Substance Abuse Resources in Meridian Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox

Meridian Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Known for the attractions of Eagle Island State Park and Roaring Springs Water Park, Meridian, Idaho, is a lovely and peaceful city. However, underneath all of these serene surroundings, there is something plaguing Idaho that also plagues America: substance abuse. All throughout Idaho, individuals misuse both illegal substances like cocaine and methamphetamine and legal substances like alcohol.

If you are currently one of the people who is suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction, there is reason to be hopeful. There are a ton of addiction specialists that will help you to seek the treatment that you need. Like millions of people in this country, you can also recover.

Those who want to learn more about alcohol and drug rehab centers in Meridian, Idaho, can get a lot of valuable information from this guide.

Our intake coordinators at The Recovery Village can help you with questions related to:

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You’re not alone in this struggle.

million adults abuse prescription medicine

The misuse of prescription drugs like stimulants, opiates and benzodiazepines is becoming a real problem for people in America. It was reported in 2013 that 6.5 million American adults misused prescription medication. If you are also suffering from substance misuse issues, it is important that you get the help you need. Call us at The Recovery Village, and we can help you find your own way.

Finding Help & Recovery in Meridian, ID

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Meridian, Idaho

If you are looking for drug or alcohol treatment centers in Meridian, Idaho, the first thing that you need to do is understand the different treatment programs that are available to you. Let’s delve into this further and discuss residential treatment programs, partial hospitalization programs and outpatient treatment programs.

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    Meridian Residential Treatment Programs

    Residential treatment programs can also be called inpatient programs. Patients are required to live in the facility. Addiction and alcoholism are addressed from several different angles, and healthcare professionals will be available to you 24/7.

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    Meridian Partial Hospitalization Programs

    Partial hospitalization programs are sometimes abbreviated as PHPS. They all for more convenience as patients are only required to be in the facility for 8 hours during the day. Addiction and alcoholism are addressed from several different angles, and healthcare professionals will be available to you while you are in the facility.

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    Meridian Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient treatment programs offer even more convenience as patients are only required to be in the facility for 10 to 20 hours a week. Addiction and alcoholism are addressed from several different angles, and healthcare professionals will be available to you while you are in the facility.

Become well informed on the different options open to you in your situation. Many patients choose to go with a national treatment center like The Recovery Village so that they can dedicate the time and space to really healing and beginning a long-term recovery journey.

Meridian Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

When you make the decision to stop using drugs and alcohol, the first thing you need to do is go through a detoxification. With some substances, that is as simple as just not using the substance anymore. Other substances take a little longer and have withdrawal symptoms that necessitate the medical assistance given to you at a detox center.

While detox centers have been known to be beneficial, they don’t offer treatment programs where the real rehabilitation takes place. For convenience sake, it’s much easier to detox in a facility like The Recovery Village that also offers treatment programs.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Meridian

Make a commitment to yourself to put your recovery first. One way you can do that after meetings is to attend regular meetings with groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is a group that started in 1935 with Dr. Bob Smith and Bill Wilson. Originally, AA came out of a Christian recovery group that only had 7 steps. They changed the language to be a little more open, added 5 more steps and AA was created. Now they are the largest recovery group in the world with meetings in over 170 countries. Here are the meetings in Meridian.
  • Sunrise Morning Group Where: Meridian Lanes 324 S. Meridian Rd. Meridian, ID 83642
  • Sisters in Solution Group Where: Meridian Lanes 324 S. Meridian Rd. Meridian, ID 83642
  • Noon Awakening Group Where: Boise First Nazarene Community Center 3852 N. Eagle Rd. Meridian, ID 83713

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is a 12-step group like Alcoholics Anonymous, but it was created in 1953 for people who are addicted to other substances. In the 12 steps, members are asked to believe in a power greater than themselves, make a moral inventory and seek through prayer and meditation to be closer to a higher power, among other things. Here are some NA meetings in your area.
  • United Methodist Church Where: 235 E. Pine Ave. Meridian, ID 83642
  • Whitney Fire Station House 14 Where: 2515 S. Five Mile Rd. Boise, ID 83709

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is a newer approach to recovery than the 12-step approach. Founded in 1994, Self-Management for Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery has meetings all over the world as well as online. SMART Recovery operates based on a 4-point system that includes managing behaviors and thoughts, dealing with any impulses that come up, maintain motivation and balancing your life. Here is the closest meeting to Meridian.
  • PEER Wellness Center Where: 963 S, Orchard St. Boise, ID 83705

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon is a sister group to AA, and Nar-Anon is a sister group to NA. In these support groups, the loved ones of people that have drug and alcohol addiction gather to support each other. Addiction can be painful to everyone involved. Although it is a disease, loved ones can still get hurt by it. Having a support group can be extremely helpful. Here is an Al-Anon meeting in your area.
  • Al-Anon Where: Ada County Services Building 40 W. Franklin Rd. Ste. 1 Meridian, ID 83642

There are plenty of resources for those who are searching for alcohol and drug addiction treatment in Meridian, Idaho. Nearby cities offer additional helpful resources.

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Meridian was last modified: August 23rd, 2017 by The Recovery Village