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Al-Anon – North Whidbey is a fellowship of people that come together for help, because their loved one’s drinking is affecting them. It’s often difficult to see an individual one cares for spiral into addiction. Their friends & family feel hurt, angry, punitive, sad, and altogether lost in trying to help them quit. There are few others that can understand the difficulties and hardships that friends, family, and their loved one face. But those in Al-Anon do understand. They, too, have been there. Individuals will find help, support, and freedom from this illness. Loved ones may include: Spouses Siblings Children or Grandchildren Parents or Grandparents Friends If an individual is interested in seeing if Al-Anon is right for them, visit the website to find a meeting. For any additional information, visit the Al-Anon website. NOTE: To avoid confusion, “AFG” is short for “Al-Anon Family Group.” Oak Harbor Meetings Southern Baptist Church 50 Southwest 6th Avenue, Oak Harbor, WA 98277 – Tuesdays at 7:30 PM – Thursdays at 6:30 PM (women only) – Fridays at 7:30 PM NOTE: This location is used as the primary information for this listing. All Al-Anon meetings in Oak Harbor can be found here. Additional Oak Harbor Resources Information regarding other alcohol & addiction-related resources in Oak Harbor may be found on the Northpoint Recovery website. Info may differ due to COVID-19 Last Updated on September 18, 2019
The Oak Harbor Youth Coalition (“OHYC”) is a diverse group of community volunteers who work to find ways of empowering and protecting youth. OHYC offers resources to help individuals with chemical dependency & addiction-related issues. OHYC members use local, state and federal data to assess the needs of youth in the community, then work collaboratively with schools and other agencies to advocate on their behalf. OHYC’s goal is to identify local risk factors and replace them with protective factors wherever possible, to give the next generation the tools they need to make healthy choices and lead successful lives. Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, 5:15pm at the Oak Harbor Fire Station on Whidbey Avenue. The public is always welcome to attend. For more information, call 360-678-7884, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or find Oak Harbor Youth Coalition on Facebook. NOTE: The address of the Oak Harbor Fire Station is the address for this listing. Info may differ due to COVID-19 Last Updated on September 18, 2019
: ClosedMon11:00 am - 4:00 pmTueClosedWed11:00 am - 4:00 pmThuClosedFriClosedSatClosedSunClosedThe Family Support Center at Tierra Nueva comes alongside the marginalized people who have little or no voice in the larger community, including recent immigrants, farm workers, families of jail inmates, and ex-offenders. Tierra Nueva staff accompany people to court; visit them in jail or immigration detention; provide pastoral counseling and prayer; and negotiate on their behalf with employers, landlords, and insurance companies. Services Jail chaplaincy and visitation Re-entry pastoral and court accompaniment Bible study Jail & recovery-friendly faith community Pastoral visitation/care The drop-in center is open on Monday and Wednesday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. For more information, visit the Family Support Center webpage. Info may differ due to COVID-19 Last Updated on September 18, 2019
Underground Writing is a literature-based creative writing program serving migrant, incarcerated, recovery, and other at-risk communities in Northern Washington through literary engagement and personal restoration. NOTE: Underground Writing operates at various locations in Northern Washington. The address listed here is not a physical address—it is a mailing address. Underground Writing facilitates generative encounters with literature spanning the tradition—from ancient texts to those written in workshops. Honoring the transforming power of the word, they believes that attentive reading leads to attentive writing, and that attentive writing has the power to assist in the restoration of communities, the imagination, and individual lives. Among other things, Underground Writing also offers writing mentorships to those who are incarcerated. For more information, visit the Underground Writing website. Info may differ due to COVID-19 Last Updated on September 18, 2019
A volunteer organization that spends time at Monroe prison (Monroe Correctional Complex). We are men that have all gone through the Mankind Project, a worldwide men’s organization. We bring our skills of developing safe confidential circles where men can safely look at the shadows in their lives that may no longer serve them. We develop connection and continuity with the men we work with, and offer support when they leave incarceration. Our program is also starting a clothing program at Monroe for men who need properly-sized sized clothing on their day of release. If interested, contact Paul Williams at 425-466-3547, or by emailing email@example.com. Info may differ due to COVID-19 Last Updated on September 18, 2019