Twin Falls, Idaho is the core of the Magic Valley, known for the majestic Perrine Bridge and scenic view to match. And addiction exists in Twin Falls, just the same as anywhere else.
The circumstances may change, but the end result of addiction is always that people get hurt. But you don't have to let addiction beat you or your family. If you're in the 83301 or 83303 zip codes of Twin Falls, Idaho, here are some places for you to get help.
Addiction causes a strain on every aspect of your life: finances, relationships, physical health, work, everything. It isn't an easy thing to deal with, and it doesn't much care who you are or where you're from.
Methamphetamines are one of many substances that have posed a recent problem across the United States. Some of the symptoms of meth abuse, according to drugabuse.gov, include:
This is just a few of the problems associated with just one form of substance abuse. That's not taking into account the damage that addiction does to the people around you. Here's how you can get help.
Finances shouldn't stop anybody from getting help with their addiction, and they shouldn't stop you. Go to https://www.healthcare.gov/ and find out how you can get assistance. There are laws in place to help you.
To answer questions about what coverage your health insurance will offer during your rehabilitation, check out gov. Here you can find information about the Affordable Care Act and links with further information.
Don't let a busy schedule keep you from getting support. Try these online support groups
You can find a number of groups at Secular Organizations for Sobriety (SOS) for conditions ranging from substance addiction to eating disorders.
You can also find AA groups online. There are a number of ways to get support from these groups, from forums to chat rooms to phone groups.
Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, continues to save lives with their 12-step program. AA's system is proven to be effective, and membership is free. You can find AA meetings in Twin Falls to attend by finding your location on this list. If you think you might be addicted, consider an addiction assessment. After all, AA's famous first step is to admit you have a problem. Healing doesn't start until after you take that first step.
Addiction is difficult for everyone, not just the person suffering directly. That's why Al-Anon exists to help family and friends of addicted people cope and better support their loved ones. You can find Al-Anon meetings in Twin Falls and Magic Valley here.
Alateen meetings in Twin Falls are also included. Alateen is a branch of Al-Anon that works with teens specifically to teens who have parents or other loved ones with an addiction problem.
Where AA deals with alcohol addiction, NA deals with most other forms of substance abuse. NA follows the same 12-step program as AA, and has also helped countless people regain control of their lives. See what meetings are available in the Twin Falls and Magic Valley area, and start breaking your addiction. Your life can be in your own control once again, if you just take it.
Reach out today. We know how hard addiction can be. Recovery is possible!