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Youth Empowerment Services

YES

Youth and families coordinated care plans.

It’s our goal to empower parents with the knowledge and resources they need to be able to navigate their unique parenting journey. Whether you are looking for resources, connection, training, or support…we can help!

What is YES (Youth Empowerment Services)
What is YES (Youth Empowerment Services)
Learn more about the services available to Idaho youth under the age of 18 with mental, behavioral, or emotional issues which limit their ability to participate in family, school, or community activities.
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Getting Started with YES
Getting Started with YES
Your financial situation will not prevent your child(ren) from using the YES system of care. YES agencies accept Medicaid as well as private insurance and everything in-between.
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Navigating YES
Navigating YES
After you qualified for YES, then what? Providers of YES services include physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, licensed clinical professionals, and paraprofessionals. Some may operate in private practices while others work with agencies or with government.
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History of YES
History of YES
Explore resources on the history of YES and the current developments. Learn about partners which include government representatives such as Child Welfare, Developmental Disabilities, the Department of Juvenile Correction, and of course the community representatives such as parents, youth, and providers.
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Use Your Voice
Use Your Voice
Idaho Federation of Families invites you to make a difference in the YES system. Get involved in making a difference!
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Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

 

Children’s Mental Health Crisis Line
Optum Member Crisis Line: 1-855-202-0973

 

Family Support Line: 1-208-433-8845