Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Recovery Resources in Kuna, ID

Drug and alcohol rehab and other addiction recovery resources like AA and NA are there to help people in the Kuna, Idaho area. The problem of substance abuse only gets worse with every passing year. So many people are unsure about what to do, or they think that there is no help for them. Fortunately, there are many ways for addicts to get the support they need to quit using.

In addition to having alcohol and drug treatment readily available, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings are plentiful. They offer a lot of peer support, which is exactly what many people need during recovery.

This guide offers information on the various addiction recovery resources that are available in the Kuna area. Please note that we are not affiliated with these organizations.

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Alcoholics Anonymous: Battling Alcoholism in Kuna

Alcoholism is an enormous problem in the Gem State. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, roughly 15% of Idaho residents show signs of alcohol use disorder

But, the state’s citizens aren’t getting the treatment they need to get sober. This is made clear by the fact that drunk drivers cause nearly 2,000 accidents every year. Nearly 10,000 Idaho residents are arrested for driving under the influence annually. 

And car accidents aren’t the only effect of alcoholism. Long-term alcohol addiction is known to cause illnesses like liver disease, hepatitis, pancreatic cancer, and other serious conditions. On a statewide level, alcohol-related diseases take hundreds of lives every year. 

But, AA works hard to cut these numbers down. 

Alcoholics Anonymous is an organization that offers support and guidance to alcoholics who want it. Each week, recovering alcoholics gather in rooms all across America to discuss how their addiction has impacted their lives. These addicts share stories, talk about their experience, and discuss the progress of their recovery. 

Many people find that AA is a life-changing experience. 

“We in AA concentrate on helping those who are already alcoholics, those who may have a desire to stop drinking so that they can begin to recover and learn how to live a normal, happy life without alcohol.” - Alcoholics Anonymous, AA Manifesto 

Ada County has a particularly vibrant AA community. The meetings in Kuna attract alcoholics from all over the region who want to connect with other people who’ve lived through a similar experience. In an average meeting, people who have been sober for two days gather with people who’ve been sober for twenty years to discuss the in’s and out’s of alcohol addiction.

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Are you interested in attending a meeting near you? The list below might help you find a good one. 

Note: Some meetings are marked as “closed”. These are only open to people who’ve already attended several open meetings. Northpoint Recovery is not affiliated with any of these meetings, so we cannot recommend one over another.

Sunday 

6:30 AM
Sunrise Morning Meeting
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. This could be a perfect meeting for anyone who works at night or needs some support on Sunday morning. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

9:00 AM
Pioneer Meeting
Flying M Coffee
1314 2nd Street South
Nampa, ID 83651
 This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. It could be a great meeting for anyone who wants some early morning support on Sundays.

5:30 PM
Stepping Stones
Nampa Alano Club
206A 12th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651
 This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the AA community are invited.

7:00 PM
Right Road
Crossroads Church
4152 East Amity Avenue
Room 13
Nampa, ID 83687
This is an open AA meeting. Welcome to all.

Monday

10:00 AM
Sisters in Solution Women’s Meeting
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642
This is an open meeting for women. Any woman who wants to get (or stay) sober is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

12:00 Noon
Noon Awakening
Boise First (Nazarene) Community Center
3852 North Eagle Road
Room 246
Meridian, ID 83713 
This is an open discussion meeting. Everyone is welcome. Attendees talk turns sharing stories and talking about their recovery progress.

5:30 PM
Stepping Stones
Nampa Alano Club
206A 12th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651
This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the AA community are invited.

7:00 PM
Kuna Beginners Group
Kuna Life Center
500 East Deer Flat Road
Kuna, ID 83634 
This is an open meeting for beginners. Everyone is welcome. It could be a great introduction to AA for new members. The meeting takes place in the house next to the church.

Tuesday

6:30 AM
Early Birds
Grace Episcopal Church
411 10th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83541 
This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the AA community are welcome.

12:00 Noon
Sobriety Seekers
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open AA meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

12:00 Noon
Noon Awakening
Boise First (Nazarene) Community Center
3852 North Eagle Road
Room 246
Meridian, ID 83713 
This is an open discussion meeting. Everyone is welcome. Attendees talk turns sharing stories and talking about their recovery progress.

7:00 PM
Women’s Primary Purpose
Holy Nativity Church
828 West Cherry Lane
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open women’s meeting. Any woman who is working toward a sober life is welcome.

Wednesday

12:00 Noon
Noon Awakening
Boise First (Nazarene) Community Center
3852 North Eagle Road
Room 246
Meridian, ID 83713 
This is an open discussion meeting. Everyone is welcome. Attendees talk turns sharing stories and talking about their recovery progress.

6:30 PM
Simply Sober
United Methodist Church
260 West 4th Street
Kuna, ID 83634 
This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the AA community are invited. 
Attendees should enter the building through the front door and head downstairs.

7:00 PM
Welcome Home Group
Grace Episcopal Church
411 10th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83541 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome.

8:00 PM
Meridian Night Group
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

Thursday

12:00 Noon
Sobriety Seekers
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.

12:00 Noon
Noon Awakening
Boise First (Nazarene) Community Center
3852 North Eagle Road
Room 246
Meridian, ID 83713 
This is an open discussion meeting. Everyone is welcome. Attendees talk turns sharing stories and talking about their recovery progress.

5:30 PM
Stepping Stones
Nampa Alano Club
206A 12th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651 
This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the AA community are invited.

7:00 PM
Kuna Beginners Group
Kuna Life Center
500 East Deer Flat Road
Kuna, ID 83634 
This is an open AA meeting for beginners. Everyone is invited. Meeting is a Big Book study session. All meetings are focused around the Big Book and other sobriety literature. 
It could be a great introduction to the Big Book. The meeting takes place in the house next to the church.

Friday

12:00 Noon
Sobriety Seekers
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.

12:00 Noon
Noon Awakening
Boise First (Nazarene) Community Center
3852 North Eagle Road
Room 246
Meridian, ID 83713 
This is an open discussion meeting. Everyone is welcome. Attendees talk turns sharing stories and talking about their recovery progress.

6:00 PM
Serenity
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. Anyone who wants to get (or stay) sober is invited. The facility is handicap accessible.

7:00 PM
Raise the Bottom Young People
Grace Episcopal Church
411 10th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83541 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. Young people and first-timers are encouraged to attend.

8:00 PM
Friday Night Newcomers
Salvation Army
403 12th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651 
This is an open, speaker-based meeting. Attendees stand up to speak and share their stories. Everyone is invited as long as they have a desire to get sober. Potluck happens on the last Friday of each month. 
Enter through the door in the alleyway.

Saturday 

6:30 AM
Sunrise Morning Meeting
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is invited. This could be a perfect meeting for anyone who works at night or needs some support on Sunday morning. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

12:00 Noon
Sunlight of the Spirit Women’s Meeting
Holy Nativity Church
828 West Cherry Lane
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open women’s meeting. Any woman who is working toward a sober life is welcome. The facility is handicap accessible.

5:30 PM
Stepping Stones
Nampa Alano Club
206A 12th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651 
This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the AA community are invited.

8:00 PM
Meridian Night Group
Meridian Bowling Alley Building
324 South Meridian Road
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

Please note: This is not the most comprehensive AA schedule available. For an up-to-date listing of all meetings in the Kuna region, check out the official Idaho Area 18 AA website.

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Narcotics Anonymous: Working Hard to Fight Drug Addiction in Kuna

Like alcoholism, drug addiction is an enormous issue in Idaho. Each year, hundreds of residents fall prey to the dangers of drugs. 

In a recent survey conducted by the federal government, nearly 10% of Idaho residents admitted to using illegal drugs during the month prior. This percentage is above the national average of 8.8%. 

Even scarier, almost 5% of Idaho teenagers (ages 12-17), admitted to having a drug abuse problem. This number only includes those who defined themselves as drug addicts. It also only includes those who had not yet sought treatment at the time of the survey. 

These numbers are particularly frightening, considering the high volume of overdose deaths that occur in Idaho. On average, a fatal drug overdose kills a local resident every other day. 

Fortunately, help is available… 

Narcotics Anonymous has a strong presence in the Kuna region. Every day, drug addicts from all over the area come together to assist each other through the recovery process. Much like Alcoholics Anonymous, NA aims to help addicts get sober and stay clean. 

“We can do together what we could not do alone.” - NA, Welcome to Narcotics Anonymous 

NA welcomes people who are addicted to any drug. In a typical meeting, it’s common for meth addicts, opioid addicts, cocaine addicts, and even marijuana addicts to come together to offer each other support. The organization does not place an emphasis on any one drug. Everyone is invited, as long as they have a desire to overcome their addiction and move forward toward a happier, healthier life. 

Trying to find a meeting in your area? We’ve put together a list that might help you get started. 

Note: Some meetings are marked as “closed”. These are only open to people who’ve already attended several open meetings. Northpoint Recovery is not affiliated with any of these meetings, so we cannot recommend one over another. 

Sunday

12:00 Noon
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

1:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Community Center
2250 South Vista Avenue
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open meeting. NA members take turns sharing their story with the group. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

6:00 PM
Recovery House Discussion Meeting
Recovery House
1518 West Fort Street
Boise, ID 83702 
This is an open discussion meeting. Attendees take turns discussing their recovery progress. The facility is handicap accessible.

6:30 PM
Open Step Study Meeting
United Methodist Church
235 East Pine Avenue
Room #3
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. The meeting centers around the 12 Steps. Members discuss the Steps and their progress in the Program.

8:00 PM
Gateway Recovery Meeting
Gateway Crossing Apartments Community Center
211 North Gateway Street
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. Anyone who wants to overcome drug addiction is invited.

Monday

12:00 Noon
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

12:10 PM
Redeemer Meeting
Redeemer Lutheran Church
2920 Cassia Street
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open discussion meeting. Members take turns sharing their story with the group. 
The meeting is held in the building’s basement.

6:30 PM
Open Participation Meeting
Bishop Tuttle House
512 North 8th Street
Boise, ID 83702 
This is an open discussion meeting. Everyone is invited to stand up and share their recovery story. Children are welcome.  

8:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Bishop Tuttle House
512 North 8th Street
Boise, ID 83702 
This is an open discussion NA meeting. Everyone is welcome.

8:00 PM
Open Participation Meeting
First Christian Church Building
619 12th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651 
This is an open discussion meeting. Everyone is invited to stand up and share their recovery story. Children are welcome.  
The meeting takes place in the basement. A potluck is held on the 3rd Monday of the month.

Tuesday

12:00 Noon
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

12:10 PM
Redeemer Meeting
Redeemer Lutheran Church
2920 Cassia Street
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open discussion meeting. Members take turns sharing their story with the group. 
The meeting is held in the building’s basement.

7:00 PM
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

7:00 PM
Kuna United Meeting
Kuna United Methodist Church
260 West 4th Street
Kuna, ID 83634 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome as long as they want to get sober.

7:00 PM
Redeemer Meeting
Redeemer Lutheran Church
2920 Cassia Street
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open discussion meeting. Members take turns sharing their story with the group. 
The meeting is held in the building’s basement.

Wednesday

8:00 AM
Redeemer Meeting
Redeemer Lutheran Church
2920 Cassia Street
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open discussion meeting. It could be a great meeting for someone who needs extra support before they head to work on Wednesday morning. 
The meeting is held in the building’s basement.

12:00 Noon
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

7:00 PM
Gateway Recovery Women’s Meeting
Gateway Crossing Apartments Community Center
211 North Gateway Street
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting for women. Any woman who wants to overcome their drug addiction is invited. The facility is wheelchair accessible.

6:00 PM
Literature Study Meeting
Whitney First Station
House 14
2515 South Five Mile Road
Boise, ID 93709 
This is an open NA meeting. Sessions are centered around the Big Book and other sobriety literature. The facility is handicap accessible.

Thursday

12:00 Noon
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

12:10 PM
Redeemer Meeting
Redeemer Lutheran Church
2920 Cassia Street
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open discussion meeting. Members take turns sharing their story with the group. 
The meeting is held in the building’s basement.

8:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Community Center
2250 South Vista Avenue
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open meeting. These meetings are centered around the Big Book and other sobriety literature. Members will read from the Book and talk about how it applies to their journey.

Friday

12:10 PM
Redeemer Meeting
Redeemer Lutheran Church
2920 Cassia Street
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open discussion meeting. Members take turns sharing their story with the group. 
The meeting is held in the building’s basement.

7:00 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
United Methodist Church
235 East Pine Avenue
Room #3
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open meeting. It could be a great meeting for addicts who want some extra support on Friday evenings.

8:00 PM
Candlelight Discussion
First Christian Church Building
619 12th Avenue South
Nampa, ID 83651
This is a closed meeting. Only committed members of the NA community are invited. Discussion is held by candlelight.
The meeting takes place in the basement.

8:00 PM
Redeemer Meeting
Redeemer Lutheran Church
2920 Cassia Street
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome. 
The meeting is held in the building’s basement.

11:00 PM
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. It could be a great meeting for anyone who needs some extra support on Friday nights. The facility is wheelchair accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

Saturday

12:00 Noon
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open NA meeting. The facility is wheelchair accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

12:10 PM
Redeemer Meeting
Redeemer Lutheran Church
2920 Cassia Street
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open discussion meeting. Members take turns sharing their story with the group. 
The meeting is held in the building’s basement.

2:00 PM
Rainbow Recovery Meeting
Rainbow Recovery Club
103 12th Avenue North
Nampa, ID 83687 
This is an open meeting. The facility is handicap accessible. 
The building is located behind Mad Man Motorcycles.

5:00 PM
Kuna United Meeting
Kuna United Methodist Church
260 West 4th Street
Kuna, ID 83634 
This is an open NA meeting. Everyone is welcome as long as they want to get sober.

Please note: This is not the most comprehensive NA schedule available. For an up-to-date listing of all meetings in the Kuna region, check out the official Narcotics Anonymous website.

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SMART Recovery Meetings: An Alternative to the 12 Steps

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are both 12-Step Programs. They use a rigid system to help addicts get sober and fight off the urge to relapse. 

While AA and NA both work for many addicts, some people are turned off by the 12 Steps for a number of different reasons. Some people believe that these organizations are religious (because they ask addicts to find a “higher power”) and don’t want to participate in a secular program. Others have tried working the 12 Steps but found that it didn’t work for them.

That’s okay. There are plenty of ways to get sober. 

One great alternative is SMART Recovery, a program designed as an alternative to AA and NA. Unlike the 12 Steps, SMART Recovery takes a more scientific approach to sobriety. There isn’t much spiritual talk taking place at these meetings, which makes them more comfortable for some addicts. 

Both SMART Recovery and the 12 Steps are effective resources. Ultimately, addicts should attend whichever program works better for them. The important part is getting clean. 

Want to find a SMART meeting near you? We’ve found a couple close by that could be helpful. 

Please note: Northpoint Recovery is not affiliated with any of these meetings. Therefore, we can’t recommend any one meeting over another.

Wednesday

5:30 PM
Family and Friends Meeting
PEER Wellness Center
5371 West Franklin Road
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open meeting. Please contact joinus@peerwellnesscenter.org with any questions you might have.

Friday

6:30 PM
Open Discussion Meeting
Five Mile Church of the Nazarene
2701 South Five Mile Road
Boise, ID 83709 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome.

Al-Anon: Recovery Support for Idaho Families

Drug addiction and alcoholism can take a toll on the lives of people other than just the addict. Their family members and friends often suffer, too. 

When you love an addict, their condition has a way of taking over your entire life, even if you’re not using drugs yourself. You feel fear, anxiety, stress, and sadness. You just want your loved one to be okay. 

Unfortunately, there’s not too much we can do to make our loved ones get sober. Unless they want to change, we can’t help them get better. 

“The worst thing is watching someone drown and not being able to convince them that they can save themselves just by standing up.” - Al-Anon 

But, we can still take care of ourselves. We can reach out for support and speak to others who are going through the same thing. We can work toward being the best possible people and learn to manage the stress of loving an addict. 

Al-Anon was designed for this very purpose. It’s a safe place where people who love addicts can go and learn to cope with their pain. The group is open to the children, parents, spouses, siblings, friends, and family members of addicts. It’s a great resource for any Idaho resident who needs support during this troubling time. 

Seeking a meeting near you? Check out the list below! 

Note: Northpoint Recovery believes in the power of Al-Anon as an organization. However, we are not affiliated with any of the meetings listed below. Therefore, we cannot recommend one particular meeting over another one. 

Sunday 

11:00 AM
Keep it Simple AFG
Ada County Services Building
40 West Franklin Street
Meridian, ID 83642 
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Anyone who has been affected by a loved one’s addiction is invited. 
The facility is not handicap accessible.

Monday

7:00 PM
Monday AFG Solutions
Literature Center Complex
1111 South Orchard Street
Room #112A
Boise, ID 83705 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome. The facility is handicap accessible.

8:00 PM
Steps to Serenity
First Congregational Church
2201 Woodlawn Avenue
Boise, ID 83702 
This is an open meeting. Everyone is welcome but the facility is not handicap accessible.

Thursday

7:00 PM
Simply Serenity
Kuna United Methodist Church
260 West 4th Street
Kuna, ID 83634
This is an open Al-Anon meeting. Everyone is welcome but the facility is not wheelchair accessible.
The last meeting of the month is a speaker meeting.

Please Note: This is only a partial list of Al-Anon meetings in the area. For a complete, up-to-date list, head over to the official Idaho Area 13 Al-Anon website. There, you can browse for meetings in Kuna or any other city in Idaho.

Should More People Consider Professional Addiction Treatment?

Even though AA and NA are both forms of rehab, they are usually no substitute for professional drug and alcohol treatment. Many people find that they need to start their recoveries by going to a quality rehabilitation center. Afterwards, attending a 12-Step meeting offers them the additional support that they need.

Getting professional treatment is a major step that can be difficult for some people to take. But it offers so many benefits, including a much better chance of being successful in recovery long-term. It is definitely something that anyone who desire to recover from an addiction should consider.

Detoxing from drugs or alcohol is a very important step in the recovery process. In some cases, and for some types of addictions, it may actually be required before receiving any other form of treatment.

The goal of the detoxification process is to remove toxins from the body that are associated with the person’s drug of choice. This type of treatment can reduce the severity of withdrawal and drastically reduce the risk of complications during recovery. While there are many forms of detox available, medical detox is often preferred because it is the most effective.

There are currently three addiction recovery facilities that offer detoxification services within a ten-mile radius of Kuna. But there are additional programs available for those who do not mind traveling further away from home. The SAMHSA treatment locator tool offers a lot of information about what is available in the local area.

Yes, there is one hospital that does offer detox services for their patients. But most people prefer not to opt for a hospital setting to receive this type of treatment, and for good reason.

A hospital-based detox program can be effective at helping patients get through withdrawal. But the facility itself is very sterile, and patients are often secluded from others while they get the help they need. Sometimes hospital staff offers follow-up options, such as drug and alcohol rehab, but not always.

Although detoxing is frequently an essential part of the recovery process, a hospital is not always the best option. Most people find that they feel more comfortable in a dedicated detoxification facility.

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Transitioning to a Kuna Drug Rehab

After detoxing, moving on to a drug rehab in Kuna is usually the next step for most people. Rehabilitation is also a very important part of recovery because the psychological aspect of the problem must be addressed.

Far too many people suffer from co-occurring disorders – or mental health conditions – which led to their addictions. Issues like depression and anxiety must be diagnosed and treated if the patient is going to be successful with recovering long-term.

A quality drug rehab will allow patients to receive several types of therapy, including individual therapy and group therapy. These, along with other forms of treatment, can be very helpful, and this step should definitely not be skipped.

There are more than twenty drug rehab programs located within a fifteen-mile radius of Kuna. They are all very different. There are outpatient programs, inpatient treatment centers, and there are a few that are hospitals.

Finding a drug rehab that is close to home is not difficult at all. Many people consider going to treatment a life-changing experience. It is an option that is available to just about anyone who lives in the Kuna area.

People often get stuck when trying to decide between an inpatient program and an outpatient program. It is important to know the benefits of each one prior to making a decision.

Outpatient programs have grown in popularity in recent years. People are often busy, and they worry about having time to devote to getting treatment. Many outpatient rehabs offer intensive outpatient programs, which can be very beneficial. They also offer the flexibility that people need.

In most cases, those who are new to getting treatment need to seriously consider going to an inpatient facility. Inpatient rehabs offer a very high level of support; especially for those who are considered at a high risk for relapsing. Many programs only last about 28 days, and they offer the type of support that is often necessary to stop using.

Alcohol Rehab in Kuna

Once a recovering alcoholic has gone through detox, the next step should be rehab. Alcohol rehabilitation programs are available to help people work through the issues that led to their alcoholism.

So many people start drinking as a way to cope with stress from their jobs, their marriages or their families. It becomes a way to get through the day, and these and any other issues need to be addressed for recovery to be possible.

Alcohol rehab services are available at more than twenty different facilities in the Kuna area. But it is very important to choose the right type of program. The best facilities are those that maintain a smaller patient to staff ratio. Also, they should always provide their patients with personalized treatment plans.

It can be very challenging to battle an alcohol addiction. But with the right support, it is possible to overcome those challenges, get sober, and stay sober.

Many alcoholics may have a difficult time deciding between an inpatient and an outpatient program for rehab. Some people do very well in an outpatient setting because they are eager and motivated to stop drinking. But for others, the temptation to drink is very strong, and it can be hard to withstand it.

For that reason, those with alcohol addictions may experience a much better outcome by opting for inpatient rehab. It offers them all the support they need, and they get the benefit of both peer and professional support.

Bringing an End to Addiction in Idaho

It’s a shame to see so many of our family members and friends lose their lives to addiction. That’s why Northpoint Recovery is committed to connecting addicts with the proper resources. We believe that, by finding addicts the help they need, they may be able to turn their lives around.

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, please contact us as soon as possible. We can discuss the nature of the problem, recommend treatment options, and help you decide what to do next.

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The lives of addicts don’t have to end tragically. As long as they take steps to get sober, there’s still hope. A happy, healthy life is waiting just around the corner.

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