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Drug and Alcohol Rehab, Detox and Other Addiction Recovery Resources in the Orchard, ID Area

The Orchard, Idaho area has so much to offer people who are seeking alcohol and drug rehab, or other addiction recovery resources. The number of people who have turned to substance abuse in this area has been climbing for years. So many need help, but they are not sure where to turn to find it. We want them to know that there is hope, and there are so many ways to find support to stop using.

Groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous have been able to successfully help millions of people get clean and sober. Professional treatment is also an option, and families need to know where to turn to get help as well.

While we have no affiliation with any of the organizations we have listed below, we believe they are excellent resources. It is our goal to provide people with everything they need to get help for their addictions. We hope this addiction recovery resource guide for Orchard is useful.

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Information on Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous was founded in the year 1955. It was actually created as an answer for people with drug addictions who were looking for something similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. The organization provides support groups for people who are looking for peer assistance to help themselves stay off drugs.

Information on Narcotics Anonymous

NA utilizes the 12 Principles of Recovery, which are very much like the 12 Steps of AA. Members attend meetings on a weekly basis, and they last for about an hour at a time. Anyone with any type of addiction is welcome to attend an NA meeting, and the only requirement is to have a desire to stop using.

Fortunately, there are several NA meetings in the Orchard area. This makes it so convenient to find one that will work with everyone’s schedule.

Daily Meetings

Rainbow Recovery Club
12:00 pm
103 12th Ave. N.
Nampa, ID
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Methodist Church
7:00 pm
312 NW 2nd St.
Ontario, OR
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Meetings Every Monday Through Friday

Methodist Church
12:00 pm
312 NW 2nd St.
Ontario, OR
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Redeemer Lutheran Church
12:10 pm
2920 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Sunday

El-Ada Community Center
1:00 pm
2250 South Vista Ave.
Boise, ID
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Grapevine Recovery Support Center
6:00 pm
1518 West Fort St.
Boise, ID
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United Methodist Church
6:30 pm
235 E. Pine Ave.
Meridian, ID
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Residential Meeting
6:30 pm
2717 South Kimball Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
7:30 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Payette Nazarene Church
8:00 pm
1980 7th Ave. North
Payette, ID
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Gateway Crossing Apartments
8:00 pm
211 North Gateway St.
Nampa, ID
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Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
8:00 pm
6200 Garrett St.
Garden City, ID
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Monday

Cascade Community Church
5:00 pm
109 W. Pine St.
Cascade, ID
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Bishop Tuttle House
6:30 pm & 8:00 pm
512 North 8th St.
Boise, ID
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Church of Christ
7:00 pm
595 E. Second St.
Weiser, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
7:00 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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War Memorial Hall
8:00 pm
3rd & Idaho
Gooding, ID
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First Christian Church Building
8:00 pm
619 12th Ave. South
Nampa, ID
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Greenleaf Community Center
8:00 pm
Highway 19
Greenleaf, ID
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Tuesday

Residential Meeting
6:30 pm
2717 South Kimball Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Rainbow Recovery Club
7:00 pm
103 12th Ave. North
Nampa, ID
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Kuna United Methodist Church
7:00 pm
260 W. 4th St.
Kuna, ID
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Redeemer Lutheran Church
7:00 pm
2920 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Sun Club
7:00 pm
418 North River St.
Hailey, ID
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Online

Residential Meeting
7:00 pm
847 Robbins Ave.
Twin Falls, ID
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Cathedral of the Rockies
8:00 pm
717 North 11th St.
Boise, ID
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Hillview Methodist Church
8:00 pm
8525 Ustick Rd.
Boise, ID
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Wednesday

Redeemer Lutheran Church
8:00 am
2920 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Caldwell Christian Center
12:00 pm
220 North 6th Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Whitney Fire Station House 14
6:00 pm
2515 South Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID
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Residential Meeting
6:30 pm
2717 South Kimball Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Gateway Crossing Apartments
7:00 pm
211 North Gateway St.
Nampa, ID
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Caldwell Christian Center
7:00 pm
220 North 6th Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
7:00 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Methodist Church
8:00 pm
312 NW 2nd St.
Ontario, OR
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Oasis Church
8:00 pm
501 North Curtis Rd.
Boise, ID
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Thursday

Residential Meeting
6:30 pm
2717 South Kimball Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Payette Nazarene Church
7:00 pm
1980 7th Ave. North
Payette, ID
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Caldwell Christian Center
7:00 pm
220 North 6th Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Sun Club
7:00 pm
418 North River St.
Hailey, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
7:00 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Payette Christian Church
7:00 pm
906 2nd Ave. North
Payette, ID
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Calvary Episcopal Church
7:30 pm
201 South Adams St.
Jerome, ID
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Walker Center
7:30 pm
605 11th Ave. East
Gooding, ID
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Marsing Assembly of God
8:00 pm
139 Kerry St.
Marsing, ID
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Community Center
8:00 pm
2250 South Vista Ave.
Boise, ID
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Friday

Residential Meeting
6:30 pm
2717 South Kimball Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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United Methodist Church
7:00 pm
235 E. Pine St.
Meridian, ID
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College of Southern Idaho
7:00 pm
315 Falls Ave.
Twin Falls, ID
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Church of Christ
7:00 pm
595 East Second St.
Weiser, ID
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Redeemer Lutheran Church
8:00 pm
2920 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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First Christian Church Building
8:00 pm
619 12th Ave. South
Nampa, ID
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Rainbow Recovery Club
11:00 pm
103 12th Ave. North
Nampa, ID
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Saturday

Maple Grove Park
8:00 am
1227 East Orson F. Persons Court
Nampa, ID
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Caldwell Christian Center
12:00 pm & 7:00 pm
220 North 6th Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Rainbow Recovery Club
2:00 pm
103 12th Ave. North
Nampa, ID
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Residential Meeting
3:00 pm
560 Shoup Ave. West
Twin Falls, ID
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Kuna United Methodist Church
5:00 pm
260 W. 4th St.
Kuna, ID
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Residential Meeting
6:30 pm
2717 South Kimball Ave.
Caldwell, ID
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Redeemer Lutheran Church
7:00 pm
2920 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Sun Club
7:00 pm
418 N. River St.
Hailey, ID
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Methodist Church
8:00 pm
312 NW 2nd St.
Ontario, OR
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
9:00 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Orchard Resource Profile

Information on Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous was the first 12-Step meeting of its kind. It was founded in 1935, and the two men that started the organizations were both alcoholics themselves. They believed that a group of peers who all faced the same circumstances could be an excellent tool to help each other get and stay sober.

Information on Alcoholics Anonymous

The first AA meeting only involved the two of them, but since that time, the organization has grown dramatically. Today, there are AA meetings being held all over the world. Just like NA, the only requirement for membership is to have a desire to stop drinking.

There are several AA meetings in and near Orchard. This makes it easy for people to find the type of group they are looking for. The following is a list that can help.

Daily Meetings

7 AM Attitude Adjustment
7:00 am
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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Residential Meeting
12:00 pm, 2:00 pm & 8:00 pm
5383 W. Franklin St.
Boise, ID
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Happy Hour Group
12:00 pm
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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Stepping N2 Serenity
7:00 pm
Suite A
7265 Potomac Dr.
Boise, ID
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Group One
8:00 pm
Corpus Christi House
525 S. Americana Blvd.
Boise, ID
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Meetings Every Monday Through Friday

Morning Reflections
8:30 am
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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As Bill Sees It
12:00 pm
Five Mile Church of the Nazarene
2701 S. Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID
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Seekers
12:00 pm
Immanuel Lutheran Church
707 W. Fort St.
Boise, ID
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New Beginnings
12:00 pm
Euclid Community Nazarene Church
1319 S. Euclid Ave.
Boise, ID
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Lunch Bunch
12:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church
950 W. State St.
Boise, ID
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Lest We Forget
12:30 pm
King of Glory
3430 N. Maple Grove Rd.
Boise, ID
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Living Today
5:30 pm
Alano Club
3820 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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This Too Shall Pass
5:30 pm
Collister United Methodist Church
4444 W. Taft St.
Boise, ID
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Happy Hour
5:30 pm
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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The Glass House
5:30 pm
Hyde Park Mennonite Church
1520 N. 12th St.
Boise, ID
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Sunday

Happy Hour Group Spiritual Meeting
10:00 am
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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Women’s Connection
11:30 am
El-Ada
2250 S. Vista Ave.
Boise, ID
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Back to Basics
3:00 pm
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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Mountain Home Women’s Meeting
3:30 pm
St. James Episcopal Church
315 N. 3rd E. St.
Mountain Home, ID
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How it Works
4:00 pm
Genesis Community Health
215 W. 35th St.
Boise, ID
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Alive at the Hive
5:30 pm
Boise Hive
3907 Custer Dr.
Boise, ID
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Mountain Home Group
6:00 pm
St. James Episcopal Church
315 N. 3rd E. St.
Mountain Home, ID
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The Dog Pile Men’s Group
7:00 pm
Alano Club
3820 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Midtown Meeting
7:00 pm
Oasis Seventh Day Adventist Church
501 N. Curtis Rd.
Boise, ID
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Live & Let Live
7:30 pm
First Congregational Church
2201 Woodlawn Ave.
Boise, ID
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A Vision For You
8:00 pm
First Congregational Church
2201 Woodlawn Ave.
Boise, ID
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Candlelight Group
8:00 pm
Vertical Church
2620 36th St.
Boise, ID
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Monday

Turning Point
5:30 pm
Presbyterian Church
950 W. State St.
Boise, ID
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Kuna Beginners Group
7:00 pm
Kuna Life Center
House Next to Church
500 E. Deer Flat Rd.
Kuna, ID
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DTs & Beyond
7:00 pm
River Valley Community Church
1115 N. Garden St.
Boise, ID
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Touchstone Men’s Group
7:00 pm
Southminster Presbyterian Church
6500 W. Overland Rd.
Boise, ID
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What It Is
8:00 pm
Alano Club
3820 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Mountain Home Group
8:00 pm
St. James Episcopal Church
315 N. 3rd E. St.
Mountain Home, ID
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Tuesday

No Reservations
12:00 pm
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
2206 N. Cole Rd.
Boise, ID
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AA Noon Group
12:00 pm
Nazarene Church of Mountain Home
950 N. 7th E.
Mountain Home, ID
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Whatever It Takes
5:30 pm
Mountain View Church of the Brethren
2823 N. Cole Rd.
Boise, ID
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Mountain Home Group
6:00 pm
St. James Episcopal Church
315 N. 3rd E. St.
Mountain Home, ID
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Jaywalkers
7:00 pm
Alano Club
3820 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Camino a La Sobriedad
7:00 pm
St. John’s Cathedral
775 N. 8th St.
Boise, ID
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District 3 Meeting
7:00 pm
Collister United Methodist Church
4444 W. Taft St.
Boise, ID
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Atheists, Agnostics & All Others
7:00 pm
Unitarian Universalist Church
6200 N. Garrett St.
Boise, ID
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F-Troop 12x12 Meeting
7:00 pm
Veterans House (Supportive Housing)
1201 Garfield St.
Boise, ID
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Utopia – Young People
7:30 pm
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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A Vision For You
8:00 pm
First Congregational Church
2201 Woodlawn Ave.
Boise, ID
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Wednesday

Overdue Group
5:30 pm
Bown Crossing Library
2153 E. Riverwalk Dr.
Boise, ID
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Step Sisters
5:30 pm
El-Ada
2250 S. Vista Ave.
Boise, ID
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Whatever It Takes
5:30 pm
Mountain View Church of the Brethren
2823 N. Cole Rd.
Boise, ID
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Mountain Home Group
6:00 pm
St. James Episcopal Church
315 N. 3rd E. St.
Mountain Home, ID
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Simply Sober
6:30 pm
United Methodist Church
260 W. 4th St.
Kuna, ID
Map
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Conscious Contact
7:30 pm
Alano Club
3820 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Dingalings
8:00 pm
New Hope Nazarene Church
8585 W. Overland Rd.
Boise, ID
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Thursday

Serenity Steppers Women’s Meeting
5:30 pm
El-Ada
2250 S. Vista Ave.
Boise, ID
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Kuna Beginners Group
7:00 pm
Kuna Life Center
House Next to Church
500 E. Deer Flat Rd.
Kuna, ID
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Twilight Zone Group
7:00 pm
All Saints Episcopal Church
704 S. Latah St.
Boise, ID
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Fresh Start
7:00 pm
Mountain View Church of the Brethren
2823 N. Cole Rd.
Boise, ID
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Sundowners
7:00 pm
Our Lady of the Rosary Church
1500 E. Wright St.
Boise, ID
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Caduceus (Health Care Professionals)
7:00 pm
Southminster Presbyterian Church
6500 W. Overland Rd.
Boise, ID
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A Vision For You (Gay Men & Women)
8:00 pm
First Congregational Church
2201 Woodlawn Ave.
Boise, ID
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Mountain Home Group
8:00 pm
St. James Episcopal Church
315 N. 3rd E. St.
Mountain Home, ID
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Friday

6:30 am Men’s Meeting
6:30 am
Elmer’s Restaurant
1385 S. Capitol Blvd.
Boise, ID
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Alive at the Hive
5:30 pm
Boise Hive
3907 Custer Dr.
Boise, ID
Map

Turning Point
5:30 pm
Presbyterian Church
950 W. State St.
Boise, ID
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Mountain Home Group
6:00 pm
St. James Episcopal Church
315 N. 3rd E. St.
Mountain Home, ID
Map

Jaywalkers
7:00 pm
Alano Club
3820 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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TV Book Study
7:00 pm
Five Mile Church of the Nazarene
2701 S. Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID
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Boise Beyond Belief
7:30 pm
Residential Meeting
5383 W. Franklin St.
Boise, ID
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No Matter What Club VA Meeting
7:30 pm
Old Community Living Center
Boise VA Medical Center
Building 77
Boise, ID
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Utopia – Young People’s Meeting
7:30 pm
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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Speakeasy Group
7:30 pm
Southminster Presbyterian Church
6500 W. Overland Rd.
Boise, ID
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Camino a La Sobriedad
8:00 pm
Residential Meeting
1111 S. Orchard St.
Boise, ID
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Saturday

Dreamcatchers Women’s Meeting
9:00 am
Five Mile Church of the Nazarene
2701 S. Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID
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Steps Come Alive Step Study
9:30 am
Nazarene Church
1319 S. Euclid Ave.
Boise, ID
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Mindful Meditation
10:00 am
Alano Club
3820 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Journey of the Heart
10:00 am
First Congregational Church
2201 Woodlawn Ave.
Boise, ID
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On Awakening
11:00 am
Presbyterian Church
950 W. State St.
Boise, ID
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Just Do It – Women’s Meeting
3:00 pm
Alano Club
3820 Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Happy Hour Women’s Meeting
3:00 pm
Little Red House
419 S. 2nd St.
Boise, ID
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TV Birthday Speakers Meeting
7:30 pm
St. Steven’s Episcopal Church
2206 N. Cole Rd.
Boise, ID
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Mountain Home Group
8:00 pm
St. James Episcopal Church
315 N. 3rd E. St.
Mountain Home, ID
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Al-Anon Information

The families of people with addictions often suffer more than the addicts themselves. It is so hard to watch a loved one battle the disease of addiction. The family members often have no one to turn to for help or advice. That is what makes the work of Al-Anon so vitally important.

Al-Anon Information

Al-Anon serves as an outlet for the families of addicts and alcoholics. They hold weekly meetings where people can come and share about their struggles.

For many families, attending Al-Anon meetings in the Orchard area has already helped them tremendously. There are many to choose from.

Sunday

Sunday Morning Early Birds AFG
8:00 am
Alano Club
3820 W. Cassia St.
Boise, ID
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Seeking to Improve Our Conscious Contact AFG
11:00 am
Orchard Plaza
1111 S. Orchard St.
Boise, ID
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Monday

Monday/Wednesday Noon AFG
12:00 pm
Southminster Presbyterian Church
6500 W. Overland Rd.
Boise, ID
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Monday Conference Approved Literature Solutions Noon AFG
12:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church
950 W. State St.
Boise, ID
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Monday AFG Solutions
7:00 pm
Orchard Plaza
1111 S. Orchard St.
Boise, ID
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Steps to Serenity AFG
8:00 pm
First Congregational Church
2201 W. Woodlawn Ave.
Boise, ID
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Tuesday

Tuesday/Friday Noon AFG
12:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church
950 W. State St.
Boise, ID
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Tuesday/Friday Noon Five Mile AFG
12:00 pm
Five Mile Nazarene Church
2701 S. Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID
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Tuesday Night Women’s AFG
5:30 pm
First Congregational Church
2201 W. Woodlawn Ave.
Boise, ID
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Tuesday Night Adult Child AFG
7:00 pm
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
518 N. 8th St.
Boise, ID
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Wednesday

Monday/Wednesday Noon AFG
12:00 pm
Southminster Presbyterian Church
6500 W. Overland Rd.
Boise, ID
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The 3 Legacy’s Writing for Serenity AFG
10:00 am
PEER Wellness Center
963 S. Orchard
Suite 101
Boise, ID
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Thursday

New Beginnings AFG
12:00 pm
Church of the Nazarene
950 N. 7th E.
Mountain Home, ID
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Noon Step Meeting AFG
12:00 pm
1111 S. Orchard St.
Boise, ID
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Thursday Men’s AFG
6:00 pm
5 Mile Rd. Nazarene Church
2701 S. Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID
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Southeast Boise AFG
6:30 pm
Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church
2981 East Boise Ave.
Boise, ID
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Kuna Simply Serenity AFG
7:00 pm
Kuna United Methodist Church
260 W. 4th St.
Kuna, ID
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Friday

Tuesday/Friday Noon Five Mile AFG
12:00 pm
Five Mile Nazarene Church
2701 S. Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID
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Tuesday/Friday Noon AFG
12:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church
950 W. State St.
Boise, ID
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Friday Night Fireside AFG
7:00 pm
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
2206 N. Cole Rd.
Boise, ID
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Saturday

Saturday’s Serenity AFG
9:00 am
Five Mile Church of the Nazarene
2701 S. Five Mile Rd.
Boise, ID
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Saturday Morning Spiritual AFG
10:00 am
St. Paul’s Catholic Student Center
1915 W. University Dr.
Boise, ID
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Alateen Information

Alateen is a part of the Al-Anon organization. The only difference is that they focus solely on providing support for teens and young adults. Some meetings may also allow older children to attend as well.

Teenagers and young people can often become isolated when they know a loved one is battling an addiction. They may not feel comfortable to confide in their friends, and as a result, they feel like they have no one to turn to. Alateen gives them the outlet they so desperately need.

An Orchard area Alateen meeting can help a young person who is struggling because they have an addicted loved one. There is one in this community.

Monday Night Alateen
Mondays at 8:00 pm
First Congregational Church
2201 Woodlawn Ave.
Boise, ID
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Teenagers are welcome to register to attend online Alateen meetings. Also, anyone is welcome to come to an Al-Anon meeting, regardless of how old they are.

SMART Recovery – A Non-12-Step Approach to Recovery

Even though 12-Step problems can be very effective, some people prefer a different approach. SMART Recovery offers them an alternative, and the methods they use are built around a 4-Point Program. The 4 Points are:

  1. Building and maintaining the motivation to change.
  2. Coping with urges to use.
  3. Managing thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in an effective way without addictive behaviors.
  4. Living a balanced, positive, and healthy life.

SMART Recovery offers support groups all over the world for those who have a desire for peer support. Participants are able to work together to empower one another to make drastic changes in their lives. It is a great program, and it has helped many people.

Monday

AAFV Community Center
6:00 pm
1508 Hope Lane
Caldwell, ID
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Wednesday

PEER Wellness Center
5:30 pm
5371 W. Franklin Rd.
Boise, ID
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Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment

Finally, it may be a good idea to consider going to an inpatient treatment program. Even though outpatient care can provide a lot of support, the reality is that it often is not enough. This is especially true for someone who is new to recovery.

Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment

There are so many benefits to going to an inpatient drug or alcohol treatment center. Some of them include:

  • Being able to take the time to focus completely on recovery.
  • Learning new coping skills to help avoid a relapse.
  • Being able to address both the physical and psychological parts of the addiction.
  • Removing oneself from the temptation to use.
  • Getting the appropriate level of treatment that can result in long-term recovery.

Drug and alcohol detox is a necessity for many types of addictions. For instance, someone who is addicted to alcohol, stimulants, benzodiazepines or opiates/opioids may be required to detox. For a lot of people, this is the first step they take when they stop using.

What is Detoxification?

Detox can be done in a number of different ways. Some people can greatly benefit from going through a medical detox program. This will allow them to take medications to help with withdrawal and reduce the risk of complications. Most experts agree that holistic treatment should also be prescribed. These may include dietary changes and new exercise regimens.

After the detoxification period is over, patients are ready to move on to drug and alcohol rehab. During this time, they will begin to work on the psychological part of the addiction.

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Individual therapy sessions are a vital part of the recovery process. Patients will meet with their therapist regularly to talk about what led to their substance abuse. They will also participate in group therapy and other forms of treatment during this time.

It is essential to find out what led to the addiction. For many patients, the cause is a co-occurring disorder that must be treated in order for recovery to take place. They can receive that treatment during their rehab stay, which should last about 28 days.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Detox Programs in the Orchard Area

As we mentioned earlier, alcohol and drug detox is one of the most important parts of recovery, in many cases. Some people suffer from addictions to drugs that require that they go through the detoxification process. For these individuals, this step should not be skipped.

Detoxing can help people be successful in recovery long-term. It treats withdrawal symptoms and can often help addicts and alcoholics avoid potential complications while they are recovering.

There are currently five inpatient drug and alcohol detox programs within 25 miles of Orchard. There are none located in the city itself, and the closest one is in Boise, 22.7 miles away, according to the SAMHSA treatment locator.

Anyone considering going through detox should avoid outpatient or rapid detox programs. They could be dangerous, and there are serious risks involved with this type of treatment. Patients need to be in a medical setting where they can get the help they need in the event of a complication or emergency situation.

At this time, there are no hospitals within 100 miles of Orchard that offer detoxification services. Anyone who is interested in this type of treatment should consider a private addiction treatment program. There are also county and state facilities that offer it as well.

Orchard Area Alcohol Rehab Programs

The challenges that alcoholics face when it comes to recovering are many. It can be so hard to stop drinking without the proper support, and AA is often not enough. Fortunately, there are alcohol rehabs in the Orchard area that can provide quality treatment.

The goal of alcohol rehab is to determine the cause of an addiction and then treat that cause. For many people, stress, depression, anxiety or another mental health condition lead them to start drinking. Before they know it, their habit is out of control, and they are unable to stop. It is a way of self-medicating, but it can have serious consequences, including alcoholism.

There are currently no alcohol rehabilitation facilities located in Orchard. But, there are 16 of them in the surrounding cities, within a 25-mile radius. These programs vary, and they include inpatient and outpatient rehabs, rehabs for veterans, and counseling services.

People would often rather travel away from home to get help for alcoholism. This is an option to consider because it allows people to fully focus on recovering.

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Drug Rehab Centers in and Around Orchard

After detoxing, the recommendation is to always follow up with some type of drug rehab program. Both inpatient and outpatient can be effective; although most people need to start with inpatient treatment.

There are so many issues that lead people to use substances and then become addicted to them. A lot of people struggle with co-occurring disorders, such as depression and anxiety. They turn to drugs as a way to cope and self-medicate their symptoms away. Rehab helps them understand what those issues are, and they can get the help they need for them.

There are a total of 34 drug rehab facilities located within a 50-mile radius of Orchard. They offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment, therapy and other forms of treatment.

Anyone who is considering going to rehab should choose their program carefully. It is best to opt for a smaller, private facility as opposed to a state or county-run treatment center. That way, patients can be sure to get the attention and help they need.

Addiction Recovery in the Orchard Area: Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Additional Resources

There is no one right way to recover from an addiction. People have their own, unique needs when it comes to treatment, or getting support to stop using. It can be a challenge to quit, but that does not make it impossible.

At Northpoint Recovery, we offer many different services to meet the needs of our patients. Many of our staff members are also recovered addicts, so they have a complete understanding of what our patients are going through. Because of their training and experience, they are also aware of the best ways to recover.

Do you need to know more about alcohol and drug rehab or other options for recovering from your addiction? Please contact us today.

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