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Resilience is a holistic concept. It isn’t a single skill to learn, a class to take, a PowerPoint to watch, but it is the result of a complex calculus of factors. It is the result of a person’s social connections, family support, trust in leadership, physical health, sense of purpose and meaning in life, goals to be achieved, emotional awareness and fitness, by which a person draws strength from in overcoming adversity.

Contact

Meet Our Staff Member
RESILIENCE, RISK REDUCTION, AND SUICIDE PREVENTION COORDINATOR:

Robert Smith

OFFICE: 208-272-2228

 

IMPORTANT NUMBERS AND CRISIS LINES:

National Crisis Lifeline (Call/ Text)
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Joint Operations Center (Complete Directory of IDNG Resources):
208-272-5755

Free and Confidential Counseling Services:
Case Manager: 208-996-9622
Lead Clinician: 208-972-0082

Chaplain Corps: 208-272-4311
Army: 208-272-6468
Air: 208-608-4825

Director of Psychological Health (DPH):
Army: 208-272-3786
Air: 208-422-5313

CRISIS CENTERS:

Pathways Community Crisis Center of SW Idaho
7192 Potomac Dr.
Boise, ID 83704
833-527-4747

Western Idaho Community Crisis Center
524 Cleveland Blvd., Suite 160
Caldwell, ID 83605
208-402-1044

Northern Idaho Crisis Center
2195 Ironwood Ct., Suite D
Coeur D’Alene, ID 83814
208-625-4884

Behavioral Health Crisis, Center of East Idaho
1650 N Holmes Ave.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
208-522-0727

South East Idaho Behavioral Crisis Center
1001 N 7th Ave N, Suite 160
Pocatello, ID 83201
208-909-5177

Crisis Center of South Central Idaho
570 Shoup Avenue W.
Twin Falls, ID 83301
208-722-7825

Rural Crisis Center Network- Lewiston, Orofino, Moscow
877-897-9027

 

 

 


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