YES Information

The State of Idaho is currently working to design and implement the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) system of care.  Because of YES, many exciting changes and improvements are coming to children’s mental health services in our state. More information about Services and Supports, family resources and other components of YES will be posted on this site in the near future. If you are looking for contact information for YES now, please go to the Contacts page.If you have questions, you can contact us using the Contact Us link.

The latest news about YES resources and opportunities are posted on our News and Announcements page. As the new system of care is rolled out, there will be new details to share and new resources available in your area.  If you are curious about other aspects of the YES system of care, take a look at the About YES section. There you will find project updates, information about organizations involved in the YES project, links to community groups, and progress towards the full roll out of the YES project, which is expected in 2020. YOU can also find brochures, training links and announcements in the About YES section.

Remember that YES is still in development and we are working hard to design resources that are family-centered and community-based.  Please check back often, as new information will be posted regularly and ask questions along the way if something is unclear.

Working together, we are confident that we can reach our goal of empowering the mental wellness of children, youth and their families!

Parent Network launches website

The Idaho Parent Network for Children's Mental Health is a volunteer organization of parents who have a child with mental health concerns and who want to help other parents find needed supports and resources. Access the Idaho Parent Network website for information about the group, resources, training and surveys.