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  • Kirkland, Washington Census Data
  • The total number of people in Kirkland is 70,773. Of those, 34,825 are Male (49.21 %) and 35,948 are Female (50.79 %).

    In Kirkland, Washington 35.9 is the median age.

    Kirkland, Washington population is broken down (as a percentage) by age as follows:

    Under Age of 5: 5.97 %
    Ages 5 to 9: 5.89 %
    Ages 10 to 14: 5.97 %
    Ages 15 to 19: 5.90 %
    Ages 20 to 24: 6.40 %
    Ages 25 to 34: 18.30 %
    Ages 35 to 44: 18.35 %
    Ages 45 to 54: 15.53 %
    Ages 55 to 59: 5.29 %
    Ages 60 to 64: 3.49 %
    Ages 65 to 74: 4.76 %
    Ages 75 to 84: 3.04 %
    Over the age of 85: 1.11 %

    Analysis of Education/Enrollment in Kirkland, Washington:
    A total of 16,414 people over the age of three are enrolled in school in Kirkland.
    Of the total enrolled in Kirkland:
    1,115 children in Kirkland are enrolled in Nursery School.
    837 children are attending Kindergarten in Kirkland.
    6,761 children in Kirkland attend Primary School
    3,364 young people in Kirkland attend Secondary School.
    4,337 people are enrolled in college in Kirkland.
    8,031 people have a High School diploma (or equivalent).
    12,624 people have attended some college (without a degree).
    3,837 people in Kirkland have an Associates Degree.
    15,673 people in Kirkland have a Bachelors Degree.
    6,873 people in Kirkland have a Graduate Degree.

    Kirkland Statistical Data
    Kirkland, Washington Total Area covers 17.94 Square Miles.
    Total Water Area is 0.01 Square Miles.
    Total Land Area is 17.93 Square Miles.
    In Kirkland, WA. pop. density is 3,947.30 persons/square mile.
    Kirkland, Washington is located in the Pacific (GMT -8) Time Zone.
    The elevation in Kirkland is 10 Ft.

    Economic Data for Kirkland, WA.

    Family Income Data for Kirkland:
    Income per household breakdown is as follows:
    Earning under $10,000 annually: 1,172
    Earning $10,000.00 to $14,999 annually: 705
    Earning $15,000 to $24,999 annually: 1,778
    Earning $25,000 to $34,999 annually: 2,608
    Earning $35,000 to $49,999 annually: 4,531
    Earning $50,000 to $74,999 annually: 7,208
    Earning $75,000 to $99,999 annually: 4,989
    Earning $100,000 to $149,999 annually: 4,277
    Earning $150,000 to $199,999 annually: 1,128
    Earning $200,000 or more annually: 1,440
    $64,558.00 is the Median Annual Income per family in Kirkland.

    Employment Data:
    42,681 are employed in Kirkland, Washington.
    1,281 are unemployed in Kirkland.
    Of those that currently employed in Kirkland:
    22,689 Males are currently employed in Kirkland.
    19,992 Females are currently employed in Kirkland, WA.

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Often one of the top concerns of a person in Kirkland, WA. with a substance abuse problem in search of treatment at a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility for the treatment of their addiction is location. The initial desire that comes to mind for most people is a drug and alcohol rehab program close to home, typically either in Kirkland, Washington or a couple hours drive from there. Even though this may take into consideration convenience, it does not mean that it is the most effective treatment option for you or a loved one with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. drug and alcohol treatment facilities close to Kirkland, Washington can make it much too easy to keep in communication with drug abusing friends and other familiar circumstances that can set off a drug or alcohol relapse. In addition to this, it tends to make it very simple to suddenly leave the drug treatment and alcohol rehab center when the going gets rough in the early phase of the recovery process, it can and typically does get a little rough, this is normal until the individual gets adjusted to a day-to-day regimen without the use of a drug or alcohol. If you are in Kirkland, WA. near the associates and places that you abused drugs or alcohol with, when you may be feeling down or depressed you know precisely who you can call that will come and get you and bring you out for a drink or a fix. When you or someone you care about attends a drug and alcohol rehab program that is further away from home, the familiar triggers for a drug or alcohol relapse are not there. Handling relapse triggers is a crucial element to the recovery of drug addiction and alcoholism.

Attending a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program will provide a secure setting typically including 24 hour supervision and expert treatment so you can commence the therapeutic process of recovery from drug addiction or alcoholism. Tapering off drug or alcohol use can help considerably to minimize withdrawal symptoms, but for a lot of individuals, specifically those that use highly addictive drugs for an extended period of time, it simply may not be feasible to do that. The drug addiction or alcoholism can simply have advanced too far and the impulse to use a drug or alcohol has grown to be too powerful. In such situations, a drug or alcohol detoxification facility is the most effective route to handling the withdrawal process. Most drug treatment and alcohol rehab centers provide a medical detox to minimize withdrawal symptoms that are caused by the sudden discontinuation of drug or alcohol use so that the sometimes unpleasant withdrawal process can be made more pleasant for the client. Stopping the use of addictive drugs and alcohol using the cold turkey technique is not recommended mainly because it can sometimes bring about life-threatening withdrawal symptoms, such as seizures.

Why should you go to a drug treatment and alcohol rehab facility? If you have tried numerous times and you have not been able to quit on your own and go back to a normal drug-free life, it is likely that you need to have the qualified treatment that you can get at a drug treatment and alcohol rehabilitation facility. If you haven't quit on your own by now, it's likely you won't. Alcoholism and drug addiction is not as easy in many cases as just stopping - you have probably paused drug or alcohol use for minutes, hours and days just to merely go right back to the same old habits and routines. A drug treatment and alcohol rehab facility is not just about stopping drug or alcohol abuse. A more important component of a drug and alcohol treatment program is to teach you how to remain clean and sober and how to achieve a happy successful lifestyle.

If you or your loved one in Kirkland, WA. is thinking about enrolling into a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center it is likely that it is needed. Most people in Kirkland, WA. with a drug or alcohol problem, whether they say that they need the help of a drug treatment and alcohol rehab program or not, they notice that they are in severe trouble and need help but they are just fearful of not being able to solve their problems the only way they know how, with drugs and alcohol. When a person is not able to stop drugs or alcohol even when they have made promises to themselves and loved ones that they will stop nevertheless they continue to use drugs or alcohol even with the broken promises and adverse consequences, it is time to find the right drug and alcohol rehab facility for that particular person so that they will one day be able to keep their promise. Some of the symptoms of drug addiction or alcoholism include inadequate school or job attendance and performance, unkempt hygiene and appearance, changes in eating habits, unusual sleeping habits, isolating from friends and family, missing work or school, financial problems, anger and hostility toward family, withdrawal symptoms when the drug or alcohol is not obtainable, cravings and the need to acquire the drug or alcohol despite the consequences including but not limited to lying and stealing to get it. If any of these addiction signs or symptoms are apparent in yourself or a loved one, it is quite probable that you have an addiction problem and would benefit greatly from the qualified services of a drug and alcohol treatment facility to recover from it.

If you or a loved one in Kirkland have a drug addiction or alcoholism problem and would like the advice of a Registered Addiction Specialist (RAS) to decide on what you should do, dial our toll free number 1-877-565-0123. All counseling services are free of charge and completely confidential.

If you do not feel that you need to have the assistance of a Registered Addiction Specialist, for your convenience we have supplied listings in Kirkland, WA. of Local and Nearby drug and alcohol treatment centers.

Here are the local and nearby listings for Kirkland, Washington:
  • Residence XII for Women
    Residence XII for Women is a drug and alcohol treatment program that is located at 12029 113th Avenue NE Kirkland, WA. 98034.
    Residence XII for Women can be contacted by calling 425-823-8844 x102.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, Residential Short-Term Treatment, Pregnant Women, Females
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Self Payment
  • Lakeside Milam Recovery Centers
    Lakeside Milam Recovery Centers is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program that is located at 6725 116th Avenue Kirkland, WA. 98033.
    Lakeside Milam Recovery Centers can be contacted by calling 425-822-5095.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, Services for Teens
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Self Payment
  • Antioch Counseling and Treatment Servs (1.8 miles from Kirkland, WA.)
    Antioch Counseling and Treatment Servs is a drug and alcohol treatment center that is located at 12316 134th Court NE Redmond, WA. 98052.
    Antioch Counseling and Treatment Servs can be contacted by calling 425-284-2652.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, Females, Males, DUI/DWI Clients
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Self Payment, Payment Assistance
  • Square One Redmond (3.7 miles from Kirkland, Washington)
    Square One Redmond is an alcohol and drug rehabilitation program that is located at 16310 NE 80th Street Redmond, WA. 98052.
    Square One Redmond can be contacted by calling 425-881-7084.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Self Payment
  • Motivations Treatment Center (4.1 miles from Kirkland, Washington)
    Motivations Treatment Center is an alcohol and drug rehab center that is located at 17311 135th Avenue NE Woodinville, WA. 98072.
    Motivations Treatment Center can be contacted by calling 425-481-2112.
    Treatment Services: Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs, DUI/DWI Clients
    Payment Options: Private Pay Insurance, Self Payment

Additional Articles About Drug Addiction and Treatment in Kirkland, Washington

  • Cocaine treatment programs in Kirkland are available and have shown to be effective in treating residents in Kirkland who are having problems with cocaine addiction. Treating cocaine addiction can be a complex task, because the drug causes such a strong dependency and degree of addiction. All issues in the persons life must be addressed to completely resolve cocaine addiction, and cocaine addiction rehab programs in Kirkland often incorporate methods for dealing with the psychological, social, familial and environmental aspects that led to addiction....

  • When it comes to expectations regarding one's results from a drug rehabilitation facility in Kirkland, individuals should know that the effort put into recovery will be proportionate with the results. If the addict is only willing to do an outpatient approach to rehabilitation, they can expect to have challenges and problems due to outside influences that can easily creep in on a daily basis. If a detox only facility is chosen, the person can expect to possibly experience future relapse due to the missing component of addressing underlying addiction issues....

  • It is difficult to confront the fact that one needs help with drug or alcohol addiction, leave everything behind, and check into a Kirkland drug rehabilitation program. One of the most challenging aspects of treatment is the fact that an individual must completely dedicate themselves to their recovery, without any distractions and negative influences. Friends and family can often be supportive and helpful at certain points in one's recovery, but can also be triggers for relapse. This is why drug treatment centers in Kirkland typically evaluate the individuals progress while in recovery to establish when it is a good time to have family visit the person while in treatment....

  • Receiving treatment at an in-patient drug rehabilitation facility in Kirkland offers addicted individuals a distinctive opportunity to get out of the environment which has triggered their addiction. This allows addicted individuals in Kirkland to benefit from treatment without the risk of relapse....

  • Drug and alcohol addiction in Kirkland can get people caught up in all levels of crime and misfortune. When someone becomes addicted to drugs or alcohol they will sometimes commit crimes in order to keep their habit going. Unfortunately, the vast majority of individuals currently incarcerated in jails and prisons are there because of some form of substance abuse problem....

  • NA meetings in Kirkland:
  • Kirkland Covenant Church (NA Meeting)
    106 5th Avenue
    Kirkland, Washington 98033

    Wednesday - 7:30 PM
  • AA meetings in Kirkland:
  • A Better Way (AA Meeting)
    10021 Ne 124th St
    Kirkland 98034

    Thursday - 12:00 PM
  • A Womans Way (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave
    Kirkland 98033

    Tuesday - 5:30 PM
  • Anchor Group (AA Meeting)
    12202 Ne 90th
    Kirkland 98033

    Wednesday - 7:30 PM
  • Bel-kirk Basics (AA Meeting)
    2106 Ne 124th St
    Kirkland 98034

    Saturday - 8:15 AM
  • Bellevue Breakfast (AA Meeting)
    2106 Ne 124th St
    Kirkland 98034

    Sunday - 8:00 AM
  • Bills Story (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave
    Kirkland, WA. 98033

    Monday - 7:30 PM
  • Creekside (AA Meeting)
    10322 Ne 132nd
    Kirkland, Washington 98034

    Sunday - 7:30 PM
  • Creekside Men (AA Meeting)
    10322 Ne 132nd
    Kirkland 98034

    Saturday - 7:30 PM
  • Creekside Thursday (AA Meeting)
    10322 Ne 132nd
    Kirkland 98034

    Thursday - 7:30 PM
  • Creekside Womens (AA Meeting)
    10322 Ne 132nd
    Kirkland, Washington 98034

    Saturday - 7:30 PM
  • Friday Night Creekside (AA Meeting)
    10322 Ne 132nd
    Kirkland, WA. 98034

    Friday - 7:30 PM
  • Full Measures Group (AA Meeting)
    12600 84th Ave Ne
    Kirkland, WA. 98034

    Tuesday - 7:00 PM
  • Gay Men In Recovery (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave
    Kirkland, WA. 98033

    Monday - 7:30 PM
  • Girls Night Out (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave Kirkland
    Kirkland, Washington 98033

    Monday - 7:30 PM
  • Joy Of Living (AA Meeting)
    13225 116th Ave Ne
    Kirkland, WA. 98034

    Monday - 7:00 PM
  • Kindred Spirits (AA Meeting)
    12202 Ne 90th
    Kirkland, Washington 98033

    Monday - 6:30 PM
  • Kirkland Daytimers (AA Meeting)
    6400 108th Ave Ne
    Kirkland, WA. 98033

    Thursday - 10:00 AM
  • Kirkland Mens (AA Meeting)
    7525 132nd Ne Annex
    Kirkland, WA. 98034

    Wednesday - 8:00 PM
  • Kirkland Sobriety Headquarters (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave
    Kirkland, WA. 98033

    Friday - 7:30 PM
  • Kirkland Study (AA Meeting)
    12202 Ne 90th
    Kirkland, Washington 98033

    Saturday - 8:00 PM
  • Kirkland Thursday Niters (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave Kirkland
    Kirkland, Washington 98033

    Thursday - 7:30 PM
  • Living In The Solution (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave Kirkland
    Kirkland, WA. 98033

    Sunday - 7:00 PM
  • Millennium Group (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave
    Kirkland, Washington 98033

    Wednesday - 7:30 PM
  • Moss Bay Group (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave
    Kirkland, WA. 98033

    Saturday - 8:30 AM
  • Recovery Won (AA Meeting)
    2106 Ne 124th St
    Kirkland, Washington 98034

    Wednesday - 7:30 PM
  • Sanity In Sobriety (AA Meeting)
    10200 Ne 132nd
    Kirkland 98034

    Sunday - 7:30 PM
    Thursday - 7:30 PM
  • Sober Cartooners (AA Meeting)
    13027 100th Ave Ne
    Kirkland, WA. 98034

    Saturday - 10:30 AM
  • Sober Gals (AA Meeting)
    12029 113th Ave Ne
    Kirkland 98034

    Tuesday - 7:00 PM
  • South County Men (AA Meeting)
    10200 Ne 132nd
    Kirkland, WA. 98034

    Friday - 8:00 PM
  • The Best Meeting Ever (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave Kirkland
    Kirkland, WA. 98033

    Saturday - 7:30 PM
  • Totem Lake (AA Meeting)
    11611 Ne 140th St
    Kirkland, WA. 98034

    Sunday - 7:30 PM
  • Tuesday Nite Starters (AA Meeting)
    106 5th Ave
    Kirkland, Washington 98033

    Tuesday - 7:30 PM
  • Women Friends (AA Meeting)
    10200 Ne 132nd
    Kirkland 98034

    Monday - 7:00 PM
  • Al-Anon support groups meetings in Kirkland:
  • Kirkland Morning Study Group AFG (Open) (childcare available / beginners) (Al-Anon Meeting)
    6400 - 108th Ave. NE
    Kirkland , Washington

    Thursday - 10:00 AM
  • Kirkland Tuesday Afternoon AFG (closed) (Al-Anon Meeting)
    106 5th Ave. NE (room 21)
    Kirkland , Washington

    Tuesday - 12:30 PM
  • Mid-Week Men's AFG (men only) (closed) (Al-Anon Meeting)
    11920 - NE 80th St.
    Kirkland , Washington

    Wednesday - 7:30 PM
  • Wednesday's Women AFG (women only) (closed) (Al-Anon Meeting)
    106 5th Ave. NE (room 21)
    Kirkland , WA.

    Wednesday - 7:30 PM