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In the beautiful state of Idaho, it is common to hear talk of russet potatoes, wilderness hikes and various gem stones.
Unfortunately, drug smuggling is also common in Idaho because of the state’s close proximity to Canada, where medical marijuana is legal and prescription drugs are cheap. Easy access to drugs means an inevitable increase in substance abuse and dependence.
Are you or a loved one addicted to drugs or alcohol in Idaho? If so, hope is not lost. The Treatment Center can help you get clean and sober. Call us today at (208) 944-3394 to speak with one of our admissions counselors. We can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
Who We Are
The Treatment Center is an inpatient addiction treatment facility that has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval. Our licensed staff includes board-certified doctors and therapists as well as registered nurses. Each member of our team has a passion for helping Idaho residents recover from the agony of addiction.
We specialize in:
• Alcohol treatment
• Treatment for prescription drug abuse
• Treatment for illicit drug addiction
• Co-occurring disorders treatment
Do you or a loved one need help getting off of drugs and/or alcohol? Call us today at (208) 944-3394 to get the compassionate assistance you need. We are available to speak to you 24/7/365.
Effective Treatment for Addiction
At The Treatment Center, we know that for treatment to be effective, our plans must address every aspect of the disease of addiction. That is why we customize our treatment plans to meet the specific needs of each Idaho resident. Our comprehensive treatment plans are made using any combination of the following services:
• Medically safe and comfortable detox
• One-on-one counseling
• Group therapy sessions
• Dual diagnosis treatment
• Christ-centered treatment program
• 12-step programs
• Court Liaison Program
• Family workshops
• Around-the-clock medical care
• Complementary therapies (e.g. massage therapy, chiropractic care and yoga)
• Relapse prevention
• Aftercare services
Would you like to know more about our comprehensive addiction treatment? Call us today at (208) 944-3394 or chat with us online. Our admissions counselors are available to address your questions and concerns 24/7.
Marijuana Abuse in Idaho
Montana, Washington, Nevada and Oregon have two things in common — they all share borders with Idaho, and marijuana is legal (to some degree) in each of these states. This makes it easier than ever before for Idahoans to acquire marijuana.
From 2003 to 2007, marijuana arrests increased in Idaho, suggesting that marijuana abuse is also increasing in the state.
According to the 2009 Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS), marijuana was the most abused illicit drug among admissions to Idaho rehab centers.
Other Commonly Abused Drugs in Idaho
The TEDS shows that more Idahoans sought alcohol treatment than treatment for any other substance in 2009. The study also shows that alcohol is the most abused substance among admissions to Idaho rehab centers.
In response to high rates of prescription painkiller abuse and overdose deaths, the Idaho Office of Drug Policy started the “Lock Your Meds Idaho” campaign. This campaign was started in 2013 to inform teens and adults of the dangers of prescription drug abuse.
Many states have placed restrictions on over-the-counter drugs containing pseudoephedrine, which is a substance used to make crystal meth. The types of ephedrine marketed for weight loss are also banned in all states for the same reason.
Idaho followed suit in 2012 by putting a law into effect that allows retailers to electronically track and limit the purchase of pseudoephedrine products. These laws, along with raised awareness of the devastating effects of meth abuse, have caused a notable decline in abuse.
Despite efforts to eradicate meth in the state, Mexican meth (also referred to as ice) is still making its way to some Idaho residents.
Other Narcotics in Idaho
Bath salts - Due to the addictive nature and extreme side effects of synthetic drugs known as bath salts, they have been classified as Schedule I drugs in Idaho.
K2 and Spice - These synthetic drugs are made to mimic the THC high experienced by marijuana users. However, the chemicals used in these drugs cause adverse reactions that are not associated with marijuana use. K2 and Spice can cause significant hallucinations, severe panic attacks and rapid heartbeat.
Club drugs - MDMA (“Molly”), LSD (“acid”) and GHB are some of the most commonly abused club drugs across the United States. They are typically consumed at night clubs, all-night raves and other places where people dance for hours on end.
The Treatment Center can help you end your addiction to any of the substances mentioned above and many others.
If you would like to begin drug and alcohol treatment today, call us at (208) 944-3394. Our friendly admissions counselors are available all hours of the day.
End Your Dependence on Drugs and Alcohol
Now is the best time to begin recovery and stamp out addiction. Contact The Treatment Center today to take the first step toward a brighter future.
Call us now at (208) 944-3394 to speak with one of our compassionate admissions counselors. All phone and chat conversations are free and confidential. We are available to talk to you 24/7/365, including holidays.
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