Child Mental Health Care

Programs that specialize in the treatment of children from infancy to age 12 who have adjustment problems, behavior problems, emotional disturbances, a personality disorder or incipient mental illness. (AIRS RP-1400.8000-155)

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Blackfoot, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Children and Family Services
Address: 701 E Alice
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-5826
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: The Regional Children and Family Services Program receives reports of child abuse, neglect or abandonment. When necessary, appropriate services are provided to resolve family needs. This Program assesses, evaluates and determines reported incidents of child abuse, which may include an evaluation of family members and/or the abused child. Helps acquire counseling for victim, parents, abuser and other involved. There is no fee for child protective services.

The Regional Children and Family Services Program licenses child care facilities, foster homes and provides some adoption services.

The Regional Children and Family Services Program is administered by the Division of Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 720 E Alice
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-528-5700
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Boise, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Division of Behavioral Health
Address: 450 W State St
3rd Floor
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-334-6997
Eligibility: None
Services Provided: A division within the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare overseeing behavioral health which includes substance use disorders and mental health services.

The mission of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is to actively promote and protect the social, economic, mental and physical health, as well as safety, of all Idahoans.

Certified Peer Support Specialist information can be found at http://healthandwelfare.idaho.gov/Medical/MentalHealth/PeerSpecialistsFamilySu
pportPartners/tabid/2935/Default.aspx
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: CARES (Children at Risk Evaluation Services) Boise
Address: 417 S 6th St
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-577-4460
Fax: 208-577-4469
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Dedicated to the prevention of further trauma in children of suspected maltreatment (sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse or neglect), provides a child-friendly and safe environment where professionals specially trained in child abuse evaluations conduct interviews, medical examinations, and psycho-social assessments. Specific focus is on minimizing further trauma, while providing an objective service. Evaluations are conducted in a safe, confidential environment, thus alleviating need for further exams or interviews.

A comprehensive evaluation requires a referral from law enforcement or DHW.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Children and Family Services
Address: 1720 Westgate Dr
Suite D
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-334-6800
Fax: 208-334-0753
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Adoption calls are routed to Idaho Youth Ranch.
The Regional Children and Family Services Program evaluates reports of child abuse, neglect or abandonment. When necessary, appropriate services are provided to resolve family needs. This Program assesses, evaluates and determines reported incidents of child abuse, which may include an evaluation of family members and/or the abused child. Helps acquire counseling for victim, parents, abuser and other involved. There is no fee for child protective services.

The Regional Children and Family Services Program licenses foster homes and provides some adoption services.

The Regional Children and Family Services Program is administered by the Division of Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 704 N 7th St
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-433-8845
Fax: 208-433-8337
Eligibility: Families with a child with mental health diagnosis
Services Provided: Agency is not clinical and does not provide evaluations, diagnoses, counseling, medication management, IBI or PSR services.

Agency provides support, information and training for parents of children with mental health diagnoses. Help with navigating systems such as Health and Welfare, Juvenile Justice and Education. Statewide clearinghouse for respite care; provide training to respite care providers. Support group; opportunities for youth involvement including youth volunteer and youth advocate program.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
7325 W Riverside Drive
Suite B
Boise, ID 83714
Phone: 208-598-9452
Address: 7325 W Riverside Drive
Suite B
Boise, ID 83714
Phone: 208-598-9452
Eligibility: Anyone
Services Provided: OFFERING:

* Counseling for adults and children, specializing in ages 5 - 12

* Healer Heal Thyself: Sandtray and Meditation for Caregivers

* Supervision to graduates seeking licensure

* Instruction and mentoring in Sandtray Play Therapy for licensed mental health professionals

* Private meditation instruction

SLIDING SCALE FEES FOR THE UNINSURED AND MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED. SORRY, NOT A MEDICAID PROVIDER.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
Organization Name: Idaho Commission for Libraries
Address: 325 W. State St
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-334-2150
Fax: 208-334-4016
Eligibility: Contact for eligibility requirements.
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Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 1720 Westgate Drive
Suite A 1
Boise, ID 83704
Phone: 208-334-0800
Fax: 208-334-0828
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavioral Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
Address: 4696 W Overland Rd
Suite 272
Boise, ID 83705
Phone: 208-801-1609
Eligibility: Available to anyone with a mental illness diagnosis.
Services Provided: All-volunteer organization committed to improving the lives of persons with serious (brain disorders) mental illnesses. Members include persons with mental illness, parents, siblings, spouses, friends, and professional service providers.

NAMI Coeur d'Alene
PO Box 1082
Coeur d'Alene ID 83816
Phone: 208-691-9674
Email: sensitivemhc@gmail.com
Contacts: Gene Salois - Vice President - 208-661-4244
Bonnie Wilson - President - 208-691-9674

NAMI Far North
PO Box 2415
Sandpoint ID 83864-0913
Phone: 208-597-2047
Email: namifarnorth@yahoo.com
Website: www.nami.org/sites/namifarnorth
Amber Snoddy (President) 208-597-6573

NAMI State Office and NAMI Wood River Valley
NAMI Idaho
PO Box 95
Hailey, ID 83333
Phone: 208-242-7430
Tom Hanson (President)
Email: namiidaho@yahoo.com
Website: www.nami.org/sites/namiidaho

NAMI Southeast Idaho
PO Box 6066
Pocatello, ID 83205-6066
Phone: 208-232-5791
Email: zrmagee@cableone.net
Contact: Zina Magee (Chapter Administrator)

NAMI Upper Valley Idaho
PO Box 2462
Idaho Falls, ID 83403
Phone: 208-529-9311
Email: namiuppervalley@aol.com
Website: www.namiuv.com
Contact: Jane Roberts (President) 208-757-8300
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
740 Warm Springs Ave
Boise, ID 83712-6420
Phone: 208-343-7797
Organization Name: Children's Home Society of Idaho
Address: 740 Warm Springs Ave
Boise, ID 83712-6420
Phone: 208-343-7797
Eligibility: Contact Warm Springs Counseling Center for more information.
Services Provided: Warm Springs Counseling Center provides affordable outpatient counseling and assessment services for children and their families. Our therapists specialize in:

*Pre-School, Child & Adolescent Counseling;
*Marriage & Family Counseling, Clinical Family Therapy;
*ADHD Diagnosis & Treatment;
*Expressive / Play / Art Therapy;
*Parent Education;
*Family Communication;
*Group Counseling;
*Medication Management;
*Psychological Testing;
*Psycho-Educational Programs;
*Childhood Anxiety and Trauma;
*Counseling Services for Foster Children and their families;
*Community Based Rehabilitation Service

WSCC specializes in the treatment of children and families in our community . Through a unique subsidy program (Community Sponsorship Program) clients are able to access services with payment requirements based on the family's ability to pay.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Burley, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Children and Family Services
Address: 2241 Overland Ave
Suite 2
Burley, ID 83318-2929
Phone: 208-678-0974
Fax: 208-677-4002
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: The Children and Family Services Program receives and evaluates reports of child abuse, neglect or abandonment. When necessary, appropriate services are provided to resolve family needs. This Program assesses, evaluates and determines reported incidents of child abuse, which may include an evaluation of family members and/or the abused child. Helps acquire counseling for victim, parents, abuser and other involved. There is no fee for child protective services.

The Children and Family Services Program licenses foster homes and provides some adoption services.

The Children and Family Services Program is administered by the Division of Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Division of Behavioral Health
Address: 2241 Overland Ave
Burley, ID 83318
Phone: 208-677-5390
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into two major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Caldwell, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 3402 Franklin Rd
Caldwell, ID 83605
Phone: 208-459-0092
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Coeur D Alene, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Children and Family Services
Address: 1250 Ironwood Dr
Suite 100
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-769-1515
Fax: 208-666-6744
Eligibility: An application for children's mental health services is required to determine eligibility for services.
Services Provided: The Regional Children and Family Services Program receives and evaluates reports of child abuse, neglect or abandonment. When necessary, appropriate services are provided to resolve family needs. This Program assesses, evaluates and determines reported incidents of child abuse, which may include an evaluation of family members and/or the abused child. Helps acquire counseling for victim, parents, abuser and other involved. There is no fee for child protective services.

The Regional Children and Family Services Program licenses foster homes and provides some adoption services.

The Regional Children and Family Services Program is administered by the Division of Family and Community Services.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
1350 W Hanley Dr
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-667-1189
Organization Name: Children's Village, Inc.
Address: 1350 W Hanley Dr
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-667-1189
Eligibility: Youth in need birth to eighteen for emergency care
Services Provided: Children's Village offers residential care for youth (minors) in need including:

*Emergency shelter due to family in crisis
*Crisis Nursery
*Homeless services for youth
*Respite Care
*Foster Care (girls, birth-18/boys, birth-12)
*School for at risk youth. Children will not be refused care due to race, religion, gender or inability to pay for care.
*The facility accepts youth through the Department of Health and Welfare, police sheltering, private placements, both short-term and long-term.
State placement with foster care and also serving youth with no funding through private placement.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 2195 Ironwood Ct
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-769-1406
Fax: 208-769-1430
Eligibility: chronic and serious mental illness or a child with a serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or a children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavioral Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Grangeville, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 216 South 'C' St
Grangeville, ID 83530
Phone: 208-983-2300
Fax: 208-983-2440
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or a child with a serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Kellogg, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 35 Wildcat Way
Suite B
Kellogg, ID 83837
Phone: 208-784-1352
Fax: 208-784-1356
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with a serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Lewiston, ID

Address: 324 5th St
#102
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 208-746-6776
Fax: 208-746-1938
Eligibility: We serve the general public. Anyone can receive services from us.
Services Provided: Counseling services offered on a sliding fee scale based on income. Provides services for children 10 years of age and older; adults; couples and families.
Original Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 5/6/2019
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 1118 'F' St
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 208-799-4440
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with a serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: YWCA of the USA
Address: 300 Main St.
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 208-746-9655
Eligibility: Varies, call to determine.
Services Provided: YWCA of Lewiston/Clarkston is a private, non-profit social service organization that operates a comprehensive program serving Washington and Idaho residents. Located in Lewiston and Clarkston, the agency serves families in the surrounding counties.

CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS. A variety of children's programs are available, including: Children's Group, Summer School, and Kid's Club. More information is available on their web site.

EMERGENCY SERVICES. The program consists of services to all victims of crime, including domestic violence and sexual assault; a living center and support services for homeless families a 24-hour crisis line; information and referral and emergency services.

The Program operates two shelters: 1) Domestic Violence Shelter for women and children of domestic violence. 2) Homeless Center for families with children. There also is an after school program for children at the Homeless Center.

HOMELESS PROGRAM: The YWCA's seven-unit Greenhouse Apartments were completed in 1991. They Provide: Temporary housing for families with children. Support services, including food, gas, transportation and childcare. Case management for adults and children. Support groups. Parenting classes. Assistance finding housing, employment and other resources.

DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES
Domestic abuse is the physical abuse, threat of physical abuse, or the emotional abuse by a relative or person with whom the victim resides. We provide: Temporary shelter for physically and/or emotionally abused victims and their children. 24-hour hotline for crisis intervention, emotional support and information and referral. Individual and group counseling. Support groups for women and youth. Assistance with other social service organizations, law enforcement officers, and the court system. Legal advocacy, including assistance in obtaining protection orders. Education about domestic violence dynamics. Monthly classes on legal issues and domestic violence. There is no fee for domestic violence services.

SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES: Sexual assault refers to all types of sexual violence with or without a weapon, sexual penetration, incest or unwanted touch. Any person may be a victim of sexual assault regardless of their age or sex. We provide: 24-hour crisis intervention at hospitals, police stations, or by phoning 746-9655; temporary shelter for victims and their children; individual and group counseling for adult, teen and child victims; 24-hour hotline for emotional support and information on, and referral to, available services; personal support includes coordination with other social service agencies; medical advocacy; support group,
legal advocacy with law enforcement and the court system and help applying for Crime Victims Compensation. There is no fee for sexual assault services.

VICTIMS OF CRIME SERVICES: In the United States, a violent crime occurs every 19 seconds. Every 24 minutes, someone is murdered. We provide services for victims of crime: 24-hour crisis intervention; legal advocacy including help obtaining crime victim's compensation; temporary shelter for victims who cannot stay in their own home; services for survivors of violent crime and family members of homicide victims; and other related services

GENERAL EMERGENCY SERVICES: Individuals in need of assistance lacking other resources may qualify for emergency services. All services are confidential. Services include, but are not limited to: Rent Assistance; Transportation; Prescription medication; Lodging; Food; Information / Referral
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Malad, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 30 N 100 W
Malad, ID 83252
Phone: 208-239-7900
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with a serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Meridian, ID

1311 E. Central Dr.
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-373-1769
Address: 1311 E. Central Dr.
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-373-1769
Eligibility: None
Services Provided: Better Todays. Better Tomorrows. is an educational program designed to help parents and professionals identify possible emotional and behavioral problems in their children/youth and get the help the family needs to avoid a financial and emotional crisis and remain self-reliant. Free annual training sessions are provided. Local trainings available on request. This program is administrated by the Idaho State University Institute of Rural Health. The program is purely educational; no mental health services are offered.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
1311 E Central Dr
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-373-1769
Organization Name: Idaho State University - Pocatello
Address: 1311 E Central Dr
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: 208-373-1769
Eligibility: None.
Services Provided: The Idaho Youth Suicide Prevention Intervention Project's goal is to partner with other Idaho suicide prevention groups to create an infrastructure for reducing suicide attempts and completions among Idaho youth aged 10-24 regardless of ethnic/racial heritage.

Idaho Youth Suicide Prevention Intervention Project is a statewide, community based educational program.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Moscow, ID

619 S. Washington
Ste 301
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-882-9200
Address: 619 S. Washington
Ste 301
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-882-9200
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Provides direct mental health services to children, adolescents, and families who have experienced abuse neglect. Also provides services to children and families who are in the process of divorce, adoption or foster care.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 1350 Troy Highway
Suite 2
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-882-0562
Fax: 208-882-8575
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with a serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 119 E. 4th St
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-883-5587
Fax: 208-882-8441
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED, INC. operates as a private, nonprofit organization for the purpose of providing evaluation, training, employment, education, placement and support services to individuals with mental health, physical and developmental disabilities, including people with severe disabilities and people who are disadvantaged. These services are provided to increase their level of independent functioning, vocational skills and earned income in order to decrease their reliance upon public and private support.


THE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES offered by Opportunities Unlimited, Inc. are Medicaid funded and conducted in such a manner that no person will be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination or segregation under such programs and services on the grounds of race, creed, color, age, national origin, gender, physical or mental disability.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019

Mountain Home, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 2420 American Legion Blvd
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208-334-0894
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Nampa, ID

516 Holly St
Nampa, ID 83653
Phone: 208-467-8837
Address: 516 Holly St
Nampa, ID 83653
Phone: 208-467-8837
Fax: 208-467-8339
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Families ETC is a not-for-profit community counseling center that offers affordable service provided by supervised masters-level counseling interns to individuals and families.

Services provided: Family Marital & Individual Counseling, Life Skills Education, Personal Growth Counseling, Prepare/Enrich Relationship Inventories, Premarital Education & Couple Enrichment, Parent Training, Academic Counseling, Children & Adolescent Counseling, Play Therapy.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 4/30/2019
Organization Name: Terry Reilly
Address: 207 First St South
Nampa, ID 83651
Phone: 208-466-7869
Fax: 208-466-5359
Eligibility: Open to all
Services Provided: A private not-for-profit dedicated to providing affordable, quality primary care. Services include: Express Care; child and adolescent health; prenatal and OB care; adult and senior health; women's health; immunizations; health and wellness; diabetes care; X-ray; laboratory; Pharmacy; mental health care.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 11/28/2018

Payette, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 515 N 16th St
Payette, ID 83661
Phone: 208-642-6416
Fax: 208-642-2829
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with a serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into two major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Pocatello, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 421 Memorial Dr
Pocatello, ID 83205-4166
Phone: 208-234-7900
Fax: 208-236-6328
Eligibility: A chronic and serious mental illness or child with a serious emotional disturbance.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into two major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Mental Wellness Centers
Address: 1070 Hiline Rd, Suite 210
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: 208-478-9081
Fax: 208-478-4999
Eligibility: Contact for specific information. Private insurance and Medicaid accepted.
Services Provided: Counseling, case management and medication management services offered on a sliding fee scale based on income and family size. Also provide community based rehab services as well as drug and alcohol counseling.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/28/2019

Ponderay, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 207 Larkspur St
Ponderay, ID 83852
Phone: 208-265-4535
Eligibility: 18 years old and older and have a chronic and serious mental illness.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into two major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Preston, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 223 N State
Preston, ID 83263
Phone: 208-234-7900
Fax: 208-852-2136
Eligibility: 18 years old and older and have a chronic and serious mental illness.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Salmon, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 111 Lillian St #104
Salmon, ID 83467
Phone: 208-528-5717
Fax: 208-528-5747
Services Provided: Behavioral Health Services
Mental Health Services / Adult & Children
(Services for adults, children and families who are in need of mental health treatment. People will not be denied services based on inability to pay. A discounted sliding fee schedule is available based on family size and incomes.)
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Twin Falls, ID

Address: 52550 Addison Ave
Suite G
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-814-7750
Fax: 208-814-7759
Eligibility: Contact for specific information
Services Provided: Provides a medical and forensic evaluation service for children and adolescents of alleged sexual and physical abuse. Specific focus is minimizing further trauma, while providing an objective service. Services include physical examinations and videotaped interviews that are neutral, objective and sensitive to children's needs. Evaluations are conducted in a safe, confidential environment, thus alleviating need for further exams or interviews.

Anyone can call CARES for I&R and the counseling resources. Forensic interviews and medical examinations require a referral from law enforcement or DHW

CARES also provides a service called Child Trauma Recovery Resource. This is funded by United Way.
Counseling scholarships are given to any child in financial need who has a history of abuse. There are counselors on contract with CARES who provide this counseling.

* After hours - emergency go to ER.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Mental Health Services
Address: 823 Harrison St
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-736-2177
Fax: 208-736-2113
Eligibility: 18 years old and older and have a chronic and serious mental illness.
Services Provided: Public mental health services fall into major areas of effort: Community Crisis Response and Services to Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) or children with a serious emotional disturbance.

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICES
First line intervention for adults experiencing mental health crisis. These crisis may be defined as psychiatric symptoms such as thoughts of self-harm or harming others. Each Welfare region in Idaho has a community health center and one or more satellite offices which provide 24 hour crisis response services such as hotlines, emergency face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, treatment referral services and consultations with law enforcement agencies, local hospitals, and other social service organizations as requested.

SEVERE AND PERSISTENT MENTAL ILLNESS
Services are targeted for individuals, at least 18 years of age, who suffer from the most severe and persistent forms of mental illness. The individual must have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, major affective disorder, delusional disorder or borderline personality disorder. This psychiatric disorder must be of sufficient severity to cause a disturbance in role performance or coping skills in at least two areas of functioning, on either a continuous or intermittent basis. SPMI services include screening and referral, assertive community treatment, crisis intervention, case management, psychiatric/medical service, short term outpatient therapy, individual and group psychosocial rehabilitation, consultation and education, and community supportive employment.

The Mental Health Program is administered by the Division of Behavior Health.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018