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Boise Idaho Drug and Alcohol Resources

Boise, Idaho, known as the “City of Trees” and home of Boise State University is a great place to work and live. Unfortunately, Boise is not immune to the scourge of addiction. Alcohol, and drugs like heroin, meth, ecstasy and cocaine are problematic here in the Treasure Valley as they are across the country. If addiction has affected your life and you need alcohol rehab in Boise, Idaho, Northpoint Recovery can guide you to the local help you need.

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The Facts

Illicit use of prescription drugs like Oxycontin and the abuse of illegal drugs such as heroin, cocaine, methamphetamines and marijuana rage across America among people of all backgrounds. Excessive use of beer, wine, vodka and other alcoholic beverages can spin out of control and devastate lives.

Even the “nicest” and most successful people can become addicted to drugs or alcohol. Most never dreamed that their use could result in an addiction that controls their life. In fact, the use of illicit and prescription drugs is so prevalent in the U.S. that in 2012, drug overdose caused more accidental deaths than motor vehicle accidents for people 25 to 64 years old. (Source: Centers for Disease Control).

There is help.

If the use of drugs or alcohol has become a problem for you or someone you love, there are caring people who want to help you, not judge you. To learn more about sobriety and support in Boise, Idaho see the resources listed here.

Drug Problems

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a well-known and highly respected 12-step program with groups across the country. NA welcomes those who are maintaining their sobriety after completing a rehabilitation program, or may be where a new attendee first learns about rehab programs and what they offer. Attending NA meetings is free. For NA meeting times in or near Boise:


Cocaine Anonymous (Boise & Twin Falls)


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Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is perhaps the best-known support group in the world. A fellowship of men and women all helping each other through their journey to get and stay sober, AA has spawned many subgroups to offer guidance and encouragement to family members as well. The 12 Steps taught by AA help people regain control of their lives, and reach and maintain sobriety.

AA Meetings in or near Boise:




Substance abuse counseling for students and staff at Boise State University


Al-Anon and Alateen are there for family members, including children and teenagers, affected by a loved one's drinking or drug abuse. Free, warm and welcoming, Al-Anon and Alateen provide guidance with boundary-setting, self-care and living with a person who is recovering from or still living with addiction.

Al-Anon and Alateen meetings located in or near Boise:


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More Help

If you think you may need medical detox in Boise or drug rehab in Idaho, Northpoint Recovery can help you turn your life around. We offer comprehensive addiction treatment services in the Treasure Valley. Many choose to begin with inpatient treatment in Idaho and then seek support such as AA and NA in Boise. Don't hesitate to give us a call so that we can help you find a way to free yourself from your addiction to drugs or alcohol.