• when life is difficult - we can help

    Behavioral Health and Addiction Services for Individuals and Families in Crisis

  • Sometimes we just need a little help

    Mental Health

    Family Resource Center emphasizes a collaborative, respectful approach to treatment.

    Our goal is to help resolve personal or family challenges allowing our clients to gain more satisfying and productive lives.

    Sometimes we may need a little more

    Our treatment philosophy is centered upon the concept of addiction as both a personal and a family disease. This disease manifests itself in individual family members and places their loved ones “at-risk’ for developing behaviors that undermine their own health and sense of well-being.

  • a bit about us

    Helping to heal families for over two decades

    Behavioral Health - Addiction Recovery - Life Coaching

    Family Resource Center is a faith-based, family focused clinic.
    We have been serving the growing needs of South Eastern Idaho for over 20 years.
    Our team of qualified professionals have a wide range of cultural and professional experiences.
    Family Resource Center serves a diverse group of people in our multicultural community.

  • Available Services

    Changing the world one person at a time

    Addictions

    Drug / Alcohol, Pornography / Sex, Technology / Social media

     

    We believe that the successful treatment of addiction requires specialized and individualized treatment of the entire person on a physical, emotional, behavioral, family, social and spiritual basis. Successful treatment must include therapy for the family and significant others.

     

    Group Sessions

    You are not alone, learn and recover through group treatment options. Help yourself and others as you find success through your recovery and the recovery of others

    Counseling

     Children / Families / Adults

    Depression / Stress & Fear/Anxiety 

    Mental & Emotional Health

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    Parenting & Relationship issues Unresolved Family Issues

    Suicidal Impulses

    Anger Management

    Self Esteem

    Bi-Polar Disorder

    ADD/ADHD

    LGBT Issues

    Effects of Abuse

    Eating Disorders

    Grief / Loss

    Work Conflicts

    Addiction

    Issues Associated with Aging

    and more!

    Case Management

    Through collaboration with healthcare service providers, our service guides link patients with appropriate care providers and resources throughout the continuum of health and human services right here in our community.

     

    We offer a cooperative effort between an individual, their family, their healthcare providers, potential third party payers, and a professional healthcare service guide.

     

    We provide patients with planning, health assessment, coordination of care, and advocacy to meet all of their healthcare needs.

    Family Support

    This service is provided by a state trained and certified provider who has lived the experience of raising a child with mental illness, navigating multiple child-serving services, and assisting the child in developing the resiliency needed for recovery. All family members are affected when someone in the household is living with a healthcare concern. This is especially true for the parents / guardians raising a child living with behavioral health challenges.

    Peer Support

    This service is provided by a state trained and certified provider who has experienced and overcome behavioral health issues, navigating services, and learned to overcome and develop the skills needed for recovery. All family members are affected when someone in the household is living with a healthcare concern. This is especially true for the parents / guardians raising a child living with behavioral health challenges.

    Rehabilitation Services (CBRS)

    Learn skills to manage difficulties and make positive life changes.

    If a person has a serious emotional disturbance (SED), every step toward adulthood and beyond can be an uphill climb.

    For families or single parents, the climb can seem overwhelming. So it's not unusual for parents of children with SED to feel alone, helpless, and uncertain about which way to turn.

    Our programs provides services and support that increase the capacity for children and adults with an SED to live, work, learn, and regain happiness.

  • Learn More

    Family Resource Centers of America Learning Center

    Depression

    Symptoms of Depression in Children

    As adults it's our responsibility to give kids a safe space to talk.

    Depression

    Adult / Teen

    How adult depression is different from teen depression

    Depression

    Adults

    Know the common symptoms of depression and which treatment strategies to consider..

    Depression

    Older Adults

    Suzanna Waters Castillo of the University of Wisconsin-Madison explains that geriatric depression is a treatable medical condition--one that is sometimes overlooked.

    Depression

    Symptoms of Depression in Older Adults

    This short video explores the symptoms of depression in older people. The video also shows how to cope if you are a friend or family member of an elderly person suffering from depression

    Bi-Polar Depression

    In-Depth Overview of Bi-Polar Disorder

    A broad overview of bipolar depression in adults, with respect to diagnostic challenges and current treatment strategies for this condition.

    Bi-Polar Depression

    Inside my Bi-Polar Mind

    It is my greatest hope that in sharing my journey with bipolar disorder, I can offer insight into a 'world' that affects millions but is often misrepresented, misunderstood, feared or hidden. Every story has two sides, this is 'The Other Side of Me'.

    Bi-Polar Depression

    Why people with Bi-Polar stop taking their Meds

    Those of us who have Bipolar Disorder often experience a “love hate” relationship with our medications. Finding the right combination can be a life-changing or even life-saving experience for many of us, but not all of us

    Bi-Polar Depression

    Bi-Polar from a teens perspective

    Emma wants to inspire empathy among her peers. In this talk, she shares what teens should know about the latest research on Bipolar Disorder to help erase the negative stereotypes in our current culture.

    Bi-Polar VS Borderline

    How to tell the difference

    Bipolar disorder vs borderline personality disorder. They are very similar but very different.

    Borderline Personality Disorder

    How to spot the traits of borderline personality disorder

    MedCircle sat down with Dr. Ramani Durvasula to discuss how to spot the 9 traits of a highly misunderstood mental health condition, borderline personality disorder.

    Narcissism

    How to spot the traits of narcissism

    Leading psychologist and author of "Should I Stay or Should I Go: Surviving a Relationship With a Narcissist" Dr. Ramani Durvasula walks us through the 4 types of narcissism that you need to know.

    Childhood Trauma

    How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime

    Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues has real, tangible effects on the development of the brain.

  • Contact Us

    Learn more about our services or inquire about a job right here!

    2647 East 14 North
    Idaho Falls, ID 83401
    Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm
    (208) 552-1222