Idaho Falls Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Idaho Falls, Idaho is a lovely city, known for its peaceful surroundings and serene atmosphere. But in this beautiful place, there is a dark epidemic going on: substance abuse. People all over the state of Idaho are misusing both illicit drugs like marijuana and heroin and also prescription medicine like Valium and Adderall.

If you struggle with a substance use disorder, you might feel like you’re alone in your difficulty. The truth is, however, that this couldn’t be further from the way it really is. Just like any other disease, addiction can be treated.

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The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake Drug & Alcohol Rehab
443 S. Hwy 105, Palmer Lake, CO 80133
(719) 602-0914
The Recovery Village does not operate in the state of Idaho. Our closest treatment facility is in Ridgefield, WA and can be seen in the map above.

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Idaho Falls, Idaho

When looking for treatment programs in Idaho Falls, Idaho, there are different selections that you will find. Different facilities will offer different treatment programs, and they all have pros and cons. Before you can decide on a facility, you need to learn more about the different treatment programs.

Idaho Falls Residential Treatment Programs

These treatment programs are effective for patients who have serious substance misuse issues, patients who don’t currently have a stable living situation, patients who need to detox and patients that are otherwise likely to relapse and need the structure of full-time treatment.

Idaho Falls Partial Hospitalization Programs

These treatment programs are effective for patients who have a less serious substance misuse problem, patients who currently do have a stable living situation they can go to at night, patients who have already detoxed and patients that are not likely to relapse.

Idaho Falls Outpatient Treatment Programs

These treatment programs are effective for patients who have a mild substance misuse problem, patients who have already finished detox and/or inpatient programs, patients who are definitely not likely to relapse and patients who have a lot of work and family commitments as they will be in the facility for 10 to 20 hours a week.

Searching for a drug or alcohol rehab facility can be a complicated thing. One of the reasons the national network of rehabilitation centers is so popular is that at a national facility, there will be a lot of expert professionals that will help you to determine which program you need.

Idaho Falls Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

There are several options for Idaho Falls detox centers. One of the most important things that you will do to get sober is go through the detox process. It’s essential to eliminate the toxic substances from your body. So that you can avoid relapsing, it’s important to have medical assistance when you detox. This is why many individuals go to a detox center.

You should remember, however, that detox is only one step on your recovery journey. The physical components of recovery are essential, but the real work that is done in treatment is mental, psychological and emotion. This is why it is so essential to find a treatment center which provides both medically assisted detox and an inpatient treatment program. The Recovery Village is one such facility.

You should keep in mind, though, that detox is only the first step on your path to recovery. While the physical aspects of recovery are important, the real work of recovery is emotional, mental and psychological. This is why it’s important to find a facility that offers both detox and a treatment program.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Idaho Falls

Once your treatment program is over, it’s important that you have a plan for aftercare. One of the ways to do this is to find a recovery group whose meetings you can attend regularly. There are many meetings in Idaho Falls.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Men and women with alcohol addiction have been helping each other to stay sober “one day at a time” in the fellowship known as Alcoholics Anonymous. Beginning in 1935, AA uses tools like the 12 steps, the traditions, the principles and the promises to help members stay on the path to recovery. AA also encourages members to work with a sponsor (experienced member) and read The Big Book but the only requirement for membership is a simple one: the desire to stop drinking alcohol. Here are meetings in Idaho Falls.

Spiritual Breakfast Group
Dixie’s Diner
2150 Channing Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83404

Grapevine Group
Serenity Hall
600 S. Blvd.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

Big Book Study Group
Serenity Hall
600 S. Blvd.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is very similar to Alcoholics Anonymous in its use of the 12 steps and some of the literature being similar to AA literature, but NA is primarily focused on those who are addicted to drugs and not just alcohol. Many members attend both AA and NA. NA was founded in 1953, about 20 years after AA was founded. It’s currently the second largest recovery group in the world. Here are some meetings in your area.

Trinity Methodist Church
237 N. Water Ave.
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Serenity Hall
600 S. Blvd.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

Good Samaritan
840 E. Elva St.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

SMART Recovery Meetings

While the 12-step approach of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous doesn’t work for everyone, in 1994, the demand for an alternative recovery approach was recognized, and SMART Recovery was born. This 4-point system focuses on self-empowerment and self-reliance. There are a number of SMART Recovery meetings all over the planet. Here are three meetings close to you.

SMART Recovery is an alternative to the traditional 12-step groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and The

Center for HOPE
1501 Northgate Mile
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

Rigby Adult
295 N. 3855 E.
Rigby, ID 83442

Tueller Counseling Services Rigby Adult
295 N. 3855 E.
Rigby, ID 83442

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

It isn’t just the people suffering directly from substance use disorder who are suffering. The family members, friends and loved ones of those who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction also go through emotionally draining times. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are two groups that are specifically for the loved ones of those who are suffering from substance use disorder. Here are meetings in your area.

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
270 N. Placer Ave.
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

St. John’s Lutheran Church
290 7th St.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

Cornerstone Pentecostal Church
793 Cleveland St.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401

If you are looking to learn more about drug or alcohol rehab in Idaho Falls, Idaho, please also consider checking around local cities for additional resources.

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The Recovery Village aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with substance use or mental health disorder with fact-based content about the nature of behavioral health conditions, treatment options and their related outcomes. We publish material that is researched, cited, edited and reviewed by licensed medical professionals. The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers.

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