Community Resources

St. Luke's Center for Community Health

The following resources are available through the St. Luke's Center for Community Health. To contact the St. Luke's Center for Community Health call 208-727-8733 or visit 1450 Aviation Dr, Suite 200 in Hailey, ID.

  • Information and Referral - The community outreach coordinators are available, at no cost, to Blaine County residents to help navigate access to all local health and mental health care providers, social services agencies, government agencies, emergency services, and non-profit organizations. People can call or come in to the office for navigation support.
  • Counseling Scholarship Fund - Provides funding and makes referrals to community-based mental health counseling for uninsured and underinsured individuals and families. This scholarship fund helps offset the high costs of community-based mental health counseling for people in need. These critical counseling sessions help address a wide range of mental health issues including suicide, parenting, anxiety, and depression. 
  • Mental Health Services Scholarship Fund - Provides funding for patients seeking psychiatric or counseling services at St. Luke’s Clinic – Mental Health Services who are uninsured and underinsured. While the patient’s mental health services are being covered, staff start the process of connecting the patient with St. Luke’s Patient Financial Services to create a more long-term, sustainable funding source for the patient. This may include Medicaid, a St. Luke’s Financial Care Plan, or Social Security Disability.
  • The Keith Sivertson, MD Compassionate Care Program - Provides resources that address acute health needs of patients and their immediate families. Funding support includes, but is not limited to: lodging, transportation, medications, medical supplies, dental services, and other items deemed necessary for improving a patient’s health status. There is an increase in annual funding per individual as a result of COVID. Additionally, the fund has been extended to include rent and other non-medical needs for those who have been impacted financially by COVID.