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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Driggs, Idaho

If abuse of alcohol or medication is affecting your personal and professional life, Driggs has quite a few top drug abuse programs to help you or a relative. Whether addicted to Librium, opioids, painkillers or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the top-rated help available. You can even find exclusive or executive treatment in Driggs to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Idaho

Moonlight Mountain Recovery

Moonlight Mountain Recovery has been a great stay! The staff and counselors are helpful and informative. I'd recommend this program to anyone seeking help. They did a great job of making it feel like "home". The atmosphere is unlike a lot of places I've heard of. I highly recommend this place as anyone's first choice. Flat out... :)

- LoneWolf17
5 out of 5
Pocatello, ID

Kootenai Health

It's a facility that allows about 15 patients at a time. It allowed for more individualized treatment.

- Belinda
4.7 out of 5
Coeur d'Alene, ID

NorthPoint Recovery

I truly enjoyed my time here. The entirety of the staff was phenomenal, as was the facility and the program in general. The staff. The nurses and the techs were fantastic. The counselors were great as well. Three days a week we had an hour gym time which I found gave the most immediate and effective relief of PAWS (post acute withdrawal symptoms). Working out is not required but I recommend taking advantage of the time given. Every week we also would go out into a public place as a group (museums, bowling alleys, ect.) and truly had some great times with my peers. The meals are good and there are a lot of snacks/fruit available. Although a strong facility overall there was a couple short-comings I noticed: While the counseling was of good quality, it felt chaotically scheduled at times. Some people do leave before completing the program so I understand how keeping a concrete schedule might be difficult, to a point. These concerns were voiced to the staff by the patients and at the time of my discharge they seemed to be addressing these issues with the new patients. It seemed to have backfired and negatively impacted group morale.

- Justin
5 out of 5
Boise, ID