Restored Paths – Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUD)

Restored Paths is dedicated to providing superior, evidence-based Substance Use Disorder Treatment to clients and their families.

We promote positive decision-making patterns and empowering clients to successfully manage their lives and educating their minds, understanding their bodies, and feeding their spirit. All of our counselors are fully credentialed in the State of Idaho to provide a variety of evaluations and treatment services.

Additionally, Master’s level clinicians are able to identify and treat Chemical Dependency and Mental Health issues. Our clinicians work closely with others in the community to provide a wrap-around treatment for those who need it.

Chemical Dependency

Chemical Dependency Services

Chemical Dependency Programs

• DUI Evaluations
• GAIN Evaluations
• Chemical Dependency Evaluations
• Intensive Outpatient Chemical Dependency Program (Level 2) for Adults
• Outpatient Chemical Dependency Program (Level 1) for Adults and Adolescents
• Groups, individual, and/or family sessions
• Groups can include Education, Co-Occurring Disorders, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Relapse Prevention, Nurturing Families Parenting in Recovery, Aftercare
• All materials used are best practice and/or evidence-based
• Co-Occurring Disorders
• Certificate upon completion
• Cost Varies
• Most insurances are accepted
• Sliding scale available

Cost varies depending on the program
Most insurances are accepted

Includes Case Management Services
Mental Health

Mental Health

Restored Paths has partnered with Heritage Health to bring a wrap-around of services to our clients

Family Support Services, the mental health arm of Heritage Health, also provides Mental Health counseling, CBRS, Mental Health case management, and Peer supports. Please contact them at 208.769.4222

Mental Health Counseling Services Include:

• Individual sessions for Adults and Adolescents
• Trauma
• Divorce
• Anxiety
• Grief
• Depression
• Bipolar
• Adjustment problems
• Veterans Issues
• Co-occurring Disorders

Cost Varies depending on the program *Most insurances are accepted **Sliding scale available

Includes Case Management Services

Alcohol Drug Information School (ADIS)

Alcohol Drug Information School or ADIS - Located at the CDA site
Our Alcohol Drug Information course is non-judgmental; You won’t find disapproval here.
This 8-hour course provides our students with valuable information about alcohol and other drugs, such as:

• How drugs and alcohol affect your mind and body
• How to recognize the signs of addiction
• How to take steps toward better decision-making
• How alcohol and drugs could be affecting your family, job, and well-being
• How change occurs in stages and how to recognize what stage you are in
• What the laws are and what the legal consequences for breaking them are
• What assistance is available for making changes

Cost: $80- must be prepaid one week prior to class, no refunds. Accept cash, check, credit cards.
Please call for class times; this class will be given based on the number of participants: 208-664-8347

Domestic Violence Evaluations

State of Idaho Certified Domestic Violence Evaluator- Mistala Miller LCSW, ACADC (St Maries)
Criminal Court ordered evaluations include (per Idaho Code):

• Chemical Dependency Screening
• Mental Health Screenings
• Abuse Screenings
• Risk Assessment Screenings
• Review of the police report and/or victim statements
• Review of criminal history
• Per state requirements, a copy will be forwarded to the court. You may pick up a copy at the court

Cost: $300
*Unable to complete evaluations for Kootenai or Shoshone County due to providing treatment.
**Able to do DV Evaluations for Boundary, Bonner, and Benewah Counties
Case Management

Case Management

Case Management Services

• Coordinating local resources to wrap around the client to address needs
• Co-occurring Disorders

Cost varies depending on the program
Most insurances are accepted
Substance Use Disorder

Domestic Violence Intervention Program

Restored Paths to Relationships program is an Idaho Approved Domestic Violence Intervention Treatment Program
Goals/Treatment Philosophy follows the Idaho Domestic Violence Councils Guidelines:

1. Defines domestic violence as an abusive, violent, coercive, forceful, or threatening act or word inflicted by a member of family or household member;
2. Clearly defines domestic assault or battery as a crime;
3. Agrees with the principle that those who use violence against a household member as defined in Idaho Code 18-918(a) must accept responsibility and consequence for their choice;
4. Supports a treatment plan with first priority to end abuse, and establish a basis for safety;
5. Promotes changing attitudes toward intimate partners and other family members and violence in the family;
6. Recognizes domestic violence has multiple causes and contributing factors;
7. Recognizes the conduct of a victim does not excuse the choice to use violence by the offender;
8. Recognizes that domestic violence is complex and requires on-going comprehensive assessment for effective intervention;
9. Recognizes that substance abuse, anger management, and mental health treatment are not substitutes for domestic violence offender intervention, though may be necessary components of successful recovery;
10.Recognizes the intervention must be based on assessment of the offender and nature of violence;
11. Recognizes decision of a family to remain together as a valid choice if safety is a first priority and mutual respect a primary value.

Group Times in CDA :
Men: Fridays 9-1030 am or 530-7 pm Women: Fridays 11-1230 pm

*Groups meet one time weekly for 52 sessions to complete the program.

Group Times in Kellogg:
Men: Tuesdays 3-4:30 pm

Cost: $40 one-time book fee; $35 per session

Jennifer Jackson, LSW, CM, QSUDPT, State of Idaho Approved Direct Service Provider
Jennifer Romero, LCSW, ACADC, State of Idaho Approved Supervisor