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Idaho Department of Health and Welfare: Pregnant Women and Women with Dependent Children (PWWC)

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare: Pregnant Women and Women with Dependent Children (PWWC)

Union Gospel Mission (UGM) Center for Women and Children

Long-term, residential recovery center for women with children

Chrysalis Women’s Transitional Living

Provides a safe, loving Christian environment for women coming out of incarceration, addiction, and abuse.

City Light Home for Women & Children

This shelter for women and children offers a safe haven of hope and love, providing emergency services such as meals, shelter and clothing, as well as education, work-search assistance, mental health counseling, addiction recovery through the New Life Program, and children’s programs.

New Life Program

This 12- to 24-month addiction program provides discipleship, accountability and a Bible-based curriculum designed to provide freedom from the enslavement of substance abuse

Center for Behavioral Health

A group of outpatient treatment programs that provide services for alcohol related problems with a focus on treating opiate addiction. Also offers one-on-one counseling, as well as family and group counseling. In addition to counseling their services include case management, medication monitoring and referral and discharge planning.

Community Services Counseling

Drug/Alcohol/Substance Abuse Evaluations; Matrix Methamphetamine/Cocaine Prescription Drugs; Alcohol/Cocaine Treatment; Marijuana Treatment; Relapse Prevention; Alcohol/Drug Education; Mental Health Support Groups

Walker Center

Offers a complete continuum of care — from medically-monitored detoxification and residential treatment for adults only to individual counseling and outpatient treatment for adolescents and adults.

Idaho Falls Rescue Mission (IFRM): Ruth House

Provides permanent and transitional housing services to adult females 18 years of age and older and women with children. Provides a safe and sober environment for women who need to get re-established in the community.

Southern Idaho Region Narcotics Anonymous

A nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. They are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean

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