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Caldwell, Idaho Drug and Alcohol Addiction and Mental Health Resource Guide

Mental health and addiction recovery resources are available in Caldwell, Idaho. There are many professional treatment options, support groups and other ways to get support in the local community.

It can be difficult to manage recovering from addiction on one’s own. The same is true for people battling the symptoms of mental health conditions. On this page, we’ve compiled at much information on free and paid resources in and around Cladwell.

Addiction in Caldwell

Once someone has developed an addiction, there are many challenges to overcome. Destructive dependence on substances like alcohol, heroin, meth, ecstasy, and cocaine can occur in Caldwell, just like anywhere else. This is why support is so necessary and there are many avenues you can take to get the help you need. A proven recovery method increases the potential of successful recovery. AA meetings, NA meetings, and Al Anon meetings are all available to help those with addiction and their families too.

Everyone’s story is different but when it comes down to it, things like twelve step programs have helped many. There are millions of people suffering from addiction but only a small percentage will decide to improve their lives. People will lose everything and sometimes families will enable this behavior and watch them down spiral. There is help however. There are professional intervention services available. There are free programs and paid programs that your insurance covers. There is the help you need to recover from addiction or to help a loved one cope with their addiction.

Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Help in Caldwell, ID

Damage of Not Taking the Help You Need for Addiction

By saying no to the help that is available, the potential for drug overdose in Caldwell becomes greater. The sad fact is, despite all the help available, only 10% of addicts will take it. There are about 20 million Americans who are not willing to get help for addiction. So why does this matter? There are serious fallouts to maintaining an addiction. They include:

  • The lives of individuals and their families become damaged.
  • Divorce is more likely.
  • A loss of job or wages.
  • You can lose your house.
  • Drug overdose (every day 100 people die from drug overdose.)
  • Legal problems.
  • DUI’s.
  • Causing bodily harm to others.
  • Health problems that can lead to death.

If you, or your family member is being affected by addiction, Northpoint Recovery can help you find addiction help in Caldwell.

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Caldwell Drug and Alcohol Abuse Facts

Illicit use of prescription drugs and 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. In the U.S, there are about 23 million people aged 12 or older that have needed treatment for drug and alcohol problems. There are many children who have to live with parents who have substance abuse problems. This creates many problems with development and genuine happiness.

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). The problem is costing $400 billion annually.

Help for Addiction in Caldwell

With the problems so big in the U.S. when it comes to drug use, Caldwell can’t escape addiction. Even the surgeon general is begging doctors to help stop the epidemic of drug addiction in the U.S. Thankfully, there is also many addiction resources in Caldwell for it’s residents. Not only can you enter into well-renowned recovery programs, but you’ll have support after the fact too. There is support for the family so they can help the individual. The process of recovery is long but there is all the help you need along the way.

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. There is everything from intervention, detox, rehabilitation, and long-term support. Some are non-profit while others are private, high quality services. To learn more about sobriety and support in Caldwell, see the resources listed here.

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.

Monday

Alive Again
7:00 am and noon
All Twelve Step Club
2717 S Kimball Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Un Camino Mejor
7:00 PM
107 S. Kimball #235
Caldwell, Idaho

Primary Purpose Group
8:00 PM
St. David's Episcopal Church
1800 Arlington Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Tuesday

Alive Again
12:00 noon
All Twelve Step Club
2717 S Kimball Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

New Possibilities
6:00 PM
Canyon Clinic Wellness
524 Cleveland Blvd #140
Caldwell, Idaho

Primary Purpose Group
8:00 PM
St. David's Episcopal Church
1800 Arlington Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Wednesday

Alive Again
7:00 AM and noon
All Twelve Step Club
2717 S Kimball Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Caldwell Wednesday Night Group
8:00 PM
St. David's Episcopal Church
1800 Arlington Ave
Calwell, Idaho

Thursday

Un Camino Mejor
7:00 PM
107 S. Kimball #235
Caldwell, Idaho

Primary Purpose Group (men’s meeting)
8:00 PM
St. David's Episcopal Church
1800 Arlington Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Women’s’ Grapevine Meeting
8:00 PM
1800 Arlington Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Friday

Alive Again
7:00 AM and noon
All Twelve Step Club
2717 S Kimball Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Un Camino Mejor
7:00 PM
107 S. Kimball #235
Caldwell, Idaho

Primary Purpose Group
8:00 PM
St. David's Episcopal Church
1800 Arlington Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Saturday

On Awakening
9:00 AM and noon
All Twelve Step Club
2717 S Kimball Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Un Camino Mejor
7:00 PM
107 S. Kimball #235
Caldwell, Idaho

Primary Purpose Group
8:00 PM
St. David's Episcopal Church
1800 Arlington Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Sunday

Alive Again
Noon
All Twelve Step Club
2717 S Kimball Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Un Camino Mejor
7:00 PM
107 S. Kimball #235
Caldwell, Idaho

Sunday Night Book Study
7:00 PM
Boone Memorial Presbyterian Church
406 S 14th Ave
Caldwell, Idaho

Drug Recovery Meetings in Caldwell

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. It is also useful for a new attendee who is first learning what addiction is and what sort of help is out there for the person. NA meetings are non-profit and always free.

 Narcotics Anonymous

Tuesday

House
6:30 PM
2717 South Kimball Avenue
Caldwell, Idaho

Wednesday

220 N 6th Avenue
12:00
Caldwell, Idaho 83605-5084
House
6:30 PM
2717 South Kimball Avenue
Caldwell, Idaho
220 N 6th Avenue
7:00 PM
Caldwell, Idaho

Thursday

House
6:30 PM
2717 South Kimball Avenue
Caldwell, Idaho 83605-5623
220 N 6th Avenue
7:00 PM
Caldwell, Idaho

Friday

House
6:30 PM
2717 South Kimball Avenue
Caldwell, Idaho 83605-5623

Saturday

220 N 6th Avenue
12:00 noon
Caldwell, Idaho
220 N 6th Avenue
7:00 PM
Caldwell, Idaho 83605-5084
2nd Sat Potluck/Speaker Meeting

Sunday

House
6:30
2717 South Kimball Avenue
Caldwell, Idaho

Al-Anon is a family-based group. A fellowship of family and friends who are trying to help an alcoholic in their life. They share their experiences, get the support they need and gain knowledge about the disease of addiction. This helps people to find hope and strength to support the addicts they love. Al-Anon and Alateen are there for family members, including children and teenagers, affected by a loved one's drinking or drug abuse. Here, you will find the space to be warm, and welcoming. The meetings are free and self-supporting. Al-Anon and

Alateen provides guidance with boundary setting and self-care while living with a person who is recovering from or still living with addiction. It is based on the 12 steps.

Al-Anon Alateen Information Service Center
1111 S Orchard St
Ste 172
Boise, ID
83705
Hrs: (Call ahead, volunteer hours may vary)
Monday - Friday: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Phone: (208) 344-1661
Email: al.anon.idaho@gmail.com

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Al-Anon and Alateen meetings located in or near Caldwell

Al-Anon and Alateen meetings

Monday (Middleton, Idaho)
7:30 PM - Serenity Group
8:30 PM
United Methodist Church
104 East Main (West side door)
AA meeting in next room & separate playroom

Monday (Nampa, Idaho)
7:00 PM - Beginners Al-Anon
8:30 PM
First United Methodist Church
2717 12th Avenue Rd
Contact: Loni (208) 442-7268
Cindy (208) 869-9921

Tuesday (Caldwell)
6:00 PM - Una Luz al Final Del Túnel
7:30 PM Spanish Meeting
107 S Kimball Av (next to barber shop)
Contact Jesus T. (208) 800-7220
Maria P. (208) 965-6639

Thursday (Nampa)
6:30 PM - Paths to Recovery
7:30 PM Trinity Lutheran Church
8 S Midland Blvd, Room 2 (corner of Lone Star Rd)
Contact: Sol B. (208) 936-0332
Janet D. (208) 230-9074

Online Support Groups

As there isn’t as much addiction support in Caldwell as you might get in a larger city, there are online groups you can take part in. Online support groups provide a convenient alternative to addiction support, and there are several types of groups available to meet your needs.

There are Internet-based groups of Narcotics Anonymous with two daily online meetings where addicts seeking recovery can chat 24/7 for support and fellowship.

The meetings are text/chat based and group members participate by typing their shares. You do not need a webcam or a microphone, simply log into the chatroom when it's time for the meeting.

Just pick a nickname and click "Start" to instantly join the room and begin talking to other recovering addicts who are here to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other!

You can listen or share whatever you feel comfortable sharing.

Dual Recovery Anonymous™ is an independent, nonprofessional, Twelve Step, self-help membership organization for people with a dual diagnosis. Our goal is to help men and women who experience a dual illness. We are chemically dependent and we are also affected by an emotional or psychiatric illness. Both illnesses affect us in all areas of our lives; physically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually.

SMART Recovery for self-managed recovery training. There are online tools that help people help themselves when going through recovery from addiction.

Al-Anon electronic meetings use different online platforms: discussion boards, email, chat, phone and Voice over Internet Provider (VoIP), such as Skype.  Each meeting is autonomous in its style, format, and entry procedures. They are conducted in the spirit of the Twelve Traditions.

Meetings that don’t list a specific meeting time are held around the clock.

Members that attend AA meetings in or around Caldwell will often supplement these meetings by doing some virtual meetings as well. This might be because it’s more convenient at times or someone just wants to attend meetings more often. It is believed that the bond of the fellowship has a greater strength when there’s more people to support each other. The internet has a grander geographical reach and for some, it is more anonymous.

Online meetings are available in many different formats. There is real-time chat, email meetings, audio visual meetings with the use of Skype, and telephone chats. Specific groups are also targeted so minorities can feel comfortable in specific groups where people have a greater understanding of one another. There are regular schedule or ‘catch as catch can’ formats. Members can post whenever they want. It is an excellent way to supplement face-to-face meetings but it shouldn’t substitute them.

Face-to-face meetings in your community are important. They allow people to hug one another and when things get difficult, they have to physically walk out. Online, it is easier to leave a group chat if you feel upset. Running away from your realities isn’t a healthy way to go about things when you’re coping with addiction. It’s important that you have physical support.

SMART Meetings located in or around Caldwell

Once the step of attending an inpatient drug or alcohol detox and rehab program is completed, it is time to find an outpatient rehab solution in the form of recovery meetings and support groups. In the past, those addicts and alcoholics without a strong basis in faith have had difficulty in finding something that was right for them. This problem was remedied with the introduction of the SMART program.

SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training) is an outpatient rehab organization that uses science to teach addicts and alcoholics of all stripes how to overcome their addictions. This is accomplished with a 4-point program that emphasizes self reliance and training to acquire the skills needed for successful addiction recovery. A sample of the tools utilized in their program include:

  • ABCs of Rational-Emotive Behavioral Therapy
  • Role-playing/Rehearsing
  • Hierarchy of Values
  • DISARM (Destructive Imagery and Self-talk Awareness and Refusal Method)

SMART has one in-person meeting that meets directly in Caldwell. Another can be found by taking a trip to Boise.

Monday

Time: 6:00 PM
Location: AAFV Community Center 1508 Hope Lane, Caldwell
1 mile

Wednesday

Time: 5:30 PM
Location: PEER Wellness Center 5371 W Franklin Road - Boise
24.8 miles

Mental Health Resources in Caldwell, Idaho

Caldwell, Idaho residents have access to some of the best mental health resources in the state.

  • The Western Idaho Community Crisis Center provides crisis intervention services to people in the Caldwell area. They may also provide referrals, and their services are free.
  • Idaho 2-1-1 can be a great source of support for anyone looking for information on mental health services. Simply call 211 from any phone to talk with someone.
  • The Caldwell office of the Idaho DoH can provide assistance to people in need of behavioral health services for both adults and children.
  • NAMI-Idaho is an advocacy group that offers help to mental health patients in search of treatment and local support groups.
  • The Promise Program is an outpatient mental health program that offers day treatment services.

People who are struggling with suicidal thoughts are welcome to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

Also, the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline can be reached at (208) 398-4357. They offer texting services Monday through Friday between 3 pm and midnight, but the phones are staffed for calls 24/7.

If you know someone who could be a danger to themselves or others, please call 911 immediately.

What to Do in Case of Drug Overdose or Alcohol Poisoning in Caldwell

What to Do in Case of Drug Overdose or Alcohol Poisoning in Caldwell

There are over 85% of Americans who have drank at one point during their life. When someone drinks too much or too quickly, the ethanol can poison the body. Many people drink because it relaxes them and is often part of a social scene. There are health problems that can arise from drinking excessively in one session. If someone has alcohol poisoning in Caldwell, they won’t be able to help themselves so it’s up to you to know the signs.

The symptoms of alcohol poisoning include:

  • They may complain of stomach pain.
  • They may have a hard time breathing.
  • They may begin to have seizures.
  • They may complain of chest pain.
  • They may vomit without being conscious.
  • Their coordination deteriorates.
  • They don’t respond when you shake them or try to talk them despite the fact they are conscious.

If you see this happening to someone you know, you should call 911. They will likely ask you what the state of the person is. Do your best to remain calm so you can be as helpful as possible. Here are some of the questions you will likely have to answer:

Are they conscious?

Are they breathing?

Are they lying on their back? If they are, you’ll likely be told to prop them on their side in case they vomit while passed out.

Drug overdoses are more challenging to manage because they can range from opioids to cocaine to benzodiazepines. If you don’t know what drug has been taken, it’s harder to determine what is happening to the person. If someone has taken cocaine, his or her heart can stop. If someone has taken too much heroin, his or her heart may become slower and slower. It can eventually stop. You may need to look for clues like paraphernalia or prescription medication bottles.

Regardless, you should get medical help immediately if you see these signs:

  • Severe stomach pain.
  • Challenges breathing (depending on what kind of drug it was)
  • Convulsing or vomiting.
  • Paranoia.
  • Bluish fingernails or lips.
  • Clammy face.
  • Agitation.
  • Unresponsive.
  • Loss of coordination.
  • Body is limp.
  • Pulse is erratic.
  • They aren’t responding to you but they are awake.

Being able to note some of these symptoms to an emergency attendant may save their life.

In Case of an Opioid Overdose

Opioids have run rampant throughout rural areas of the U.S. This has a lot to do with the fact that they’re often underserviced areas. So when someone gets hurt, they would be given opioid prescription medications to ease their pain. They are effective for this purpose but it doesn’t take long before patients experience psychological and physical dependency.

Then the government pulled the plug on how available opioid drugs should be. You then have these average people that never even realized they were addicted in Caldwell. They weren’t able to get prescriptions renewed so they turned to the street. They would either buy those prescription drugs for a higher price on the street, or purchase stronger illicit opioids.

It’s also important that you know the signs of an opioid overdose. The person who has overdosed will experience a decrease in their heart rate. They may try to talk but you can’t understand what they’re saying or it doesn’t make sense. They may seem confused themselves. If this occurs and then they pass out, you should call for emergency medical assistance in Caldwell immediately. They could fall into a coma quickly at this point and their heart may stop completely.

When someone starts taking street opioids, they are at a higher risk of death from overdose. Fentanyl has instantly killed many users. Naloxone is a part of every first aid kit that would involve an attendant being in contact with people using opioids. This is a drug that can reverse the effects of opioids and has saved countless lives. It’s recommended that if someone in your life is abusing opioids that you carry Naloxone.

In the effort to fight overdose deaths in Caldwell, the Nampa Police Department received $6,300 from the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program. They used it to purchase Narcan which is the brand name of Naloxone that is saving countless lives all over the country. It’s a nasal inhaler so anyone can use it and it reverses the effects of a heroin overdose. There is a major problem in Caldwell and surrounding areas for heroin use and forensic scientists have found traces of fentanyl when analyzing heroin.

If you suspect it’s an opioid overdose and you administer the Naloxone, you’ll still need to call an ambulance or go to the emergency room right away. This is because the Naloxone doesn’t last as long as the drugs in the system. As soon as it wears off, it can cause the body to experience all the dangerous overdose symptoms.

Some of the symptoms include:

  • No response when you shake them or shout their name.
  • Their lips, nails, or skin may go blue.
  • Their pulse and breathing is slow.

You can take them to the emergency room on your own. This might be the fastest way to get them medical help.

Nampa might be close enough that you’ll be sent to their emergency room. These are the insurance companies they accept. If you are covered, you can expect expert emergency care for an overdose situation. The emergency department was built in 2012 and designed to offer all the latest state-of-the-art equipment. Their staff is available 24/7 with board-certified emergency medicine physicians and nurses. There are private treatment rooms, isolation rooms, and critical care rooms.

Naloxone, Saving People From Drug Overdose in Caldwell

Professional Help for Substance Addiction in Caldwell

Cost of Addiction Rehab in Caldwell

There are free services for alcohol and drug addiction in Caldwell but if you have the opportunity to get into a private facility, this is your best chance at recovery. Public health services are extremely helpful for those that have hit rock bottom and have nothing. If you are able to pay for luxury rehab, you’re never going to have to wait to be admitted. Sadly, this is not the case if you are trying to utilize a non-profit service. If you’re paying out of pocket, it’s worth every penny but drug abuse rehab can be quite expensive. Luckily, health insurance companies cover drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

What this means is detox,  IOP (intensive outpatient), and aftercare is covered. There is a difference between inpatient and outpatient treatment. Depending on what type of health insurance you have, you often won’t have to pay a single dollar out of pocket to receive the help you need. In the event that your insurance doesn't cover the full cost of alcoholism treatment, most rehabs offer payment plans or even scholarships for patients who show improvements and put in their best effort. If you are not sure whether your plan covers rehab in Caldwell, ID, call our hotline to speak to an addiction specialist. Our specialists can run your insurance policy to help you understand exactly what your insurance plan covers.

Benefits of Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab

The culture of drug and alcohol abuse in Caldwell, Idaho can make remaining sober on your own a challenging task. Drug and alcohol rehab is one of the fastest ways to get and stay sober in a supportive environment that works to tackle the root causes of your difficulties. Drug rehab removes you from an unhealthy environment and places you with people who are committed to your sobriety and well-being. There are a variety of drug and alcohol rehab options in Caldwell, Idaho, ranging from local treatment centers that allow you to continue living your life, to far-flung options that remove you from a toxic environment and offer a change of pace.

There's no better time than right now to call for help finding treatment in Caldwell, ID. Alcohol abuse problems tend to get worse over time, and in the end stages of alcohol addiction, the disease can become life threatening. The brain adapts to having alcohol in the system and can cause deadly side effects if you attempt to withdraw on your own. Recovering addicts can suffer from:

  • Physical Withdrawal
  • Mood swings
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Difficulty completing daily tasks
  • Delirium tremens

Rehab can help minimize some of these symptoms while giving you the support you need to maintain your sobriety for the long haul.

Drug Rehab in Caldwell, ID

Caldwell is home to 15 different rehab centers, out of which all but one specialize in handling drug addiction. Twelve of these are outpatient, with the remaining two offering inpatient programs that run for varying lengths of time.

Alcohol Rehab in Caldwell, ID

The city of Caldwell has seven different addiction treatment centers that offer services to control an alcohol addiction. One of these rehab centers offers inpatient care at their facility. The remaining six are equipped for outpatient only.

Alcohol and Drug Detox in Caldwell

No matter what type of substance you are addicted to, there is going to be a period of time when your body needs to adjust to not having it in your system. This is called detox and usually lasts around a week before it begins to substantially subside. While many addicts and alcoholics attempt this step on their own, popularly known as “going cold turkey,” the best chances for actually surmounting this obstacle successfully is through a professional drug or alcohol detox program.

The reasons behind this simple truth are simple. First, as any addict or alcoholic who has experienced detox can tell you that the effects can be pure hell to go through. Addiction is both physical and psychological in nature, and both types of symptoms usually manifest in full force. Without the restrictive and controlled nature of a drug or alcohol detox program, the chances of failing to complete the detox process are exceedingly high.

It is also important to have someone in your corner who can lend a helping hand during the most critical times. Many professionals working at detox centers may know firsthand what you are feeling, and can offer guidance from a place of true authority. Even if they have not had abuse issues in the past themselves, those who work at detox centers have seen enough of what it is like to provide more helpful and knowledgeable assistance than even friends or family members can offer.

Supplemental medication is another potentially important part of the detox process. Depriving your body of alcohol and many types of drugs can cause serious side effects, such as seizures or even death. There are many medications that have been identified to relieve the more dire aspects of the withdrawal, and reduce it to a manageable level. The professionals at a detox center can make sure you get these medications if you need them, and administer them in a safe and effective manner.

Alcohol & Drug Detox Facilities in Caldwell

Two inpatient facilities offer detox services right in Caldwell. If neither of these two are accessible, and the detox process has hit an intense and unmanageable phase, there is also the choice of going to one of the major hospitals found in Caldwell. There are two major hospitals located in Caldwell, which should be able to provide the detox services needed.

Promise at Ashwood Recovery: Mental Health Treatment in Idaho

The Promise Program at Ashwood Recovery offers quality mental health treatment on an outpatient basis. This is a day treatment program that runs for 4-5 weeks. Clients participate in many different types of treatment, including:

  • Individual counseling sessions
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Processing groups
  • Mental health education
  • Yoga/Thai Chi
  • Art and music therapy

Case management services, crisis intervention and family sessions are also available.

At Promise, they treat many mental health conditions, such as:

  • Self-harming behaviors
  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • OCD
  • Panic disorders
  • ADD/ADHD
  • PTSD
  • Sleep disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Bipolar disorder

Northpoint Recovery

If you have been unable to find an addiction recovery solution directly in Caldwell that is right for your needs, there is a premier choice to consider not far away in Boise. Northpoint Recovery is an inpatient facility that specializes in the treatment of both drug and alcohol addiction. For years we have been helping people with all forms of drug and alcohol addiction find the peace that comes with sobriety.

Northpoint Recovery provides a 28-day program that helps you through all aspects of drug and alcohol addiction. This starts off with a seven day detox process, which also includes medication if it is needed. Our staff understands that this is the most intense and difficult part of the process, and are ready and willing to come running when you need them.

Once the initial seven days are up, it is time to move on to the rehab side of our program. We believe it is vital for each recovering addict or alcoholic to make the most of their time while participating in our program, so each day is filled to the brim with healthy therapy and activities. These take many forms including individual and group therapy, holistic therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy, or CBT. Our detox and rehab program is also equipped to help co-occurring disorder, also known as dual diagnosis.

Health Insurance

For most people, paying for drug or alcohol detox and rehab out of pocket is simply not possible. The costs for a quality program can run into the tens of thousands of dollars, and without health insurance, this means that many who need it will go untreated. Northpoint Recovery is a proud member of many health insurance networks, and works hard to make sure we can accommodate as many people who need our services as possible. Checking to see if we accept your insurance is as easy as a quick phone call, or a visit to our website.

Why Substance Abuse Treatment is Important

Drug addiction kills. Drug abuse was the leading cause of accidental death in 2011, and substance abuse kills more people – directly, through overdoses, and indirectly, through organ damage and other disorders – than any other cause. Seeking drug rehab in Caldwell is the best way to protect your health, avoid the tragedy of an accidental overdose, and begin reversing the psychological and physical damage of abusing drugs. One phone call really can change your life.

Addicts need help navigating a variety of addictions. Even a popular and common drug such as marijuana can become addictive. Marijuana leads to psychological withdrawal and many addicts use it to mask conditions such as ADHD and depression. Consequently, weaning yourself off marijuana may mean you experience serious mental health symptoms.

Some addicts even opt to attend outpatient facilities that enable them to continue working and meeting daily responsibilities. More frequently, rehab is a form of inpatient treatment, which means you'll live at the facility – typically for 30 to 45 days, but sometimes for longer or shorter periods. While in rehab, you'll get assistance with a number of challenges, including:

  • Understanding the psychological, environmental, or family difficulties that led to your addiction.
  • Education about the disease of addiction, and information on strategies for preventing relapse and avoiding developing another addiction.
  • Help managing the symptoms of detox and withdrawal.
  • Medical assistance if your addiction has led to medical issues, including psychological challenges.
  • Therapy designed to help you better understand yourself and your addiction.
  • Group meetings designed to help you gain support from other recovering addicts and talk about your daily struggles.
  • Developing life skills and working with your family. Many rehab facilities offer family counseling and education to family members so that you can repair broken relationships and help your family understand the disease of addiction. Some also offer job training, resume development, and career counseling.

Rehab extends a sheltered environment free of drugs and alcohol, minimizing your temptation to use. Rehab in Caldwell, Idaho is a voluntary process which means you can leave any time. However, you won't be cleared to leave until you've made enough progress in your sobriety journey that it's possible for you to live independently.

Some people may find that going out of state to receive addiction treatment is necessary. One of the major reasons for doing so is to remove yourself completely from your environment. The space away from you home town can allow you to truly focus on healing. When the landscape changes, it can help you to think more clearly or perhaps differently. Here are some of the benefits of doing out-of-state rehab.

  • You can start over and have a greater chance to recover.
  • You’re may have an easier time finishing the program successfully because you’re not close to home.
  • Knowing you are far away from home can make you feel more relaxed which is an important aspect to recovery.
  • You can disassociate from emotional and physical triggers and the root of your addiction. This is dealt with in talk therapy in a healthy way that doesn’t make you feel compelled to use.

Addiction and Mental Health Resources in Caldwell, Idaho: Learn More Today

At Northpoint Recovery, we are here to help people who are struggling with substance abuse and mental health conditions. We have been able to provide stability for families and assistance for individuals who want to get their lives back on track.

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We are a drug and alcohol treatment center located in Boise, Idaho, just a few minutes up the road from Caldwell. Caldwell residents can rest easy knowing that friends and family are just up the road. The small distance that Northpoint puts between you and your hometown can add up to big changes in your life. You'll be leaving behind bad influences and triggers for use and abuse. You won’t have communication with the people that have negatively influenced you in the past.

At Northpoint, we offer comprehensive care in a comfortable, private, and professional environment. Our experienced and highly trained staff can help you navigate the entire process, from registration to checking out of rehab when you're ready. You deserve to begin living the life you want. We want to let you know that you don’t have to do this alone.

We have helped many addicts on their journey to recovery and have seen drastic transformations. Our patients begin to live their lives again and gain that quality of life they have been missing. Don't waste another day trying to manage your addiction alone. Call us today or at the very least, take our assessment to see if you are an addict. We are always available to answer your questions and concerns.

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Our admissions coordinators are here to help you get started with treatment the right way. They'll verify your health insurance, help set up travel arrangements, and make sure your transition into treatment is smooth and hassle-free.

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