Promoting and protecting the health and safety of all Idahoans

Substance Use Disorder Services Program

The Division of Behavioral Health’s Substance Use Disorder Services Program provides resources for individuals struggling with the disease of addiction. Interpreter services and language assistance are available for anyone, including those with limited English speaking ability, the deaf and hard of hearing, and the blind and visually impaired.

Call 1-800-922-3406 for a screening and referral to an approved treatment facility. The amount you pay for services will depend on your financial situation. To qualify for assistance, you will be asked several questions regarding your situation and to provide financial eligibility information. 

The mission of the Division of Behavioral Health is to provide services of the highest quality by working together to inspire hope, recovery and resiliency in the lives of Idahoans living with behavioral health disorders and their families.

To speak with someone in the Division of Behavioral Health, call (208) 334-6997. 

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Current Version - Behavioral Health Standards eManual

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Opioid Overdose Information

Naloxone is an “opioid antagonist” used to counter the effects of opioid overdose. Legislation passed in 2015 made Naloxone available to anyone in Idaho by simply asking their pharmacist. The following two videos contain instructions for administering naloxone.

Upcoming Legislative Session Proposed Administrative Rules