Victor, Idaho Support & Treatment Addiction Resources

Located within the scenic Teton Valley right on the border of Wyoming, Victor is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and fresh air lovers alike. But within this small-town community lies a serious problem with drug and alcohol addiction.

And like so many other places across the state, many residents of this idyllic Idaho town struggle through the difficulties of addiction all on their own.

But thankfully, there are so many different resources that recovering addicts can take advantage of to stay safe, supported, and sober.

This guide to addiction resources in Victor, Idaho looks at some of the best resources in the area. And hopefully, it shows that no has to struggle through a substance use disorder on their own – especially in Victor.

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Local Support Groups Near Victor, Idaho

Without a doubt one of the most important factors in a recovery program is a strong social support network. Sure, willpower and dedication are helpful. But without emotional and motivational support, most recovering addicts will fall back into the cycle of addiction soon after quitting.

Local support groups are some of the best places to find the social support needed to overcome cravings and stay sober for good.

These groups are often free to attend, open to all, and widely available in most cities across the country.

Below are just some of the best local support groups in the Victor, ID area.

Perhaps the most well-known support group, Alcoholics Anonymous was founded in 1935 and has since grown to have more than 2.1 million members around the world.

What helped make this program so successful is the model of recovery it developed – the 12-step approach. This recovery modality is actually so successful that it’s been endorsed by the National Institute on Drug Abuse for helping maintain sobriety.

And in the Victor, Idaho area, there are quite a few AA meetings to choose from.

SUNDAY

Spiritual Breakfast Meeting
Sunday at 8:30 am
44.9 miles away
Dixie's Diner
2150 Channing Way
Idaho Falls

Grapevine Group
Sunday at 9:00 am
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Breakfast Meeting
Sunday at 9:00 am
36.6 miles away
Trails Inn Restaurant
213 Main St
Ashton

Grace and Mercy
Sunday at 2:00 pm
44.7 miles away
Villa Coffeehouse - Hitt Rd
3102 S 25th E
Idaho Falls

Reunion de AA en Espanol
Sunday at 5:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Holy Rosary Church Parish Center Building
145 9th St
Idaho Falls

Rexburg Upper Valley Group
Sunday at 5:00 pm
37.4 miles away
Upper Valley Friendship Club
359 S 5th W
Rexburg

Turning Point Group
Sunday at 7:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Sunday Night
Sunday at 7:30 pm
8.4 miles away
American Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave
Driggs

Si Podemus
Sunday at 8:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Holy Rosary Church Parish Center Building
145 9th St
Idaho Falls

Progressive Group
Sunday at 8:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

MONDAY

Lunch Bunch AA
Monday at 11:30 am
47.6 miles away
Dennys Restaurant
950 Lindsay Blvd
Idaho Falls

Ashton Monday Night Step Study
Monday at 7:00 pm
36.6 miles away
Senior Citizen's Center
52 Main St
Ashton

Monday Night
Monday at 7:30 pm
8.4 miles away
American Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave
Driggs

New Hope and Inspiration Group
Monday at 7:30 pm
44.8 miles away
New Life Church
2170 12th St
Idaho Falls

New Hope and Inspiration Group
Monday at 7:30 pm
44.8 miles away
New Life Church
2170 12th St
Idaho Falls

AA Study Group (Big Book)
Monday at 8:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

TUESDAY

Grapevine Group
Tuesday at 7:00 am
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Coffee Break Group
Tuesday at 10:00 am
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Happy Meals
Tuesday at 11:30 am
44.9 miles away
Dixie's Diner
2150 Channing Way
Idaho Falls

Tuesday Noon
Tuesday at Noon
8.4 miles away
American Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave
Driggs

Just Stay
Tuesday at 5:30 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Rexburg Upper Valley Group-Big Book Study
Tuesday at 7:00 pm
37.4 miles away
Upper Valley Friendship Club
349 S 5th W
Rexburg

Hope Group
Tuesday at 7:30 pm
45.9 miles away
Center for Hope
1501 Northgate Mile
Idaho Falls

Rigby Group
Tuesday at 8:00 pm
40.2 miles away
Senior Citizen
391 Edmark Dr
Rigby

WEDNESDAY

Lunch Bunch Step Study Meeting
Wednesday at 11:30 am
47.6 miles away
Dennys Restaurant
950 Lindsay Blvd
Idaho Falls

Clean and Sober Group
Wednesday at 6:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Swan Valley Fellowship of AA
Wednesday at 7:00 pm
16.1 miles away
Chapel of the Valley
3263 Swan Valley Hwy
Swan Valley

Rexburg Upper Valley Group
Wednesday at 7:00 pm
37.4 miles away
Upper Valley Friendship Club
349 S 5th W
Rexburg

Wednesday Night
Wednesday at 7:30 pm
8.4 miles away
American Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave
Driggs

The Great News (Big Book Study)
Wednesday at 7:30 pm
47.1 miles away
Unitarian Fellowship Church - downstairs
555 E St
Idaho Falls

Ririe Group
Wednesday at 8:00 pm
33.2 miles away
Ririe Senior Citizen Center
325 Main St
Ririe

Veterans Recovery Group
Wednesday at 8:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

THURSDAY

Grapevine Group
Thursday at 7:00 am
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Coffee Break Group
Thursday at 10:00 am
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Happy Meals Group
Thursday at 11:30 am
44.9 miles away
Dixie's Diner
2150 Channing Way
Idaho Falls

Just Stay
Thursday at 5:30 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Beginners Meeting
Thursday at 7:30 pm
8.4 miles away
American Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave
Driggs

St. Anthony Group
Thursday at 8:00 pm
38.2 miles away
Community Presbyterian Church
47 W 3rd N
St. Anthony

Progressive Group
Thursday at 8:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

FRIDAY

Friday Morning Meeting
Friday at 7:30 am
8.4 miles away
American Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave
Driggs

Lunch Bunch AA
Friday at 11:30 am
47.6 miles away
Dennys Restaurant
950 Lindsay Blvd
Idaho Falls

Teton Valley Group
Friday at Noon
8.4 miles away
American Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave
Driggs

Just Stay
Friday at 5:30 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Great News
Friday at 7:00 pm
45.9 miles away
Cornerstone Pentecostal Church
793 Cleveland St
Idaho Falls

Rexburg Upper Valley Group
Friday at 7:00 pm
37.4 miles away
Upper Valley Friendship Club
349 S 5th W
Rexburg

Alta
Friday at 7:30 pm
11.1 miles away
St Francis Episcopal Church
20 Alta School Rd
Alta WY

Westside Group
Friday at 8:00 pm
48.4 miles away
CrossPoint Community Church
1900 Grandview Dr
Idaho Falls

Lincoln Group
Friday at 8:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

SATURDAY

The Sunlight of the Spirit Women
Saturday at 8:30 am
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Coffee Break Group
Saturday at 10:00 am
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

Clean and Sober Group
Saturday at 6:00 pm
46.8 miles away
Serenity Hall
600 S Blvd
Idaho Falls

The Buzz
Saturday at 7:00 pm
47 miles away
Trinity United Methodist Church
237 N Water Ave
Idaho Falls

Driggs Saturday Night
Saturday at 7:30 pm
8.4 miles away
American Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave
Driggs

Victor AA
Saturday at 8:00 pm
0.2 miles away
City Hall
32 Elm St
Victor

St. Anthony Group
Saturday at 8:00 pm
38.2 miles away
Community Presbyterian Church
47 W 3rd N
St. Anthony

One of the very first offshoots of AA, Narcotics Anonymous was founded in 1953. And it has since used a modified 12-step approach to address substance addictions of all kinds. That means that addictions to heroin, cocaine, meth, and yes, even alcohol are all treated through NA.

Meetings are also free to attend, just like AA. And membership is open to anyone who is looking for a way to better control their substance abuse.

There are quite a few meetings around Victor too.

SUNDAY

Serenity Hall
Sunday at 6:00 PM
600 South Boulevard
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Map
Open

A-Frame
Sunday at 6:00 PM
790 Northeast Main Street
Blackfoot, ID 83221-1822
Map
Open

Rexburg Friendship Club
Sunday at 6:30 PM
359 South 5th West
Rexburg, ID 83440
Map
Open

First Baptist Church
Sunday at 7:00 PM
90 West Kelly Avenue
Jackson Hole, WY 83001-8536
Map
Open

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
Sunday at 7:00 PM
132 South 1st Street West
Grace, ID 83241-5215
Map
Open

MONDAY

A-Frame
Monday at 7:00 PM
790 Northeast Main Street
Blackfoot, ID 83221-1822
Map
Open

Rexburg Friendship Club
Monday at 8:00 PM
359 South 5th West
Rexburg, ID 83440
Map
Open

Trinity Methodist Church
Monday at 8:00 PM
237 North Water Avenue
Idaho Falls, ID 83402-4003
Map
Open

TUESDAY

First Baptist Church
Tuesday at 7:00 PM
90 West Kelly Avenue
Jackson Hole, WY 83001-8536
Map
Open

Central Christian Church
Tuesday at 7:00 PM
918 North 8th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83201-5719
Map
Open

WEDNESDAY

72 South Shilling Avenue
Wednesday at 7:00 PM
72 S Shilling Ave
Blackfoot, ID 83221-2951
Map
Open

First Methodist Church
Wednesday at 7:00 PM
200 North 15th Avenue
Pocatello, ID 83201
Map
Open

THURSDAY

A-Frame
Thursday at 7:00 PM
790 Northeast Main Street
Blackfoot, ID 83221-1822
Map
Open

First Methodist Church
Thursday at 7:30 PM
200 North 15th Avenue
Pocatello, ID 83201
Map
Open

Saint Thomas Episcopal Church
Thursday at 8:00 PM
951 1St Street
Dubois, WY 82513
Map
Open

Saint Andrew's In The Pines
Thursday at 8:00 PM
524 West Pine Street
Pinedale, WY 82941
Map
Open

FRIDAY

First Baptist Church
Friday at 7:00 PM
90 West Kelly Avenue
Jackson Hole, WY 83001-8536
Map
Open

Trinity Methodist Church
Friday at 7:00 PM
237 North Water Avenue
Idaho Falls, ID 83402-4003
Map
Open

A-Frame
Friday at 9:00 PM
790 Northeast Main Street
Blackfoot, ID 83221-1822
Map
Open

SATURDAY

Crown of Life Lutheran Church
Saturday at 6:00 PM
3856 East 300 North
Rigby, ID 83442-5422
Map
Open

Serenity Hall
Saturday at 7:00 PM
600 South Boulevard
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Map
Open

72 South Shilling Avenue
Saturday at 7:00 PM
72 S Shilling Ave
Blackfoot, ID 83221-2951
Map
Open

Saint Andrew's In The Pines
Saturday at 8:00 PM
524 West Pine Street
Pinedale, WY 82941
Map
Open

While alcoholism can lead to some very self-destructive behaviors, many friends and family members of problem drinkers are also often hurt along the way too. And for them, getting the right kind of support can end up being even harder.

That’s where Al-Anon comes in. This 12-step program helps victims of a loved one’s alcoholism by giving them the support and guidance they need to stay happy, healthy, and safe.

There are a number of Al-Anon groups taking place around Victor, ID too.

Driggs AFG
Tuesday 6:30 PM
Legion Hall
30 E Wallace Ave, Driggs, ID, 83422, USA
8.4 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome
Handicap Access

Teton Valley AFG
Sunday 6:30 PM
Family Safety Network
120 N 1st E, Driggs, ID, 83422, USA
8.5 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome

AFG Works
Wednesday 5:30 PM
First Baptist Church
90 W Kelly Ave, Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
Basement
19.5 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome

AFG Works
Monday 12:00 PM
First Baptist Church
90 W Kelly Ave, Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
Basement
19.5 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome

AFG Works
Friday 12:00 PM
First Baptist Church
90 W Kelly Ave, Jackson, WY, 83001, USA
Basement
19.5 miles away
Student & Professional observers welcome

Many young people have an especially hard time opening up to support from groups like Al-Anon. And part of the problem is being surrounded by people two, three, or even four times their own age.

Alateen gathers people of similar ages (usually 10 to 20 years old) so that members feel more comfortable sharing their experiences and learning from those of others.

There are two Alateen groups in particular taking place in the Victor area.

High Five Alateen
Monday 7:30 PM
New Life Church
2170 12th St, Idaho Falls, ID, 83404, USA
Age range 9-18.
44.8 miles away

Hope Alateen
Thursday 6:00 PM
Hope & Recovery Resource Center
210 E. Center Street, Pocatello, ID, 83204, USA
Age range 11-18.
84.5 miles away

Just as AA has Al-Anon, Narcotics Anonymous also has the friends and family group Nar-Anon. And that means that people hurt by their loved one’s substance abuse of any kind have a place to turn to for support.

Unfortunately, there aren’t any Nar-Anon groups taking place within 100 miles of Victor. However, you can have a look at their online meeting directory here to find a group close to you.

Growing up in an alcoholic home can be devastating. And for many, the trauma experienced here can often carry over well into adulthood, causing serious emotional and functional problems that may last a lifetime without help.

Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACoA) is another 12-step group devoted to helping adults who went through the traumatizing experience of growing up with an alcoholic and are still having problems. And it’s been a vital source of healing for many.

There are quite a few ACoA groups meeting around Victor, ID to have a look at.

Wyoming, Jackson ( Teton) 
Monday 07:30 pm
Jackson ACA-Meeting is downstairs in First Baptist Church in the same room where Al-Anon meetings are held.
90 W Kelly Ave, 83001
(English) ACAs only (Closed), Book Study, Needs Support,

IDAHO, Idaho Falls ( Bonneville) 
Sunday 05:00 pm
Sunday Night Meeting-Meeting every Sunday night now by invitation for newcomers.
703 John Adams Parkway, 83401
(English) Open to all, Discussion, Book Study, Fellowship Text, Steps, 

The 12-step approach to recovery is a powerful one. However, it isn’t right for everyone. But luckily, there are a few alternatives to consider.

SMART Recovery is one of the best of these alternatives. These non-spiritual groups use the latest in addiction research to give members real-world strategies for coping with cravings, avoiding triggers, and staying sober permanently.

There are a number of SMART Recovery groups happening around Victor to have a look at.

Jackson, Wyoming Wednesday 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
610 West Broadway
83001 Jackson Wyoming
Meeting: #3453
Discussion Public

Jackson, Wyoming – ***On Hiatus***
610 West Broadway
83001 Jackson Wyoming
Meeting: #4691
Public Standard

Rigby, Idaho – Sunday 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
3856 East 300 North
83442 Rigby Idaho
Meeting: #4910
Public Standard

Idaho Falls, Idaho *Family & Friends* Tuesday 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
1501 Northgate Mile
83401 Idaho Falls Idaho
Meeting: #4403
Family and Friends Public

Idaho Falls, Idaho – Wednesday 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
530 East Anderson Street
83401 Idaho Falls Idaho
Meeting: #4335
Public Standard

Idaho Falls, Idaho – Friday 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
530 East Anderson Street
83401 Idaho Falls Idaho
Meeting: #4762
Public Standard

Idaho Falls, Idaho – Friday 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
530 East Anderson Street
83401 Idaho Falls Idaho
Meeting: #5065
Public Standard

While attending in-person meetings like those above is the best way to get much-needed support, not everyone will be able to make it into these face-to-face groups. It could be a full schedule, a lack of transportation, or even just embarrassment because of the numerous stigmas surrounding addiction.

No matter the reason, there are other options. And online groups are some of the best.

These groups can take place through a variety of mediums, including email, chat-rooms, or even video calls. Each group has their own way of meeting.

Below are the best places to start finding an online group that works for you.

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Professional Treatment for The Best Recovery Outcomes

Support is a vital part of any successful recovery. But it and it alone often isn’t enough to keep recovering addicts from turning back to substance abuse. And this is especially true during the initial stages of getting clean, which can often be the hardest.

That’s where a professional addiction treatment program comes in. These programs are founded on evidence-based strategies and techniques that are actually proven to help during the initial stages of recovery.

And without these formal programs, many addicts simply won’t be able to resist turning back to substance abuse soon after first trying to quit.

There are two main types of programs in particular: detoxification and rehabilitation.

Detoxification – Stage one of the recovery process, detoxification is just as helpful as it is vital for staying clean. That’s because it deals exclusively with the withdrawal phase – when the body is first re-learning how to function normally without the addictive substance.

And it’s during this phase that a number of extremely uncomfortable side effects known as withdrawals assault the recovering addict.    

Some of the most common withdrawals include:

  • Headaches
  • Tremors
  • Paranoia
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea

These withdrawals can often be so overwhelming that recovering addicts will feel compelled to turn back to using just to get relief from the symptoms. And thus, they often begin the cycle of addiction all over again.

A professional detoxification program treats these symptoms to make them far more manageable. And they also protect patients from the serious and sometimes deadly complications that can occur along the way.

Rehabilitation – This stage comes after detox. And it deals more with the mental side of addiction by treating the compulsive drug-seeking and self-destructive behaviors that are so common with addiction.

Most programs use a combination of one-on-one counseling, group talk sessions, and behavioral therapies.

There are three main types of rehab programs too.

  • Inpatient Rehab (~30 days) – Inpatient offers the highest level of care. Patients in these programs are required to actually eat, sleep, and receive treatment all in the same centralized location. This allows for a more controlled environment, but it can also be quite disruptive to normal day-to-day life.   
  • Outpatient Rehabilitation (~90 days) – A more flexible option, outpatient uses evening or weekend treatment sessions to give patients more freedom. However, this can also translate to a higher risk of relapse.  
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) (~90 days) – These types of programs give patients flexibility while offering a higher level of care than typical outpatient. Treatment sessions take place in the evenings or over weekends. But they are also often longer and take place more frequently.

Unfortunately, there aren’t any addiction treatment centers within Victor itself. That being said, making the choice to travel outside of Victor can in fact be a great long-term decision for your recovery.  

Doing so actually opens up the door to a wider variety of treatment programs. That means more treatment methods, strategies, and proven expertise are available to choose from. And that can translate into a higher rate of success.

There are a few other benefits to travelling for treatment to consider. Below are some of the best.  

  • More advanced facilities and greater expertise in treating your specific type of addiction.
  • Better amenities to make recovery far more comfortable.
  • A new environment to help make it easier to adopt new life strategies.
  • More privacy and confidentiality.
  • A program that, due to its location, can make it less likely you’ll quit the program just because of a bad day.
  • A more solidified commitment to recovery.

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Northpoint Recovery: The Premier Option for Addiction Treatment Around Victor, Idaho

Thankfully, there is a wide range of addiction resources within Victor, Idaho to choose from. And that means residents here have so many different options for support and never have to struggle through addiction alone.

And when it does come time to partner with a professional addiction treatment program, Northpoint Recovery in Boise offers the best treatment services in the Pacific Northwest.

Whether you are looking for alcohol detox/rehab or drug rehabilitation programs, our proven treatment approaches are built on real empirical evidence. Each program is tailored to meet the specific needs of each patient, and we also have one of the highest staff-to-patient ratios in the region. And that means you’ll always get the attention that you need to recover.

Plus, we’re even nationally accredited by the Joint Commission.

But we know that not everyone will be a good fit. And a short chat with a qualified addiction specialist will help determine if Northpoint Recovery is right for you.

In the end, we are passionate about recovery. And we’d love to help you down your road to sobriety.

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