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St. Luke's Center for Community Health: Hailey

We are proud to support the Wood River community. As your partner in health, we offer access to health and wellness classes, programs, and screenings. We also assist with health care provider referrals and connections to local and regional social services.

  • Information and referral: connecting people to local health and mental health care providers, social services, government agencies, emergency services and nonprofit organizations. 
  • Health and wellness promotion: health education talks, fitness programs, and events and screenings aimed at promoting health and preventing illness.
  • Mental health services: psychiatry and mental health counseling, screenings, substance abuse and counseling referrals, community resources and financial support.
  • Emergency services: access to resources such as food, clothing and limited funds for health-related urgent needs. Referrals to appropriate organizations and services.
  • Support groups: referrals to available community support groups, networking and information.
  • Parenting and family education: childbirth education, breastfeeding support, car seat safety checks, and referrals to community youth and parenting programs.
  • Community health partnerships: partnerships with a multitude of local and regional organizations.

We invite you to call or visit us to see what programs or resources might be available to you or your family to navigate your health needs. Financial assistance is available for all programs.

  • Location & Contact Info

    1450 Aviation Drive
    Suite 200
    Hailey, ID 83333
    (208) 727-8733
  • Office Hours

    Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Tue: 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Recursos en Español

Healthy Living, Parenting and Youth, Childbirth Education

  • Diabetes Self-Management: Hailey

    Health Management Classes
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    Covered by most insurance plans, Registration Required

    Learn how to manage your diabetes to prevent complications and improve your quality of life.

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    Free, Registration Required

    Half-hour tours of the labor and delivery suites.

  • Tobacco Cessation: Hailey

    Health Management Classes
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    Free, Registration Required

    Get the tools and support you need to quit tobacco.

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    Next Date & Time
    Saturday, Nov 06, 2021 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
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    $350.00, Registration Required

    Health care providers and community members will learn basic healing touch techniques.

Additional Services

  • Cancer Support and Information

    If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer, are currently in treatment or are in remission, we may be able to connect you to resources available in and around our community.

  • Healing Touch

    This relaxing, nurturing energy therapy promotes health and well-being. Our certified Healing Touch practitioner offers appointments at St. Luke's Rehabilitation in Ketchum.

    Call (208) 727-8417 to schedule an appointment.

  • Mental Health Support and Referrals

    We can provide referrals to counseling and other community resources that support mental and emotional health. We also help you understand financial considerations and available funding sources.

  • Medical Nutrition Therapy Counseling

    Appointments with a dietitian are available to community members of all ages for a variety of nutrition needs, including disease management, as well as prevention and wellness. 

    For more information, call St. Luke’s clinical nutrition team at (208) 727-8356.

Mental Health Support - Get Help Booklet

A List of Local Resources

Like many illnesses, prevention and early intervention can reduce the impact of mental health conditions. Symptoms of mental illness can often be painful and bewildering. But there is hope. And there is help. This resource guide can be a good place to start.

Support Community Health Programs

A gift of any size makes a difference.

Contact the St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation at (208) 727-8416.