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Nampa, ID Mental Health Resources and Treatment

Mental Health Support, Resources and Treatment Programs in Nampa, Idaho

The Nampa, ID area has many options for anyone who is searching for mental health resources, support and treatment options.

A large percentage of those who have symptoms of a condition like anxiety or depression never get the help they need. We want to change that.

At Ashwood Recovery, we recognize that coming to our facility for treatment is not always possible. That is why we put together this guide to mental health resources in the Nampa area.

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SAMHSA reports that almost 4.7% of people in Idaho are living with serious mental illnesses. More than half of them are not getting the treatment and support they need. Fortunately, there are ways for them to get help.

  • Idaho 2-1-1 can be accessed from any phone just by dialing 211. They offer information about local health and human services. Someone is there to answer the phone at any time of day or night, 7 days a week.
  • The Children’s Mental Health Crisis/Intake Line a great resources for parents who are concerned about their child’s mental health. The number to call is (208) 334-0981.
  • The National Alliance on Mental Illness – Idaho is a local advocacy group run by NAMI. They provide access to mental health services for Idaho residents.
  • The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare offers state-funded mental health services to those who need them within Idaho.
  • The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare also operates a Substance Use Disorder Services Program. This is designed to provide support to people who are battling alcohol or drug abuse.
  • The Promise Day Treatment Program for Mental Health – This is a private program that offers day treatment services for adults who need mental health treatment and support. Its goal is to help those who have recently completed an inpatient stay and who need continued assistance.

Emergency Mental Health Information

Mental health emergencies should never be ignored. They need to be taken seriously; especially when an individual is feeling suicidal.

If you or someone you love appears to be a danger to themselves or others, call 911 immediately. Alternatively, you can also call the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare Mobile Crisis Unit at (208) 334-0808, and choose option 2.
  • St. Alphonsus Medical Center in Nampa – (208) 463-5000
  • St. Luke’s Nampa Emergency Department – (208) 505-2000

The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline can be reached by calling (208) 398-4357. They also offer text support Monday through Friday between the hours of 3 pm and midnight.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached by calling 1-800-273-8255.

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Mental Health Support Groups in Nampa, Idaho

Finding mental health support groups can be critical for someone who struggles with one of these conditions. The Nampa area has many resources that can help.

Veterans with PTSD may want to consider contacting the Caldwell VA clinic to ask about possible support group options.

Feeling Kinda Blue is the name of an organization that offers online groups for people with PTSD or other mental health issues.

NAMI-Idaho has several options for people who are searching for depression support groups in the Nampa area.

Also, the NAMI Treasure Valley Online Peer Support Group on Facebook is available for anyone struggling with depression.

St. Luke’s Medical Center provides support groups for anyone who is battling ADD/ADHD. Their focus is on both adults and children.

The Meetup group, ADHD of Treasure Valley can be a great online resource for adults with ADHD, or for their spouses.

Pass the Anxietea is a support group that can be found through the Meetups website. They provide both in-person meetings and virtual meetings.

Pass the Anxietea is a support group that can be found through the Meetups website. They provide both in-person meetings and virtual meetings.

There are several AA and NA meetings that take place in the Nampa area each week. Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are two organizations that have helped millions of people worldwide.

The Eating Disorder Referral & Information Center can be a great resource for related support groups.

There are also eating disorder support groups available through the SARMC Family Center. Their phone number is (208) 367-7380.

Our Mental Health Treatment Facility

Ashwood Recovery is located in Boise, Idaho. We are about a 25-minute drive from Nampa.

In addition to treating clients in person, we also offer online treatment options as well. We work with people who are struggling with any of several mental health conditions, such as:

  • Bipolar disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Mood disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Substance abuse
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Sleep disorders
  • Borderline personality disorder

Promise: Offering Mental Health Treatment in the Nampa Area

At Ashwood Recovery, our Promise program is designed to specifically meet the mental health needs of our clients. It is a partial hospitalization or day treatment program that is staffed by a team of professionals that include psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, therapists and peer support workers.

We use a varied curriculum to tailor our clients’ treatment plans. Depending on what their needs are, they may participate with any of the following:

  • Mental health education
  • Trauma therapy
  • Experiential activities
  • Process groups
  • Music therapy
  • Art therapy

Many of our clients come to us after having completed an inpatient mental health treatment program. Promise provides them with a way to slowly re-integrate themselves into their communities. We also offer crisis intervention services.

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Get Support Today – The Nampa Area Offers Many Options for Mental Health Support

At Ashwood Recovery, we know how unique our clients are, and we know they all have different needs. Our Promise program was created with those needs in mind, and it has allowed us to provide exceptional mental health services to people in Nampa, Idaho.

We are confident that we can provide the type of mental health support that so many people are lacking. Would you like to talk with someone about your options? Please contact us.

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