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Millions of people in the United States suffer from problematic drug or alcohol abuse. It is a national epidemic that plagues people in every state, including Idaho. If you suffer from a substance addiction, there’s no reason to continue harming yourself. A professional substance abuse treatment program can provide you with the foundation to get clean and remain sober in the long-term.

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Most of the rehab centers in Idaho accept insurance, check whether your insurance covers rehab treatment.

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Treatment Centers in Idaho

Kootenai Health
2003 Kootenai Health Way Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
NorthPoint Recovery
10787 West Ustick Road Boise, ID 83713
Ashwood Recovery
7941 West Rifleman Street Boise, ID 83704
Moonlight Mountain Recovery
5230 W Moonlight Mine Rd Pocatello, ID 83201
Rainbow's End Recovery Center
25341 Highway 93 Challis, ID 83226
Intermountain Hospital
303 N. Allumbaugh St. Boise, ID 83704
MidValley Healthcare
2321 E. Gala St. Suite 3 Meridian, ID 83642
Treasure Valley Recovery
8898 ID-45 Nampa, ID 83686
Port of Hope - Nampa
508 East Florida Avenue Nampa, ID 83686
Port of Hope Family Treatment
218 North 23rd Street Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Ascent Behavioral Health Services
366 SW 5th Ave # 100 Meridian, ID 83642
All Seasons Mental Health
6933 West Emerald Street Boise, ID 83704
Ascent Behavioral Health Services
411 North Allumbaugh Street Boise, ID 83704
A Key to Change Counseling Servs LLC
2313 Parke Avenue Burley, ID 83318
Brevity Treatment Services
2201 Government Way Coeur d Alene, ID 83814
Dragonfly Support Services
1105 West Ironwood Drive Coeur d Alene, ID 83814
Mental Wellness Clinic of CDA
1105 Ironwood Drive Coeur d Alene, ID 83814
Brick House Recovery Addiction Treatment Centers
1020 Landbank Street Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Padron Counseling Services LLC
522 Lomax Street Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Aura Counseling and Wellness
3050 12th Avenue Road Nampa, ID 83686
Consumer Care LLC
645 West Clark Street Pocatello, ID 83204
D6 Treatment
1001 North 7th Street Pocatello, ID 83201
Payette Family Services
501 North 16th Street Payette, ID 83661
Kimi Recovery Center
219 Gooding Street North Twin Falls, ID 83301
Tamarack Treatment and Counseling Ctr
710 Superior Avenue Sandpoint, ID 83864
Walker Center
1102 Eastland Drive North Twin Falls, ID 83301
Please select an insurance provider for more information on coverage in Idaho.

Addiction Treatment & Rehab Centers in Idaho

Addiction Rehab Process

Addiction Rehab Process in Idaho

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Addiction treatment programs are beneficial for anyone struggling with drug and/or alcohol abuse or addiction. Drug and alcohol rehab is a long-term process and recovery can look different for everyone since no two people have the same exact needs or situation. Typically, when an individual enters rehab, it will occur in stages that includes detox, treatment, and aftercare, if necessary, and meet the specific needs of the patient.

Self Assessment

Substance Abuse Assessments for Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Idaho

Admission into a drug and alcohol addiction treatment program is an important part of the treatment process. The intake and evaluation components are key in determining each patient’s individual needs to design an appropriate, effective treatment plan. The treatment process should be comprised of detox, treatment, and aftercare, if necessary, and meet the specific needs of the patient.

Individuals will be diagnosed by a treatment specialist using the DSM-IV Diagnostic Criteria for Substance Abuse. Diagnosis of co-occurring disorders or dual diagnosis (having both a substance use disorder and a mental health condition) should also occur at the intake and evaluation stage to assess the addiction problem, general health status, living situation, and any other concerns.

Rehab Centers

Rehab Centers in Idaho

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Inpatient treatment involves living onsite at a rehab facility and can last anywhere from 30 days to 60 or 90 days. Your stay in rehab will vary depending on factors like disease severity, your mental and physical health, and prior treatment. Services such as detox, treatment, medications, and 24/7 monitoring may be provided, if necessary.

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Patients undergoing outpatient treatment can live at home and travel to a facility for treatment session/s. Outpatient care can vary in its level of intensity and may transition from high to low levels based on the patient’s treatment plan. Outpatient treatment can take place in various settings including partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, or outpatient visits with a counselor, therapist, or clinician.

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Detox Centers

Detox Centers in Idaho

Detox is the first step of the recovery process for individuals diagnosed with a substance use disorder. Detox will usually take 3, 5, 7, or 10 days, depending on the patient’s needs and situation. Medical detox provides evaluation and oversight by treatment professionals and involves the use of medication to relieve discomfort, taper off drugs or alcohol, and stabilize the patient. Once detox is complete, patients typically enter inpatient or outpatient treatment where issues such as co-occurring medical or mental health conditions can be managed and treated.

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Aftercare

Recovery and Aftercare in Idaho:

Recovery and aftercare are important steps in the lifelong process that begins once addiction treatment is complete. The ongoing support that aftercare provides can help prevent relapse and increase chances of long-term recovery success. Aftercare can include mutual support groups, individual/group/family therapy, and sober living homes.

Get Help with the AAC Team in Idaho

American Addiction Centers (AAC) provides addiction and mental health care at various locations nationwide. Our 24/7, confidential addiction helpline is a free resource to help those struggling with substance addiction find treatment at one of our accredited facilities.

Cities in Idaho

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Information about rehab in Idaho

ID Substance Abuse Facts

Thousands of Idaho residents struggle with addiction and abuse of a number of substances, including alcohol. Among Idaho residents aged 12 or older who were surveyed in 2015:1,2

  • About 4,000 people reported heroin use in the past year.
  • An estimated 14,000 individuals reported using cocaine in the past year.
  • More than 150,000 people reported using marijuana, including 16,000 who tried marijuana for the first time.
  • Approximately 81,000 people had an alcohol use disorder.

Of the hundreds of thousands of people abusing drugs and alcohol, only 6,287 people were in treatment for substance abuse.1

Getting Addiction Treatment Help in ID

You may be unfamiliar with the process of finding an addiction treatment program, but don’t let that be an obstacle to getting sober. The first step in recovery is researching your substance abuse treatment options. If you don’t know where to begin, you can call our 24-hour helpline at to speak to a caring and compassionate support specialist about recovery options.

You can also contact recovery facilities directly to learn more about their individual programs. Browse our directory to see listings, reviews, and contact information for Idaho rehab centers. In order to get the most out of your call, it may be beneficial to write down a list of questions to ask, such as:

  • What is their visitor policy?
  • Are there private or shared rooms?
  • What is the daily schedule?
  • What therapy methods do they use?
  • What extra services and amenities do they offer?
  • What credentials are required of the staff members?
  • What is the patient-to-staff ratio?
  • What is the cost of the program?
  • Do they take insurance and which plans do they accept?
  • Do they offer any scholarships?

These are just a few examples of questions you may want to ask. If you have insurance, you will probably receive at least partial coverage for your addiction treatment, depending on which type of program you choose. You can always call your insurance company to learn more about your plan details.

Where Else Can I Find Help in ID?

If you don’t have insurance, there may be other methods available to help you finance your addiction treatment. Some of these options may even be combined to help cover the cost. Some ways in which you can pay for substance abuse treatment without insurance include:

  • State programs: State programs, such as Medicaid and state-funded rehab centers, can help mitigate some of the costs of treatment for those in lower income brackets.
  • SAMHSA grants: You can apply for substance abuse treatment grants through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
  • Sliding scale: Some recovery facilities will lower their rates according to someone’s income.
  • Payment plan: Many treatment programs create payment plans in which people can pay for treatment over time in regular installments.
  • Family and friends: Although asking for help may be uncomfortable for you, your loved ones may be willing to help you on your path to a healthier and happier life.

Resources in Idaho

If you or someone you love has an addiction to drugs or alcohol, recovery is possible. No situation is hopeless. No matter the length of substance abuse or addiction, it’s never too late to seek treatment and begin on the road to sobriety. There are many resources available for you and those you care about, including:

Each one of these resources is a helpful place to begin once you’ve decided to make a positive change in your life. You can also contact American Addiction Centers (AAC) for free at . Picking up the phone takes courage, but you won’t regret making the choice to get clean and sober. Substance addiction doesn’t have to control your life anymore.

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Sources
  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Behavioral Health Barometer: Idaho, Volume 4: Indicators as measured through the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services, and the Uniform Reporting System. HHS Publication No. SMA–17–Baro– 16–States–ID. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 2017.
  2. Center for Behavioral Health and Quality. (2015). National Survey on Drug Use and Health: 2014-2015 State-Specific Tables of Model-Based Estimates (Totals and Percentages). Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Rockville, MD.