Aces CoMMunity Services

1417 North 4th Street
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Business: (208) 292-2188
Fax: (208) 292-2189

Pioneer Health Resources

5583 North Glenwood
Garden City, ID 83714
Business: (208) 287-2564
Fax: (208) 287-2570

Back Office
John Brining, Finance

Idaho

In Idaho, Pathways services are offered by ACES Community Health Services and Pioneer Health Resources.

ACES Community Health Services serves Kootenai, Benewah, and Shoshone Counties.

Pioneer Health Resources serves Boise, Garden City, Nampa, Caldwell, and Fruitland. 

Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS):

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

 This program also provides intensive services that includes: wrap-around treatment for individuals requiring more intensive care, including those with severe mental illness diagnoses (i.e. Schizophrenia, Bi-Polar Disorder, Severe Depression, Psychosis, Borderline Personality Disorder and Schizoaffective Disorder).  “CBRS” is designed to teach client the follow skills:  

  • Coping Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Social Skills
  • Psychiatric Symptoms Management
  • Basic Living Skills
  • Medication Management
  • Anger Management

Targeted Service Coordination Program

Targeted service coordination is a program aimed at assisting adult clients to access community resources through linking and coordination services to meet their basic needs and increase stability in their lives.

Outpatient Psychotherapy

Our therapists offer a safe, supportive and caring environment to help clients with personal growth and improving their well-being.

We offer a wide range of counseling services, specialty clinics and group sessions addressing:   • Depression • Divorce • Self Esteem • Anxiety • Gambling • Abuse Issues• • Family or Marital Conflict • Employment Stress • Anger Control • Grief Counseling • School Problems • Parenting Issues • Aging Issues.

Peer Support Services:  (18 and older)

Peer Support provides trained professionals with similar experiences that listen, give hope, and guidance towards recovery.  This services includes: recovery plan development, individual goal setting, crisis support, and connections to natural supports.

Family Support Services: (17 and under)

Family Support provides education for family members and participants 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. 

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.

 Medication Management- (Ada and Canyon County only) 

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.