Recovery Oriented Services are made up of organizations dedicated to serving the community by providing support for those in the process of recovering from addictions, mental illnesses, and other setbacks.
The Center for HOPE is a non-profit Community Recovery Center in Idaho Falls providing free recovery support services to adults over the age of 18. It is a partnership between people in recovery, family members, allies and local organizations who respect the dignity and equality of all people and who are dedicated to promoting healthy communities.
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!
We support the recovery community by collaborating with local groups and organizations in the development and delivery of community driven recovery support services. We work on behalf of all those impacted by recovery through service, education, and advocacy to remove the stigma and discrimination surrounding addictions and mental illness.
Hope and Recovery Resource Center is an Idaho 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving people who are in recovery from alcohol/drug use and/or mental health disorders. Hope and Recovery’s mission is to promote healthy communities in a cooperative effort with those in recovery, family members, allies, local professionals and organizations. We believe the best way to treat those we seek to help is with dignity and respect.
Idaho’s Response to the Opioid Crisis (IROC) project will address the opioid epidemic which Idaho is currently facing using a multifaceted approach that seeks to expand access to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), reduce access to opioids through prevention efforts, enhance the recovery oriented system of care, and reduce deaths.
The Kootenai Recovery Community Center is a place where anyone who is struggling with substance abuse or mental health issues can walk in, free of judgment and seek community resources to help them achieve long-term recovery.
We operate using a peer based model and rely heavily on volunteers to run the center. We offer daily groups and classes geared toward establishing long-term recovery. We have computers for job searching and staying in touch with family.
The Latah Recovery Center (The Center) is a private, nonprofit organization serving people who are in recovery from alcohol and other drug use or mental health disorders. It is a partnership between people in recovery, family members, allies and local organizations who respect the dignity and equality of all people and who are dedicated to promoting healthy communities.
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.
Peer-Based Recovery Support Services are non-clinical services that focus on removing barriers and providing invaluable resources to those who are seeking to achieve and maintain long-term recovery. The support offered is not meant to replace treatment, Twelve-Step support or other Mutual Aid support groups. Rather, Peer-Based Recovery Support Services complement treatment and other Mutual Aid support groups and become an essential component of Recovery-oriented systems of care.
Recovery Idaho offers Peer-based recovery support services to help prevent relapse and sustain long-term recovery by building recovery capital, demonstrating hope, inviting all to participate, promoting volunteerism, and creating public awareness. We support the recovery community by collaborating with local groups and organizations in the development and delivery of community driven recovery support services. We work on behalf of all those impacted by recovery through service, education, and advocacy to remove the stigma and discrimination surrounding addictions and mental illness.
The purpose of Rising Sun Sober Living is to give individuals in recovery the opportunity to adjust to living, working, and attending AA meetings while living in a clean and sober environment surrounded by supportive people in recovery.
We empower sober-residents to take control of their lives by providing them with a prideful, safe, and healthy sober-living environment built on the values of peer-support, respect and accountability. We strive to supply avenues that foster spiritual and personal growth and to provide opportunities for volunteerism, recreation, hobbyists activities and professional and life-skill development.