Promoting and protecting the health and safety of all Idahoans
Is substance use interfering with your life?
Access to Recovery (ATR 4) is a federally funded program that provides access to substance use treatment and recovery support services. You may be eligible for ATR 4 services if any of the following applies to you:
- You are a Veteran, regardless of your discharge status, who is unable to access VA benefits;
- You are experiencing homelessness;
- You are at risk of homelessness in the next 30 days; or
- You are a victim of domestic violence.
Services available include:
- Outpatient treatment (individual, group, and family counseling)
- Safe and sober housing
- Drug testing
- Transportation for treatment or recovery services
- Life skills
- Recovery coaching
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To check your eligibility for ATR 4, call (800) 922-3406
and tell them you are interested in receiving services through the ATR 4 program. You will recieve a short screening to determine your financial eligibility as well as an assessment of your treatment needs.
For more information about the ATR 4 program, please contact Crystal Campbell at (208) 334-6506 or email@example.com
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If you have a recovery story you'd like to share, please contact Crystal Campbell at (208) 334-6506 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare was selected as one of five recipients of the ATR 4 grant funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The purpose of ATR 4 is to increase access to substance abuse services while focusing on a client-centered approach with client choice in treatment services and planning. ATR 4 provides funding for both Treatment and Recovery Support Services to assist clients in long-term recovery.
The grant offers funding for those with a Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and will serve the following populations over a three year period:
- Supervised Veterans who have committed a crime and are on supervised probation or parole
- Veterans who are unable to access VA benefits
- Child Protection families involved in Child Protection Drug Court
- Individuals and families experiencing homelessness, both unsheltered and sheltered
ATR 4 funding is currently available and clients can be referred to treatment by the following:
- Supervised Veteran – Veteran Court Coordinator, Felony Parole/Probation Officer, or a Misdemeanant Probation Officer refer clients using the Funding Profile Form
- Veteran - Community-based service provider refer clients to BPA Health for phone screening
- Child Welfare – CPS Liaisons or a Child Protection Drug Court Coordinator refer clients using the Funding Profile Form
- Homeless – Community-based service provider refer clients to BPA Health for phone screening
If you have any questions please contact Crystal Campbell, ATR Coordinator at (208) 334-6506 or CampbelC@dhw.idaho.gov