Provider Types

Behavioral Health Mission & Vision


IACP advocates for behavioral healthcare and represents provider systems that are committed to the delivery of responsive, accountable, and clinically effective prevention, treatment and care for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults with mental and substance use disorders.

The IACP vision is of a society that values and maximizes the potential of all its citizens by helping them to achieve overall health. To achieve healthy communities, behavioral health will be recognized, respected, and allocated resources with fairness and equity as part of overall health.

We believe:

  • Behavioral healthcare associations must be united in advocacy goals to successfully improve Idahoans’ access to, coverage for, and outcomes in behavioral healthcare treatment.
  • Leaders must create a climate in which competing association efforts are coordinated, advocacy messages are strengthened, and services for clients/consumers are improved.
  • IACP must remain flexible so that it can work toward this vision.

Residential Habilitation Mission & Vision


IACP advocates for residential habilitation and is sometimes referred to as reshab which is a combination of services and supports that are provided to people with physical or intellectual developmental disabilities. These services and supports can be provided up to 24 hours per day and 7 days per week depending on the consumers conditions. The services and/or supports are customized for each individual by their waiver support coordinator that creates their individuals individual support plan (ISP). 

The IACP vision is to ensure the consumers health, safety and welfare and to assist them in the acquisition, improvement, and retention of the skills they need to live with success in their own homes and communities. 

We believe:

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Case Management Mission & Vision


IACP advocates for case management and targeted service coordination needs through support for individuals engaged in the field of case management. This service has been created to netter support coordinated care for patients, individuals, and participants with complicated heath needs. 


We believe:

  • Make a Difference - Opportunity to influence public policy on issues vital to Case Managers through active membership with our Legislative Committee. 
  • Education - Opportunities to access sponsored training and Executive Director developed trainings that support the case management needs from behavioral health case management and targeted service coordination for the developmentally disabled. 
  • Credibility - Professional recognition through our partnerships with the legislature and Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
  • Networking - Its not just who you know! Its also who others know. And what you are willing to share. Come to our quarterly meetings to take opportunity to connect with other providers and the resources we bring together for you. 
  • Resources- get a competitive edge over non-members with the knowledge base provided through our membership. 


Developmental Disability Agencies Mission & Vision


IACP advocates for developmental disability services and is an inclusive association of community based organizations that support people with disabilities. IACP's mission is to improve services to persons with autism or intellectual and developmental disabilities in Idaho. To accomplish this mission, IACP focuses on educating the provider community on best practices in the field, advocacy, and education regarding public policy. 

We believe:

  • Inclusion
  • Competence 
  • Professional Conduct 
  • Promotion of Choice
  • Individual Value and Dignity
  • Social Responsibility