Ada County Self Rescue Manual
A guide to all community resources and supports in Ada County
Human Supports of Idaho
Providing integrated services that support the recovery of people with psychiatric disabilities, and creating a collaborative environment that fosters hope, stability, and respect among persons served, employees, and our community. Qualified Graduate Counseling and Social Work Interns are available to provide Individual counseling for applicants who no not have Medicaid, Medicare, any other form of insurance, or ability to pay. Our Pro Bono Counselors cover a wide variety of specialties.
P.E.E.R Wellness Center
PEER stands for People Empowering Everybody in Recovery. PEER Wellness Center is a recovery community center that exists to advocate for and support individuals seeking to initiate or maintain Recovery from behavioral health and/or substance abuse issues. The center is a safe-place and a resource for skill-building, education, information, support and socialization for those in recovery and their loved ones. It is not a clubhouse, a drop-in center, or a crisis center – but it does contain elements of all three. It is a place where isolation becomes inclusion, problems find solutions, and strangers become friends. By its very existance, it makes real the belief that recovery from mental illness and substance abuse is possible.
Pathways Community Crisis Center
The crisis center provides assessment, intervention, and referral services to individuals 18 years and older who are experiencing a crisis related to mental health or substance-use disorders. The facility, at 7192 Potomac Drive, Boise, is centrally positioned and accessible by public transportation.
Region 4 Behavioral Health Board
The Mission of the Region 4 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.