Average Substance Abuse Nurse Salary in Idaho

Substance abuse nurses in Idaho earn an average of $82,731 per year (or $39.78 per hour).

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2% higher than the national average
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Idaho substance abuse nurses earn 2% higher than the national average salary for substance abuse nurses, at $80,731 (or $38.81 per hour).

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Substance abuse nurse salary range in Idaho

Annual Salary Hourly Wage
90th Percentile $110,132 $52
75th Percentile $89,157 $42
Median $84,888 $40
25th Percentile $68,564 $32

80% of Idaho substance abuse nurses earn between $67,002 and $110,132.

Cost-of-living adjusted substance abuse nurse salary in Idaho

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Adjusted for cost-of-living, Idaho substance abuse nurses earn about $90,714 per year. Cost-of-living in Idaho is 8% lower than the national average, meaning they face lower prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.

Substance abuse nurses salaries in other states

California $123,414 per year
Massachusetts $91,261 per year
Washington $98,772 per year
New York $81,860 per year
New Jersey $96,620 per year
Connecticut $97,903 per year
Minnesota $77,402 per year
Maryland $84,813 per year
Arizona $79,657 per year
Colorado $83,374 per year

How much do other nurses get paid in Idaho?

Hospice Nurse $84,095 per year
Endoscopy Nurse $83,185 per year
Home Health Nurse $81,822 per year
Ambulatory Nurse $79,549 per year
Psychiatric Nurse $79,549 per year
Nurse Manager $76,367 per year
Palliative Care Nurse $76,367 per year
Primary Care Nurse $76,367 per year
Pediatric Nurse $75,458 per year
Nurse Educator $74,549 per year

At a $82,731 average annual salary, substance abuse nurses in Idaho tend to earn less than hospice nurses ($84,095) and endoscopy nurses ($83,185). They tend to earn more than home health nurses ($81,822), ambulatory nurses ($79,549), psychiatric nurses ($79,549), nurse managers ($76,367), palliative care nurses ($76,367), primary care nurses ($76,367), pediatric nurses ($75,458), and nurse educators ($74,549).

More about substance abuse nurses

A substance abuse nurse specializes in treating patients battling addictions. They are trained in both general medicine and mental health, as they typically have to offer emotional support in addition to their care.

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Data sources: rn salary data, cost of living data, proprietary data from Incredible Health