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Student & Family

Well-Being Programs

Students go to school every day with mental health challenges. We’re here to help. Through our unique partnerships with school districts and post-secondary institutions, students and their families gain a personalized support system to nurture their behavioral health and overall well-being.

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K-12 Students & Families

Free, confidential, solution-focused therapy services, stress management guidance, and other well-being resources for students, parents, guardians, and siblings.
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Post-Secondary Students

Free, confidential therapy and well-being services and resources for you through your college or trade school.

How it Works

  1. 1

    Call, text, or chat with your Service Navigator or submit a request

  2. 2

    Get personalized recommendations for therapists and well-being resources

  3. 3

    Select your therapist and make an appointment

  4. 4

    Your Service Navigator follows up with you to ensure you’re getting what you need

Support Services

  • Crisis line 24/7
  • Family & relationships
  • Mental health  
  • Behavioral health
  • Academic pressures
  • Community & well-being resources 
  • Alcohol and drug misuse  
  • Parenting challenges
  • Grief counseling
  • Legal & Financial consultations

Find a Provider

Through our partnership with BetterHelp, our robust network includes 36,000+ licensed therapists across the US.

  • 26k

    Idahoans between the ages of 12-17 suffer from depression. More than half did not receive any care within the past year

  • Suicide is the

    2nd

    leading cause of death among people aged 10-14 and the 3rd leading cause of death among those aged 15-24 in the U.S.

  • Early intervention
    is key.

    50%

    of lifetime mental illness begins by age 14; 75% by age 24

Idaho Youth Suicide Prevention

Explore our youth suicide prevention program—a meaningful partnership dedicated to fostering connectedness and resilience throughout Idaho schools to prevent youth suicide.

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Connect With Us

Contact our team for more information and guidance about your Student & Family Well-Being benefits.