Blaine County Mental Wellness Resources
Crisis can significantly impact one's mental health. Whether we already experience mental health challenges or not, increased stress, isolation, and uncertainty can challenge our ways of coping. We are fortunate to have so many mental health resources available to us in Blaine County.
Mental Health Agencies as well as many experienced mental health practitioners in our community are available to help individuals. We list organizations below, not individual practitioners, however, many of the resources listed below will be able to help refer you to individual, one-on-one counseling, if this is what you are seeking. This list will grow over time.
Reaching out for support, anytime, is a sign of strength. You are surrounded by so many willing to support you, your family, your friends, and your loved ones during this time.
St. Luke’s Center for Community Health partners with organizations and agencies in our community and supports the efforts of Blaine County Recovery. We serve the community through bilingual, comprehensive and coordinated health and wellness prevention services and can assist you in navigating through resources. If you need help deciding which resources are best for you, please call us at 208-727-8733.
Services in English and Spanish
1450 Aviation Drive, Suite 200, Hailey
Bilingual staff connects individuals to health care professionals including psychiatrists, physicians, licensed counselors, and to local social service agencies, emergency services, and other resources. Mental health services include:
Psychiatry and mental health counseling referrals, substance abuse counseling and resource referrals, community resources, and financial support
Health education talks, fitness and yoga programs, and events and screenings aimed at promoting general health and well-being
Financial assistance for counseling, prescription medication, and other urgent needs
St. Luke’s Mental Health Center
Aviation Drive, Suite 202, Hailey, 83333
Psychiatric and counseling services for adolescents and adults with varying diagnoses, such as mood disorders, anxiety disorder, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress, crisis intervention, addiction, etc.
Free, brief, mental health screenings
Most insurance plans accepted
Financial assistance available
St. Luke's Mental Health Center
As an organization that provides support for individuals experiencing mental distress, we understand that times such as these can be challenging, particularly when it comes to the development of feelings of anxiety or social isolation. NAMI-Wood River Valley (NAMI-WRV) has adopted and now offers daily and weekly support groups. NAMI’s support groups are unique because they follow a structured model to ensure you and others in the group have an opportunity to be heard and to get what you need. Here is a link to all of NAMI’s online support groups.
NAMI-WRV support groups are always offered free of charge, and ALL are welcome
You can read our statement on the difference between social distancing, and social isolation here. Please also take the time to read this article the Mt. Express asked us to write regarding how to take care of yourself during these uncertain times. We share the same thoughts on grounding techniques that we incorporate in our personal mental health practices, and also in our support groups.
Now is the time to lean in, support one another and certainly ask for help if we need it. Reach out, trust us, you’re not alone!
Offers Inner Resources with the intention of sustaining inner peace and compassion and inspiring a heartfelt engagement toward ourselves and others, Flourish Foundation is offering online programming for adults. All programs are listed on the Flourish Foundation Calendar.
They have also created a FREE digital care package, a heartmind booster for the community! The heartmind booster features a number of reflective practices designed to support children, teens and adults thrive. Click here to access this free resource.
The Advocates is providing all outreach client services remotely at this time and hope you will contact their office by phone at 208-788-4191.
In addition, the shelter and transitional housing units are fully operational. We can assure you that we are committed to helping you navigate this difficult time. Trained advocates are available to help 24/7, in English and Spanish, by contacting 208-788-4191.
Actualmente The Advocates está prestando servicios de forma remota; por favor contáctenos por teléfono. Estamos comprometidos a ayudarlo en estos tiempos difíciles. 208-788-4191
The Crisis Hotline is an Idaho Non-Profit where a person in any crisis can call to get help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Hotline provides confidential crisis intervention service, information, support and referrals in both English and Spanish.
Text or Call: 208-788-3956
En Espanol: 208-578-4114
The mission of the 5B Suicide Prevention Alliance is: In collaboration with others, build a resilient county through increasing awareness, understanding, and action around suicide prevention.
5B Suicide Prevention Alliance offers free presentations about “Know the 5 Signs” that you or someone may be struggling with a mental health challenge, how you can help, and Healthy Habits to keep your mind, body, and spirit healthy in times of crisis and everyday in general. Here is the link for the free online presentation.
The Sun Club (12 Step Meetings have moved on-line): https://www.thesunclub.org
Our mission is simply to provide individuals, organizations and local 12-Step groups with a drug and alcohol-free safe haven for group meetings, recovery assistance and group events. We provide a resource center, library, and educational events. The Sun Club Inc., established in 1988, is a non-profit organization maintaining fellowship halls in Ketchum and Hailey, Idaho. The Sun Club is not affiliated with any recovery group, organization or religion.
Group offerings include: Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Cocaine Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, Co-dependents Anonymous and Debtors Anonymous. We also provide space for relapse prevention classes, local D.U.I classes and several annual holiday and educational events.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and
hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from
alcoholism. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
* For more information about Alcoholics Anonymous please visit www.aa.org
* Please call our local 24hr helpline 208.721.0565.
* Download our free meeting app, to find a wide variety of meetings, accessible for in person or via
* Or email us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org