Changing the Face of Mental Health Treatment Since 2004

Innercept's Joint Commision-accredited mental health treatment program is renowned for treating adolescents and young adults (ages 13 – 28). Our program has a 90-day minimum length of stay which enhances our ability to assess and treat young people with the most complex diagnoses and stubborn symptoms, including those who have failed at treatment before. Located in the resort town of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, we offer the most comprehensive continuum of mental health treatment in the field. By combining an evidence-based model with a "soft landing" environment, we set the stage for our residents to learn new ways to function and flourish throughout their lives. Innercept is now able to work with most commercial insurance plans, giving families increased access to the help they need. Learn more about the Innercept program using the form below or call 208-665-7178 today.

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Our Approach to Treatment

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Utilizing the integral-psychology approach that focuses on the whole person, we can more effectively assess, diagnose, and treat young people with a multitude of complex psychiatric issues. We also address medical struggles that may not have been thoroughly addressed in previous treatments. Through the flexibility of our program continuums, together with the resident’s family, we can develop goals, adapt structure, and respond to both growth and struggle, while tailoring our approach to the varied dimensions of each individual.

The creation of a therapeutic structure allows residents the freedom to gain a better understanding of who they are in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The individuals at Innercept are empowered to make choices from a menu of positive, healthy options that work to reinforce their core-value systems and build life practices that help them sustain long-term wellness. This unique, guided-treatment approach differentiates Innercept from other residential mental health programs and enables adolescents and young adults to fulfill their potential.

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Who and What We Treat

Teens (13-17) and Young Adults (18-28) accepted into Innercept’s treatment program, with a 90-day minimum length of stay, have average to very high intelligence, pockets of extremely high function (i.e. academic, sports, social, area of interest, music, etc.) and loving family support systems. We are recognized in the mental health field for our ability to assess and treat young people with the most complex diagnoses and symptoms, including those who have experienced many failed attempts at treatment in other settings.

  • Moderate-to-severe mood, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorders
  • Panic disorders, OCD, social anxiety
  • Executive functioning issues
  • Adoption and attachment issues
  • Autism spectrum disorders and related diagnoses
  • Strained relationships with parents and/or authority figures
  • Decline in academic performance
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • ADD/ADHD conditions
  • Anger management issues
  • Eating disorders
  • Thought disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • Negative peer relationships
  • Somatoform disorders
  • Gaming & Technology

What Makes Innercept Different

  • “Soft landing” environments balance natural beauty and urban amenities
  • An expansive continuum of care across multiple programs
  • Full-time clinical and medical professionals with advanced degrees
  • Our ability to treat psychological and medical complexity
  • Dual-diagnosis use of the integral recovery model that supports relapse prevention
  • Design and quality of our treatment surroundings
  • Community relationship building through educational and vocational opportunities
  • Fully accredited school, grades 7-12 with teacher support for higher education
  • Licensed by Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

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50% of all lifetime mental illness begins by age 14, and 75% by age 24.
16.5%
1 in 6 U.S. youth experience a mental health condition each year, but only half get treatment.
400%
Lesbian, gay and bisexual youth are 4x more likely to attempt suicide than straight youth.
35%
The overall suicide rate in the U.S. has increased by 35% since 1999.

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