Peer Support is a service that supports clients through sharing experiential knowledge and skills to aid clients in their recovery.
Peer Support Services
As defined by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and Optum Idaho, Peer Support Services is an individualized community-based service for adults age 18+ who have a mental illness.
Peer Support Services focus on providing structured, scheduled activities that promote recovery, self-determination, self-advocacy, and enhancement of community living skills.
Our Peer Support Team
Jim Grigg, M.S., LCPC, LMFT – CEO/Clinical Director
Alicia Su, MSW, LCSW – Director of Community Based Services
Melanie Dossett - BA, CPSS
Peer Support is a service offered through Idaho Medicaid. Authorization from Optum is required prior to services being able to be offered. Contact us today to schedule an intake appointment.
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