Mental Health Crisis Services
If you need immediate assistance, please contact the crisis line in your community.
To contact regional crisis lines: Follow this link and select "Regional Contact Information". Select your region, and then select the field office nearest you to find its crisis line information.
State-Provided Community Mental Health Services
The State of Idaho provides state funded and operated community based mental health care services through Regional Mental Health Centers (RMHC) located throughout the state. Each RMHC provides mental health services through a system of care that is both community-based and consumer-guided. Adult mental health services provided by the RMHC's include:
*Crisis Screening and Intervention
*Mental Health Screening
*Psychiatric Clinical Services
*Community-Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS) - formerly Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
*Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
*Patient Assistance Program (PAP)
*Co-Occuring Disorders Treatment
*Short-Term Mental Health Intervention
Apply for Adult Mental Health Services
You can apply for adult mental health services by contacting your local Regional Mental Health Center. You must meet certain criteria in order to qualify for the expedited services.
In order to receive adult mental health services you must meet certain eligibility requirements. To find out whether you are eligible for services contact your local Regional Mental Health Center and ask for an eligibility screening.
Costs of Services
The amount of money you pay for mental health services depends on a variety of circumstances such as the number of people in your household, your income, and other factors. For more information review the 2018 Fee Determination Brochure, also available in Spanish.