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Members of the military will need to contact Business Psychology Associates, or BPA, toll free at 1-800-922-3406 to access services. The screening and referral process will be completed by answering a few questions about your substance use as well as some demographic information.

BPA will then determine what kind of services may be helpful and you will have the opportunity to choose a provider from BPA's Provider Network. BPA can provide an explanation about the referral process and answer any questions that you may have.

Access to Recovery gives military members the opportunity to access substance abuse treatment services that are completely confidential. No information is reported to any military personnel or staff regarding your inquiry into ATR services or your receiving of treatment services. 

As a member of the military, you will not be required to meet financial eligibility criteria to access services. You will, however, be required to answer questions related to household finances in order to collect data necessary for ATR grant funding. You will not be personally identified by this information. When you call for a screening, you will be asked questions related to the following issues:

1) Insurance (including Medicaid)

2) Number of people in the residence

3) Current gross income for the family unit, based on previous month, to include all taxable income, wages, salary, tips, child support, etc.

4) Court ordered obligations

5) Dependent support

6) Child care payments necessary for employment

7) Medical expense

8) Transportation

9) Extraordinary rehabilitative expenses

10) State and federal tax payments, including FICA.
 

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If you should have any questions about this process please contact either BPA at 1-800-922-3406 or Michael Bartlett, ATR Coordinator at (208) 332-7243 or bartletm@dhw.idaho.gov