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Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS)

This individualized program offers clients of all ages therapeutic education and skill building to gain increased independence and reduce problems related to mental illness at home, school, work, and community.

The intention of Community Based Services is on gaining and utilizing skills aimed at helping the individual improve their quality of life. “CBRS” is designed to teach clients the following skills:

Coping Skills

Problem Solving

Social Skills

Safety Planning

Basic Living Skills

Budgeting Skills

Symptom Management

Independent Living

Anger Management

Timeline for starting CBRS services – Following a recommendation for this service clients will need to attend a teaming planning meeting to identify treatment goals they would like to work on to help them improve their quality of life. Once the treatment plan has been completed you can expect services to start within one to two weeks once approved by your payer.

Case Management Services

Case Management is a program aimed at assisting clients of all ages in accessing community resources through linking and coordination services to meet their basic needs and increase stability in their lives. These services are provided in the home or community until the client is capable of accessing these resources independently. The intentions of this services is to establish self-sufficiency. “CM” is aimed to facilitate the client gain access to the following resources:

 Behavioral Health



Social services

Appointment Scheduling

Public Transportation

Food Banks

Apply or Maintain Social Security and/or Medicaid Benefits

Basic Living Needs

Timeline for starting CM services – Following a recommendation and acceptance of this service by the client an individualized treatment plan is developed. Once completed you can expect services to start immediately. Typically within less than one week following the Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment or Initial/Intake Appointment.

Outpatient Psychotherapy

Pathways of Idaho therapists offer individual, group, and family/ marital or couples’ therapies. We utilize therapeutic modalities such as, but not limited to, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Play Therapy, EMDR, and other trauma-informed practices.

The intention of the therapy program is to provide the best, evidence-based, therapeutic skills to those dealing with mental health issues and concerns. We provide education, aid in the exploration of variables impacting mental health, and offer support in identifying and using coping and communication skills. This is meant to increase awareness of self and symptom management, to promote healthier relationships, and to gain self-acceptance in order to live a healthier lifestyle.

The therapy program is open to all ages and backgrounds where mental health is the primary reason for needing services. We serve all ages, the LGBTQ+ community, and all mental health diagnoses, such as ADHD, Adjustment Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder and other Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, Schizophrenia and other psychosis-involved diagnoses.

Services start with assessments and safety and treatment planning. Then the therapeutic sessions begin with a therapist of your choice. Therapeutic sessions are 30-45 minutes in length for individual therapy and up to 90 minutes for other types of therapy (i.e. family, marital/couples’, group). The services can last as long as they are deemed medically necessary for the client. A client can graduate from services if they have met their goals on their treatment plans or feel like services are no longer needed due to vast improvements.

Peer Support Services

This individualized program offers clients, typically ages of 10 or older, access to trained professionals with similar life experiences who listen, give hope, and provide guidance towards recovery.

This service includes: recovery plan development, individual goal setting, crisis support, and connections to natural supports within the home and community setting. Peer Support is designed to work with the client on the following skills to promote recovery and resiliency:

Recovery Plan

Develop Personal Goals

Problem Solve Barriers

Provide Support and Encouragement

Promote Empowerment

Foster Self-Determination and Choice

Trust in Relationships

Inspire Hope through Shared Experiences

Mentor and Guide

Modeling Recovery

Coping Skills


Connect with Community Based Services that Support Recovery 

Timeline for starting Peer Support services – Following a recommendation and acceptance of this services by the client this service can start being provided immediately.


Family Support Services

This individualized program advocates for the needs of the family and is intended to provide support to families with children 17 and under. Family Support provides education for family members and clients on how to develop self-advocacy and problems solving. This program offers family role modeling behaviors, attitudes, and thinking skills needed for family resiliency and coping within the home and community.

This service allows families to learn about causes of disorders and importance to adhering to treatment, utilizing evidenced based interventions and assistance in meeting goals. It is provided by a certified partner who has also been a caregiver to a child with a mental health diagnosis. Through their training and lived experience they are able work with the family on the following skills:


Problem Solving

Role Modeling


Family Skill Building

Model Behavior


Attitude and Thinking Skills

Strengths Based Practices 

Timeline for starting Family Support services – Following a recommendation and acceptance of this services by the client’s parent or legal guardian this service can start being provided immediately. 


Medication Management

We provide evaluation and monitoring of psychiatric medications along with prescribing when necessary to manage symptoms. This service is provided by qualified physicians and nurse practitioners with a dedicated background in mental health.

Youth Empowerment Services

Youth Empowerment Services is a new initiative to the children’s mental health system of care. It’s focus is strengths-based and family-centered. It incorporates a team approach with emphasis on providing individualized care for children. The YES program provides children with serious emotional disturbance (SED) expanded access to Medicaid services and supports. As part of YES, Pathways offers a variety of services, focusing on wrap-around care. These include Targeted Care Coordination, Youth Peer Support, and Respite Care. Targeted Care Coordination (TCC) assists with coordinating an Annual Children and Family Team interdisciplinary meeting and develops a person-centered service plan, specific to your child. This service provides assistance accessing resources in the community to assist you and your family with reaching the goals outlined by your treatment team. Youth Peer Support is a recovery service provided by a certified specialist with an endorsement in Youth Peer Support. Youth Peer support services assist and support the child in understanding their role in accessing services, becoming informed consumers, and promoting self-advocacy. The final service accessible as part of the YES program is Respite. Respite is an in-person service that provides short-term or temporary care for children and youth with SED. The services are provided in the least restrictive environment, is aimed at de-escalation of stressful situations, and provides relief for a child’s parent or caretaker. If you are interested in enrolling your child in the YES program, please give us a call to see if you qualify.

Pathways Community Crisis Center

The Pathways Community Crisis Center is a non-judgmental environment providing behavioral health services, linkage to community resources, and referrals at no cost to individuals 18+. All adults experiencing a behavioral health crisis and/or substance abuse challenges are welcome regardless of background. Services offered to clients during admissions lasting up to 23 hrs and 59 minutes include: Medical Screening, Behavioral Health Assessment, Risk Assessment, Solution Focused Counseling, Case Management, and Peer Support.

Early Serious Mental Illness (ESMI)

ESMI, or Early Symptoms of Mental Illness, is grant-funded program we offer that is specifically designed for those suffering from psychosis and from which a psychotic disorder diagnosis has occurred within the last 2 years. This program is designed to provide individual and family therapy up to 24 months, during which time that person will receive multiple assessments, a treatment plan, a safety plan, and individual therapy that includes CBTp (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis).

The intention is to help people and their families by providing education and support through use of a team environment. This team includes an ESMI-trained Peer Support Specialist, Recovery Coach, Supported Education and Employment Specialist (SEES), Therapist, Nurse and Medication Manager. The team provides education about psychosis, health and wellness, shared decision-making, employment and educational opportunities. They help develop coping skills and a better understanding of ways to recover from a psychosis-related diagnosis.

This program is designed to treat those ages 15-30 who have been diagnosed with one of the following disorders within the last 2 years: Bipolar I, Schizophrenia, Schizophreniform, Delusional or Psychotic Disorder. Exclusionary criteria include substance-induced psychosis, an IQ <70, or any existence of an organic or medical issues that are related to the psychosis.

Services include all team members’ involvement, if the client agrees, and most services are provided at least once weekly during the first 18 months. These sessions, however, can occur twice weekly, as needed. The program lasts up to 24 months, but can conclude earlier within the 3rd Phase/ Transition Phase (which is at 19-24 months), and includes a graduation in which all family are invited to participate or attend.

Mental Health Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

An Intensive Outpatient Program, or IOP, is available at Pathways of Idaho. This program focuses on providing services more frequently and more intensively than at the outpatient level. It is designed to be either a step-down from a psychiatric hospitalization or to prevent an inpatient hospitalization from occurring.

Included in this program, are individual, group, and family therapy, which is intended to develop coping skills that promote better management of more intense mental health-related symptoms. It is also a program that focuses on improved communication, a better sense of self, and on learning skills that encourage more independence and self-care management, in general.

The program is divided into two different groups, or subsets—one is for adolescents and one is for adults. The adolescent program is for teens ages 13 to 18 and the adult program is for ages 19+. To be eligible for this program, you need a referral from a hospital or outpatient therapist, who will provide reasons for needing IOP. These will be used to determine a best fit for the program. If a person is violent or aggressive in any way, he/she/they will not be allowed to attend face-to-face, but may be involved in the program via remote telehealth services, depending on level of aggression. All those with severe and persistent mental illness are eligible for this program.

There are two schedules for the clients involved. One, for adults, is set to include at least 6 hours of services weekly, which includes CBRS services, individual therapy, and 2 groups weekly at a minimum. For adolescents, the program is for 9 hours or more of services weekly. This, too, includes CBRS (usually 2x weekly), individual therapy, and 2 groups weekly at a minimum. Both programs can include family therapy, case management and peer support services as well, depending on the needs of the client. The program is designed to last for 6 months, but clients can be in the program up to 3 months longer, if needed. Group content is focused on the use of DBT, or Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and occurs for both the adolescent and adult programs (at different times) on Mondays and Fridays.

All Available Services

  • Therapeutic Education and Skill Building
  • Counseling Services
  • Recovery Plan Development
  • Connections to Natural Supports
  • Evaluation and Monitoring
  • Therapeutic Education and Skill Building
  • Counseling Services
  • Recovery Plan Development
  • Connections to Natural Supports
  • Evaluation and Monitoring
  • Therapeutic Education and Skill Building
  • Counseling Services
  • Recovery Plan Development
  • Connections to Natural Supports
  • Evaluation and Monitoring

Our Vision

To be the preferred provider, employer and community partner, positively transforming lives nationwide.

Our Approach to Exceptional Care

We take the time to listen and understand your needs.

We pair you with a provider.

We diagnose and develop a plan together to help you reach your goals.

We provide continuous support through regular check-ins with your provider.

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