Caldwell, Idaho Mental Health Resources, Support and Treatment

Mental health resources and support are available to help people who live in Caldwell, Idaho.

Treatment options are plentiful, but not everyone knows how to find them, or how to choose the best program to fit their needs.

Ashwood Recovery offers mental health treatment options right here in our Boise facility. But we know that not everyone is able to access them. For people who live in Caldwell, we’d like to highlight some of alternative mental health programs and support groups in that community.

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Caldwell, ID Mental Health Resources

Mental health resources are available at the state and county levels for people who live in Caldwell, ID.

Suicide has never been a more serious threat on the lives of Idahoans than it is today. The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is available for texting as well, Monday through Friday between 3 pm and midnight. The number to call is (208) 398-4357.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is another option. Their phone number is 1-800-273-8255.

In the event of a mental health emergency, please dial 911 right away.
  • The Caldwell office of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare offers help accessing behavioral health services for adults and children.
  • The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare also offers access to substance abuse treatment services and support.
  • Idaho 2-1-1 is available to anyone by dialing 211 from any phone. They offer information regarding local health and human services.
  • NAMI-Idaho can provide mental health patients with information about area support groups and treatment options.
  • The Western Idaho Community Crisis Center offers crisis intervention services to people in Caldwell. Their services are free of charge.
  • The Promise Program is a private mental health treatment option for people who acute or severe mental illnesses. They focus on offering support to those who have completed an inpatient program.

Mental Health Support Groups in Caldwell, Idaho

Peer support is so important for those who struggle with mental health issues. There are several groups in the local community.

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous have been instrumental in the lives of so many people worldwide. There are several AA and NA groups being held in the Caldwell area daily.

Veterans in need of PTSD support groups should check with the VA Clinic in Caldwell. They may have several options and recommendations.

NAMI Connection is a support group that offers help for people with all types of mental health issues, including PTSD.

Overeaters Anonymous offers support groups for people who are struggling with many types of eating disorders.

Another option is EDReferral.com, and they can also provide information and referrals for support groups.

St. Alphonsus offers several support groups that can help people who struggle with several types of anxiety disorders.

Meetups are a popular way to get support from a group of peers. Pass the Anxietea is a group that focuses on helping others with anxiety.

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare can provide information about support groups for ADD/ADHD in Caldwell.

A Meetup group called ADHD of Treasure Valley is also available.

A DBSA Support Group is available to help people who struggle with symptoms of depression and bipolar disorder.

People who struggle with depression are also encouraged to join the NAMI Treasure Valley Online Peer Support Group on Facebook.

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Our Mental Health Facility

Ashwood Recovery is located in Boise, Idaho. It is about a 30 minute drive from Caldwell.

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We offer treatment for several types of mental illnesses, including:

  • Schizophrenia
  • Sleep disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Generalized anxiety disorder
  • Social anxiety or social phobia
  • OCD
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Self-harming behaviors

Promise: Our Mental Health Treatment Program in Boise

At Ashwood Recovery, we have developed the Promise Program to specifically help those who have mental health issues. This is an outpatient day treatment program that caters to people who need additional treatment following an inpatient stay. We work with clients who have both acute and severe needs.

The Promise Program is designed to be intensive, which allows our clients to get the level of care they need. It runs for about 4-5 weeks, and each of our clients get personalized treatment plans to meet their individual needs. They interact with our medical staff daily and regularly meet with a psychiatrist for medication management.

In addition, they also participate in individual therapy and group therapy sessions. Our curriculum is quite varied, and we may recommend any of the following for our clients:

  • Yoga/Thai Chi
  • Goal setting and attainment
  • Skill building activities
  • Art therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Trauma therapy
  • Mental health education

When needed, we will also provide family sessions, case management services and crisis intervention services.

We understand that ongoing care is critical for anyone with a mental health issue. We are very careful about recommending the proper type of follow-up care once our program has ended.

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Mental Health Resources in Caldwell, Idaho – Get Help Today

At Ashwood Recovery, we want people to know that they can get help and support for their mental health issues. So many people struggle and they do not have the support they need to manage their daily lives. Our Promise Program gives them the tools they need accomplish their goals and transition easily back into their normal lives.

Do you have mental health issues? Perhaps you have been considering getting help, but you did not know where to start. Or maybe you have completed an inpatient program and you need continued support. We are here to provide you with the assistance you need during this critical time in your life.

Please contact us today to learn more about the mental health resources and treatment options in Caldwell.

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