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South Central Behavioral Health Board

Idaho Code 39-3132 establishes a Behavioral Health Board (BHB) in each Department of Health and Welfare region. While Idaho formerly utilized Mental Health Boards and Regional Advisory Committees on Substance Abuse in an advisory capacity in each region, the introduction of stand-alone Regional Behavioral Health Boards is an important element in the transformation of Idaho’s Behavioral Health System of Care.

 

 

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Coming Soon: Updated Resource Manual

Twin Falls Public Transportation

Play "The Transit Game" to give your input on the future of public transportation in Twin Falls.  The game can be accessed by emailing ROSS@GRIDWORKS.US.

 

Behavioral Health Quick Care

The contract for the region’s Behavioral Health Quick Care will go to ProActive Behavioral Health.

 

Respite Care

View the Idaho Behavioral Health Respite Care Standard and the visual representation of the Respite Program Components.

 

Planning Council Seeks Input

The Idaho Behavioral Health Planning Council (BHPC) is seeking information about Idaho's behavioral health initiatives. The survey may be completed online or downloaded.

  1. Mail hard copies to:
    Terry Pappin or Anne Bloxham
    Division of Behavioral Health
    POB 83720/3rd
    Boise, ID 83720

  2. Send photo/electronic copies to:
    Anne Bloxham: BloxhamA@dhw.idaho.gov or to
    Terry Pappin: PappinT@dhw.idaho.gov

  3. Fax hard copies to:
    (208) 332-7305, Attention Terry or Anne

 

Regional Behavioral Health Board Application Available for Review
South Central Behavioral Health Board's application to the Idaho State Behavioral Health Planning Council is available for review.

 

Review the application.

 

Design of the Idaho Behavioral Health Plan
The Legislature and the Department of Health and Welfare have successfully addressed concerns about the overreliance on psychosocial rehabilitation. The department now needs to make significant improvements to mental health program planning before taking its next steps.

 

View the report.

 



Behavioral Health Quick Care to Become a Reality in South Central Idaho