Behavioral Healthcare

Substance use is a widespread issue that impacts communities across the nation and unfortunately, Idaho is no exception. Our goal is to address this crisis by providing intervention and prevention education to health care professionals, first responders, community groups, and the general public. Our program has been working diligently with community partners to find solutions, bring awareness, and reduce the stigma surrounding addiction and opioid use.

We take mental and emotional health very seriously—especially when it comes to suicide. If you or someone you know is in despair, we’re here to help.

While suicide and non-fatal suicidal behavior are major public health problems across Idaho, they can be preventable. Panhandle Health District is dedicated to suicide prevention through our work with the Suicide Prevention Action Network (SPAN), Region 1 Behavioral Health Board and many other community partners. We also offer QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) training to groups within the Panhandle.