NAMI Treasure Valley Proudly Supports Other Resources:
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: Meets: Mondays 1:00 – 3:00 pm and Thursdays 7:30 – 8:30 pm. Place: Peer Wellness Center, 5371 W Franklin St in Boise
Meets: Mondays 2:30 – 3:30 pm. Place: Canyon Clinic Wellness, 524 Cleveland Blvd. Suite 140 in Caldwell
Meets: Thursdays 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Place: Hillcrest Library, 5246 W Overland Rd in Boise
Meets: Fridays 3:00 - 4:00 pm. Place: Meridian Library 1326 W Cherry Ln in Meridian
Treasure Valley Mental Health Support Group: Meets: Mondays 7:00 - 8:00 P.M. Place: Wright Congregational Church, 4821 W Franklin Rd in Boise. This group also offers social activities on a weekly basis. Contacts: Sarah (541) 350-8404 Michelle (208) 284-4424, Will (208) 841-7427
Office of Consumer and Family Affairs: This is a vital, central source for information and support for Idaho’s consumers of behavioral health services and their families. The OCAFA provides a link to a variety of community resources to assist consumers and families in locating services, support groups, and educational opportunities that bolster the recovery journey. Phone:(208) 336-0880
The Phoenix - Boise The Phoenix is an active sober living community that hosts daily, FREE classes and events where the only requirement to attend is at least 48 hours of continuous sobriety. Location: 511 S Americana Blvd in Boise Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:208-807-4573
Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline provides free crisis intervention, emotional support, and resource referrals to all Idahoans. Text or Call: 1-208-398-4357
Live Better Idaho A free informational resource with links to resources for finances, healthcare, food/nutrition, veterans, child care, family services and work/education. The website asks for your age, household members' ages, gross monthly income -- no name, phone or email required.
Youth Empowerment Services (YES) YES is an ongoing collaborative effort to implement a new system of care for Idaho’s children and youth with serious emotional disturbance (SED). Please click here to read YES's brochure, here for enrollment information and hereto access the YES website.