May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Click here to view a list of activities planned for around the state.
Mental health problems can affect anyone at any time. It is important that everyone understands how mental illness can affect individuals, families, and communities.
*We are currently in the process of incorporating public comments and conducting additional research on the Winter Cycle of standards. The timeline graphic will be updated to reflect this delay. Stay tuned!
The current version of Idaho's Behavioral Health Standards Electronic Manual is available by clicking HERE. The most recent update occurred on December 8, 2014, and included the addition of Phase I - Special Populations (Children's Mental Health; Intravenous Drug Use; Pregnant Women and Women with Dependent Children; Service Members, Veterans, and their Families; and Transition Age Youth). Additional standards will be added to the eManual as they are finalized following public comment periods. Please enter your email address at the bottom of the page to receive email notifications regarding standards development.
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