About Treatment Center
Intermountain Hospital, is a state-of-the-art addiction treatment facility located in Boise, Idaho. Our treatment facility offers a supportive, welcoming, and healing environment for our patients so that they can feel secure in knowing that they made the right decision in seeking treatment here. At Intermountain Hospital, we take the time to evaluate our patients through an initial intake assessment to determine the best course of action when designing their treatment plans. The treatment plans that we provide to our patients are custom-tailored to suit the patients’ needs and desires. We believe in treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have aided in the initial substance abuse problem. By incorporating innovative and cutting-edge research based knowledge into our treatment methods, we are providing out patients with the upmost level of care . We make it a goal to provide our patients with the tools necessary to cope with their newfound life of sobriety. These coping skills will be utilized in every aspect of the patient’s life, not just in treatment. No matter how severe the addiction is, a successful recovery is possible at Intermountain Hospital.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
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They were great! They kept me safe. I didn't have to participate in any activity I did not wish to participate in. All the staff really cared, even the psychiatrists!
Jean Fairbrother, 1 month ago
From my experience this place is actually there to help...Jeff,Lee, and Ashley did a great job with helping out the patients...Ashley's a cutie by the way even though she has a boyfriend...lol
Trevor Huddleston, 2 months ago
I was hospitalized in the journeys program in September of 2016. I'm reading the other reviews and a lot of people were saying it is bad and Its not. One of the things I liked about it was it was kind of an escape of reality for a bit, but leaving kinda sucked because you had to go back to reality. I honestly didn't want to be hospitalized at first because it just seemed unnecessary to me, but in the long run it really did help. The staff there are really helpful and caring in my experience. if you treat them with respect, they will respect you with respect as well. since I went during the school year, we had two hours of school each day. We also did exercise groups, as well as theraputic groups. One of my only problems was that i was not fully helped, but that is my fault. My mom told me to lie to get out of there because "she didn't like the way they treated her." I guess it's all about her? On the more positive side, I did come away with more coping skills and I am better off then in would have been with our the treatment.
Divinity Majerus, 2 months ago