Skip to main content

Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health is the successful performance of mental function, resulting in productive activities, fulfilling relationships with other people, and providing the ability to adapt to change and cope with adversity.

Behavioral Health Crisis Center

Crisis Center logo

The Crisis Center of East Idaho is about meeting the needs of individuals in a behavioral health crisis with welcoming, hopeful, and recovery oriented values. Our mission is to create a welcoming and hopeful environment to empower people to reconnect to themselves, family, and others and assisting them on their path to reach their potential, whatever that may be.

Empower Idaho

Empower Idaho logo

We provide educational activities for consumers and their family members, professionals, and providers of behavioral health services. Examples may include webinars, parity training, consumer rights and responsibilities information, trauma informed care workshops, QPR, agency readiness training, education about recovery oriented practices and person centered care, and workshops on SAMHSA’s version of WRAP. Visit our consumer and provider activity pages to learn more!

Idaho Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health


A statewide, family-driven advocacy organization. We provide support and education services to families with behavioral, emotional, and mental health needs. We provide leadership in the field of children’s mental health by providing support, education, and advocacy to caregivers.

Idaho Regional Behavioral Health Boards

The introduction of standalone Regional Behavioral Health Boards is an important element in transformation of Idaho’s Behavioral Health System of Care. Regional Behavioral Health Boards may accept the responsibility to develop and provide community family support and recovery support services in their region.

NAMI Idaho

NAMI of Idaho logo

NAMI Idaho’s mission is to improve the quality of life for all those affected by mental illness through support, education, advocacy, and research.



Pathways Community Crisis Center of Southwest Idaho

Pathways logo

Southwest Idaho’s 24 hour Community Crisis Center. The Southwest Idaho Crisis Center will provide up to 23 hours 59 minutes of stabilization, behavioral health services and community linkage at no cost to men and women ages 18 and over. They welcome all individuals who are in need of a safe non-judgmental environment to gain support for their mental health and/or substance abuse challenges. Located at 7192 W Potomac Dr, Boise, ID 83704. Phone: 1-833-527-4747