Top 15 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Coeur D'alene, ID & Free Treatment Resources

 Coeur D'alene Idaho Drug Alcohol Rehab
Located in Kootenai County, Coeur d’Alene is the largest city in North Idaho. In 2020, Kootenai County reported 33 drug overdose deaths, and 8 of them involved fentanyl.1 While the number of deaths rose to 38 in 2021, the number of fentanyl-involved deaths jumped to 19.1 To help address the growing drug problem in the county, area law enforcement now has the option to recommend an individual who has been arrested on a felony drug charge for substance use disorder treatment.2 After a year of treatment, the case will be re-evaluated, and if the person has met all the requirements, the original charges will be dropped.2 The first step in a recovery journey is often detox, followed by inpatient or outpatient treatment. An accredited drug rehab or alcohol rehab in Coeur d’Alene can design a personalized program to help you achieve sobriety. If paying for treatment is a concern, free or low-cost options are often available. There are 15 rehab centers within 25 miles of the city, and if you want more options or specialized treatment, there are 54 within 50 miles.

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Substance Abuse and Overdose Statistics in Coeur d’Alene, ID

The Idaho Department of Health & Welfare released the following statistics on drug use in Kootenai County. Also included is a breakdown of alcohol misuse in the county and Coeur D’Alene:3,4,5

Levels of Substance Abuse Treatment

Once you decide to attend drug and alcohol rehab, you’ll want to choose the appropriate level for you.

Alcohol and Drug Detox

If you are dependent on substances like alcohol, sedatives, or opioids, you may want to consider going to detox before starting treatment. During detox, a treatment team monitors you and keeps you safe, provides you with supportive medical care, and administers withdrawal medications to mitigate distressing symptoms.

Residential Drug Rehab

You live at the treatment facility for the entire length of treatment, typically a month to three months, and receive individualized treatment planning that may include many different therapies and interventions.

Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHPs)

You live at home while attending therapy for up to 30 hours per week in a hospital setting or clinic.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs)

You reside at home while attending counseling for anywhere from nine to 20 hours per week.

Standard Outpatient

You live at home while attending therapy for a few hours per week.


After you complete a rehab program, it’s important that you receive ongoing support, such as through NA, AA, SMART Recovery, sober living homes, continuing care, and beyond.

How to Pay for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Coeur d’Alene

You can pay for drug rehab in several different ways.

Private Insurance

If you have private health insurance, you can use your insurance to cover some or all of the cost of drug and alcohol rehab.

Idaho Medicaid

Idaho Medicaid covers substance abuse treatment services, including inpatient and outpatient rehab, as well as addiction treatment medications.

Idaho Medicare

Idaho Medicare covers drug addiction treatment services, such as assessments, medication-assisted treatment, and inpatient and outpatient.

TRICARE in Idaho

Idaho Medicare covers drug addiction treatment services, such as assessments, medication-assisted treatment, and inpatient and outpatient.

Sliding Scale Payments

Much like state-funded rehabs, sliding scale rehabs increase access to treatment by only charging what a patient can afford to pay.

IHS-Funded Drug Rehabs

Indigenous people struggling with addiction can receive free substance abuse treatment at drug rehabs funded by the Indian Health Service.


Traveling to and Within Coeur d’Alene, ID

If you are thinking about getting addiction treatment at a Coeur d’Alene alcohol or drug rehab or will be in the city to see a friend or family member who is in rehab there, here is some helpful information about the area.

  • The city is known for its natural beauty and is located on the north shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene and is west of the Coeur d’Alene Mountains.
  • The closest major airport to Coeur d’Alene is Spokane International Airport in nearby Washington.
  • Coeur d’Alene is not considered a walkable city, and you’ll need a car or take public transportation to get around.
  • Free public bus service is available in the city through Citylink. The bus system has four routes serving all parts of the city and county.
  • Coeur d’Alene area has a thriving arts scene. You can check out symphony and theater productions as well as art galleries in the downtown area along Sherman Avenue.
  • The Museum of North Idaho, located in downtown Coeur d’Alene, details the region’s history and offers walking tours of the old Fort Sherman grounds.
  • Coeur d’Alene has become a destination for golf fans. The city has five golf courses, with another eight within 20 miles.
  • Many people choose to come to the city for its natural beauty. Tubbs Hill is a 120-acre park featuring rugged trails that provide views of the lake and the city. City Park is located along the lakeshore and features a beach, beach volleyball courts, and basketball courts. The North Idaho Centennial Trail also passes through the city.
  • There is a wide variety of hotel options in Coeur d’Alene, from boutique resorts to national chain options.

Drug and Alcohol Laws in Idaho

Below are some important drug and alcohol laws to know in Idaho:1

Idaho Good Samaritan Overdose Law: Bystanders who call 911 when someone experiences an overdose are protected from prosecution for drug possession; this encourages witnesses to seek timely medical help, which can save lives.

Idaho Naloxone Standing Order: Idaho residents can obtain naloxone (Narcan) at a pharmacy without a prescription, and those with Medicaid can get free naloxone from specific pharmacies.

Idaho Drug Treatment Courts; Non-violent offenders with a drug or alcohol addiction may be able to attend drug addiction treatment instead of serving jail time.


  1. Watson, C. (2022, June 9). North Idaho introduces new tool to fight against fentanyl.
  2. Kootenai County, ID. (n.d.). Drug Court.
  3. Coeur d’Alene Police. (n.d.). 2021 Annual Report.
  4. Idaho Department of Health & Welfare. (n.d.). Idaho Drug Overdose Data Dashboard.
  5. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. (2022). County Health Rankings – Kootenai.

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