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You Wanna Find Some Good Mental Health?

You should check your back pocket, sometimes it gets stuck there. If it's not there, try phoning a friend and asking them maybe?

Case Management

Case Management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual’s and family’s comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources to promote patient safety, quality of care, and cost effective outcomes.

Did You Know...
The term “advocacy,” is described as the “essence” of the client–case manager relationship. Advocacy is predominantly client-focused rather than provider-driven; in fact, it is case manager-facilitated. Advocacy simply means actively supporting a cause and trying to get others to support it as well.

Community Based Rehabilitation

Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS) concentrate on enhancing the quality of life for persons with mental illness through rehabilitation strategies, equal opportunities and social inclusion. Community Based Rehabilitation Services support the full participation of individuals living with mental illness and meeting their needs within their homes and communities. Strategies are skill-development based that target skill deficits and functional limitations.

Additional Information...
CBRS will take place both in client’s homes and in community to enhance skills needed to reduce the impact mental illness has on their life. Specialists will work with clients in areas such as: Vocational/Educational, Financial, Family, Social Supports, Basic Living skills, Housing, Community/Legal, Health/Medical, and Relationships.
Who Could Benefit...
We provide mental health case management (CM) to adults, children, and adolescents with serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and/or a serious emotional disturbance (SED). Participants must meet the eligibility requirements identified through Optum Idaho - Category 3 benefits governing case management.

Peer Support

Peer Support is a helping relationship between mental health clients and Certified Peer Support Specialists. The primary responsibility of Certified Peer Support Specialists is to help those they serve achieve self-directed recovery. They believe that every individual has strengths and the ability to learn and grow.

Did You Know...
Peer supporters are people who use their experience of recovery from mental health disorders to support others in recovery. Combined with skills often learned in formal training, their experience, and institutional knowledge put them in a unique position to offer support.

Peer Support Groups

A peer support group is a regular gathering of men and women with the lived experience of mental illness. Usually twice each month, these individuals come together, overseen by a trained peer support specialist or facilitator, to talk with one another about their experiences, struggles and challenges.

Crisis Intervention and Response

Effective interventions and responses to behavioral health crisis situations can substantially enhance participants’ recovery experiences, improve their overall quality of life, and even result in fewer future crisis situations. (an emotionally significant event or radical change of status in a person’s life).


A professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals." Counseling involves helping people make needed changes in ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving, and is a goal-based collaborative process, involving a non-judgmental, supportive counselor who works with a client in telling his or her story, setting viable goals, and developing strategies and plans necessary to accomplish these goals. An extremely important part of counseling is confidentiality, which means that the information discussed in session will be accessible only by you and your counselor, with a few exceptions.

Working with a counselor, you will engage in a supportive, collaborative process that will allow you to explore your experiences, behaviors, and beliefs. With the benefit of fresh insight, you will identify blind spots and patterns which are holding you back from health and happiness and gain the strength and strategies needed to overcome them.

Who Could Benefit...
Therapy is a proven treatment that has been shown to be as effective as medication but with the benefit of longer lasting results. Many people find that it provides relief from distress in a relatively short period of time; however, therapy is a dynamic process of personal growth and development and its duration, just as much as its content, will be different for every client.