Our Mission

Ability Health and Rehabilitation, LLC’s mission is to provide the highest quality mental health/substance abuse services as well as, to provide a comprehensive and integrated in home health care system that is easily accessible, community centered and culturally qualified to the community, as possible. Ability Health and Rehabilitation strives to assist individuals in learning to improve their quality of life through healthy management of symptoms, development of healthy social and communication skills, advancement of basic living skill knowledge and understanding of their self-worth. Ability Health and Rehabilitation strives to be the provider of choice that will assist community member to realize the quality of life that recognizes their independence supported by caring service, respect and trust. Ability Health and Rehabilitation strives to assist individuals with setting and reaching maintainable recovery.

Youth Empowerment Services

We are participating in the YES Program of Services.

Services We Provide

We know how hard it can be to do anything when mental problems weigh heavily on your mind, affecting your mood, relationships and your ability to function in general.

Personal Care Services (PCS)

We are now offering Home health care services (PCS: Personal Care Services) to members of Idaho Medicaid, Blue Cross, True Blue MMCP and Magellan and Magellan MMCP.

Low Cost Counseling Services

We now offer Low Cost Counseling Services for those without insurance or financial ability to pay.

What We Offer

Ability Health and Rehabilitation, LLC’s mission is to provide the highest quality mental health/substance abuse services as well as, to provide a comprehensive and integrated in home health care system that is easily accessible, community centered and culturally qualified to the community, as possible. Ability Health and Rehabilitation strives to assist individuals in learning to improve their quality of life through healthy management of symptoms, development of healthy social and communication skills, advancement of basic living skill knowledge and understanding of their self-worth. Ability Health and Rehabilitation strives to be the provider of choice that will assist community member to realize the quality of life that recognizes their independence supported by caring service, respect and trust. Ability Health and Rehabilitation strives to assist individuals with setting and reaching maintainable recovery.

Company Goals/Attitude and Statement of Purpose

  • To change the way the industry serves members of our community
  • To guarantee clients and employee satisfaction and exceed expectations
  • To provide a world class experience for our clients
  • To serve as a liaison for our clients and our caregivers
  • To expand each location as new markets are entered
  • To be a significant’ and respected business in each community
  • To be an outstanding company that always aspires to be the greatest
  • To unceasingly value personnel and treat them as members of our family

At Ability Health and Rehabilitation, we know how hard it can be to do anything when mental problems weigh heavily on your mind, affecting your mood, relationships and your ability to function in general. That’s why our experienced professionals are here for you with friendly, warm service that can’t be found anywhere. Come to us for all of your issues and, with care and comfort, we’ll help you work through them to make you whole again. Services We Can Provide for your or your loved one:

No matter what, we’ll be here for you; we provide emergency services so you’ll always have someone to hold your hand and walk with you. We are fully licensed and insured.

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Frequently Asked Questions

See the questions to the right. If you do not see your question answered, please go to the Contact Us page and send us an email with all your questions.

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When starting therapy/counseling services what is the process?

First thing, we match you with a therapist and schedule your first appointment. At this first appointment we will do a CDA (comprehensive diagnostic assessment) which is an in-depth assessment of your history (past major events in your life, prior psychological/therapeutic treatment, medications, etc.), your current situation (living arrangements, support system, etc.), your symptoms (depression, worry, stress, anxiety, fear, social struggles, anger, sleep disturbances) current health conditions which may or may not be affecting your mental health condition but are always a factor in your life. The purpose of this assessment is multi-faceted, serving to help your counselor develop a plan of care while identifying your unique needs. The second appointment is where you and your therapist develop your treatment plan, a document that states the goals you wish to reach, what it is you hope to gain from your time in therapy. *

* Conducting a CDA and developing a treatment plan within the first 2 to 3 sessions with your therapist is a universal best practice required by CMS. This office operates under the best practice guidelines set forth by the American Psychiatric Association and under the ethical guidelines set forth by each clinician’s licensure and within the parameters of IDAPA where applicable.
What services do you offer?

Ability Health and Rehabilitation offers Therapy/Counseling, Military Veterans Free Counseling Services, Medication Management, Skill Building/CBRS, Case Management, Peer Support Services, Respite and Internal Medicaid Transport Services *

* Not all insurances cover all of the services we offer. Please contact our office at 208-333-9578 to discuss with our staff which services your insurance will cover.
Do I have to come to the office to receive therapeutic services?

Ability Health and Rehabilitation recognizes that not all individuals can attend therapy/counseling in the office for various reasons, which is why we offer in home therapeutic services. *

* Based upon therapist availability. Not all insurances cover in home therapeutic services so minimal additional charges may apply.
I want to be seen in the office, but I don’t have transportation how can I receive services?

Ability Health and Rehabilitation is proud to be one of the few agencies in the Treasure Valley to offer internal transportation services. We offer Medicaid Transport from your home to the office and back home. Not all insurances cover transportation so we have built a low-cost structure to enable those who do not qualify for Idaho Medicaid Transport services to still receive assistance in obtaining the therapeutic services they want and deserve access too. *

* Due to the limitations of time, vehicles and drivers we can only offer transportation within a certain range of the office; please contact our transportation scheduler at 208-333-9578 to see if you fall within our transportation service area.
My child requires therapy/counseling, can they receive transportation services as well?

Ability Health and Rehabilitation offers Internal Transportation Services to all its members. However, it is our policy that we do not transport children without a parent present who are younger than primary school age. Children requiring a car seat must have one provided by the parent, however we do have booster seats available for children no longer legally required to be in a car seat. While we do transport children, picking them up from their home or school, parental involvement in youth therapy services is a crucial component of the child’s success in therapy. *

* All children requiring transportation pick up must have a signed consent by the parent or guardian allowing Ability Health and Rehabilitation to transport the child. Children who need to be picked up from their school by our transportation providers must have documentation on file at their school allowing the school to release the child to our transportation staff.
What types of therapy can I receive at your office?

The therapists at Ability Health and Rehabilitation are well versed in several therapeutic styles and modalities. Our staff has experience in Marriage and Family therapy, Trauma therapy, EMDR and much more. To determine if our staff members are experienced and able to provide a specific type of therapy please contact our office at 208-333-9578

How do I know what services my insurance covers?
There is two ways to determine what services your insurance covers. The first is to contact your insurance company through their member services line (number usually located on the back of your insurance card) or you can contact our office and we can reach out to your insurance to determine the level of coverage your insurance provides. If you would like our assistance with this, please contact our office at 208-333-9578. *
* We will need the information from your insurance card in order to contact your insurance to determine your benefit level, please have this information available when calling.
Do you offer weekend and evening services?

Our standard business hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm. However, we do offer evening and weekend hours by previously arranged appointment. Many of our field services providers work evenings and weekends, however, we do not work in the field past 8:00pm. We are currently hiring to expand our hours to better service our community and will update this section as necessary.

Do you have providers of both genders?

Ability Health and Rehabilitation has several different providers of both genders available in an attempt match our members with the best provider for their comfort and need. However, we do not have providers of each gender at this time for the services of peer support or medication management. *

* We strive to meet the needs of our community members and hire with those needs in mind. If you have a specific request or need please contact the office at 208-333-9578 to determine if we can meet your needs.
What conditions do you treat?

Our therapy providers are all licensed master’s level or above. All of our providers undergo continuing education and development to ensure they are equipped to meet the needs of our members and are current with best practice approaches. This means that our providers are capable of treating members of the community with most forms of mental illness or co-occurring disorders. Our providers will be the first to say if they feel they are unable to assist you in your mental health treatment/recovery goals.

Our current staff members have the credentials of PhD, LMFT, LMSW, PMHNP-BC.

My mental health symptoms prevent me or make it difficult for me to do certain things, is there a service that can assist me?

Depending on the symptoms and limitations you are experiencing we have several different services, such as Skill Building/CBRS, Behavioral Health Targeted Case Management and Peer Support) available to you. To determine which service best suits your needs please contact our office at 208-333-9578.

What areas of the treasure valley do you serve?

While we currently only have one office location our providers serve most of the Treasure Valley. Currently we work with individuals from Canyon and Ada County.

To determine if we can assist you with your needs please contact the office at 208-333-9578.

Do you offer telehealth services?

Unfortunately, at this time we are not set up to offer telehealth services. We are working to make this a viable option to be able to better assist members of our community in the outlying areas or who are homebound for one reason or another.

What insurances do you accept?

Ability Health and Rehabilitation accepts a multitude of various insurances. Please see our Accepted Insurances page for a detailed list. If you don’t see your insurance in the list please contact our office to see if we have recently credentialed with your insurance, If we are not currently credentialed with your insurance we will do everything within our power to do so in order to serve your needs. *

*Credentialing with insurance can be a lengthy process at times. You may choose to start services utilizing our sliding scale fees** prior to our becoming credentialed or you may choose to wait until we become credentialed. We will contact your insurance carrier and provide you with alternative providers who accept your insurance as we want to ensure that our lack of credentialing with your insurance does not delay your access to care.
I have limited income and no insurance; can I still receive therapeutic services?

Yes, we participate in a sliding scale program that is based off of your household size and income. Please contact our office at 208-333-9578 for an application.

Are your providers trained in religious or cultural sensitivities?

All of Ability Health and Rehabilitation staff members undergo training regarding religious and cultural sensitivity.

Is your office disability accessible?

Ability Health and Rehabilitation’s office is ADA accessible. We are a first-floor facility with two disability reserved parking spaces, wheelchair/walker sidewalk access, dual doors to accommodate wider wheelchair access as well as ADA complaint bathrooms, hallways and therapy room access. If you have questions about our ability to accommodate your needs, please contact our office at 208-333-9578.

Do you work with children and if so, how young?

Ability Health and Rehabilitation does work with children. At this time, we work with children age 5 and older. However, we are in the process of hiring a provider who has more experience working with younger children and will update this section once we have completed the hiring process and have our provider in place. For more information please contact the office at 208-333-9578.

Do you offer substance abuse treatment?

At this time, we are not actively offering substance abuse treatment but are in the process of submitting a credentialing application to be able to do so. Once we have received our credentialing, we will update this section as well as our services page. For further information please contact the office at 208-333-9578.

Do you work with the elderly?

Yes, we work with adults of all ages and all conditions from all walks of life.

Does your office have a medication provider?

Yes, we have a Nurse Practitioner on staff who is versed in psychotropic medication management and has prescribing privileges. We are currently hiring in this department. For more information please contact the office at 208-333-9578.

How many locations do you have?

At current we have one physical location, however, many of our providers work within the community and member’s homes. For more information please contact the office at 208-333-9578.