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Christine Buxton, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

2635 Channing Way, Idaho Falls, Idaho

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Idaho Falls, Idaho is a grand place for families with children of any age to settle down. In addition to being able to attend such fine schools as Bonneville High, Rocky Mountain Middle, and Hillview Elementary, your students won't have any trouble with boredom when they're not studying. Schoolchildren will have a great time and learn at the Museum of Idaho, the states largest.1 Mothers will appreciate the touch of class at the Idaho Falls Arts Council, featuring a variety of live shows appropriate for the whole gang. And everyone will find something to interest them at the Collector's Corner Museum, featuring rooms full of stuffed bears,i dolls, toy cars, and others fun items. Fathers will have a great time taking the kids out to see the Chukars play minor league baseball at Melaleuca Field. For an experience that's fading quickly from the American landscape, take the kids out for a flick at the old style Sky Vu Drive in Theatre. Whatever you like to do, you'll love it here in Idaho Falls.

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Idaho Falls

As the baby boomer generation ages, many of their children find themselves in the position of serving as their parent's primary care provider. Caring for one's parents and one's own children at the same time can cause much stress and put immense pressure on the middle generation. The Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership offers respite care for families so they can get some time off from caring for their older loved one to recharge and rejuvenate. The agency also conducts a group for caregivers, which provides valuable resources, information and emotional support. Call 208-522-5391 to obtain more information.2

It can be difficult growing up in a single parent family and not having two positive adult role models to look up to. Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Southeast Idaho is a youth development agency that provides these stable adult relationships in order to facilitate the growth of area children into confident, caring, and healthy adults who are equipped to make good decisions. Bigs are encouraged to take littles on a variety of outings, from playing sports or exercising, to going to the movies, to taking a few hours to read a book together. The purpose is to foster trust and have a relationship a child in need can rely on. Further details about the program are available by calling 208-523-4842.3

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Various agencies in Idaho Falls offer services and assistance programs to families in need. The Bonneville County Department of Social Services provides emergency funding to families that do not have the money to pay for medical and mental health care expenses. The department also advocates on behalf of the county's most vulnerable citizens, such as the elderly, disabled, and incapacitated, to ensure their rights are protected. Programs for veterans are offered as well. Contact the Social Services Department at 208-529-1350, extension 1385, for additional information.4 The Idaho Falls Community Outreach Center also offers assistance programs to those in need. A soup kitchen provides much-needed nutrition to families who cannot afford their own meals. Emergency housing can also be arranged so families have a clean, safe place to sleep. Poor families who require medication to mediate a mental health or medical condition can also obtain free or low-cost prescriptions in order to maintain their health.5


References

1. Museum of Idaho. (2016). Exhibitions. Retrieved from http://www.museumofidaho.org/exhibitions.html.
2. Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership. (2017). Caregiver Support. Retrieved from http://www.eicap.org/programs/content-pages/caregiver.
3. Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Southeast Idaho. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.bbbsid.org/.
4. Bonneville County Department of Social Services. (2017). Social Services. Retrieved from http://www.co.bonneville.id.us/index.php/social-services.
5. Idaho Falls Community Outreach Center. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.ifoutreach.org/.

Idaho Falls is located in Bonneville County, Idaho. It has a land area of 22.69 square miles and a water area of 0.44 square miles.  The population of Idaho Falls is 59,184 people with 20,945 households and a median annual income of $44,580. .


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Mental health treatment and therapy in Idaho Falls is sometimes a struggle to afford for families and individuals without proper insurance coverage. Finances for many in Idaho Falls are not able to cover long term weekly counseling sessions without a budgetary plan in place. The good news is that therapists are often willing to work with you if accessibility is an issue. Low cost therapy and sliding scales are just some of the options that therapists can offer. Insurance may cover your sessions as well. Talk to your counselor to learn more.