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Lynden, Washington AA, NA, NAR-Anon and Alateen Meetings


Addiction Resources Near Bellevue

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Lynden, Washington Rehab Resources

Living with addiction and a co-occurring disorder means having to deal with constant trauma from both mental illness and substance abuse. College students can be especially susceptible to this disorder, given their age, and the partying atmosphere found in most institutes of higher learning. If you have an addiction and/or a co-occurring disorder, our guide was designed to help you find all of the resources you need to disrupt its dangerous cycle. From detox, to rehab, to ongoing support, our guide is bound to have whatever you are looking for.

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The closest Northpoint Seattle location to Lynden is in Bellevue, approximately 100 miles away. Our sister facility is located in Seattle, in its Northgate neighborhood. We offer standard outpatient treatment, as well as more concentrated programs like intensive outpatient, and partial hospitalization. No matter how serious your addiction and co-occurring disorder is, we have the tools and resources to help manage it.

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Lynden Addiction Resources

Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Lynden, Washington

While detox and rehab are important, the road to controlling your addiction does not end there. Trying to maintain mental health and sobriety at the same time on your own is bound to end in relapse. This is what makes the different support groups and recovery meetings such a helpful resource. Rather than go it alone, these meetings offer support and advice from other people in recovery.

First launched in 1935, Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is the best place to go when struggling with putting down the bottle. College students of all types have found solace in the 12-step program AA offers. Alcoholism is much easier to manage when AA meetings are attended regularly.


Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Lynden Comm / Senior Ctr 401 Grover Street


Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: LYNDEN GROUP
Location: Lynden Comm / Senior Ctr 401 Grover Street

Narcotics Anonymous, or NA, was started in 1953 as a resource for drug addicts to find help and support. College students with a drug addiction as part of their co-occurring disorder have found that NA's 12-step program is extremely beneficial in keeping this side of their illness under control.


Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Benson's Country Market 2254 Douglas Road Ferndale
11.35 miles


Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Ferndale Library 2125 Main Street Ferndale
11.16 miles

Attending an Al-Anon meeting is one of the best ways for friends and family members of alcoholics to find solace and support. Because the going can get tough caring for an alcoholic, Al-Anon is a vital component of loving someone suffering from alcoholism.


Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Lynden AFG
Location: Lynden Community Center 401 Grover St

For over 40 years, Nar Anon has provided a safe space for loved ones of drug addicts to gather and help each other out. You never have to feel alone when there are so many Nar Anon members ready and willing to lend a helping hand.


Time: 5:30 PM
Group name: Healing Waters
Location: St Luke's Community Health 3333 Squalicum Parkway Bellingham


Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Sharing & Caring
Location: Trinity Lutheran Church 3845 Gladwin Road Abbotsford, British Columbia

Alateen understands that kids and young adults may have difficulty opening up about problems with an alcoholic loved one while adults are present. Because each meeting is made up solely of fellow youngsters, it is much easier for them to share and glean the help and support from everyone else in attendance.


Time: 7:15 PM
Group name: Abbotsford Alateen
Location: H. o. M. E Society Building 31581 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford, BC
6.6 miles away


Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: One Day At A Time Alateen
Location: Amazing Grace United Church 12740 102 Ave, Surrey, BC
24 miles away

SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training) is a newer organization that places science at the heart of their 4-step program. SMART offers both in-person meetings, and resources online.


Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Langley Community Services Society 5339 207th St. Marion Wells Bldg., Langley, British Columbia
15.3 miles


Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Sources BC (Newton) 13771 72 A Ave., Suite 104, Surrey, British Columbia
29.6 miles

Northpoint Seattle

Northpoint Seattle

Starting on the road to recovery is difficult, something that we here at Northpoint Seattle understand completely. Finding the right program is important, since not all treatment options are right for each addiction and co-occurring disorder. Contact us to find out if our program is right for you, or which way you should go if it is not.

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