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Boise, ID Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources and Treatment for Boise, Idaho

Mental health is a major concern for many people who live in Boise, Idaho. There are those who suffer from depression, anxiety and other disorders, and not everyone gets the treatment they need.

At Ashwood Recovery we offer mental health services in Boise, ID. We know that some people may find it difficult to make it to our location, so we’ve put together a comprehensive list of mental health resources on this page.

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Mental Health Resources and Treatment in Boise, Idaho

The following are all excellent resources for anyone who is looking for information on mental health in the Boise area:

The number to contact the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline is (208) 398-4357. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Text support is also available Monday through Friday from 3 pm to midnight.

Mental Health Support Groups in Boise

There are several types of mental health support groups that are available in the Boise area, and some are also online groups and meetings.

The NAMI Treasure Valley Online Peer Support Group is available on Facebook. There are also several support groups being held by local therapists.

Pass the Anxietea is a Meetup support group specifically for people struggling with anxiety and panic disorders.

Feeling Kinda Blue is a community of people who support each other to overcome the symptoms of PTSD and other mental health conditions. Membership is required, but it is free to join and participate.

Both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous have several options for those searching for peer support. It is easy to find both AA and NA meetings in Boise, Idaho. Also, family members can get the help they need through Al-Anon and Alateen as well.

Eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia can be so difficult to manage on one’s own. The Eating Disorder Referral & Information Center offers several support groups that can help in addition to medical treatment.

They offer free support groups as well as online and phone counseling options.

ADHD of Treasure Valley is a Meetup group that offers support to adults with ADHD. The group also helps spouses.

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Mental Health Emergency Instructions

In the event of a mental health emergency, it is important to call 911 right away; particularly if you or someone else is a danger to themselves or others. But emergencies can be difficult to recognize.

A situation may be an emergency if any of the following apply:

  • There has been an attempt to inflict harm on another person or the person is threatening harm to themselves.
  • There has been a suicide attempt, or behaviors being displayed indicate that there is suicidal ideation present.
  • The individual is self-mutilating.
  • The individual seems to be distressed because of hallucinations or delusions.
  • The person is acting on delusional thoughts.
  • The person is having uncontrollable anger, agitation or anxiety.
  • The individual is verbally expressing thoughts about hurting themselves or someone else.
  • Mental health symptoms are making it difficult for the person to provide for their basic needs.

If the person appears to be suicidal, it is important to remove any weapons or pills. The individual should not be left alone until help arrives.

  • St. Alphonsus Hospital in Boise
  • St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Boise

If assistance is needed, the following crisis hotlines are available:

  • Idaho Department of Health & Welfare Mobile Crisis Unit – (208) 334-0808
  • Ada County Non-Emergency Police Dispatch – (208) 377-6790
  • Idaho Department of Health & Welfare Care Line - 211

Our Mental Health Facility in Boise

Ashwood Recovery is located in Boise, Idaho. We work with clients who suffer from many types of mental health issues, such as:

Ashwood Recovery is located in Boise, Idaho. We work with clients who suffer from many types of mental health issues, such as:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety and panic disorders
  • Self-harming behaviors
  • PTSD
  • Social anxiety disorders
  • Schizophrenia
  • Substance abuse disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Eating disorders
  • Borderline personality disorder
  • OCD
  • Mood disorders

Promise: Our Mental Health Treatment Program in Boise, Idaho

Ashwood Recovery’s Promise program is a highly-structured mental health treatment program that offers day treatment or partial hospitalization services. We offer help to those who have acute psychotic and severe mental health issues. Our clients require intensive treatment to help them transition into a more independent lifestyle.

Our clients benefit from a curriculum that offers:

  • Skill building classes.
  • Art therapy.
  • Music therapy.
  • Trauma therapy.
  • Mental health education.
  • Processing groups
  • Goal building and evaluation.
  • Yoga/Thai Chi

At Promise, our staff members are always careful to compile treatment plans that will meet our clients’ individual needs. We understand that mental health conditions are very personal, and what works for one person might not work for another.

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At Ashwood Recovery, we care about our clients. We know how important mental health is, and we strive to help everyone who walks through our door.

If you or someone you love has symptoms of a mental health condition, there is no need to wait any longer. Get the necessary help today so you can thrive tomorrow. Please contact us to learn more.

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