Welcome To Your New Beginning
Idaho Falls Rescue Mission is dedicated to building a support system around you that increases your chances of success as you start your new life.
The success after guests leave the Idaho Falls Rescue Mission matters and it’s why IFRM has dedicated resources and direction. Beginning a new life can be difficult, no matter who the person is, and success begins with a plan.
Being plugged into a church family is critical for success. The reason church is so vital for each guest not only during the program but as they go out into the world, is because your church family becomes the people who will continue walking with you in your new life.
Recommended churches of the Idaho Falls Rescue Mission:
- Providence downtown (Pastors Warren Cuppy & Todd Wood)
- Calvary Baptist (Pastor Matt)
- Falls Baptist
- And more! Call or schedule a visit to talk more (208) 552-5575.
The Navigate Program partners with local businesses in order to provide employment for all guests. Holding employment is a requirement for all Navigate program participants.
The last phase of the program gives an opportunity for transition into independent living. This program, while addressing addiction issues, also provides referrals to address any medical, emotional, psychological and/or mental health needs. While working their program, the participant will be in a recovery-minded community with case management and Biblical counseling as they work on being restored as healthy, productive men.
Continuing to learn is a sure-fire way to win at life. No matter who you are or what your background is in life, continuing your education is important in life. Learning how to balance a budget, deepening your understanding of God, and more can be learned when a person applies themselves. Each class offered by the Idaho Falls Rescue Mission is free to the public.
No information is available at this time. Please call (208) 552-5575 for more information on current classes.
Counseling & Mental Health
Good counseling can help encourage growth in new areas as well as promote a sense of well-being. Individuals who are in need of counseling and/or mental health services are encouraged to continue their ongoing treatment or seek treatment if needed. Here are some resources to help.