Provided below are contact numbers for emergency/crisis services to help support you or a friend in need. Listed items are for informational purposes only and are not recommendations for a specific organization, individual, agency or service.
Quality Behavioral Health
900 Seventh Street
QBH is a provider for Garfield County Human Services
856 Main Street
Accepts Washington Medicaid and Most Private Insurance. Services are at a sliding-scale.
Quality Behavioral Health has child/adolescent services, counseling for adults, and a 24/hour Crisis Line:
DURING THE DAY CALL:
(509) 758-3341 • in Clarkston
(509) 843-3791 • in Pomeroy
AFTER HOURS CALL & ASK FOR A CRISIS COUNSELOR:
(509) 758-4665 • in Clarkston
(509) 843-3791 • in Pomeroy
CRISIS AFTER HOURS:
1 (888) 475-5665
Willow Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 1361
Lewiston, Idaho 83501
Family Support Line
Willow Center for Grieving Children provides support to children, teens and their families who are grieving the death of a loved one. Willow Center extends supportive services and resources to the community in need of grief support via web site information, consultation and presentations.
- Willow Center provides free group support to children, teens, and their adult caregivers who have experienced the death of someone close.
- The Willow Center serves as a resource for families, schools, businesses and the community that have concerns for grieving children and teens. We have books and printed material available to assist in addressing children and teen grief and loss issues before and after the death occurs. We have resources for the child, teen, adult and family member, or anyone close to someone that is grieving. Please review the pages of our web site to get you started. Our professional staff is available for consultation by calling our Family Support Line: (509) 780-1156.
- The Willow Center staff is available to speak to your group or business about grief and loss issues for children, teens and families. Please contact the Willow Center office to arrange a presentation: (208) 791-7192 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Judy Rooney, MSW, Executive Director
How to Help a Grieving Child
Community Resources – from www.willow-center.org
National Suicide Hotline, Life Crisis Center
1 (800) 784-2433
Offers 24-hour confidential crisis hotline for people in crisis, suicide prevention, intervention, and referral information
Local Bereavement Support
Tri-State Hospital Home Health & Hospice
Offers a confidential adult bereavement support group for individuals who have experienced the death of a loved one. The loss may be recent or from long ago. The group provides a combination of support and education about the grief process. No Charge.
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center - Pastoral Care
Offers various grief support groups on a monthly basis. Please call for information about specific group meetings. No charge.
Family Home Care and Hospice – serving Whitman and Latah Counties
Hospice of the Palouse
Offers many bereavement support groups. Please call for information about specific groups and resources.
Syringa Hospital Hospice
(208) 983-1700 Ext. 250
Offers periodic bereavement classes and groups for families and adults.
Support Group for Suicide Survivors
Offers peer support group for family members and friends who have lost someone to suicide. Meets 1st and 3rd week of each month from 6-8PM; meets at Wedgewood Terrace (2114 Vineyard Avenue, Lewiston)
Friends Reach Out
(208) 799-5440 or (208) 799-5204 (Director)
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center
4th Avenue and 6th Street
Lewiston, ID 83501
Offers bereavement support group and grief recovery. Meets 2nd and 4th Monday from 3:30-5:00PM in the chapel.
Grieving Students Document - Grieving Student PDF