Kootenai Recovery Community Center
The Kootenai Recovery Community Center is a place where anyone who is struggling with substance abuse or mental health issues can walk in, free of judgment and seek community resources to help them achieve long-term recovery. We operate using a peer based model and rely heavily on volunteers to run the center. We offer daily groups and classes geared toward establishing long-term recovery. We have computers for job searching and staying in touch with family. This is also a place to give back. Not only is it a place to volunteer but it is also a place to get together and build relationships with each other and our community through community service projects, events and other projects that will help to change the face of recovery in our community.
NAMI Coeur d’Alene
NAMI offers a monthly educational meeting with talks on many subjects relevant to mental illness and also things that effect us in the community. They also educate in the community with In Our Own Voice presentations, speeches given by people in various stages of recovery which helps to end stigma and educate on what real mental illness looks like.
NAMI Far North
NAMI Far North was organized to serve those impacted by mental Issues in Bonner and Boundary Counties of Idaho – the northernmost counties in the state. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for persons living with disruptive mental experiences and for their families and friends.
Northern Idaho Crisis Center
The Northern Idaho Crisis Center is a non-profit community organization, created to help people who are having a mental health crisis or a drug or alcohol problem. The Crisis Center is a joint project between Panhandle Health District, Kootenai Health and Heritage Health. Staff members care for those that come to the center and help facilitate outside resources before each person leaves. The center is free, safe, private, and voluntary.
- Care is provided at no cost to men and women ages 18+
- Open 24/7/365
- You can stay at the center up to 24 hours, but most people get the help they need in less time.
- Staff are kind, caring and ready to help.
- You do not need a referral.
- You can come on your own, with a friend or a family member.
Region 1 Behavioral Health Board
The Mission of the Region 1 Behavioral Health Board is to advocate, educate, and ensure accessible care for those in need of Mental Health and Substance Abuse services, by developing and sustaining a network that promotes prevention and ready access to a full range of services.