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Adult & Child Development Center
151 N 3rd Ave Suite 110
Pocatello, ID
(208) 232-5655
The Adult and Child Development Center in Pocatello, ID provides treatment programs to individuals challenged by mental illness. We operate as a day care center for people afflicted with various developmental disabilities. We are on a mission to care for these individuals and make a difference in their lives. The Adult and Child Development Center is focused on progress and rehabilitation. Four methods of therapy are practiced and incorporated into our day care service. Most families can’t watch their loved ones all the time and seek professional solutions. Our program is unique because it combines daily living assistance and counseling. We believe that certain disabilities can improve with appropriate therapy and intervention practices. Our youth often make substantial progress to live on his or her own as an adult.

The Adult Child Development Center offers permanent solutions to patients who need a stable daily routine. While our environment integrates proven clinical techniques it also acts as a healthy and loving home away from home.
Aid For Friends
653 S 4th Ave
Pocatello, ID
(208) 232-5669
Administrative Office is located at
210 E. Center Suite A
Pocatello, Idaho 83201

Aid For Friends was founded in 1984 following the tragic deaths of two homeless men who died of exposure during the harsh Pocatello winter. Our community responded by forming a grassroots volunteer organization which found housing for area homeless primarily in basements and churches. Later that year, Bannock County donated a small house which became the first homeless shelter in our area. In 1988, Bannock County provided the facility at 653 S. 4th Avenue, which has continued to serve as the Emergency Shelter for this community.

Today, our agency has developed into a multifaceted resource center providing services and opportunities to overcome or prevent homelessness in Southeast Idaho. In addition to our Emergency Shelter, we also provide our clients with case management services to support self-sufficiency, a transitional housing program, and a host of other community services.

At Aid For Friends, our goal is not only to assist those in need with immediate shelter and services, but also to offer personal and professional attention. We strive to offer hope to individuals and families experiencing or facing homelessness.
Behavioral Treatment Center
210 E Center St Suite B
Pocatello, ID
(208) 234-2600
BTC has been helping members of our community with mental health needs for over a decade in southeastern Idaho. Our clients trust us for our compassion, integrity, and expertise in mental health. We are based on Biblical principles and are dedicated to your satisfaction. We hope you find the website helpful and please let us know if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions that are not answered here. Use our “contact us” form or give us a call at 208-234-2600.

Our Mission:
Behavioral Treatment Center is dedicated to helping individuals and families. We strive to empower our clients with skills needed to meet a person’s full potential in order to attain happy, healthy and productive lives.

Our Philosophy:
We believe that people have the desire and the ability to make changes in their lives.
We believe that healthy individuals are the most important element of our society.
We believe that people are the EXPERTS in their own lives.

Hope and Recovery Resource Center
210 E Center St
Pocatello, ID
(207) 417-1749
Hope and Recovery Resource Center is an Idaho 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving people who are in recovery from alcohol/drug use and/or mental health disorders. Hope and Recovery’s mission is to promote healthy communities in a cooperative effort with those in recovery, family members, allies, local professionals and organizations. We believe the best way to treat those we seek to help is with dignity and respect.
Road to Recovery
343 E Bonneville St
Pocatello, ID
(208) 233-9135
Road to Recovery is a nonprofit company that began its outstanding performance in 1977 in Blackfoot, Idaho as a response to citizen concerns with public intoxication. A licensed, non-medical detoxification program for residents of Bingham County was opened. Shortly thereafter, the Board and staff saw the need to provide long-term residential treatment services to those individual’s suffering from years of alcohol abuse and a twenty-eight day treatment program was established.

For almost four decades, Road to Recovery has been delivering professional, high quality chemical dependency treatment and prevention services. In that time, Road to Recovery has developed a strong reputation within the treatment community, among consumers of service, and with state and federal agencies. All services have been provided using criteria from the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) for diagnosis, assessment, placement and treatment.

Road to Recovery is expanding services to include mental health concerns that often accompany substance abuse. Recovery is: “A process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.” (SAMHSA) Road to Recovery is continually evolving to meet the needs of the individuals we serve.
Southeast Idaho Council of Governments
214 E Center St
Pocatello, ID
(208) 233-4032
Area Agency on Aging
Area-wide entry point to the aging network, dedicated to helping older adults maintain dignity, health, and independent living in their own homes for as long as possible.

Community-Centric Economic Development
Offering cost-effective solutions to area-wide needs: community planning, program management and business assistance. Serving as a coordinating link between the city, county, state, federal, and other area-wide agencies.

Revolving Loan Program
Funds are available to loan in conjunction with bank financing to for-profit small businesses in the seven counties for the purpose of creating and retaining jobs, and to help business and industry in activities that promote economic health.

Transitions, Life Coaching and Resource Center
326 E Center St
Pocatello, ID
(208) 220-3113
Our Mission is to transform lives by giving people back their dignity.

Our purpose is to fill spiritual, emotional and material needs through the unconditional love of Jesus Christ. The Ministry is here to give hope to victims of abuse and their family.
Working Solutions
340 S 4th Ave
Pocatello, ID
(208) 234-9675
Easter Seals – Goodwill Working Solutions
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