Kamiah, ID Addiction Resources

Looking for AA or NA meetings near Kamiah? You’re in luck! In this guide, we’ll show you where to go for addiction help in Lewis County.

Idaho has a growing addiction problem. Data shows that in 2017, nearly 100 out of every 100,000 residents died of a drug or alcohol overdose.

This is a shame, considering that the state has so many addiction resources.

But, many addicts don’t know where to go for help. Even if they know they have a problem, they don’t know who to talk to about their problem.

That’s why we compiled this guide. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the AA meetings and NA meetings near Kamiah. We’ll also talk about drug and alcohol detox, rehab, and other addiction resources.

Hopefully, it helps you and your loved ones find the help you’re looking for.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Kamiah is home to a vibrant Alcoholics Anonymous community. This member-run group helps local residents overcome alcohol addiction.

AA meetings are free and open to the public. There are no requirements for membership. This organization has been in operation since 1935. During that time, they’ve supported countless people through the recovery process.

In a typical AA meeting, members get together to discuss their experiences and listen to each other’s stories. They open up about their emotions, offer advice, and give each other support. As every member is an alcoholic, the group is warm, welcoming, and compassionate.

If you want to quit drinking, AA could be the right resource for you.

Looking for a meeting in your neighborhood? Here’s a group that meets several times per week:

Tues @7:00 PM,
Thurs @6:30,
and Fri @5:30
Green Mountain Group
Community Presbyterian Church
405 Main Street
Kamiah, ID 83536

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Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous is another support group, similar to AA. But where AA is designed for alcoholics, NA caters to people who use drugs. This includes crystal meth addicts, heroin addicts, prescription drug addicts, and anyone else with a substance abuse issue.

Like Alcoholics Anonymous, AA also holds free meetings. These meetings take place every day in cities all across America. There is a particularly vibrant recovery community in Kamiah.

There are no requirements for membership. If you are addicted to drugs and want to quit, the local NA community welcomes you with open arms.

Here’s a popular meeting that you may enjoy:

Sundays @4:30 PM
Kamiah NA Meeting
Life Center Pentecostal Church
4432 Highway 12
Kamiah, ID 83536

Detox and Rehab Programs Near Kamiah

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are great resources for some addicts. However, they don’t work for everyone, especially if someone tries to go to meetings too early in recovery.

Typically, Twelve Step programs are most effective after an addict has gone through detox and rehab. These programs help them to get the drugs out of their body and prepare for life as a sober person. Once they’ve spent some time in treatment, then they’re able to get more out of AA and NA.

There are a number of fantastic detox and rehab programs within driving distance of Kamiah.

Drug detox helps addicts flush the drugs out of their body. When someone uses a substance for years, their body becomes dependent on it. If they try to quit, they go into withdrawal.

Withdrawal symptoms are very painful. Some common ones include vomiting, nausea, muscle cramps, anxiety, and insomnia. In rare cases, addicts in withdrawal experience seizures. Detoxing at home can be both painful and dangerous.

In a professional detox center, addicts have access to medical professionals who help them through the process. The doctors administer anti-addiction medications to ease their withdrawal symptoms and monitor their progress. Withdrawing under professional supervision is much easier than quitting cold turkey at home.

Alcohol withdrawals can be very uncomfortable. Learn how our alcohol detox program can make it more comfortable for you.

Kamiah is also close to some of the best rehab centers in Idaho. These programs help newly recovered addictions transition into a sober lifestyle.

Remember:

Going from addiction to sobriety isn’t always easy. Even after you detox, you’ll still have to manage cravings and deal with triggers. You’ll have to learn how to cope with stress in a drug-free manner.

Rehab can help you learn how to do so. Through therapy and counseling sessions, you’ll learn how to avoid relapsing and how to live a healthy, productive life.

We want to see you succeed. Find out how our drug detox and rehab program can help you turn your life around.

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If you or a family member is struggling with addiction, we want to assist you. At Northpoint Recovery, we provide the support addicts need to turn their lives around.

Call us today for more information. A representative will assess your drug habit, offer some treatment options, and get you into rehab as soon as possible. We’ll even verify your insurance plan to ensure that you pay as little as possible.

The road to recovery is waiting for you. Let us help you take the first step.

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This site is published exclusively for informational purposes. It should not be interpreted as expert medical advice. If you are experiencing health problems, consult a professional. In case of emergency, call 911 immediately. Northpoint is not affiliated with any of the organizations or meeting groups listed here. We are not responsible for a reader’s experience in any of these meetings. Refer to this site at your own risk.

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