If you or a loved one are struggling and need mental, emotional, or behavioral health support, please reach out to one of the community resources below. This is not a comprehensive list of programs or services, but rather a list of trusted partners in our service area who can connect you with the right help. If you are experiencing an emergency and need help immediately, please call 911.
You can find information on the intersection of disability and mental illness at the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Idaho Crisis and Suicide Hotline
Call or Text 988
Idaho Crisis and Suicide Hotline provides 24/7 free and confidential suicide and behavioral health crisis intervention. We are committed to ensuring that those we serve are heard and empowered with options to stay safe while supporting their emotional well-being.
Crisis Center of South Central Idaho
Call (866) 737-1128 or (208) 772-7825
Crisis Center of South Central Idaho is an organization located in Twin Falls. We provide an emergency substance abuse and mental health services for adults 18 and older. All services are provided without charges to patients in need. Referrals and connections are made to appropriate community resources. You may remain at the facility for up to 23 hours and 59 minutes but most people find they get the help they need in less time.
Wood River Valley
NAMI – Wood River Valley
Call (208) 788-3596 or En Español (208) 578-4114 (crisis lines)
Our mission is to support the mental health of our community members through education, support, and advocacy.
NAMI – Treasure Valley
Call and Leave Message to Request Phone Call (208) 801-1609 (not a crisis line)
NAMI Treasure Valley is dedicated to building a better future for our neighbors, friends, and family affected by mental and mood disorders. We advocate for effective prevention, diagnosis, treatment, support, research, and recovery that improves the quality of life of everyone who is affected by mental illness. We envision a world where all persons affected by mental illness experience resiliency, recovery, and wellness. We also envision a world where mental illness is treated the same as a physical ailment by ending the stigmas associated with the various diagnoses of mental and mood disorders. We advocate to improve the conditions for and on behalf of those affected by mental illness.
Pathways Community Crisis Center of Southwest Idaho
Call (208) 489-8311
Pathways Community Crisis Center of Southwest Idaho (PCCCSI) is a non-profit community organization, created to help people who are having a mental health crisis or a drug or alcohol problem. The center is free, safe, private, and voluntary. If you are experiencing a behavioral health crisis, please visit us at 7192 Potomac Drive in Boise.
Western Idaho Community Crisis Hotline
Call (208) 402-1044
The Western Idaho Community Crisis Center supports those experiencing mental health and/or substance use crises by providing immediate, compassionate care; resources to promote recovery; and first steps to stability. WICCH serves Adams, Canyon, Gem, Payette Owyhee, and Washington Counties.