Monthly Archives: March 2016

Getting Sober — Advice from a Woman Who’s Been There

March 17th, 2016|

Are you thinking about getting sober but scared to do so?  You are tired of the game, aren’t you?  You are sick of pretending, the guilt is getting the best of you, and you really don’t know which way to turn. You know you have a problem, and you want to get help, but you are scared to death to leave your kids and your family.  No one can take care of them like you can, right? You are even more scared of what you will come back to. People will know I was drinking

Alcoholism and Parenting Don’t Mix: One Parent’s Need for Alcohol Treatment in Idaho

March 17th, 2016|

Alcohol addiction can form in a very short period of time. In most cases, people don’t intend to get addicted to alcohol. However, because of their ongoing use (and eventual abuse), alcohol addiction is often the result. No one is immune to getting addicted to alcohol. It affects professionals, college students and yes, even loving parents who only want the best for their children. We’d like to share a story with you from one parent who finally realized a need for alcohol detox and further addiction treatment once he understood how his addiction was damaging

Finding Free Addiction Resources in Boise, Idaho

March 17th, 2016|

Like every other city in the United States, Boise, Idaho, is not without drug and alcohol addiction.  Places such as Northpoint Recovery and Ashwood Recovery offer inpatient and outpatient treatment options for those who are ready to commit to a program for drug and alcohol treatment, but facilities are just one part of the recovery equation. Those who have recovered from drug and alcohol addiction in Boise, need a place to go after they’ve left places like Northpoint Recovery or Ashwood Recovery.  They need resources. Furthermore, families of those who suffer from addiction need places