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Services & Programs

Behavioral Health

We 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.
Adult Behavioral Health
Adult Behavioral Health provides treatment and services for adults with behavioral health needs.
Behavioral Health Crisis Resources
Regional, state, and national contact information for behavioral health crisis situations.
Children's Behavioral Health
Children's Behavioral Health provides services for children with serious emotional disturbance.
Opioids Information
Learn about the risks of opioids and overdose prevention resources.
Substance Use Disorder
Substance Use Disorder is common, recurrent, and often serious, but it is treatable, and many people recover with the right treatment and support.
Suicide Prevention
Suicide is a critical public health issue in Idaho. It brings tragic loss to families, friends, schools, and entire communities each year.

Other Programs You May Need

Your online portal for healthcare, food assistance and other programs in Idaho.
Idaho’s behavioral health system will be improved significantly by 2023 through the negotiation of a new Idaho Behavioral Health Plan (IBHP) contract. The new IBHP contract solicitation was made available publicly on 12-30-21. For a link to the Department of Purchasing’s IPRO system, go to page 9 in the IBHP ITN document.
On January 25, 2022, the Court approved a new Implementation Assurance Plan (IAP) that was jointly proposed by the parties to the Jeff D. lawsuit. The IAP is the result of several months of collaboration involving Plaintiffs’ counsel, the Implementation Work Group, and the Defendants. It is intended to be a roadmap for completing implementation of the Jeff D. Settlement Agreement. The Defendants will be responsible for implementing the plan’s details within the timelines in the IAP, which is enforceable by the Court.