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Olympia, WA Area Alcohol and Drug Rehab Resources

Drug and alcohol addiction recovery resource guide for Olympia, Washington

Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Recovery Resources for the Olympia, Washington Area

The Olympia, WA area has several alcohol and drug rehab options, as well as additional resources for those who need them. Still, there are many people who do not take advantage to the various programs that are out there to help them. In many cases, people with substance abuse problems may not know where to turn for help. We would like to change that. 

In addition to treatment, there are a number of addiction recovery resources in the Olympia area. For instance, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are both available, and they have helped millions of people recover worldwide. Families can find the help and support they need through Al-Anon and Alateen

Though we are not affiliated with these programs, we know their value and how they have helped addicts recover. This guide offers information on them and the different meetings that take place on a weekly basis in Olympia. It also includes everything a person might need to know if they are considering going to treatment.

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Narcotics anonymous meetings are open to anyone who wishes to get clean and sober from a drug addiction to illicit drugs or to prescription drugs or to alcohol. Narcotics anonymous follow the same 12 steps and principles as alcoholics anonymous, there are also drug specific meetings like cocaine anonymous, heroin anonymous and pills anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

The Olympia area offers several NA meetings all week long.

Meetings Held Monday Through Friday

Westside Lanes
12:15 pm
2010 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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Sunday

Christ the Servant Lutheran Church
5:00 pm
4300 Carpenter Rd. SE
Lacey, WA
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NW Resources
7:00 pm
2708 Westmoor Ct. SW
Olympia, WA
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Olympia Alano Club
7:30 pm
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Monday

Olympia Alano Club
2:00 pm
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
6:00 pm
1515 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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First Christian Church
6:00 pm
701 Franklin St. SE
Olympia, WA
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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
7:30 pm
1601 North St. SE
Olympia, WA
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Tuesday

St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church
7:00 pm
540 School St.
Lacey, WA
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Westside Lanes
8:00 pm
2010 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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Evergreen State College
8:00 pm
2700 Evergreen Parkway NW
Olympia, WA
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Wednesday

United Churches of Olympia
6:30 pm & 8:00 pm
110 11th Ave. SE
Olympia, WA
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Thursday

Olympia Alano Club
2:00 pm
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
7:00 pm
1601 North St. SE
Olympia, WA
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Westside Lanes
8:00 pm
2010 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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Friday

United Churches of Olympia
6:30 pm & 8:00 pm
110 11th Ave. SE
Olympia, WA
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IHOP
10:30 pm
3619 Martin Way E
Olympia, WA
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Saturday

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
10:00 am
2109 College St. SE
Lacey, WA
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Olympia Alano Club
3:30 pm & 11:59 pm
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Capital Medical Center
8:00 pm
3900 Capital Mall Drive SW
Olympia, WA
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IHOP
10:30 pm
3619 Martin Way E
Olympia, WA
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Alcoholics anonymous is a support group for alcoholics. Members meet and connect with others who are facing similar challenges, alcoholics anonymous bases its teachings on the 12 steps of recovery, people attend weekly meetings each about an hour, their intention is to stay sober and help others achieve sobriety

Alcoholics Anonymous

There are several AA meetings that take place in the Olympia community each week.

Daily Meetings

As Bill Sees It
7:00 am
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Meetings Held Monday Through Friday

Awake
7:00 am
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Winners
12:00 pm
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Happy Hour
5:15 pm
Capital Vision Christian Church
1775 Yew Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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The Captain’s Table
10:00 pm
3 Magnets/Barrel Room
600 Franklin St. SE
#105
Olympia, WA
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Sunday

Sunrise
7:00 am
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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We Agnostics
9:30 am
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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You’re Eligible Too
12:00 pm
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Experience Strength and Hope
3:00 pm
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Monday

Stepping Stones
12:00 pm
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
1515 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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Big Book Study
6:00 pm
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Tuesday

First Things First
12:00 pm
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
1515 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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A Vision For You
5:30 pm
United Churches of Olympia
110 11th Ave. SE
Olympia, WA
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Wednesday

Wednesday Step Study
6:00 pm
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Rebellion Dogs
7:00 pm
New Moon Café
113 4th Ave. W
Olympia, WA
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Thursday

Happy Hour Men’s Meeting and Women’s Meeting
5:15 pm
Capital Vision Christian Church
1775 Yew Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Let It Be
6:00 pm
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Friday

Friday Night Men’s Step Study
6:00 pm
First Christian Church
701 Franklin St. SE
Olympia, WA
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Living Sober
6:00 pm
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Saturday

On Awakening
7:00 am
First Christian Church
701 Franklin St. SE
Olympia, WA
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Weekend Serenity
6:00 pm
Olympia Alano Club
120 Olympia Ave. NE
Olympia, WA
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Support for Loved Ones

Attending Al-Anon and Alateen meetings in the Olympia area can be so helpful and rewarding for families. There are several scheduled throughout the week.

About 50 percent of Americans know someone who is close to them struggling with an addiction, Al anon offers a program of recovery for the families and friends of alcoholics, it is a 12 step program with the purpose of helping relatives and friends of people who have alcohol problems

Olympia Area Al-Anon Meetings

Sunday

Where the Heart is AFG
11:00 am
Key Peninsula Community Service Building
17015 9th St. KP N
Lakebay, WA
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Hope House AFG
6:00 pm
Hope House First Presbyterian Church
125 Central Ave. E
Tenino, WA
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New Attitudes AFG
6:30 pm
Yelm United Methodist Church
408 2nd St. SE
Yelm, WA
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Monday

Courage to Changers AFG
12:00 pm
First Christian Church
701 Franklin St. SE
Olympia, WA
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Keys to Sanity AFG
5:00 pm
Key Center Fire Station
8911 Key Peninsula Highway N
Lakebay, WA
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Tacoma All Women AFG
5:30 pm
Redeemer Lutheran Church
1001 Princeton St.
Fircrest, WA
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New Attitudes AFG
6:00 pm
Yelm United Methodist Church
408 2nd St. SE
Yelm, WA
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Just For Today AFG
7:30 pm
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
1515 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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New Beginnings AFG
7:30 pm
St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church
910 Bower St. SE
Lacey, WA
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Tacoma All Men’s AFG
7:30 pm
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
7410 S. 12th St.
Tacoma, WA
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Serenity At Last AFG
7:30 pm
Gateway Point Business Park
2601 Jahn Ave.
Gig Harbor, WA
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Tuesday

University Place Daytime AFG
10:00 am
University Place Presbyterian Church
8101 27th St. W
University Place, WA
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Fellowship in Unity AFG
6:00 pm
Unity Center
800 S. Pearl St.
Centralia, WA
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Serenity on Tuesday AFG
6:30 pm
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
2109 College St. SE
Lacey, WA
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South Sound Steppers AFG
7:00 pm
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
1515 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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Narrows AFG
7:45 pm
First United Methodist Church
1018 Columbia Ave.
Fircrest, WA
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Wednesday

Understanding Voices AFG
6:30 pm
Lakewood United Methodist Church
6900 Steilacoom Blvd. SW
Lakewood, WA
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Friends in Lacey AFG
7:00 pm
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
2109 College St. SE
Lacey, WA
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New Life AFG
7:00 pm
United Lutheran Church
1231 S. 76th St.
Tacoma, WA
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Thursday

Capital Improvements AFG
6:30 pm
United Churches of Olympia
110 11th Ave. SE
Olympia, WA
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New Attitudes AFG
7:00 pm
Yelm United Methodist Church
408 2nd St. SE
Yelm, WA
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Sound AFG
7:45 pm
Redeemer Lutheran Church
1001 Princeton St.
Fircrest, WA
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Friday

Courage to Changers AFG
12:00 pm
First Christian Church
701 Franklin St. SE
Olympia, WA
Map

South Sound Steppers AFG
7:00 pm
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
1515 Harrison Ave. NW
Olympia, WA
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Saturday

Courage Strength and Inspiration AFG
12:00 pm
Life Center
1717 S. Union Ave.
Tacoma, WA
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The Olympia area also offers one Alateen meeting for young people each week.

Tuesday Night Survivors Alateen
Tuesdays at 7:30 pm
Redeemer Lutheran Church
1001 Princeton St.
Fircrest, WA
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Sometimes it is hard for teens to sit in a room filled with adults and share their feelings, Alateen is specifically for young adults whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking, they meet with people their own age who are all facing the same struggles in their lives

Considering Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Detox

Even though there is so much research to support 12-Step programs, they are not the right choice for everyone. Some people need a higher level of care, and this is especially true for those who have never been to rehab before. AA and NA do provide peer support, but the professional aspect of recovery is absent completely. This is just due to the nature of these programs. 

That is why it is important to consider going to drug and alcohol treatment as the first step in recovery. Some people may find that they need to go through detox, depending on the type of addiction they suffer from. Detoxing will help them get through withdrawal, and possibly avoid some of the complications that can occur when people stop using. 

Afterwards, continuing on to rehab is critical because it is important to address the psychological aspect of the addiction. Uncovering the root cause and treating it is often the only hope a person has if they want to be successful long-term.

How Many Rehab Centers are Local to the Olympia Area? 

According to the SAMHSA treatment locator tool, there are 13 different facilities that offer drug and alcohol rehab in the Olympia area. That includes every program within a 5-mile radius of the city. When the search distance is widened, there are more than 40 of them within a 25-mile radius. 

It is good for people to know that there are options. But those who are interested should not choose a program simply because it is close to home. They should always do their research to make sure they pick one that is targeted to meet their needs.

Our Outpatient Treatment Program in Idaho

At Ashwood Recovery, we offer an outpatient rehab program that is designed to offer our clients personalized help for their addictions. We recognize the fact that every addiction is different. Likewise, people recover in various ways. That is why we have put together a program that is as varied as possible.

We offer intensive outpatient treatment and partial hospitalization for those who need flexible treatment options. We also have a more traditional outpatient program for those who are appropriate for that level of care.

Additional Outpatient Rehab Options in Washington State 

For those who live in Washington State, we actually have two outpatient programs that may be more conveniently located. Northpoint Seattle has one location in Seattle. Their program is very similar to ours and they offer high quality care that mimics our own.

For Those Considering Inpatient Rehab

There are some cases in which an inpatient program is absolutely necessary. For those individuals, we highly recommend our own Northpoint Washington for treatment. 

At Northpoint Washington, they offer both drug rehab and detox, as well as a quality alcoholism treatment program. These types of care include everything a patient needs to recover from both the physical and the psychological aspects of their addiction.

Their inpatient program lasts for 28 days, and that includes any time the patient spends in detox. Upon completion, patients are usually referred to an outpatient program to continue working on recovering. 

Our Addiction Treatment Facility

Ashwood Recovery’s closest facility to the Olympia area is just under eight hours away. For many people, this is the perfect distance to allow them to start over and begin a new life. They can take the time they need to truly focus on recovering. 

We offer one of the best drug and alcohol rehab programs in the region. Of course, our services also include detoxification, which is often necessary when someone wants to stop using. When these two types of treatment are combined, people have a much better chance of being successful.

Recovering from an addiction can be a challenge, but that does not mean it is impossible. With the right support, people can do it successfully and go on to live full and prosperous lives. The reality is that 12-Step meetings like AA and NA are not for everyone. Some people need the higher level of care that they can receive in a professional setting. It is something that everyone should consider.

Can we help you learn more about the addiction recovery resources in the Olympia area? Please contact us.

Outpatient rehab is designed to accommodate work and family life, patients live at home but go to a facility for treatment a few hours every week. Outpatient rehab involves regular scheduled meetings with different professionals like therapists, doctors and psychologists. Outpatient rehab is ideal for those who maintain a full time job, outpatient rehab is usually a cheaper alternative to inpatient rehab

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Drug and alcohol addiction recovery resource guide for Olympia, Washington. Narcotics anonymous meetings are open to anyone who wishes to get clean and sober from a drug addiction to illicit drugs or to prescription drugs or to alcohol. Narcotics anonymous follow the same 12 steps and principles as alcoholics anonymous, there are also drug specific meetings like cocaine anonymous, heroin anonymous and pills anonymous. Alcoholics anonymous is a support group for alcoholics. Members meet and connect with others who are facing similar challenges, alcoholics anonymous bases its teachings on the 12 steps of recovery, people attend weekly meetings each about an hour, their intention is to stay sober and help others achieve sobriety. About 50 percent of Americans know someone who is close to them struggling with an addiction, Al anon offers a program of recovery for the families and friends of alcoholics, it is a 12 step program with the purpose of helping relatives and friends of people who have alcohol problems. Sometimes it is hard for teens to sit in a room filled with adults and share their feelings, Alateen is specifically for young adults whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking, they meet with people their own age who are all facing the same struggles in their lives. Outpatient rehab is designed to accommodate work and family life, patients live at home but go to a facility for treatment a few hours every week. Outpatient rehab involves regular scheduled meetings with different professionals like therapists, doctors and psychologists. Outpatient rehab is ideal for those who maintain a full time job, outpatient rehab is usually a cheaper alternative to inpatient rehab