Welcome to Idaho Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health

In response to national and local events, IFF wants to affirm our belief that Black Lives Matter and that the culture of white supremacy must be confronted. IFF’s staff commits to prioritizing individual and organizational learning and reflection by listening to the voices of the black community.

Here are some things we are reading right now if you would like to join us:

Idaho Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health is a family-run nonprofit organization that actively promotes and seeks solutions for mental health well being for our children and youth.           

Idaho Youth M.O.V.E. Youth M.O.V.E. Idaho is a youth-driven advocacy group that is part of Youth M.O.V.E. National. We advocate for youth who have mental health as well as help other youth become their own advocates. We strive to give every youth a voice to help their own recovery. Learn More Information for Parents Whether you are looking to connect with local resources or other local parents, receive support, access our list of respite care providers, or check out our resource library, we can help! Learn More YES Project Implementation of a settlement reached in the Jeff D. class action lawsuit will result in improved access to community based mental health services for an estimated 9,000 Idaho children. Learn More

For Families

Whether you are looking to connect with local resources or other local parents, receive support, access our list of respite care providers, or check out our resource library, we can help!

For Youth

Youth M.O.V.E. Idaho is made up of teenagers who want to help people understand what it is like to be a youth affected by emotional, behavioral or mental health issues in Idaho. Their goal is to teach peers, parents, providers, and others about the importance of youth voice.

The Parent Network

The Parent Network promotes a children’s mental health care system in Idaho where parents are viewed as valuable experts on their children, and treated as full and supported partners while having access to ­appropriate community based mental health care services and supports.

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