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Behavioral Health

Our community programs focus on specific and often overlooked areas of behavioral health where people need support the most. Through solution-focused, customized services and a robust network of mental and behavioral health providers, these programs are strengthening communities.

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Substance Use Disorder Support

Idahoans on the path to recovery can find comprehensive support, including counseling, housing assistance and recovery resources.
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Peer & Family Support Certification

Certified Peer Support Specialists and Family Support Partners have valuable lived experience with mental and behavioral health challenges. From this perspective, they offer hope and understanding and beneficial guidance on navigating the mental health system.
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Recovery Coach Training Academy

The Recovery Coach Training Academy provides training and resources so you can become a Recovery Coach for those on the path to recovery.

Idaho Vouchered Respite Care Program

Respite care is a short-term or temporary relief for primary caregivers, including parents or legal guardians, that provides an easing of stress and increased stability for families.
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  • 46 million

    Americans struggle with addiction

  • Only


    1 in 10

    who need addiction support ever receive it

  • 381

    opioid overdose deaths in Idaho in 2022

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Discover Our Resources

Designed to support all of our current members and providers, the resource library houses documents, forms, guidelines, and even state resource websites. Check out the robust library of resources from the link below.

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We’re Here to Help

Get answers to your questions and further support navigating our Community Behavioral Health programs.