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Many people from different walks of life can struggle with addiction. Addiction does not discriminate and can happen to anyone at any point in life. Drug and alcohol addictions can affect your personal relationships and make it difficult to focus on work or school. Support groups are an invaluable part of the recovery addiction process, as they offer the needed accountability to maintain sobriety and a safe place for processing the trials encountered in recovery. 

Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit society of men and women who have had a drug problem. N.A. uses the traditional 12-step model that has been established for individuals with substance abuse issues. 

Click on the link to find Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in the Pocatello area.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a nonprofit society of men and women who have had a drinking problem. A.A. uses the 12-step model, offering alcoholics a way to develop a satisfying life without alcohol. 

Click on the link to find Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in the Pocatello area. 

Contact Us


(208) 282-2130
Graveley Hall, South Tower, Room 351

Idaho Falls:
(208) 282-7750
Bennion Student Union Building, 2nd Floor, Room 223

Fall/Spring: M-F 8-5
Summer: M-F 7:30-4

Neep help improving your social connectedness?

Volunteer. It's a great way for you to start building a sense of community, which in turn can help you make new friends and connect with others. 

Join a group. If  you enjoy reading or dancing, joining a book club or dance group can be a good way to meet people with similar interests.

Explore a new activity. Take a friend and enroll in a painting, exercise, or pottery class. It can be a good way to meet new people and expand your social group.