Counseling/Social and Emotional Learning
Community Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention (CCSAP) is committed to promoting and advocating a drug-free lifestyle and environment in and around Bonner County. As a coalition we unite local organizations, businesses, agencies and individuals for the achievement of a common goal. Our efforts result in an improved quality of life in our community and across North Idaho.
*See website for coalition partners by region.*
Advocates Against Family Violence works to eliminate domestic violence in families and homes by empowering individuals to make positive life choices through advocacy, support, education, affordable housing, awareness and community involvement.
Services available: list of local resources, domestic violence hotline, local Adult education classes, local Teen education classes, a Teen Outreach Program presented at local area schools and community agencies serving teens throughout the entire state of Idaho, local daycare services.
Community Partnerships of Idaho is a multi-service agency providing supports for children and adults of all ages with developmental disabilities and mental illness.
Whether finding a job, building relationships, accessing the community, or learning to become more independent, we are dedicated to helping our participants be successful and achieve their goals.
TOOLBOX is a Kindergarten through 6th grade program (being used in pre K-8) that supports children in understanding and managing their own emotional, social, and academic success. The foundation of TOOLBOX is 12 human capacities that reside within all of us. Through its simple and profound metaphor of Tools, TOOLBOX brings forward a set of skills and practices that help students access their own inner resilience at any time, in any context.
Dovetail Learning, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to giving children, teachers, parents, and their communities a common language and necessary skills to form a cohesive, collaborative, non-violent, and caring community, which leads to hope for a meaningful, positive, and lasting future.
Programs offered: (Cour d’ Alene, Post Falls, Rathrum, Kellogg, St. Maries)
Street Medicine and Community Outreach – The Street Medicine & Community Outreach Program provides our neighbors in need with the necessary medical, dental and mental health services available at Heritage Health. Additionally, outreach specialists word to connect individuals and families to available community resources. Services are client oriented, culturally sensitive, and provided with respect to each individual and family.
School Based Health Center – The School Based Health Center (SBHC) is a collaboration between the Lakeland and Post Falls School Districts and Heritage Health. The SBHC is a mobile health center that visits various locations around the school district on a rotating schedule and welcomes students of all ages as well as all community members. This is Idahos first School Based Health Center, and a tremendous opportunity for students, their families and relatives to access quality healthcare close to home.
For Sight, For Sound, For Health
Idaho Lions Eye Bank
The Idaho Lions Eye Bank obtains, medically evaluates and distributes corneal eye tissue from humanitarian individuals who donate their eyes upon death.
Vision Clinic & Healthcare Assistance
These programs are aimed at alleviating suffering in Idaho and Eastern Oregon by providing sight and hearing services for financially disadvantaged people.
Lions Clubs empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs. Contact a club near you to get involved!
Idaho Eastern Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation
The Foundation is a humanitarian service organization dedicated to impacting sight, hearing and health.
The Idaho Youth Treatment Program (IYTP) is an evidence-based substance use disorder (SUD) or SUD/co-occurring disorders treatment project based upon the Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA) for treatment.
The Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA) to alcohol and substance use disorder treatment is a behavioral intervention that seeks to replace environmental contingencies that have supported alcohol or drug use with pro-social activities and behaviors that support recovery. This outpatient program targets youth 12 to 25 years old with cannabis, alcohol, and/or other substance use disorders. A-CRA includes guidelines for three types of session
The IYTP is offering schools and school districts in Idaho a unique opportunity to have select staff to be trained in the A-CRA Model. Schools can avail themselves of the training and certification in A-CRA through a partnership with IYTP that provides schools with a staggered cost reimbursement to allow for the costs associated with staff entering into the project.
Lifeways is the largest behavioral health care provider in the region with over 300 employees. Lifeways is licensed to serve in Idaho and is certified to provide mental health and addiction services by the State of Oregon.
Hosts “Mental Health First Aid,” an 8-hour training course for afterschool providers to recognize developing mental health problems or experiencing a mental health crisis. (See listing for Mental Health First Aid.)