Counseling and Family Services.

The Counseling and Family Services (CFS) Program seeks to deliver quality Mental Health and Medical Social Work services to the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and all eligible recipients. These services will integrate traditional Native American beliefs and practices with Western attitudes and approaches, and will be delivered in a culturally competent, professional, confidential atmosphere.

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Offering Services To Strengthen the Community.


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Services offered include: individual, couples, child and family therapy. Psychological evaluations, psychiatric consultations, case management, 24 hour crisis intervention, group therapy (anger management, parenting, healthy relationship group), medical social work, education and prevention services and the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder team.

All Counseling and Family Services clientele may expect the highest level of professional integrity and ethical behavior from our staff. They may also trust that in providing these services, staff will treat them with the utmost dignity and respect. All contacts with our staff are confidential and protected by the Federal Privacy Act. Counseling and Family Services staff honor and respect Native American beliefs and healing practices. Counseling & Family Services has incorporated the sweat lodge as a form of treatment for clients and provided an annual “Grief Conference” for the community.

Patient Resource Manual.

Tribal Health and Human Services is dedicated to providing the best possible care to all patients. We have created a detailed Patient Resource Manual that more fully describes each program and services offered.

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Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.


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Indian Health Service (IHS) Fort Hall Service Unit and Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services (THHS) achieve joint accreditation through AAAHC. Accreditation requires the organizations work together to participate in on-going self-evaluation, peer review and education to continuously improve its care and services. Accreditation standards focus on patients’ rights and responsibilities, governance, administration, quality of care provided, quality management and improvement, clinical documentation and provision of care, infection prevention control and safety, and facility and environmental management. The organization also commits to a thorough, on-site survey by AAAHC surveyors, at least every three years.

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Krissy Broncho
Manager & Clinical Coordinator
LCSW

(208)478-4026

29 N. Mission Road
Building #248

P.O. Box 306
Fort Hall, ID 83203


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Indian Health Service Fort Hall Service Unit has received recognition as a Level 2 Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) through the National Committee for Quality Assurance .