Men's Substance Use Treatment
Going through it, buddy? That’s okay. Even the best and strongest deal with it from time to time, and there’s no shame in it.
It’s brave of you to admit you need some help with addiction and mental health. Northpoint has your back. Whether you’re looking for addiction treatment, or dual diagnosis treatment in Idaho, our non-judgemental caring staff will be with you every step of the way. Learn more by contacting us at 208.486.0130.
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It is common for men to bottle up their emotions and problems, which can lead to leaning on drugs and/or alcohol. This is a temporary fix that can impact your overall wellbeing in harmful, toxic ways. Luckily, you’re not alone and there is help just one phone call away. You don’t have to bottle it up and we can help you cope. Substance use treatment can teach you to navigate strong emotions, respond better to your triggers, and give you the tools which you can build the life you want to be living.
Who Needs Treatment for Substance Use Disorders?
The simple answer to that question is, everyone really. We can all benefit from talking to someone about issues we face daily, past trauma, mental health, and definitely substance abuse. Some of us could just maybe benefit a little more. It is very important that we work to destigmatize therapy for men and show our brothers how beneficial it can be. Inspiring social change among men regarding therapy and treatment is vital to our growth as a species. Did you know that:
22% of males and 17% of females used illegal drugs or misused prescription drugs within the last year.
25.4% of illegal drug users have a drug disorder.
In 2020, employed men were twice as likely as employed women to have suffered from substance abuse or addiction (13.2 percent in contrast to 6.9 percent).
Four out of every five people that die by suicide are men
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Why Suffer Instead of Getting Help?
- My substance abuse seems to be negatively impacting my mental health and vice versa.
- My mental health issues are affecting my close relationships and causing problems at home, work, or school.
- I use substances to calm my negative thoughts, panic attacks, or repressed trauma.
- I spiral out of control when I cannot access my substance of choice.
- The people closest to me are noticing and concerned about changes in my behavior and appearance due to my substance use and mental health.
Often substance use disorder and mental health issues go hand-in-hand, feeding off of each other and making each other worse. This is something dual diagnosis treatment can help with.
What Is Dual Diagnosis Treatment?
Dual diagnosis treatment allows someone struggling with addiction, on top of mental health disorders, to receive medical attention, rehab, and therapy for these issues at the same time Through dual diagnosis treatment, you can get a proper diagnosis for all of your conditions, and once you know what those issues are, you can begin to work on and through them. Northpoint offers a variety of programs, services, and therapies to custom-build you a treatment plan that’s just right for your needs.
Programs We Offer
Northpoint offers drug and alcohol detox and rehab, co-occurring disorder treatment, relapse prevention programs, and safe, medically-assisted detox.
Licensed Counseling Staff
We have licensed therapists and counselors on-site to assist in treating addiction and any co-occurring mental health conditions such as anxiety, bipolar disorder, and depression in a comfortable, open, judgment-free zone.
Therapies We Provide
Northpoint provides family therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and group therapy programs to help you be your best self and include your loved ones in the process.
Substance Use Disorders We Treat
Northpoint offers detox, treatment, and relapse prevention for the following substances:
Your detoxification and treatment will be handled by professionals who truly know what they’re doing and how to best help you take back control of your life, free from addiction.
Regain Control of Your Life
There is no reason you should have to feel that you need to shoulder the burden of substance use disorder and mental health issues on your own, especially when you have the support of Northpoint. Let us help you break the cycle of addiction and tend to your mental health so that you can move on from what’s keeping you in this mental space and enjoy your life once more in recovery.
Don’t wait to reach out to us today at 208.486.0130 for more information about our programs, therapies, and services.
Our Idaho Location
2335 E. State Ave,
Meridian, ID 83642