We are not a direct service provider. If you are having a mental health emergency, please dial 911.

Help is available! Ask today!

Teton Valley Mental Health Coalition offsets the costs for a limited number of free mental health counseling sessions for those who qualify. The Mental Health Coalition is not a mental health clinic and does not provide direct mental health services. Each counselor who participates in our free counseling program operates from their own office to provide services to local residents. To access our free counseling program, please contact any one of the following Participating Providers of your choice to determine eligibility and schedule an appointment.

Help is available! Ask today!

Teton Valley Mental Health Coalition offsets the costs for a limited number of free mental health counseling sessions for those who qualify. The Mental Health Coalition is not a mental health clinic and does not provide direct mental health services. Each counselor who participates in our free counseling program operates from their own office to provide services to local residents. To access our free counseling program, please contact any one of the following Participating Providers of your choice to determine eligibility and schedule an appointment.

How our free counseling program works

Someone needs help

Our website guides you to local therapists and mental health resources.

Pick a therapist

Contact the right Participating Provider for you to ask about free services and to set up your first appointment.

Start therapy

Get the help you or your loved one needs to begin the journey towards better mental health.

Needs Based Pay

With community donations, the Coalition is able to offer limited free counseling to those in financial need.

Our mission is to promote mental wellness in Teton Valley through education, community action, and the coordination of resources.

We are mental health providers, small business owners, parents, medical professionals, local leaders, and dedicated community members who share a common passion for fostering mental health in Teton Valley. Teton Valley Mental Health Coalition formed in the Fall of 2009 and later became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit to help foster collaboration among mental health care providers in the community. We are dedicated to addressing emergent community mental health needs and fostering mental wellness through the following programs and services:

Our Staff and Board Members

Teri Hoyle

Board Chair
Sara McKeown White

Vice-Chair
Rebecca Parkinson

Secretary
Anna Gunderson

Board Member
Lori Lloyd

Board Member
Tony Ferlisi

Board Member
Carrie Mowrey

Executive Director

Ready to get started?

Local counselors offer comprehensive in-person or telehealth mental health treatment options to meet your needs.

Child & Family Therapy

Counseling tailored to meet the unique developmental needs of children and help families better communicate and resolve conflict.

Adult Therapy

Counseling to help individuals learn healthy coping mechanisms and skills to meet life challenges.

Who Qualifies

We are limited to help with financial assistance only to residents with these qualifications.

We have helped

1,300

FREE counseling sessions provided to community members in need, as of 2020

100

children and youth served this school year with FREE school-based mental health services

18

local, professionally licensed counselors in our free counseling program

Our Latest News

Posted September 1st, 2021

We know it’s rough out there parents. And these are pretty darn cute. Thanks @upworthy Posted @withregram • @upworthy Swipe —> These kids look like they just got done working a 40 hour work week 😅 // Swipe up in stories for more!

Posted August 31st, 2021

We love this guide from @bringchangetomind Try one or all of these this week with your teen. Posted @withregram • @bringchangetomind What you do and say makes a difference when it comes to teen mental health. Together, we are Generation #NoNormal. #mentalwellnessforall #mentalhealthmatters #teen #teenmentalhealth #listen #parenting #backtoschool #tetonvalley #tetonvalleyidaho #tetonvalleystrong

Posted August 30th, 2021

Did you know that almost a quarter of children in Idaho have two or more Adverse Childhood Experiences (@aces.matter)? This is higher than the national average. @lindsaybraman guide is a great way to help ease their transition back to school. Especially this year when most kids are feeling more on edge than usual. We all need to feel safe and secure, especially in order to learn. We hope this school year is successful for all, which is why we are increasing our school based counseling program and planning some helpful events for parents. Keep an eye out for some new programming. And have a great first day of school @tetonschooldistrict401 #becometraumainformed #acesmatter #mentalwellnessforall #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #idahomentalhealth #backtoschool #tsd401 #tetonvalleyidaho #tetonvalley #tetonvalleystrong

Teton Valley’s mental health matters and we’re here to support you.