatment centers. The number to reach this line 24/7 is 800-584-3578
  • The Volunteers of America Care Crisis Response Services, a 24-hour helpline with crisis intervention counseling, mental health emergency services and suicide intervention for people in Snohomish and nearby counties. The number to access this organization is 425-258-4357.

College Services

Everett Community College is located near Snohomish and offers drug and alcohol abuse prevention information and resources.

Substance Abuse Treatment Resources in Surrounding Communities

Along with resources located in Snohomish, there are substance abuse treatment resources in surrounding communities nearby. These resources include drug and alcohol treatment centers, recovery support groups, and nonprofit resources. Some of the cities near Snohomish where substance abuse treatment resources may be available include:

West Lake Stevens, Washington
Mill Creek, Washington
Everett, Washington
Monroe, Washington

North Creek, Washington
Marysville, Washington
Bothell, Washington
Lynnwood, Washington

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Snohomish County, Washington. “About Snohomish County.” Accessed July 22, 2019.

Snohomish County, Washington. “The Opioid Crisis in Snohomish County.” Accessed July 22, 2019.

Snohomish County, Washington. “Adult Drug Treatment Court.” Accessed July 22, 2019.