Lifeways Hospital Boise

8050 W Northview St, Boise, ID 83704 Google Maps
208-327-0504

As part of our values and mission as a non-profit, comprehensive behavioral health organization, Lifeways, Inc., acquired a 16-bed adult psychiatric acute care hospital in Boise, Idaho on January 1, 2019 from Safe Haven. The newly named Lifeways Hospital will serve the region by maintaining open psychiatric beds in an area with significant local and intrastate need for residents with severe and persistent mental illness. The hospital’s ease of access will allow families connectivity with their loved ones during inpatient psychiatric care.

Lifeways’ dedicated, professional, mission-driven staff will continue to provide clients the high-level of support and individualized care they need to achieve mental and emotional health and well-being. Clients receive 24-hour supervision and on call emergency coverage. Services offered include medication management, individual therapy, group therapy, skills training, activity therapy, and support in community reintegration. Our goal is to provide a safe place for psychiatric recovery and stabilization

Sarah Bodily

Meet Sarah! She is the Director of Recreational Therapy at Lifeways Hospital in Boise. She also oversees the Therapeutic Program and Unit Schedule while also developing the sensory room for the unit. She has been a Recreational Therapist for 2.5 years and has held that title with Lifeways for 1 year and was part of the initial staff at Lifeways Hospital when it was opened! At the Salt Lake VA, Sarah not only completed her internship but she also helped revamp their recreational therapy assessment and helped organize several events within the VA. She has experience working with developmentally delayed children and using hippotherapy as their primary intervention while she lived in Rexburg, Idaho.

Sarah earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Science in Recreation Management with an emphasis in Therapeutic Recreation from BYU-Idaho. While at BYU-I she was the University’s activities publicity manager and oversaw the advertising for events happening on Campus. Sarah also volunteered in an assisted living facility in their recreation therapy department while completing her degree. She was also offered a job as a recreation therapist in Boise right after graduation. She is also a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist.

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