American Falls, Idaho Area Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Resource Guide

There are so many drug and alcohol addiction recovery resources available to those who live in the American Falls, ID area. Quite often, they simply do not know where to look. There are a lot of people who will need to consider going to detox and rehab. But that is not the right solution for everyone. 

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings can be incredibly helpful for someone who wants to recover. Also, families can find a lot of support through Al-Anon and Alateen

Please note that while we are not affiliated with these programs, we believe in them. We felt that we needed to inform as many people as possible about these important addiction recovery resources in the American Falls area.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

There are a few AA meetings that take place in the American Falls area every week.

Wednesday

AF Recovery
7:00 PM
235 Idaho St

Saturday

AF Recovery
7:00 PM
235 Idaho St

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Narcotics Anonymous

Going to an American Falls area NA meeting can be so helpful. People tend to find a lot of support there.

Monday

Lifeline Recovery
7:00 PM
180 Idaho St

Wednesday

Lifeline Recovery
7:00 PM
180 Idaho St

Friday

Lifeline Recovery
7:00 PM
180 Idaho St

Sunday

Lifeline Recovery
10:00 PM
180 Idaho St

Support and Help for Families and Loved Ones

Families typically carry the weight of the burden when a loved one is suffering because of an addiction. They may have no one to turn to, which can lead to serious issues. Fortunately, Al-Anon and Alateen meetings are there to offer support. They are scheduled throughout the week in the American Falls area.

Monday

Turn Around
12:00 PM
675 Yellowstone Ave.
Pocatello, Idaho

Steps to Serenity
7:00 PM
5147 Whitaker Rd.
Chubbuck, Idaho

Tuesday

Courage to Change
5:30 PM
745 S. 1st Ave.
Lovejoy & 1st Ave.
Pocatello, Idaho

Wednesday

Wild Bunch
12:00 PM
210 W Burnside Ave.
Chubbuck, Idaho

Bantello
7:00 PM
745 1st Ave.
Lovejoy & 1st Ave.
Pocatello, Idaho

Thursday

Serenity
7:00 PM
Trinity Episcopal Church Parish, on Lander between Main and Arthur

Friday

Out-to-Lunch
12:00 PM
640 Pershing Ave.
Pocatello, ID

Monday

New Life Church
7:30 PM
2170 12th St
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
(For ages 9 to 18)

Wednesday

St. Pius X Catholic Church
7:00 PM
625 E Haycraft Ave
Coeur D Alene ID 83815
(For ages 10 to 17)

Considering Substance Abuse Treatment

Although 12-Step programs like AA and NA can be beneficial, they may not work well for everyone. This is especially true for those who have never had any type of treatment in the past. Some people really need to begin by going through a detox and rehab program. Otherwise, they are very likely to be unsuccessful in the long-term.

Also, it can be so hard to recover without professional support. It helps to work with people who have had success in helping others recover in the past.

Drug and alcohol detox is such a vital part of the recovery process for many reasons. For one, it addresses withdrawal symptoms. It makes some of them easier to manage, and it can eliminate many of them altogether. For those who are at risk for complications due to withdrawal, detoxing reduces that risk.

There are several different types of addictions that require detox. They include alcohol, opioids and stimulants.

Not all rehab programs are the same, and many people believe that they need to go to an inpatient center to recover. That is simply not the case at all. The most important part of recovery during rehab is to determine what led to the addiction. That can easily be done in an outpatient setting in many cases.

Outpatient rehabs can be quite effective. But people may need to begin by attending an intensive outpatient program. IOPs offer a lot of support because they require frequent appointments. People enjoy their flexibility because they can continue to work, go to school and take care of their families.

Our Closest Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center

Our closest addiction treatment facility to the American Falls area is Ashwood Recovery in Boise, Idaho. We are located a little over three hours away by car.

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Do you have additional questions you would like to have answered about the addiction recovery resources in the American Falls area? If so, or if you would like to talk with someone about your treatment options, please contact us.

All of the information presented on this website is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to take the place of medical advice from a doctor, and it should be substituted for medical advice, a diagnosis or treatment. Relying upon anything discussed here is done at your own risk. Do not disregard medical advice you have received or put off getting help because of something you have read on this website. Please call 911 in the event of a medical emergency right away.

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