GET A CALL BACK

DRS tel mobile top 304

Alcohol And Drug Rehab Treatments For Military In Idaho

Drug and alcohol treatment programs for military personnel, service members, and veterans in the state of Idaho cannot always be found through the military or veteran's affairs. Many of these drug and alcohol treatment programs operate as private centers, on a residential or outpatient basis as a short-term or long-term treatment. Many other programs are state-funded, and come at low-cost or no cost, or covered by current military insurance. When choosing a treatment center it is important to find one that will address the addiction both physically and mentally. Improving one's mental health through various forms of counseling and therapy is vital, and regaining new life skills to help prevent relapse and solve the many problems of life is also extremely important. Many of these treatment programs offer different forms of physical therapy, from exercise, diet and nutrition advice and education.

This is also important as drugs and alcohol will start to cause many different physical ailments and take a big toll on the body. For military personnel, it is important to remain in some form of peak physical condition during your time with the military. When taking illicit drugs or abusing prescription medications you can start to notice that your physical health will get worse and maintaining your peak physical condition will become more difficult. A proper drug and alcohol treatment center will address everything about the addiction and help improve a person physically and mentally so as they can move on with his or her life and continue their career in the military.

 

Meet an Expert

ICRC, CSAC, ODAPCA, PA CIP
Bio

Bobby Newman is a certified counselor and interventionist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction.

Below you can find a listing of different drug & alcohol rehabilitation programs for military personnel in Idaho. The list can be incomplete so if you do not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

LIST OF MILITARY DRUG REHABILITATION PROGRAMS IN IDAHO