Kuna, Idaho has everything you could need – shopping, nature, low cost of living, and proximity to a major city in Boise. It is also home to the first archeological park in Idaho. And Kuna also has another thing needed by millions of people across the country: Help.
If you suffer from addiction, there is no shame in finding help. With the right help and support, you can win. If you're in the 83634 zip code of Kuna, Idaho, there are places to get help near you.
Addiction can strike people of any race, class, age or status. It is a disease that doesn't care about who you are or what you do. Addiction causes problems with health, relationships, and even the law. And it can stem from any substance, legal, illegal, or prescription. As a result, drug and alcohol resources in Kuna are at an all-time high for importance.
According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. More than 47,000 people died of drug overdoses in 2014 alone. Many of these deaths are from opiods, both legal and illegal. There were 18,893 deaths attributed to prescription pain relief overdose, and another 10,574 related to heroin. There is help for you, and here's how to find it.
Narcotics Anonymous helps people regain their lives from the chains of drug addiction and abuse. NA can help you or your loved one break their addiction, whether the problem is illicit drugs, or abuse of prescription drugs like Vicodin or Oxycontin. They use a spiritually-driven 12-step program made to get you back on track and restore your life. This schedule will show what NA meetings are available in the following areas:
Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, has been around since1935. The reason they have that longevity is because their program works. AA is credited with putting millions of people back in control of their lives, and all you need to join is the desire to be free of alcohol addiction. The 12-step program at AA has proven effective from decades, and with commitment, it will work for you too. You can find AA meetings in Kuna to attend by finding your location here.
Addiction isn't only a problem for one person. It affects everyone, and Al-Anon is a group for “everyone.” If you are stuggling to cope with your loved one's addiction, you can find Al-Anon meetings in Kuna here. At these meetings you can learn how to better support your loved one's recovery and also deal with the emotional toll it takes on you.
Alateen is for teens with loved ones who have an addiction problem. These meetings are listed on the same list as well.
Worried about paying for your treatment? There is help for this as well. If you don't have healthcare already, go to https://www.healthcare.gov/ and find out how you can get assistance.
At gov, you can learn about The Affordable Care Act's provisions to help people suffering from addiction. This page details some of them, and also contains links with other relevant information.
For those who are looking for a support group that isn't spiritually-based, there are a number of online groups at Secular Organizations for Sobriety (SOS). SOS deals with conditions ranging from substance addiction to eating disorders.
AA's online support groups are large and varied, and you should have no trouble finding the support you're looking for there as well.
Reach out today. We know how hard addiction can be. Recovery is possible!