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March 23, 2017

Frequently Asked Questions

Access to Recovery (ATR) is a federal grant with the intent of finding innovative ways to support people in recovery.  The current grant, ATR 4, is a 3-year grant that began September 30, 2014, but did not begin accepting referrals until January 2015.  ATR 4 provides treatment and recovery support services those who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness, victims of domestic violence, child protection families involved in Drug Court, Veterans on supervised probation or parole, and Veterans who are unable to access VA benefits.

If you are a child protection family involved in drug court, or a Veteran on supervised probation or parole, your court coordinator, CPS liaison, parole or probations officer will refer you.  If you are experiencing or at risk of homelessness, a victim of domestic violence,  or a Veteran who is unable to access VA benefits, please call BPA Health for a screening.

To qualify for ATR 4, participants must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Rate in the last 30 days, vector into an eligible priority population, meet clinical eligibility through an assessment.

Some services include, but are not limited to:

  • Outpatient Services (Individual, Group, Family Counseling)

  • Case Management

  • Safe and Sober Housing

  • Drug Testing

  • Transportation for Treatment Services

  • Life Skills

  • Recovery Coaching

The benefit of participating in ATR 4 is the ability to access reduced cost or free treatment and recovery support services.  

I am…

  • Experiencing or at risk of homelessness — Call BPA Health at (800) 922-3406

  • Fleeing or attempting to flee a domestic violence situation — Call BPA Health at (800) 922-3406

  • A Veteran on supervised probation or parole — Ask your court coordinator or PPO to refer you

  • A Veteran, regardless of discharge, who is unable to access VA services — Call BPA Health at (800) 922-3406

  • A child protection family involved in drug court — Ask your CPS liaison or PPO to refer you

Contact BPA Health at (800) 922-3406 or email Provider Relations at providerrelations@bpahealth.com.

BPA Health is a private entity contracted by the State of Idaho to manage the Treatment and Recovery Support Services network.  They are responsible for :

  • Processing referrals and screening clients for eligibility

  • Conducting client intakes

  • Authorizing services and pay claims

  • Utilization management of client services

  • Quality assurance activities including provider audits

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