SPAN Idaho is the leading organization in Idaho dedicated to all aspects of suicide prevention including survivor of loss support. You can find suicide prevention resources covering a range of topics from warning signs, risk factors, youth suicide, school support, media guidelines and support group information within our directory.
Children's Home Society of Idaho provides mental, emotional, and behavioral health care services to more than 100 children and family members each day. Through counseling and therapy our goal is to help our clients develop coping skills, attitudes and positive experiences necessary to succeed in educational settings and lead happy, healthy, and productive lives. As one of the most experienced outpatient providers of behavioral health services, Warm Springs Counseling Center (WSCC) serves thousands of children and families every year. WSCC is set apart from other counseling and assessment programs as we never turn away due to inability to pay.
The Idaho Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health is a statewide, family-driven advocacy organization, providing support and education services to families with behavioral, emotional, and mental health needs.
The Idaho Lives Project’s (ILP) mission is to foster resilience and connectedness throughout Idaho school communities to prevent youth suicide. ILP is a joint project of the State Department of Education (SDE) and the Suicide Prevention Action Network of Idaho (SPAN Idaho). The Project is federally funded by the State and Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention Grant awarded through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Education is a key component of putting mental illness on the forefront and eliminating stigma. With the aid of donations, sponsors and fundraisers, LiveWilder seeks to fill the gaps in Idaho infrastructure for the treatment of mental illness for youth. This will be done through changes in hospital procedures, establishing statewide protocols in schools, and educating the general public on mental illness and suicide prevention.