Twin Falls, Idaho Addiction Resources

A Guide to Addiction Recovery Resources in the Twin Falls, ID Area

Living in the Twin Falls, Idaho area provides many types of drug and alcohol addiction recovery resources. Unfortunately, many people do not know they exist, and are unable to take advantage of the help received at a good alcohol or drug rehab program. Once a rehab program is completed, recovering addicts and alcoholics can move on to support groups and recovery meetings. Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are a great way for alcoholics to get help. Narcotics Anonymous offers support to drug addicts who want to stay clean. There are even resources available for families through Al-Anon and Alateen.

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Information on Alcoholics Anonymous

For people struggling with alcoholism, nothing helps them stay sober like a group of likeminded people all working toward the same goals. That is why Alcoholics Anonymous was founded.

Information on Twin Falls Alcoholics Anonymous Resources

AA has been around since 1935. The two men who started it were both alcoholics themselves. They believed that they could get the help they needed – and help others in the process – with the assistance of a support group. The idea quickly caught on and now, Alcoholics Anonymous has meetings all over the world.

AA does not charge anything for participating in their meetings. They only require for people to have the desire to stop drinking.

The Twin Falls area offers several AA meetings throughout the week. The following is a complete list.

Daily Meetings

Eye Opener
9:30 am Sundays, 9:00 am Monday through Saturday
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
801 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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New Journey
12:00 pm
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
801 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Newcomers Group
12:00 pm
New Hope Cottage
425 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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The Chosen
5:00 pm
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
801 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Sunday

Sunday Morning Breakfast
8:30 am
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
801 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Monday

Bridge the Gap
8:00 pm
Crisis Center of South Central Idaho
570 Shoup Ave W.
Twin Falls, ID
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Tuesday

Tuesday Night Open Women’s Meeting
6:15 pm
New Hope Cottage
425 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Wednesday

Sunrise Serenity Group
7:00 am
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
801 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Back to Basics
7:30 pm
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
801 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Thursday

Thursday Evening Women’s Group
5:30 pm
The Senior Citizen Center
530 Shoshone St. S.
Twin Falls, ID
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Thursday Evening Men’s Stag
8:00 pm
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
801 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Friday

Road to Happy Destiny Candlelight
8:00 pm
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
801 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Saturday

Saturday Solution
8:00 pm
New Hope Cottage
425 2nd Ave. N.
Twin Falls, ID
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Information on Narcotics Anonymous

It was not long after AA started that people began calling for a similar type of organization that could help people with drug addictions. As a result, Narcotics Anonymous got its start.

Information on Twin Falls Narcotics Anonymous Resources

NA meetings are very much like AA meetings, but with some differences. They also follow a 12-Step program, but there are a few variations in the way the steps are written. They meet every week, and there is no charge to be a member.

It is easy to find NA meetings in the Twin Falls area. There are several to choose from, and they take place on a weekly basis.

Sunday

NA Meeting Hall
11:00 am & 7:30 pm
220 E. Ellis St.
Paul, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
7:30 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Monday

NA Meeting Hall
6:00 pm
220 E. Ellis St.
Paul, ID
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Oats Family Center
6:30 pm
911 South Highway 30
Heyburn, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
7:00 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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NA Meeting Hall
8:00 pm
220 E. Ellis St.
Paul, ID
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War Memorial Hall
8:00 pm
3rd & Idaho
Gooding, ID
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Tuesday

NA Meeting Hall
7:00 pm
220 E. Ellis St.
Paul, ID
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Sun Club
7:00 pm
418 North River St.
Hailey, ID
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Residential Meeting
7:00 pm
847 Robbins Ave.
Twin Falls, ID
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Wednesday

NA Meeting Hall
7:00 pm
220 E. Ellis St.
Paul, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
7:00 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Thursday

Buhl Assembly of God Church
6:30 pm
703 Locust St.
Buhl, ID
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Arco Christian Church
7:00 pm
138 Eva St.
Arco, ID
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NA Meeting Hall
7:00 pm
220 E. Ellis St.
Paul, ID
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Sun Club
7:00 pm
418 North River St.
Hailey, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
7:00 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Calvary Episcopal Church
7:30 pm
201 South Adams St.
Jerome, ID
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Walker Center
7:30 pm
605 11th Ave. East
Gooding, ID
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Friday

NA Meeting Hall
7:00 pm
220 E. Ellis St.
Paul, ID
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College of Southern Idaho
7:00 pm
315 Falls Ave.
Twin Falls, ID
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Saturday

Art Gallery
11:00 am
Normal Ave. & East 16th St.
Burley, ID
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Residential Meeting
3:00 pm
560 Shoup Ave. West
Twin Falls, ID
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NA Meeting Hall
7:00 pm
220 E. Ellis St.
Paul, ID
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Sun Club
7:00 pm
418 North River St.
Hailey, ID
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Halfway House
9:00 pm
1230 J St.
Heyburn, ID
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Magic Valley Fellowship Hall
9:00 pm
801 2nd Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Information on Al-Anon and Alateen

Al-Anon offers support, encouragement and help to the families of addicts and alcoholics. Their meetings are located worldwide, and they provide a safe place where families can come and learn more about addiction. They also get the opportunity to talk with others who understand the struggles they face on a daily basis.

Information on Twin Falls Al-Anon Resources
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Alateen is a part of Al-Anon, but their meetings are for young people. Teenagers, young adults and at times, older children are invited to attend and talk with others their own ages.

Information on Twin Falls Alateen Resources

Going to an Al-Anon meeting in the Twin Falls area offers so much support to families when they need it the most. There are several meetings to choose from.

Tuesday

New Beginnings AFG
7:00 pm
The Sun Club
731 1st Ave. North
Hailey, ID
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Filer Tuesday Night AFG
7:30 pm
First Baptist Church
254 Highway 30
Filer, ID
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Wednesday

Wednesday Night AFG
7:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church
209 5th Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Thursday

New Beginnings AFG
12:00 pm
Nazarene Church
950 N. 7th E.
Mountain Home, ID
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Arco AFG
6:00 pm
Epiphany Episcopal Church
448 Yvonne St.
Arco, ID
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Friday

Friday Noon AFG
12:00 pm
The Sun Club
731 1st Ave. North
Hailey, ID
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Beginning Again AFG
12:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church
209 5th Ave. North
Twin Falls, ID
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Serenity Seekers AFG
8:00 pm
Methodist Church
908 Maple St.
Buhl, ID
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Unfortunately, there are currently no in-person Twin Falls area Alateen meetings. But young people can still get the support they need from others their own age.

All teenagers (ages 13-18) are welcome to join in with Alateen chat meetings. There are several of them that take place throughout the week. Also, anyone is welcome to attend an Al-Anon meeting, regardless of their age.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in the Twin Falls, Idaho Area

It is difficult to argue with the fact that millions of people around the globe have received invaluable help and support from recovery meetings like AA and NA. However, this success usually comes from first completing a professional rehab program. Drug and alcohol rehab teaches the necessary skills to establish that initial success in staying away from alcohol or drugs. Once this has been accomplished, the support found at AA or NA is likely to have the best chances for ongoing success.

Do I Need Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab?

Most likely the first choice you will come across when choosing a rehab program is whether it should be inpatient or outpatient. Because these programs are extremely different, it is a very important choice to make correctly. The factors that mainly go into this decision are the extent of your addiction, and what type of personal living situation you have. Be sure to analyze these factors fully, and choose the one best suited for your addiction recovery needs.

Choosing an outpatient rehab program means that you will travel to the facility you receive treatment at from your residence or group home. An individualized treatment schedule is formulated depending on different factors about each addiction in specific. The frequency of therapy sessions depends heavily on addiction severity and personal commitments. Outpatient rehab is best suited for milder addictions and those who need to spend each night at home.

An inpatient program is much more intensive than its outpatient counterpart. This type of program requires a deep level of commitment, considering your entire life will revolve around it for the length of it. Patients stay full-time at the facility, and therapy sessions take up most of the day while in attendance. Inpatient rehab is the best way for a serious addict or alcoholic to make sure they have a professional there for them no matter when they need them.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Facilities in Twin Falls, Idaho

A whopping 21 different rehab facilities can be found in Twin Falls. Out of these, 15 are equipped to deal with both alcohol and drug addictions. The remaining six specialize in drug addiction treatment of all types. There are a bare two facilities that offer inpatient services, with the majority offering strictly outpatient services.

Ashwood Recovery

Finding the right treatment facility directly in Twin Falls may be difficult, even with the number of choices available. An excellent alternative is Ashwood Recovery, a facility that offers outpatient addiction treatment for both drugs and alcohol. Ashwood recovery has two locations, one in Boise and the other in Nampa. You would be hard pressed to find a solution as comprehensive as Ashwood Recovery.

There are a wide variety of services offered at both of our outpatient facilities. These include individual and group therapy sessions, as well as family therapy. Holistic approaches to mental and physical health are also important, and include exercise, meditation and well-rounded nutrition. Standard, intensive and partial hospital programs can be found in both Boise and Nampa.

Northpoint Recovery

No matter how good a facility is, not all addictions are right for an outpatient program. If you require a more intensive approach to addiction treatment, you should try Northpoint Recovery. Our Boise facility is well equipped to handle the problems, difficulties and dangers that come with all types of drug and alcohol addiction.

Northpoint Recovery consists of a 28-day program that is tailored to each addict's individual needs. This starts out with a session in which a treatment regimen is formulated and implemented depending on the intricacies of your personal addiction. Each program begins with a week-long detox phase, followed by the rehab program itself.

Health Insurance

Paying for drug or alcohol rehab is difficult to do out of pocket. Health insurance is by far the most common way to satisfy this expense, so it is mandatory to check if your insurance is accepted when deciding where to go. Ashwood Recovery and Northpoint Recovery accept numerous carriers and plans, virtually every one you can think of. Blue Cross of Idaho is a recent addition that now gives close to half of all Idaho residents access to our services.

Choosing to go to Drug and Alcohol Treatment

Even though 12-Step groups work very well for some people, they are not the right solution for everyone. Many people need to begin their recoveries by going to drug and alcohol treatment.

An addiction is a disease, and like other diseases, it requires ongoing care. Otherwise, the person is very likely to relapse, which could put them in immediate danger of an overdose. Going to treatment helps by addressing both the physical and the mental part of the individual’s dependence upon drugs or alcohol.

Detox is a step that is required for several different types of addictions. Some of them include:

Many programs use a combination of medical detox and holistic methods to help patients get through their withdrawal symptoms. The right treatments can lessen the severity of withdrawal, and they can also help people avoid potential complications.

Because of drug and alcohol detox, more people are able to reach long-term recovery. It is a step that should not be skipped.

Whereas detox addresses the physical aspect of the addiction, rehab addresses the psychological aspect. It is critical to find out what caused the substance abuse problem to occur in the first place. Many people suffer from co-occurring disorders, which are mental health issues that often contribute to or cause addictions. It is so important to determine if someone has one of these conditions so that it can be treated.

There are many different types of rehab programs available. They include:

Not every method of rehab is right for every person. People all have very different needs, and it is important for them to begin the program that will work best for them.

Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Rehab and Detox?

Fortunately, health insurance companies are required under the Affordable Care Act to provide benefits to their customers for addiction treatment. This includes both detox and rehabilitation programs.

Many people do not realize that their health insurance will cover their treatment. For those who do not have insurance, it is a good idea to visit HealthCare.gov to shop for a policy in their state.

How Can Ashwood Recovery Help You Reach Sobriety?

Ashwood Recovery is located only two hours away from Twin Falls, Idaho. We are in Boise, which makes it very convenient to get help through our program. We offer many of the services people need, and for those we do not offer, we are happy to provide referrals for high quality providers.

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Get More Information About the Twin Falls Area’s Addiction Recovery Resources

Realizing that you have an addiction can be so painful. You may have never meant to become addicted to anything, and now you have found yourself in a state of crisis. Or, perhaps you have been using drugs or alcohol for years, and you have finally gotten up the courage to do something about it. Either way, we want to commend you, here at Ashwood Recovery. You are taking the right steps toward building a better future for yourself and for your family.

We want you to know that we are here to help you with anything that you might need. The weeks and months that lie ahead will be difficult, but the rewards far outweigh the challenges. If you would like to talk with us about our program, we invite you to take advantage of our free addiction assessment. We can help you find the right type of treatment that will work for you.

Do you need to learn more about the various alcohol and drug addiction recovery resources in the Twin Falls area? We are here to help you. Please contact us today.

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