Collaboration for greater good

Collaboration for greater good

Two companies have come together in Coeur dAlene, Idaho to provide an array of services for those struggling with substance abuse and addiction.

Ideal Option and Brick House Recovery now share a building at 3918 N. Schreiber Way, providing medicationassisted treatment and faithbased addiction recovery support.

Since 2012, Ideal Option has helped more than 60,000 patients across the U.S., including 663 in Idaho this year alone. The company offers two standalone clinics in Coeur dAlene and Lewiston as well as satellite clinics in Sandpoint and Kellogg, plus four other locations in Boise, Caldwell, Idaho Falls and Pocatello.

Brick House Recovery was founded in 2014 by CEO Jason Coombs to provide effective outpatient treatment for adults struggling with substance abuse and cooccurring disorders based on faith, centered around family and offering lifetime contracts for clients who complete programming. Its Partial Hospitalization Program is offered at its Coeur dAlene location for those experiencing increased symptoms or disturbances that negatively affect their mental or behavioral health.

The two companies decided to join forces when Ideal Option relocated to a larger facility last August a move that prompted an open house Nov. 4 to introduce both organizations to the community. Now under one roof, clients can access the resources of both entities without having to build relationships with multiple providers. People recover in relationships,” said Coombs,not buildings.”

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