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Treatment & Services

Treatment & Services

Journeys Program

Our inpatient adolescent Journeys program offers counseling and rehab treatment for teens considering suicide or struggling with depression, cutting and other self-injury. Our facility provides each young person with certified adolescent counselors, psychiatrists and case managers for the individual and his or her family.

CAST Program

Within the Journeys program, Intermountain Hospital offers a specific adolescent care and treatment track for teens overcoming drug and alcohol abuse through the CAST—Clean and Sober Teens—program. CAST provides comprehensive evaluation, therapy, education and recovery services designed to prepare each teen for a healthy future.

New Start Program

New Start, the adult rehab program at Intermountain Hospital assists adults struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, many of whom may also have previous challenges with trauma, depression, post-traumatic stress or other concerns. Beginning with a mental health assessment, our rehab center gives those fighting substance abuse the help they need to recover.

Generations Program

For seniors struggling with drug and alcohol abuse and mental health concerns, our Generations care facilities in Boise, Idaho can help. Our professional clinic counselors offer a wide variety of treatment and rehab options for older adults considering suicide, coping with depression, substance abuse, prescription medication dependence and other problems.

Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP)

Intermountain Hospital offers Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) to adults and seniors. PHP is a structured therapeutic program that is less restrictive than traditional inpatient treatment. The program may be useful to patients who require treatment without the intensity of inpatient, or as a stepping stone from inpatient treatment to full discharge.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at Intermountain Hospital is offered for adult and senior patients. IOP is less restrictive than hospitalization, but maintains a structured therapeutic environment. IOP may be used as a step down in treatment before a full discharge, or as a means of therapy to prevent the need for an inpatient stay.