Addiction
&  
Substance Abuse

“You don’t get over an addiction by stopping using. You recover by creating a new life where it is easier to not use. If you don’t create a new life, then all the factors that brought you to your addiction will catch up with you again.” ~Unknown 

Addiction comes in many forms, whether it is chemical or behavioral it can lead to compulsive use, diminished control, and significant impairment. These changes could be life altering and recognizably marking the undeniable and dangerous existence of addiction.

 

Addiction dangers may include:

  • Brain changes resulting in drug or alcohol tolerance.

  • Impaired learning, decision-making, memory, and judgment.

  • Organ damage, depending on the substance used.

  • Increased risk of communicable diseases.

  • Accidents.

  • Suicide.

  • Family strife and child custody issues.

  • Work problems, including declining performance, absenteeism, and loss of employment.

  • Diminished academic performance.

  • Legal issues.

  • Financial problems.

 

Our Agency is licensed to provide treatment opportunities for both adolescent and adult populations, including:

  • Education

  • Out-Patient (Level 1)

  • Intensive Out-Patient (Level 11.1)

  • Recovery Support

    • Drug Testing​

    • Case Management

    • Life Skills

    • Transportation

    • Anger Management

    • Money Management

    • Parent Training

    • Healthy Living

    • Recovery & Resiliency

    • HIV/AIDS Education

Addictions can be deadly serious. If you or your loved ones are ready to find a way out of the storm our skilled professionals are here to help. We have individual counselors, group therapy, and peer support programs to help an individual and families be empowered with guidance and self-diligence. There is a way to find the light again. The road is not easy and there will be challenges. However, if you are ready there is hope for everyone.  

“Change must start from the individual. And the individual must want and feel ready to make such change.”  ~ Efrat Cybulkiewicz

"I am not defined by my relapses, but by my decision to remain in recovery despite them." ~ Anonymous

You were never created to live depressed, defeated, guilty, condemned, ashamed or unworthy. We were created to be victorious.” ~ Joel Osteen

“Courage isn’t having the strength to go on – it is going on when you don’t have strength.” ~ Napoléon Bonaparte

The first step is the hardest the rest is just moving forward...

That means all you have to do to get started is...

put one foot in front of the other 

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Are you ready

         to take that

                   first step?...

The Journey of a Lifetime begins with a Single Step...Thoreau

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If you have ever served in the military or Armed Forces, you may qualify for funding for Treatment and Recovery Support Services through the Idaho State Access to Recovery Grant (ART)

Pro Active will assist you in determining if you are eligible for the resource.