Our Ashwood Location
Our new outpatient facility is located in Boise, and will serve The Boise Metropolitan Area. It will provide a safe & therapeutic environment for both our staff and patients.
7941 West Rifleman Street
Boise, ID, 83704
Getting treatment is just one option, but many also need peer support and encouragement in order to continue to manage their conditions.
It is not always feasible for people to come to us here at Ashwood Recovery to get mental health treatment. This page can serve as a guide to help people in Coeur d’Alene to find out what mental health services and resources are available for them.
Coeur d’Alene has much to offer anyone who is need of mental health support and/or treatment. The following includes the resources that are there to help.
The phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. Also, the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline offers phone and text support. People can text them Monday through Friday from 3 pm to midnight, or call anytime of the day or night. Their phone number is (208) 398-4357.
Support groups can be very helpful for people with mental illnesses. There are several mental health support groups available in the Coeur d’Alene area.
Food Addicts Anonymous is an eating disorder support group that meets on Monday evenings at 7pm. It takes place at the Kootenai Medical Center.
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous is similar support group that also meets at the Kootenai Medical Center. Meetings take place on Saturday mornings at 10 am.
A Mental Health Support Group meets every Wednesday evening from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Kootenai Medical Center. This group caters to every type of mental health condition, including various anxiety disorders.
The Meetup group, Pass the Anxietea, is available for those looking for physical or online meetings.
The Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center is located in Coeur d’Alene. They offer support groups to veterans who suffer from PTSD.
Feeling Kinda Blue is a website that offers online support for anyone seeking a mental health support group. There are groups available for people battling PTSD.
An Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity group regularly meets in the Coeur d’Alene area on Mondays from 7 pm to 9 pm. Please call Dr. Bob at (208) 784-8891 for more information.
A Meetup group is also available to help adults with ADHD. It is called ADHD of Treasure Valley.
Ashwood Recovery is located in Boise, Idaho.
We offer both physical appointments and online services for our clients.
The Promise Program at Ashwood Recovery offers mental health treatment services. It is an outpatient program that provides day treatment and partial hospitalization to people with one or more mental health conditions. Many of the people we treat have recently completed an inpatient program.
At Promise, our staff’s focus is on our clients’ individual needs. We always provide treatment plans that have been tailored to offer them the most benefits. Clients meet with medical and nursing staff on a daily basis. They participate in group therapy as well as individual sessions with their counselors.
All of our clients meet with a psychiatrist for two weekly appointments. During that time, we manage their medications and provide other appropriate types of treatment. We also offer the following as a part of our curriculum:
We can facilitate family sessions when they are needed as well as offer daily peer support. When clients have finished the program (generally within 4-5 weeks), we help them create a quality follow-up schedule with the appropriate appointments.
At Ashwood Recovery, we completely understand the importance of good mental health. So many of the people we work with are suffering because of their symptoms. Our Promise Program can give them hope as it helps to transition them back to their daily lives and routines.
Do you need to talk with someone about the mental health resources or treatment options that are available in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho? We can help. Please contact us right away.
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