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.
The Educational Talent Search (ETS) program is designed to assist economically and educationally disadvantaged students. This program supports secondary students through graduation and assists them in enrolling at post-secondary institutions. Typical students are limited income, first generation and college bound, and are in need of assistance to expand their educational opportunities.
Boise State Universitys ETS program supports 1500 students (8th through 12th grade) at numerous schools in Ada, Canyon, and Owyhee counties.
ETS educational specialists provide services to students individually and in small groups on a weekly basis. Students receive information to help them become successful in school, graduate and enroll in post-secondary education. Instruction and information include effective study habits, goal setting, enrolling in college-bound classes, career information and interest testing, college admissions, and navigating the financial aid and scholarship process.
Additionally, ETS students are given the opportunity to attend college and career fairs, career workshops, local college tours and participate in the TRIO National Days of Service and the Hispanic Youth Symposium. Juniors and seniors have the opportunity to visit out-of-state colleges and universities as well.
Borah High School
Caldwell High School
Canyon Springs High School
Capital High School
Columbia High School
Frank Church Alternative High School
Homedale High School
Horseshoe Bend High School
Idaho City High School
Initial Point High School
Kuna High School
Melba Middle/High School
Nampa High School
Parma Middle School
Parma High School
Ridgevue High School
Skyview High School
South Junior High School
Vallivue High School
Wilder Middle School
Wilder High School
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.
i2i: iDFY provides affordable, onsite prevention programs for Idaho schools. Through an interactive three hour program, facilitators will lead students through a variety of activities and discussions that are designed to draw diverse students together, create conversation, and help students see eye to eye.
Empowering youth to lead happy and healthy lives.
iDFY was founded from the inspiration of a small group of Idaho teens who wanted to be supported and recognized for making good choices. We saw a need for a positive space where Idaho youth could belong, and choose a drug and alcohol free lifestyle. Our mission guides us to help teens discover their passions, embrace their individuality, and navigate through their teen years in the healthiest (also happiest) way possible.
The Idaho Afterschool Networks (IAN) mission is to ensure Idahos youth have access to high quality out-of-school (OST) programs.
The research on OST programs reveals that youth consistently enrolled in quality programs perform better academically, have better school attendance, adapt better socially, are more likely to graduate from high school and go-on to higher learning. Research also reveals that they are less likely to engage in unhealthy behaviors that may lead to crime, substance abuse or teen parenthood. New studies are showing too that OST programs are helping close the achievement gap of students across income levels. The IAN is the only program of its kind in Idaho, though all 50 states have launched similar programs.
The IAN does not directly offer out-of-school programs; the focus is to advocate and promote the benefits of out-of-school programming, help connect families and youth to a program and support providers with resources and training to enrich and expand their programming and services.
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.
JA of Idaho’s volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students in our community to dream big and reach their potential.
Peak Recovery’s mission is to give you the tools to go out in the world and create the best you that you can be.
We use all evidenced based treatment that studies show work. We offer a full range of resources, such as group therapy, individual sessions, specialty groups; MRT, CSC I & II, parenting, grief counseling, socialization groups, and CBI-SA. In addition, we also offer mental health counseling. Peak Recovery is a State certified Drug Testing facility. Peak Recovery is here to help with any mental health or substance abuse issues people may have.
Panhandle Health District provides over 40 different public health programs to families, individuals and organizations in northern Idaho. From food and drinking water safety to health education and disease control, public health services are critical to ensure our community is a safe and healthy place to live, work and play.
The PHD team is made up of nurses, nutritionists, environmental health specialists, health educators and many other dedicated professionals with a common goal to deliver vital public health services.