If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we can help.

Our referral service has one objective only: to help each addict enroll in the treatment curriculum that offers the strongest hope for their recovery. Battling and defeating addiction is much easier when the addict is supported by caring and knowledgeable professionals. That’s why we’re here: to supply guidance for addicts and their loved ones in desperate need of professional help.

Many addicts have turned to our unique drug-abuse solution referral service over the years because we pride ourselves on being the very best and most comprehensive drug rehabilitation referral service in the entire US.

Call our helpline at (800) 435-2890 now or fill out the form below for assistance.

We know that each addict is a unique individual. We know also that not every rehab program works for the same for each person. Our mission is  to match each afflicted addict with the rehab program that offers the best prospect for their long-term recovery.

Affordable Detoxification and Drug Rehabilitation

Cost is usually an important factor in people’s decision to enter a detox and rehabilitation program. Knowing this, we take great care to seek out long-term residential intensive treatments that are both affordable and effective.

Long-term rehab programs average duration is usually 3 months, although the majority of programs we refer our clients to do not charge extra if the treatment period goes longer. That’s because it’s not unusual that some clients need their treatment extended beyond the usual program term.

Fill out the rehab help form on this page or call us now at (800) 435-2890.

Licensed and Certified Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation in Idaho

Each Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program in our referral network is Fully Accredited and State Certified.

While success rates vary, when compared to the industry average the programs we refer our clients to achieve superior results. The majority of the programs in our referral network are not-for-profit drug and alcohol treatment programs. We have been pioneers in the sphere of drug addiction and alcohol detoxification referrals for over 30 years.

Detoxification and Rehab Success Components

Personal responsibility and re-establishing family relationships is crucial to dealing with drug and alcohol addiction. Getting assistance in the form of a customized referral to a licensed Detoxification Treatment Program in Idaho is the first important step.

The majority of drug abusers are desperate to overcome their addictions, but simply do not know where to start on the road to recovery. The programs in our referral network practice only tried and true treatments.

We refer our clients to individualized, solutions-oriented drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs, assisting them to put a permanent end to addiction.

Find out more about how we can help someone from Idaho by contacting us today.

Call our helpline now or fill out the form below for assistance.

Illegal Drug Use in Idaho

Cocaine is growing in popularity in Idaho, although crack cocaine is not considered a significant threat.

Black tar is the predominate form of heroin available in Idaho, with brown heroin encountered sporadically.

Marijuana is one of the most frequently abused drugs in Idaho.

Crystal meth (“ice”) is widely abused in Idaho although Idaho has experienced a dramatic decrease in methamphetamine labs as distributors turn to methamphetamine produced in Mexico.

MDMA continues to be popular among younger adults in the state. These drugs are most often found at club and rave venues.

Trafficking of Oxycontin, Percocet and Percodan, hydrocodone (Vicodin and Lortab), methadone and steroids persists.

Contact us today for more information about Idaho drug abuse rehab
by calling (800) 435-2890.

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), some 84,000 of Idaho citizens reported past-month use of an illicit drug.

35,000 Idaho citizens reported illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year.

During 2007, more than 7,500 individuals sought outpatient substance abuse treatment services in Idaho.

However, 2.78% of Idaho citizens reported needing but not receiving treatment for illicit drug use within the past year.