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Treatment/Prevention

Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-8255
Suicide Prevention Action Network support group in Idaho Falls

 

Treatment/Prevention

1-800-922-3406 Treatment Hotline

Treatment Providers Region 7

DUI Evaluators Region 7

Approved RSS Providers Region 7

 

Community Resources

Local Resources

Idaho CareLine

EICAP

United Way of Idaho Falls

The Salvation Army

St. Vincent de Paul

Food Banks and Pantries in Idaho Falls

Health & Welfare- Food Stamps, Medicaid

Region VII Health and Welfare

Social Security Administration

Veterans' SE Idaho Outpatient Clinic  -  232-0316

Idaho Falls Senior Citizens Community Center

United Way of Idaho Falls

Take Back Info by County

 

Substance Use Prevention

Snake River Valley Narcotics Anonymous

Al-Anon

Alcoholics Anonymous

Co-Dependence Anonymous

Drug & Alcohol Assistance Guide

Celebrate Recovery Idaho

Tobacco Prevention/Cessation

Above the Influence

Meth Watch

Prenatal Substance Exposure

RADAR 

Inhalant Abuse State Laws

Celebrate Recovery

The Anti Drug Website

Mothers Against Methamphetamine - MaMa

Idaho Meth Project

Prescription Abuse

Drug Free Workplace Training-Online 

 

Transportation

TRPTA

 

Housing

Idaho Falls Rescue Mission | City of Refuge

Idaho Falls Rescue Mission | Ruth House

Idaho Falls Rescue Mission | Ark

Domestic Violence Intervention Center - Women's Shelters

Idaho Housing

Housing Resources

Club Inc.

Education

Eastern Idaho Technical College – Also offer GED classes

Community Council of Idaho – GED classes in English and Spanish

Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership - GED Tutoring

Idaho State University

Idaho Falls Branch Campus - Stevens-Henager College

Idaho Falls Location - Northwest Nazarene University

Employment

Idaho Department of Labor > Home

Jobs - Idaho.gov

Idaho Falls - Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Idaho Falls Idaho Employment Resource Center

Career Center - Idaho State University


Mental Health

Children's Mental Health 

Teton Valley Mental Health Coalition

NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness)

Region VII Adult Mental Health

Region VII Children's Mental Health 

Access to Recovery - Military

Mental Health First Aid


Medical/Dental

Upper Valley Community Health Services

Medical/Dental Low Cost

ISU Dental Hygiene Clinic

District 7 Health Department

Dental Resources - English

Dental Resources - Spanish


Youth/Parenting

Idaho Federation of Families

Fatherhood Reintegration Program (Evidence Based SAMHSA)

Adolescent programs offered by Idaho Youth Ranch

Parents - The Anti Drug 

Parent's Inhalant Abuse Information Web Site

Prevention Idaho

Online Parenting Classes

Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation

BeTheParents.org


Legal

Idaho Legal Aid

Idaho Volunteer Lawyers Program - Idaho State Bar


Grant & Coalition Assistance

CSAT Grant Opportunities

Environmental Strategies

MADD Mini Grants

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 

X Factor Consulting for Non-Profits

SAMHSA Family Centered Substance Abuse Treatment Grants for Adolescents & Families

SAMHSA Jail Diversion and Trauma Recovery Grants with Program-Priority on Veterans

ONDCP Drug Free Communities Mentoring Grants

Idaho Dept of Juvenile Corrections Grant Funds

 

 

Region 7 BHB Contacts

Calendar

Meetings are held the second Friday of every month at the Health & Welfare building in Idaho Falls at 150 Shoup Ave., 2nd floor conference room. 

Oct. 10 Behavioral Health Board Meeting 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM.  CMH meeting 1 PM (or upon conclusion of the Behavioral Health Board meeting). 

Nov. 14 Behavioral Health Board Meeting 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM.  CMH meeting 1 PM (or upon conclusion of the Behavioral Health Board meeting)

Dec. 5  Behavioral Health Board Meeting 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM. CMH meeting 1 PM (or upon conclusion of the Behavioral Health Board meeting)

  • Call in: (208) 528-5901, code 3001

Jan. 16  Behavioral Health Board Meeting 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM. CMH meeting 1 PM (or upon conclusion of the Behavioral Health Board meeting)

  • Call in: (208) 528-5901, code 3001