Kootenai Health offers an intensive inpatient program for adults. This 14-21 day program focuses on substance use disorders that co-occur with other mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety.
Our experienced board-certified psychiatrists believe in treating the patient as a unique individual. We address all bio-psychosocial needs. We believe this method provides greater success in recovery. Psychiatric testing is also available, as necessary.
- Individual sessions
- Group sessions
- Family sessions
- Medication management
We incorporate evidence-based materials from some of the nations most respected treatment centers to teach about substance use disorders, identifying triggers and relapse prevention skills. We also support involvement in programs such as 12-step programming, Refuge Recovery and SMART Recovery which help grow the patient’s support network and connections to foster success in recovery.
Do you have questions about admissions or programming? Call us at (208) 625-4848 or email us at KootenaiHealthAR@kh.org.
If a family member is making the initial contact, please know we will need to speak to the patient directly to begin the admission process. These are the items they will need to have ready in order to begin:
- Current medications
- Emergency contacts
- Insurance information
- Significant medical concerns (past or present)
We work with most major insurance companies. Please contact us for information specific to your insurance plan.
Overview of Kootenai Health Addiction Recovery Services
What to Pack
Family Resource Packet
“They taught me about the disease aspect and the physical changes that occur. They helped immerse me into and AA program and I learned a lot about the psychological side of my disease. My counselor, Steve, is one of the top in the country.”
“I have learned many coping skills throughout my treatment. I do know some of my triggers that make me want to drink and they have introduced me to a lot of activities I can do instead. This program also showed me where I can improve relationships with my family and how I can include AA in my life. I will always be grateful for what I learned at Kootenai Behavioral Health.”