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Services

Here’s how the Crisis Center can help:

  • A mental health specialist can talk with you about what is happening and things you can do to make it better.
  • If you already see a therapist or psychiatrist, staff at the center will work with him or her so you get the help you need. If you don’t have a provider, we can link you to one.
  • Staff can show you where to get help if you need food, utility assistance, housing needs, a safe place to stay, medical care or other help.

Contact Us

Phone:
(208) 625-4884

Address:
Northern Idaho Crisis Center 2195 Ironwood Court, Suite D Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814

Do you or someone you love need help right away?
Contact us today or come to the Crisis Center We are open 24 hours a day and the center is free, safe and private.

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Welcome to the Northern Idaho Crisis Center

The Northern Idaho Crisis Center is a non-profit community organization, created to help people who are having a mental health crisis or a drug or alcohol problem. The Crisis Center is a joint project between Panhandle Health District, Kootenai Health and Heritage Health. Staff members care for those that come to the center and help facilitate outside resources before each person leaves. The center is free, safe, private, and voluntary.

  • Care is provided at no cost to men and women ages 18+
  • Open 24/7/365
  • You can stay at the center up to 24 hours, but most people get the help they need in less time.
  • Staff are kind, caring and ready to help.
  • You do not need a referral.
  • You can come on your own, with a friend or a family member.

About Idaho Health Partners

Idaho Health Partners is a joint project between Panhandle Health District, Kootenai Health and Heritage Health. Through Idaho Health Partners, the three organizations work together to connect patients with primary care providers and community resources. Together they are enhancing and expanding access to health care for people in northern Idaho.

Idaho Health Partners and its member organizations have been instrumental in the development of the Northern Idaho Crisis Center. Other work includes two primary care practices in Post Falls and Rathdrum, and increased data sharing between all three entities, which improves local health assessments and makes it easier to connect people in need with public health programs.