The purpose of Canyon County Community Clinic is to help improve quality of life for those who are economically disadvantaged and without health insurance in Canyon County, Idaho by providing quality medical care at no cost to the patient.
Those involved with the Canyon Clinic believe that high-quality health care is the right of all individuals, families, and communities, and that such care must be provided regardless of socioeconomic status. Financial eligibility is based on household size and must be at less than twice the federal poverty guidelines.
Peer-based recovery support services help prevent relapse and sustain long-term recovery by building recovery capital, demonstrating hope, inviting all to participate, promoting volunteerism, and creating public awareness.
The Latah Recovery Center is a peer run community center for people in recovery from addiction and mental health issues. We offer support of recovery in five ways. 1. Resource room 2. Life skills groups and classes 3. Recovery coaching 4. Telephone recovery 5. Volunteering
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.
WHO WE ARE
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.
Originally beginning as a subcommittee of the Region VII Behavioral Health Board in 2015 and now a non-profit (501c3) with a Board of Directors comprised of 50% of people in recovery, The Center for HOPE opened in July 2016 with a generous grant from the Idaho Association of Counties.