Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services The Shoshone-Bannock THHS Department is governed and operated by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes & jointly AAAHC accredited with Fort Hall IHS.

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services Programs and contact information Administration 478-3863 Community Health Nursing 238-5435 Community Health Representatives 478-3967 Counseling and Family Services 237-5631 Diabetes Project 238-5435 Fort Hall Recreation 478-3770 Four Directions Treatment Center 236-1007 Health Education 478-3965 Purchased and Referred Care 238-5430 Social Services 478-3863 Victims Assistance Program 478-3992 Not-tsoo Gah-nee Clinic 238-5400

Mission: The mission of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services (THHS) is to promote the physical and emotional wellness of Native Americans by providing the highest quality of health care.

May is Mental Health Month.  Manage overwhelming feelings with the 5-4-3-2-1 grounding technique.  If you need to talk t...
05/28/2020

May is Mental Health Month. Manage overwhelming feelings with the 5-4-3-2-1 grounding technique. If you need to talk to someone contact Counseling & Family Services.

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services's cover photo
05/27/2020

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services's cover photo

Counseling and Family Services is hosting Keys to Financial Success. It is a weekly zoom class taught by Akaila Martin. ...
05/26/2020

Counseling and Family Services is hosting Keys to Financial Success. It is a weekly zoom class taught by Akaila Martin. There are still three sessions left on June 3rd, June 10th, and June 17th. Wednesdays at 10 am. Please join us!! See flyer for zoom ID and password.

05/22/2020
CDC: Tips from Former Smokers - Nathan: "I never smoked a day in my life!"

Nathan, was a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe, he had permanent lung damage. He never smoked cigarettes, but for 11 years he worked at a casino that allowed smoking. After breathing people’s cigarette smoke daily, Nathan began to have frequent asthma attacks triggered by the secondhand smoke. “You could see the smoke hovering inside the casino,” he recalled. He died on September 17, 2013. He was 54.

May 31, 2020 is NO WORLD TOBACCO DAY. Not only is commercial tobacco dangerous to those who choose to smoke, vape or chew it. The second hand smoke can have negative affects on those around us including our parents and children. Please take this time to try to quit commercial tobacco and encourage those you love to give up commercial tobacco.

https://youtu.be/qt3swYQNOeA

Nathan was Lakota, a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe, and never smoked. However, he worked in a facility where smoking was allowed, and experienced health p...

The Counseling & Family Services Program will be hosting two ZOOM groups that are open to the community, feel free to fo...
05/22/2020

The Counseling & Family Services Program will be hosting two ZOOM groups that are open to the community, feel free to forward and share. The groups will be:

1) Love and Logic Parenting Group
2) Question, Persuade and Refer - Suicide Intervention Training

Fort Hall Indian Health Service and Tribal Health & Human Services Department - Phone Services Down
05/19/2020

Fort Hall Indian Health Service and Tribal Health & Human Services Department - Phone Services Down

Life Skill and Talking Circle new flyer with new ID and password numbers for this week!
05/18/2020

Life Skill and Talking Circle new flyer with new ID and password numbers for this week!

All Addiction Support Meeting latest flyer with new call in ZOOM ID and passwords.
05/18/2020

All Addiction Support Meeting latest flyer with new call in ZOOM ID and passwords.

Register for the 100 mile walking club!  Registration starts May 18, 2020.  We will log our miles from June 1, 2020 thro...
05/15/2020

Register for the 100 mile walking club! Registration starts May 18, 2020. We will log our miles from June 1, 2020 through August 24, 2020. This is something fun to do outside that is safe and will help keep your body and mind healthy! For more information you can call Iola Hernandez in Health Education at 208-478-3964 M-F from 8-12/1-5. You can pick up a registration packet at the Health Education office or we can email one to you.

05/14/2020
How to Make Your own Face Covering

How to Make Your own Face Covering

Surgeon General, Dr. Jerome Adams, shares ways to create your own face covering in a few easy steps. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with ou...

05/14/2020
When and how to use hand sanitiser

When and how to use hand sanitiser

CDC recommends washing hands with soap and water whenever possible because hand washing reduces the amounts of all types of germs and chemicals on hands.

May 31st is No World Tobacco Day.  The goal is to provide young people with the knowledge required to easily detect indu...
05/13/2020

May 31st is No World Tobacco Day. The goal is to provide young people with the knowledge required to easily detect industry manipulation and give them the tools to say no when faced with tactics, thereby empowering our young people to stand up against the temptation of nicotine.
This is especially important right now as studies show that smokers have a higher risk for a more severe case of coronavirus when they are nicotine users. WHO calls on all young people to join the fight to become a tobacco-free generation.
For more information on No World Tobacco Day visit https://www.who.int/tobacco/wntd/en/
If you want to quit or are thinking about quitting you can call Project Filter for counseling and nicotine replacement therapy (gum, patches). 1-800-QUIT-NOW
If you have any other questions regarding smoking or vaping cessation call the Health Education Department at 208-478-3965/3937/3864.

Counseling & Family Services will be hosting a Zoom educational group on Keys to Financial Success.  Feel free to share!
05/11/2020

Counseling & Family Services will be hosting a Zoom educational group on Keys to Financial Success. Feel free to share!

Peer Recovery Support Services All Addictions Support Meeting.
05/11/2020

Peer Recovery Support Services All Addictions Support Meeting.

Peer Recovery Support Services Life Skills and Talking Circle ZOOM Meetings
05/11/2020

Peer Recovery Support Services Life Skills and Talking Circle ZOOM Meetings

04/24/2020
Fort Hall Indian Health Service Update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
03/19/2020

Fort Hall Indian Health Service Update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

03/18/2020

Community sorry for the lack of news for a short period. Computer troubles, but up and going now! Thank you for being patient!😊

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services's cover photo
03/17/2020

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services's cover photo

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services
03/17/2020

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Health and Human Services

Chief Taghee celebrating Wear Red Day!
02/10/2020

Chief Taghee celebrating Wear Red Day!

Chief Tahgee wearing red.#CTEA #AmericanHeartAssociation #GoRedForWomen #WearRedAndGive

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Diabetes Project will be presenting "A Healthy Heart for Happy Memories", at the Elder Nutrition...
02/10/2020

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Diabetes Project will be presenting "A Healthy Heart for Happy Memories", at the Elder Nutrition.

Indian Health Service and Tribal Health & Human Services Department celebrated Wear Red Day on February 7, 2020.
02/10/2020

Indian Health Service and Tribal Health & Human Services Department celebrated Wear Red Day on February 7, 2020.

The Health Education Program would like to welcome Amos Wright, a senior attending Idaho State University.  Amos will be...
02/06/2020

The Health Education Program would like to welcome Amos Wright, a senior attending Idaho State University. Amos will be working with us for a little while, so if you see him around say hi to him.

Anger Management Group sponsored by Counseling & Family Services.  Call 208-478-4026 for other upcoming group classes.
02/05/2020

Anger Management Group sponsored by Counseling & Family Services. Call 208-478-4026 for other upcoming group classes.

National Wear Red Day February 7, 2020.  Wear red Friday to celebrate Women's Day!  Commit to Better Health!
02/03/2020

National Wear Red Day February 7, 2020. Wear red Friday to celebrate Women's Day! Commit to Better Health!

Important information from the Center of Disease Control about the new virus - Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Respirator...
01/30/2020

Important information from the Center of Disease Control about the new virus - Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Respiratory illness in people that can spread from person to person. Please read for your protection.

Fort Hall Recreation invites the families for Family Time.  Go to the Deleta Skating Rink for $1, or sign up for Ski Les...
01/08/2020

Fort Hall Recreation invites the families for Family Time. Go to the Deleta Skating Rink for $1, or sign up for Ski Lessons. Call Recreation for more information at 208.478.3770.

Save the date! Mini Heart Health Fair to be held at the Not-Tsoo Gah-Nee IHS.  February is National Heart Awareness Day....
01/08/2020

Save the date! Mini Heart Health Fair to be held at the Not-Tsoo Gah-Nee IHS. February is National Heart Awareness Day. Come visit the booths scattered thoughout the IHS clinic.

Join us for a new year with physical activity such as Zumba, and new is Zumba on Saturdays;  Newe Dance, Step Class, Gro...
12/30/2019

Join us for a new year with physical activity such as Zumba, and new is Zumba on Saturdays; Newe Dance, Step Class, Group Fitness, Fort Hall CORE, Kid's Dance and the Yoga Class.

Women's Weight Loss Challenge.  A eight week fitness class that can help you get a kick start for 2020.  We will have se...
12/30/2019

Women's Weight Loss Challenge. A eight week fitness class that can help you get a kick start for 2020. We will have several winners for different components of competition. See you January 6, 2020.

Indian Health Service closure for holidays- closed on December 24 & December 25, 2019.  You can call in to the automated...
12/20/2019

Indian Health Service closure for holidays- closed on December 24 & December 25, 2019. You can call in to the automated refill system to refill medication. IHS will open on December 26 by urgent appointments only, dental department will be opened at 10 am for urgent appointments only.

Tobacco Cessation Program can help you quit.  Try for free four consecutive session classes.  Receive professional suppo...
12/19/2019

Tobacco Cessation Program can help you quit. Try for free four consecutive session classes. Receive professional support and encouragement. Starts January 8th and ends January 29th. All classes are at noon-1 pm. Held at the Fort Hall Indian Health Clinic.

Learn about a emergency medicine that prevents overdose death from prescription painkillers, heroin, and fentanyl.  Call...
12/12/2019

Learn about a emergency medicine that prevents overdose death from prescription painkillers, heroin, and fentanyl. Call to make an appointment with Health Education 208-478-3937.

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Mission Rd
Fort Hall, ID
83203

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Approval for this page was received from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Business Council on 2/15/13

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

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Chief Tahgee wearing red.#CTEA #AmericanHeartAssociation #GoRedForWomen #WearRedAndGive
We invite people to follow Not-tsoo Gah-nee Indian Health Center on facebook @Fort Hall Indian Health Service for up to date clinic information.
My father, Bruce L Cutler is an enlisted tribal member who has spent his entire life practicing and adhering to tribal traditions. He is in the hospital in Pocatello and according to his beliefs a “healer” can help him. It does not matter what I believe, but I know without any doubt that his beliefs if upheld will be of great benefit so his beliefs MUST be upheld to the best of my ability.I have searched everywhere and I can not find helpful information. I am leaving Denver Colorado right now for the doctor at portneuf medical center expressed to my grandmother that he is not well. They placed him on a ventilator but if he doesn’t take to it he will not last longer than 2 days. Maybe it is his time to move on even if that is the case it must be done in the tradition of his beliefs. I hope I am making sense I am slightly lacking in all tribal ways and lingo, but my father is not. I am not trying to get anyone in trouble or asking for a miracle. I love my father he is a good man and I respect his beliefs. Is there anyone that can visit him at the hospital and say a simple prayer or heal him or help him die well or something? I’m begging you to ask anyone or everyone that might help to please help.
Counseling and Family Services - the Tribes outpatient Mental Health Progam is available to help people that are struggling with stress, anxiety and depression. If you are in need of help or know someone that is please call us at 208-478-4026 or you can contact our Crisis Intervention Team 24/7 at 208-238-4000. Be well...
Wednesday evening at 5:30 pm in the TBC Chambers. Refreshments and door prizes.