Bonners Ferry, Idaho Addiction Resource Guide

Drug and alcohol addictions are common problems found in the city of Bonners Ferry. Kicking these habits requires professional help, and the right resources to help you along the way. The recovery process starts out with drug or alcohol detox. After this is finished, it is on to a good rehab program. Upon completion of the rehab program, ongoing support is needed to make sure you stay sober.

It is important to understand what all is out there in terms of resources. The more information you have, the more likely that you will find the programs and resources that fit your addiction and situation perfectly. An addict or alcoholic always has a greater chance of long-term sobriety if the best therapy fit is found. To help you in your quest for knowledge, we have put together this guide with as much information as we could. No matter what you are looking for, there is a good chance you will find the answers here.

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Northpoint Recovery is an addiction rehab facility located a little over 450 miles away from Bonners Ferry in the city of Boise. We are proud to accept patients from all over the country, with addictions to either drugs or alcohol. We accept most major insurance carriers, and are dedicated to helping you achieve your sobriety. For those looking to stay a little closer to home, we have our Washington State facilities.

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Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in Bonners Ferry, Idaho

Once the steps of alcohol or drug detox and rehab are out of the way, it is time to find a way to keep your sobriety going for the long term. The best place to find the resources and support you need is by attending the recovery meetings and support groups that are held in virtually every town and city in the country. Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are two examples of these meetings, both of which have helped many people maintain their abstinence.

For over 80 years, Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, has been helping millions of people from around the world keep their sobriety going. The 12-step program AA offers provides the tools and insight needed for all alcoholics to keep away from the bottle. There are many different extras found at some AA meetings, such as child care and gender-specific gatherings. With a little bit of effort, you should easily be able to find a group perfect for your situation.

Sunday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Big Book Study Bonners Ferry
Location: Extension Office Railroad St

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Kootenai Rez Meeting
Location: Tribal Office-Kootenai Reservation Co Rd 38A

Thursday

Time: 12:00 PM
Group name: BF Nooner- Study Group
Location: Trinity Lutheran Church 6784 Cody St

Friday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Fri. Night Group
Location: United Methodist Church 6568 Lincoln

Instead of an AA meeting, drug addicts should find a local Narcotics Anonymous meeting instead. Narcotics Anonymous offers a similar 12-step program to the one offered by AA, just with the specifics of drug addiction in mind. If you are addicted to drugs, and want to find the best in free and ongoing support, it would be difficult to find a better resource than NA.

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Lutheran Church 315 15th Avenue North Creston, BC
20.83 miles

Saturday

Time: 7:30 PM
Location: U of I Extension Office 6447 Kootenai Street Bonners Ferry
22.05 miles

If you have an alcohol friend or family member, and find yourself having trouble with the challenges that go along with that kind of relationship, you may find what you need at Al-Anon. Al-Anon closely mirrors AA, but instead concentrates on the struggles that come from loving someone who is an alcoholic, rather than someone living it. They offer a 12-step program that is tailored to these unsung heroes, and helps make their life much more manageable.

Tuesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Creston AFG
Location: Creston New Life Church 1821 Elm St, Creston, BC

Thursday

Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: There Is Hope AFG
Location: Bonners Ferry United Methodist Church 6568 Lincoln St., Bonners Ferry

The friends and family members of drug addicts also have support meetings they can attend. Nar Anon is similar to Al-Anon, just for those loved ones with an addiction to drugs instead. Nar Anon also provides a 12-step program that is helpful for loved ones looking to manage their relationship with their addicted kin.

Monday

Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Spokane Valley NFG
Location: Opportunity Presbyterian Church 202 North Pines Road Spokane Valley

Friday

Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Nar-Anon Family Group
Location: Trail United Church 1300 Pine Ave. Trail, BC

Kids and young adults can be especially sensitive to the challenges that come from loving an alcoholic. This makes the need for help and support that much more important for this group of vulnerable individuals. Alateen meetings are the perfect place to find this assistance, and have improved countless young people's lives who find themselves in this precarious situation.

Wednesday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Just For Today Alateen
Location: St. Pius X Catholic Church 625 E Haycraft Ave, Coeur d Alene
76.4 miles away

Thursday

Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Trail Alateen
Location: Presbyterian Church 1139 Pine Ave, Trail, BC
56 miles away

For those without faith as a part of their life, there is now a science-based solution to drug and alcohol addiction named SMART. SMART, which stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training, has a 4-step program that can be applied to all types of addictive behavior. This program teaches tools that are eminently effective at battling urges and cravings.

Wednesday

Time: 5:30 PM
Location: St Luke's Episcopal Church 501 E Wallace Ave., Coeur d Alene
96.8 miles

Wednesday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Top of the World Ranch 8350 Holmes Rd., Fort Steele, BC
103 miles

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