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Idaho Treatment Centers

Idaho AA Meetings

Throughout the state of Idaho, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings take place to help those who suffer from alcohol addiction to find appropriate support and guidance in the 12 step recovery process. The following websites include meeting times and local chapter information for various AA groups in Idaho:

Idaho Area 18 AA

Boise Idaho AA

Bonners Ferry District 14 AA

Al-Anon

Idaho Al-Anon Area 13 – Local Al-Anon meetings to help the loved ones of those suffering from alcoholism.

Mental Health Services

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare provides assistance and guidance to those who suffer from various conditions or require social support services.

Idaho Behavioral Health provides a comprehensive directory of behavioral health providers throughout Idaho and also offers treatment referrals.

Anonymous Groups

Southern Idaho Region NA – For help overcoming substance abuse and addiction in the Southern Idaho region.

Washington Northern Idaho Region NA – Northern Idaho region of Narcotics Anonymous provides supportive meetings and groups for substance abuse recovery.

NA North Idaho – Narcotics Anonymous meetings taking place in North Idaho.

Cocaine Anonymous of Idaho – Cocaine Anonymous meetings taking place in the state of Idaho to help those in recovery from cocaine addiction.

Marijuana Anonymous Idaho – support group for individuals who are addicted to marijuana and want to quit.

Idaho Helplines

Idaho Suicide Hotline – If you or someone you know is thinking about committing suicide, call 800-564-2120

Suicide Prevention, Awareness and Support – suicide helplines and supportive care in Idaho.

Idaho Domestic Violence Advice Line – If you or someone you know has been the victim of domestic violence, call 877-500-2980

Sexual Assault Hotline – call for help 800-656-4673

Idaho Child Abuse & Elder Hotline – If you know an elderly individual or child who has been abused, if you suspect such abuse or if you are the victim of abuse, call 800-926-2588

Treatment & Detox Guide

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How can dual diagnosis be treated

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Treatment for co-occurring disorder

People with Co-occurring disorder face both mental problems as well as alcohol addiction problems at the same time. This is a condition that occurs very often and hence the first treatment for the co-occurring disorder is the medical detoxification. It generally takes three to five days for the alcohol detoxification in a medically supervised center….

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