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Many people throughout Salmon, Idaho have difficulties with alcoholism and drug addiction. If you are one of these people, there is no time like the present to get yourself some help. A life lived in the clutches of alcohol or drug abuse is no life at all, and attaining sobriety can have a wide variety of positive effects. Because this struggle can be so intense, it is of paramount importance that you find and use the right professional resources. The process starts with detox, then on to rehab and finally to ongoing outpatient support.
Trying to find all of the resources available to you on your own can be frustrating. As such, we have put together an addiction resource guide full of the information you need the most. Rather than have to hunt everything down on your own, this guide provides you with what you need to know all in one place. There is never any need to try and handle the monster of addiction on your own.
While attending a good detox and rehab program is vital to getting started on the road to recovery, it is only the first step. Once these programs have completed, the need will exist for ongoing treatment to keep hold of the progress they have given you. The best way to find this treatment is by taking advantage of the many support groups and recovery meetings located throughout the Salmon area. 12-step programs, like Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous, are vital components of the sobriety of many people.
The most widely-known name in outpatient support groups is Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA. AA meetings consist of fellow alcoholics gathering together to share their stories, and help others with their path. Because everyone can relate to what you are going through, there is never any need to feel embarrassed about anything you have to say. If you are looking for the best faith-based solution to alcohol recovery, AA is likely to be your best fit.
Time: 10:00 AM
Group name: Salmon Serenity Group
Location: Elks Lodge Basement 901 Lombard St
Time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Salmon Group
Location: Presbyterian Center 507 Lena St
If you have an addiction to drugs, the best place to have your outpatient treatment needs met is at a Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meeting. NA is made up of the same format as AA, just with the challenges faced by drug addicts in mind instead. NA is effective for all types of drug addictions, and its 12-step program is full of the insight and information necessary for ongoing sobriety.
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Saint Francis Catholic Church 411 South 5th Street Hamilton, MT
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: Brooklyn-Lemhi County Annex 200 Fulton Street Salmon
Alcoholics themselves are not the only people with support meetings available. Many times, the friends and family members of alcoholics can also go through trying times, and need the help and support found at a recovery group. Al-Anon is the place to go during these times, and is full of the helpfulness and support needed to make them bearable and less destructive.
Time: 1:00 PM
Group name: Salmon AFG
Location: Episcopal Parish Hall 204 Courthouse Dr
Loved ones of drug addicts can also find it difficult to bear their burdens on their own. Nar Anon is an organization whose sole purview is the help and care of friends and family members of drug addicts. The sharing and advice found at all Nar Anon meetings have seen these loved ones through even the most difficult of times.
Time: 5:30 PM
Group name: Helena NFG
Location: St. Paul's Methodist Church 80 E. Lawrence (corner of Lawrence & Logan) Helena, Montana
Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Great Falls NFG
Location: YWCA 220 2ns St. N Great Falls, Montana
Kids can have even more of a challenge dealing with an alcoholic friend or family member than adults do. Alateen provides the same type of meetings as Al-Anon does, but are made up only of fellow children and young adults. Kids are less likely to share everything with adults around, so Alateen meetings are perfect to help them open up.
Time: 7:30 PM
Group name: High Five Alateen
Location: New Life Church 2170 12th St, Idaho Falls
164 miles away
Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Hope Alateen
Location: Hope & Recovery Resource Center 210 E. Center Street, Pocatello
211 miles away
If you would rather base your ongoing recovery on science, rather than faith, SMART is a newer resource you may want to check out. SMART, or Self-Management and Recovery Training, uses a 4-step program based in science that teaches valuable tips and tools to help manage cravings and temptations.
Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Helena College – TRIO 1115 N Roberts, Helena, MT
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Home ReSource 1515 Wyoming Street, Missoula, MT
Northpoint Recovery is an inpatient rehab located roughly around 250 miles away from Salmon in the city of Boise. While this is a fair distance to travel, it ensures that you receive your treatment free of the fear of running into people you may know, and away from unhealthy people and triggers. We are proud to offer assistance to people all over the country, and accept most major health insurances. Our 22-bed facility provides a tailored treatment plan that is full of everything that you need personally to get and stay sober.
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Northpoint Recovery is a 28-day, inpatient recovery facility that is dedicated to helping alcoholics and drug addicts find relief from their addiction. Our program covers both the detox and rehab aspects of recovery, and is perfect for addictions of all types and severity. Please contact us today to find out if our program is one that will fit your needs.
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