BOISE, Idaho (December 22, 2014) – The Children’s Home Society of Idaho, a Boise-based nonprofit organization that provides emotional and behavioral health services to children in our community has opened a new counseling center for children and families in Meridian. The new Meridian office is located at: 1833 S. Millennium Way – near Mountain View High School.
Warm Springs Counseling Center Meridian will be home to nine counselors who will see as many as 210 clients per week and are currently accepting new clients. Children and families served by Children’s Home Society are located primarily in southwest Idaho. The majority of our service population are children (85% aged 17 and under) and many come from low-income households and are considered “at-risk” due to their economic, physical, and/or emotional status. The conditions treated include: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, and grief and loss. Warm Springs Counseling Center Meridian can accept most insurances and Medicaid. To schedule an appointment call our intake hotline at: 208-343-7797 ext. 1238.
Children’s Home CEO, Teresa Alexander said, “By adding this second counseling center location in Meridian we are making it more convenient for children and families to seek and receive the emotional and behavioral health services they may need.”
About the Children’s Home Society
The Warm Springs Counseling Center is an outpatient counseling center for children and families. It is operated by the Children’s Home Society of Idaho, an organization that has been caring for Idaho’s children since 1908. The mission of the Children’s Home Society is to improve the lives of children in the community. Today the organization accomplishes this mission by operating the Warm Springs Counseling Center which provides superior emotional and behavioral health services to children and the families that care for them.