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Suicide Prevention, Emotional, and Mental Health Support

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. These resource guides can be a good place to start.


Resources in Blaine County and the Wood River Valley

This resource guide offers information about local supportive resources in the communities in and around Blaine County, Idaho. If you would like assistance understanding these resources, the St. Luke’s Center for Community Health can help. Please call (208) 727-8733.

Resources in the Treasure Valley

This resource guide lists many supportive resources available in the Treasure Valley. If you would like assistance understanding these resources, the St. Luke’s community health department can help. Please call (208) 381-4518.

Resources in Adams and Valley Counties

This resource guide lists many supportive resources available in Adams and Valley Counties. If you would like assistance understanding these resources, the St. Luke’s community health department can help. Please call (208) 630-2419.

24-Hour Mental Health Hotlines

If you or someone you know needs emergency mental health services, please call 911.

  • Crisis Hotline

    • Crisis Hotline has empathetic listeners and can provide resources and referrals to educational programs. It's anonymous and confidential.

      Call any time, for any crisis. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

      (208) 459-0092 (Adams, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, Washington counties)
      (208) 334-0808 (Ada, Boise, Elmore, Valley counties)
      (208) 788-3596 (Blaine county and the surrounding areas)

  • Idaho Crisis and Suicide Hotline

    • Idaho Crisis and Suicide Hotline is free, confidential, and always available. Help a loved one, a friend, or yourself. Links callers to regional community crisis centers as well as to veteran resources.

      (208) 398-HELP (4357)