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There are many drug and alcohol treatment programs around Blaine Country. Detoxes and rehabs are abundant in this county and its neighbors. Within a driving distance of Bellevue alone, there are dozens of AA meetings and other support groups.
So, if you live in the area and struggle with addiction, it’s time to reach out. This article will show you where you can go to get the treatment and support you need.
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Alcoholics Anonymous, sometimes referred to as “AA”, is one of the most popular addiction support groups in the world. This organization has helped countless addicts overcome alcohol addiction.
Every day, addicts meet in churches, schools, and other public buildings for AA meetings. The meetings take place in Bellevue and almost every other town in America. All meetings are free and most of them are open to the public.
In these meetings, members share their feelings, talk honestly about their pain, and listen to each other’s stories. They open up about their substance abuse issues and update each other on their recovery progress. For many recovering alcoholics, this is like a form of therapy.
Famously, AA is based around the Twelve Steps. The organization’s founder, Bill W., developed this system to help addicts overcome destructive habits. The Steps are loose and open, allowing each member to work through them at their own pace.
If you are currently battling alcoholism, AA could be the perfect resource for you. There are plenty of meetings in the area to help you kickstart your sobriety journey.
Here are a couple of popular meetings within driving distance:
Sun Valley AA Group
Saint Thomas Episcopal Church
201 Sun Valley Road
Sun Valley, Idaho 83353
Fridays @8:00 PM
Saint Charles Church
311 South 1st Avenue
Hailey, Idaho 83333
Yes. Alcoholics Anonymous welcomes all kinds of addicts. If you’re addicted to prescription drugs, heroin, or any other substance, you are welcome in AA. As long as you have a desire to get sober, the group will be happy to have you.
In many places, Narcotics Anonymous conducts meetings specifically for drug addicts. Unfortunately, there are currently no active NA groups near Bellevue. But, AA is just as useful for drug addicts as it is for alcohol addicts.
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Some of Idaho’s best detox programs are just a stone’s throw away from Bellevue. Each day, these programs help dozens of addicts begin their recovery journeys. Their basic purpose is to help addicts through the withdrawal process.
As you may be aware, drug and alcohol withdrawals are often very painful. When an addict tries to quit drinking or doing drugs, their body responds negatively. Addicts in withdrawal typically get ill and have trouble sleeping. Without proper care, withdrawal symptoms can cause the addict to relapse before they even finish detoxing.
In a professional detox program, addicts get to withdraw under professional supervision. They work with medical experts who help them to detox at a safe pace. Ultimately, this makes the process a lot more comfortable.
If you’re ready to get sober, you should consider a stay in one of Bellevue’s many treatment centers.
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The Bellevue region also features some of the best rehab centers in Idaho. These programs counsel recovering addicts through the first few weeks of their sobriety.
It’s important to understand the drug addiction and alcoholism are two-part conditions. The physical part is treated in detox. The psychological side, on the other hand, is treated in addiction rehab.
In one of these programs, the patient goes through intensive therapy. They meet individually with therapists and participate in group support sessions. Depending on the program, they may also participate in family therapy or experiential therapy. Many programs provide specialized treatment for co-occurring disorders, as well.
Each of these resources helps to prepare the addict for life after addiction. Any recovered addict can tell you that the transition from addiction to sobriety isn’t an easy one. In order to stay sober and avoid relapsing, you must be prepared to manage cravings and cope with stress in a healthy way. A strong rehab program can give you the tools you need.
Addiction centers offer a few different types of rehab treatment. The two main types are:
Inpatient rehab: These are residential programs that house patients during their stay. Patients live on-site for the duration of their treatment (usually 4-6 weeks). They eat and spend time with other recovering addicts. They spend their days undergoing intensive therapy and counseling.
Outpatient rehab: These programs are non-residential. Patients live at their own homes (off-site) and report to the facility for treatment on a regular basis. Some outpatient programs are IOP (intensive outpatient programs). These ones involved 20-40 hours of treatment each week.
Inpatient and outpatient rehab offer many of the same therapeutic benefits. However, inpatient programs have the added benefit of eliminating the temptation to use.
Outpatient programs work well for professionals and people with families. But, it’s up to the addict to avoid relapsing while they are off-campus.
Idaho’s drug and alcohol rehab programs range in price. Some are very expensive while others are free (or nearly free).
Luckily, health insurance typically covers the cost of addiction treatment. It’s likely that your insurance provider has a network of rehab programs that they work with. By finding a rehab facility in your provider’s network, you may be entitled to free or low-cost addiction treatment.
Don’t let addiction treatment send you into debt.
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Northpoint Recovery maintains two treatment centers: one in Boise, ID and another in Edmonds, WA.
Our Boise center is just a two-hour drive from Bellevue!
Don’t let addiction run your life any longer. It’s time to get on the path to recovery.
Northpoint Recovery offers detox and rehab services. We treat both drug addicts and alcoholics. No matter what you’re addicted to, we want to help you overcome your habit.
If you’re ready to get sober, call us today. We’ll discuss your options and help you find proper treatment as soon as possible.
This article was produced purely for informational purposes. Do not regard it as expert medical advice. If you are experiencing health problems or a medical emergency, contact an expert immediately. Northpoint does not promote any outside organizations, doctors, products, or groups. The information above should not be read as an endorsement of any services other than our own.
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