Courage to Connect

Everyone Thrives When We CONNECT With Our COMMUNITY!

Let’s work together in Valley County to bring meaningful CONNECTIONS to the people in our community. 

Are looking for ways to make healthy connections but don’t know where to start? We are here to provide you with the resources and tools so you can make connections or help your child make connections. 

West Central Mountains Events Calendar

Get involved!  There are a ton of great community events happening in Valley and Adams Counties for families and youth.

Youth riding bikes, staying healthy. CDH

CDH Offers Free Health Tools and Resources Online

The goal of the Storefront is to establish a trusted, consistent location for community members to access the tools that will impact their well-being, mental and physical health, including:

  • Overdose rescue and prevention education materials and supplies
  • Tobacco and vaping prevention materials
  • COVID-19 test kits
  • Suicide prevention resources

Who We Are

The Valley County Opioid Response Project (VCORP) was created in 2018 to address the opioid epidemic in Valley County. Central District Health received three grants from the Health Resources & Service Administration (HRSA) and the Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) that funded the efforts of VCORP. The first grant was a planning grant in 2018 for $200,000 to develop strategies to reduce opioid use and overdoses. The second was a $1 million from 2020 to 2023 to implement prevention, treatment, and recovery services to reduce opioid use and overdoses. In 2022 Central District Health was awarded a third grant for $2 million for four years to improve the capacity of the behavioral health care system. In 2022 VCORP expanded its grant service area to include Adams County.

VCORP McCall Youth Event
VCORP youth event
Ignite Idaho and Western Central Mountains Youth Advocacy Coalition (YAC) are subgrantees of the current grant. Dr. Royce Hutson is contracted to provide evaluation and strategic planning services. Together, CDH, the subgrantees, and the VCORP Consortium will address prevention, treatment, and recovery in Valley County activities specified by the grant.

VCORP is a collaborative consortium of partners from Valley and Adams counties and works to increase collaborative relationships between multi-sector stakeholders, including clinical, and behavioral health. 

The Valley County Opioid Response Project (VCORP) Consortium meets monthly and community members are welcome to attend.

Agency Partners

About VCORP:


We envision a community where all individuals have the opportunity to thrive, develop resiliency, and live to their full potential


To mobilize community strengths to improve the physical and mental well-being of youth, families, and individuals through innovative initiatives in the West Central Mountains.


Collaboration | Compassion | Excellence | Inclusiveness| Innovativeness | Adventurous


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Finding the courage to speak up sometimes means asking for help during the process. Often, when we share our stories, we realize we have feelings to address or need additional resources as part of our continued healing. Ignite Idaho Family Resource Center is here for you, every step of the way, with the resources you need to heal and thrive.

Learn more at (208) 994-5537 or

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The Youth Advocacy Coalition (YAC) promotes wellness and healthy lifestyles in youth and their families by providing education, resources, and meaningful opportunities for social connectedness. We harness the energy of our entire community to create an environment where youth can thrive.

Learn more at


This program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $2,000,000 with 0% financed with non-governmental sources.