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There are several mental health and drug and alcohol addiction recovery resources available in the Grangeville, ID area. Options include professional treatment, support groups and 12-Step meetings like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. The problem is that a lot of people do not know where to turn for help.
We want to do our part by offering information about many of the addiction recovery and mental health resources in Grangeville.
Like everywhere in the country, the opioid epidemic hit Grangeville. In so many cases, even people following their doctors order, addiction developed. Doctors mismanaged these prescriptions for a decade. The result was that millions of Americans became addicted to these legal prescription drugs.
When the government recognized the problem, they made changes in how these drugs were to be administered. This caused many to all of a sudden be without the painkillers that they became dependent on. Many of these patients would eventually turn to street drugs like heroin that have a similar effect on the brain.
Fentanyl has made it more dangerous than ever to use street drugs. It has thousands of people in just a few minutes. The need for addiction rehab in Grangeville is necessary for many reasons, this is one of them. The more you abuse drugs, the more likely you are to run into something that has been laced with Fentanyl.
There are a few different options when it comes to rehab programs in Grangeville, Idaho. They include:
The first choice to consider is an inpatient rehab program. They are the most intensive and you’re also in a residential setting that allows you to focus on recovery. You would start with detox where you get 24/7 care. Then you move onto intensive treatments daily that involve one-on-one and group therapy sessions. In this program, you’ll have treatments tailored to your needs.
When you’ve gone through the rehab process, you may not be ready to go home. This is where PHP can be beneficial. You’ll stay in a sober living setting while going to treatment daily. You get to choose what treatments you want to attend, giving you greater flexibility. This is a great program for those who aren’t ready to go home. You may decide this is the route to go because your home life has too many triggers and you’re still feeling vulnerable. It may also be suggested by your rehab facilitator.
Outpatient programs in Grangeville offer you a lot of flexibility through recovery. They are a low-cost option that are often funded by church or government organizations. They would be considered to be a good step-down program after inpatient rehab. You stay at home while getting the treatment you need. Keep in mind that if you're concerned about relapse, this wouldn’t be the right program for you.
An IOP offers more intensive treatment than a normal outpatient program. It is similar to inpatient rehab when it comes to the kind of therapy you get. The sessions are longer and more frequent. You’re obligated to commit to a certain amount of hours per week but they will work around your schedule. You go to an addiction facility to get treatment and then go home once treatment is done for the day.
The first important step towards addiction recovery is the detox process. This is where you get rid of the toxins in your body. It requires abstaining from substances which can bring on uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. It is highly recommended that you get professional help with detox. The process will take up to one week. From there, you’ll start therapy to deal with the psychological reasons you started abusing substances.
Grangeville to Northpoint Recovery in Boise is a just under a 4 hour drive. They offer a 28-day inpatient rehab program.
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Once you’ve gone through rehab and are ready to get home, you’ll want to plan out your aftercare plan. This can be anything from one-on-one addiction counseling to AA or NA meetings in Grangeville. There is also groups for families of addicts in the form of Al-Anon. If there are meetings you can’t attend, there are always online meetings that are going on around the clock.
Here are some of the group meetings available in Grangeville, ID.
Camas Prairie Group
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
311 S Hall St
Camas Prairie Group
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
311 S Hall St
4432 Highway 12
2nd Avenue West
Camas Prairie AFG
2nd and Hall Church
The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline is available 24/7 by phone or text. Their phone number is (208) 398-4357.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is another great resource. Their phone number is 1-800-273-8255.
Quality mental health treatment makes a big difference, and that is what is found at The Promise Program. Promise is available through Ashwood Recovery’s two locations in Nampa and Boise. They provide people with the support they need to thrive in their everyday lives as they manage their mental health conditions.
At Promise, we treat:
At Northpoint Recovery, we want nothing more than to see our patients/clients be successful in their treatment. There are so many ways to get support in Grangeville, and we can help people find what works for them.
Do you have questions about the mental health and addiction recovery resources in Grangeville, Idaho? Please contact us.
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