St. Maries, Idaho Addiction Resource Guide

While St. Maries is small in size, it still is not exempt from the horrors that come with drug and alcohol addiction. While more and more people struggle from this problem each year, the number of helpful resources to quit have also risen. It is difficult to ignore the cost and hardship that come from untreated addiction, so sharp focus has been placed on developing effective programs to combat it. While addiction is never an easy road to travel, there has never been a better time to bring it to an end.

Our addiction resource guide for St. Maries is full of the information needed to finally bring that chapter of your life to a close. You may be interested in the first step, attending a quality drug or alcohol detox program. You may have completed this step, and need to find a rehab program to keep the ball rolling. If these steps are done, you need to locate good ongoing support, so you never relapse. All of this information can be found in one place here in our helpful guide.

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Located roughly about 350 miles from the town of St. Maries, Northpoint Recovery is a detox and rehab program for drug and alcohol addiction. Our 22-bed facility provides the tools and resources that will help make struggling with your addiction a thing of the past. Our patients hail from all different parts of the country, and the number of different insurance carriers we accept are legion. If you need a tailored program that fits your addiction needs specifically, Northpoint Recovery is a good place to start. If you are looking to stay a little closer to home, we have our Washington State facilities.

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Support Groups and Recovery Meetings in St. Maries, Idaho

While drug or alcohol detox and rehab are certainly important, they are only part of the recovery process. It is necessary to find outside support once these hurdles have been overcome, to make sure you don't slide back into the embrace of addiction. Support groups and recovery meetings, like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, are prime examples of some of the best organizations out there. There are even meetings available to the friends and family members of those who suffer from drug addiction or alcoholism.

Without a doubt, the most well-known name in free, outpatient support for alcoholism is Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA. AA meetings are populated solely by other alcoholics, which can make it easier for people to open up about the more difficult parts of their addiction without feeling embarrassed. The 12-step program that AA offers will help identify the different aspects of your addiction that need the most concentration and focus. AA welcomes everyone, provided that they have a strong desire to put down the bottle.

Sunday

Time: 3:00 PM
Group name: Upriver Meeting
Location: Fernwood Bible Church 64 ID-3

Monday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Spiritually Speaking Group
Location: Nazarene Church 175 Grandview Dr

Thursday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Rough Riders
Location: Presbyterian Church 101 E College Ave

Friday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: St. Joe Valley Group
Location: Presbyterian Church 101 E College Ave

Having a drug addiction is different than alcoholism in many ways. Because of these differences, a drug addict is likely to have much more success using Narcotics Anonymous (NA) than if they go to AA. The problems and trials faced by drug addicts are focused on completely at NA meetings. With the mountains of strength and support offered by other attendees of NA meetings, the quest for ongoing freedom from drug use is easier to achieve.

Thursday

Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Saint Luke's Episcopal Church 501 East Wallace Avenue Coeur D Alene
32.92 miles

Saturday

Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Community Presbyterian Church 1100 West College Avenue Saint Maries
6.36 miles

Friends and family members of those who abuse alcohol also have a tendency to suffer right alongside their addicted loved one. This can cause people to bottle up their resentment, rather than add fuel to the fire by confronting them. Al-Anon understands the need to get this resentment out, before it can result in an overblown reaction to something small and innocuous. Al-Anon's 12-step program weeds out these emotions, and helps loved ones interact with and support their addicted kin with a clear mind and conscience.

Monday

Time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Turtle Wisdom AFG
Location: The Tribal Short House 112 W 1st, Worley

Friday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Courage To Change AFG
Location: Kootenai Medical Center 2003 Kootenai Health Way, Coeur d Alene

If you have a friend or family member with an addiction to any kind of drugs, Nar Anon is bound to make the going a little less difficult. Nar Anon's welcoming atmosphere makes it very easy to get attendees to open up without feeling silly or shy. Fellow members will always be happy to provide help and feedback to others living with what they have to go through.

Monday

Time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Spokane Valley NFG
Location: Opportunity Presbyterian Church 202 North Pines Road Spokane Valley

Wednesday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Spokane Valley NFG
Location: One Church 15601 East 24th Avenue Spokane Valley

There is no more impressionable time in life than the teenage years. This is the time where situations can influence life as a whole in a much greater manner than any other time. Having a friend or family member that is an alcoholic during this period can be especially challenging, and can negatively impact different areas of life in any number of ways. Teens and young adults who find themselves in this boat should use Alateen as a great way to cope with it much more easily.

Wednesday

Time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Just For Today Alateen
Location: St. Pius X Catholic Church 625 E Haycraft Ave, Coeur d Alene
34.6 miles away

SMART, which stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training, is a recovery resource that can be used for any type of addictive behavior. Rather than place all stock in faith, SMART has science at its core instead. Those who make use of SMART's program will learn many tools and ways to curb desires and handle cravings. SMART also has online resources, in addition to meetings held in person, so support and help can be had no matter when it is needed.

Tuesday

Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Never Alone Recovery Hall 309B Main Street, Ronan
187 miles

Wednesday

Time: 5:30 PM
Location: St Luke's Episcopal Church 501 E Wallace Ave., Coeur d Alene
65.5 miles

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If you or someone you love is caught in a losing battle with drugs or alcohol, we urge you to reach out to us as soon as you can. We offer a 28-day, inpatient program that can be just what you need to turn a losing endeavor into success. We tailor each treatment plan to each patient, which is vital in making sure the program addresses your needs in specific. Many of our professionals have had struggles with addiction in the past, so we know exactly what is needed to make your journey as smooth and manageable as possible.

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