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Integrated Behavioral Health Program

We are dedicated to helping service members, veterans, and their families by assessing for immediate behavioral health needs and offering therapeutic support, education, and case management services. We offer referrals to state, federal, and community programs for clinical and non-clinical needs.

Our licensed clinicians are a part of a federally funded program homed within Service Member & Family Support at Building 270 on Gowen Field.  The program aims to meet the behavioral health counseling and community connection needs of service members, veterans, and retirees throughout Idaho.

Eligibility for the program extends to any individual who has ever served their country, as well as their immediate family.  This includes currently serving members of any branch, veterans, as well as retirees.  The services are free and confidential and include individual, family, and group counseling sessions, as well as referrals to help families connect within their communities.

Our team works with children, teens, and adults of all ages regarding any counseling issues.  With this broad scope we aim to work with more families to provide care when it’s needed.  To hear more about the Integrated Behavioral Health Program or to schedule an appointment with a clinician or case manager, please see the contact information below.

If you or someone you know is in Crisis, either call 911 if it is an emergency or call our 24/7 Crisis Line: 272-TALK (8255)


To set up an appointment with a licensed counselor or learn more about our Behavioral Health Resources, get in touch with our Case Manager today!

Gordon Meade, Case Manager (Federal Contractor) 
W: 208-272-8802
C: 208-918-0346
gordon.p.meade.ctr@army.mil


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