Announcements

December 1, 2019

Certified Youth Support Services (CYS)

We are pleased to announce that we now offer 

Certified Youth Support Services for all youth ages 8 - 18.

This brand new community support program reflects the values, philosophies, intentions, and connectivity as both Idaho's newly adopted YES (Youth Empowerment Services) Program as well as the Certified Peer Support (CPS) and Certified Family Support (CFS) services. Each of these three services offer a Non-Authoritative approach.

For additional information, click on the link below to be redirected to Optum's 'Frequently Asked Questions' page regarding YES programs. 

https://www.optumidaho.com/content/ops-optidaho/idaho/en/providers/yes-faqs.html 

Individuals in Certified Support Services work as peers, rather than authoritative mental health professionals. Here is what Idaho Health & Welfare describes Certified Peer Support Services as... 

 "Certified Peer Support Specialists (CPSSs) are critical in the Idaho mental health service system. These individuals have experienced a mental illness and recovery, and are well positioned to support others who are seeking recovery. Peers offer hope and encouragement by sharing their experiences and knowledge. They create opportunities for recovering individuals to live satisfying and meaningful lives. 

Certified Peer Support Specialists provide hope for individuals, families, and communities recovering from mental illness by offering: 

 - Connections to a community of peers 

 - Encouragement and understanding 

 - Information on accessing resources 

 - Support through recovery"

Found on Health & Welfare's website 

https://healthandwelfare.idaho.gov/Medical/MentalHealth/PeerSpecialistsFamilySupportPartners/tabid/2935/Default.asp

 A Certified Peer's responsibility is to relate and support, not instruct. Certified Peers have been evaluated for eligibility to become certified by providing his or her own experiences with persistent mental health challenges and, more importantly, must be able to demonstrate how he or she has overcome and/or learned to manage these mental health challenges. Please click here for more information about Certified Support Services that we proudly offer.

Don't hesitate to call or message us to learn more about the services we offer.

208.322.2928

November 1, 2019

Canyon County Services

We are extremely happy to be offering our Counseling Services in Canyon County.

Our Extension Office is conveniently located at:

 5216 Cleveland Blvd.

Caldwell, Idaho 83607 

(We're in the North-East corner of the Walmart parking lot). 

Our Canyon County Extension Office is graciously provided by (and located within) our Community Partners at Boulevard Chiropractic; just look for the Lion Head.

Boulevard Chiropractic provides us, and community members in Nampa/Caldwell area, this amazing opportunity, in an effort to continue helping us bring our mission, our values, our intentions, our integrity, and our services to the Treasure Valley.

 

For Scheduling Appointments

at either of our locations, please call

208.322.2928

 

You can also visit or reach us

with any of the following: 

Address: 9488 Fairview Ave. Boise, Idaho 83704

Website: www.pridementalhealth.com (Contact Page)

Email: pridementalhealth@gmail.com

Fax: 208.322.2983

 



October 23, 2019

Toys For Tots - 2019 Campaign

We are very pleased and excited to have been approved as a Toys For Tots Donation(s) drop-off Location to help the USMC serve the Treasure Valley for their 2019 campaign.

We will be providing and

accepting applications to receive donations:

Friday, November 1st, 2019, through Friday, November 29th, 2019. 

We will be accepting donatable items:

Friday, November 1st, 2019 through December 5th, 2019. 

We will be more than happy to help you sign up to receive donations, or help you provide your donatable items to families in need.

Just click this link or on the Toys For Tots image above for more information.