Rupert, Idaho Area Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Resource Information

People who are searching for alcohol and drug addiction recovery resources will find them in the Rupert, ID area. In addition to having several treatment options available to them, there are others as well. 

Many people prefer the idea of attending Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings to treatment. There are also meetings for families and young people through Al-Anon and Alateen

These addiction recovery resources are there to help anyone who lives in the Rupert area. Please note that we are not affiliated with these programs.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

The Rupert area has two AA meetings scheduled every week. There are additional meetings that do take place in the surrounding cities.

Monday

Meeting time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Rupert Group
Meeting location: 710 6th Street

Friday

Meeting time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Rupert Group
Meeting location: 710 6th Street

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Narcotics Anonymous

There are also several NA meetings that are held every week in the Rupert area.

Sunday

Meeting time: 11:00 AM
Group name: Sunday Morning 12 Concepts
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009

Meeting time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Sunday Night Meetings
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009

Monday

Meeting time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Women’s Meeting
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009

Meeting time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Men’s Meeting
Meeting location: 911 South Highway 30, Heyburn, Idaho 83336-5001

Meeting time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Meditation Group
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009

Tuesday

Meeting time: 7:00 PM
Group name: It Works - How and Why
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009:

Wednesday

Meeting time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Emerson Group
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009

Thursday

Meeting time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Topic Group
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009

Friday

Meeting time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Basic Text Book Study
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009

Saturday

Meeting time: 11:00 AM
Group name: Survivor’s Group
Meeting location: SE Corner Normal & E. 16th, Burley, ID

Meeting time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Saturday Night’s All Right
Meeting location: 220 East Ellis Street, Paul, Idaho 83347-5009

Getting Support for Families and Loved Ones

Nothing hurts families more than knowing that a loved one is an addict. Al-Anon and Alateen meetings can help tremendously, and there are many that take place in the Rupert area weekly.

Tuesday

Meeting time: 7:30 PM
Group name: Flier Tuesday Night
Location: First Baptist Church, Filer Hwy, Filer ID 83328
Contact information: Rick (208) 734-7318 or Joan (208) 423-6760

Wednesday

Meeting time: 7:00 PM
Group name: Wednesday Night
Location: First Presbyterian Church, 209 5th Ave N, Twin Falls, ID 83301
Contact information: Rosemary (208) 737-4631

Meeting time: 6:30 PM
Group name: Family Al-anon Family Group
Location: Walker Treatment Center, 605 11th Ave E, Gooding, ID 83330
Contact information: Mary Lou (208) 934-5380
Meeting times change on occasion, call ahead

Friday

Meeting time: 12:00 PM
Group name: Beginning Again
Location: First Presbyterian Church, 209 5th Ave N, Twin Falls ID, 83301
Contact information: Laura (208) 751-2560 or Jean (208) 420-1076

Meeting time: 12:00 PM
Group name: Beginners Meeting
Location: Sun Club South, 731 N. 1st Ave, Hailey, ID 83333
Contact information: Mia E. (208) 720-4414

Meeting time: 8:00 PM
Group name: Serenity Seekers
Location: Methodist Church, 908 Maple St, Buhl, ID 83316
Contact information: Diane C. (208) 537-6821 or Ken S. (208) 734-0962

Thursday

Meeting time: 6:00 PM
Group name: Hope Alateen
Location: Hope & Recovery Resource Center, 210 E. Center St., Pocatello, ID 83204

Choosing Drug and Alcohol Treatment

For those who need to go to rehab, there are several options available. A lot of people do not even want to consider treatment because they cannot commit to an inpatient program. What they do not realize is that they might not need to.

Outpatient rehab can be just as effective as many of the best inpatient treatment centers. It is important to get the right kind of treatment, and some people may need inpatient care. But not everyone does.

For those who are new to getting professional help, an intensive outpatient program can work very well. With this type of care, the individual would attend regular appointments several times during the week. Usually these appointments take place during the evening. This allows people the ability to continue to work and take care of their other responsibilities during the day.

Detoxing is also a very important part of recovery for many people. In fact, there are certain types of addictions that require it prior to starting any other type of program. For example, alcoholics will need to go through alcohol detox as their first step. The treatment they receive will help them with their withdrawal symptoms. It may also help them avoid any dangerous complications that can occur during recovery. The risk of delirium tremens can become high, and this is a condition that needs to be treated, or it can be fatal.

Other types of drugs may also require detoxing, such as opioids, stimulants and benzodiazepines. All of these addictions carry serious risks during recovery.

Our Closest Addiction Treatment Facility

Our closest alcohol and drug rehab program to the Rupert area is Ashwood Recovery in Boise, Idaho. We are located about two and a half hours away by car.

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Have we answered your questions about the addiction recovery resources in the Rupert area? Please let us know how we can help you further by contacting us today.

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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