Frontier Behavioral Health’s services are designed to meet the needs of adults, youth and elders who are dealing with a wide range of mental health and emotional issues, including individuals who are also impacted by substance use disorders. We are committed to having a positive impact on the lives of those we serve, and in so doing contributing to the health, safety, and quality of life in our communities.

FBH team member since 2010

FBH team member since 2010

Our professional, compassionate staff actively partner with those we serve in the treatment process, drawing upon their strengths and involving family members or other support persons where possible. In most service areas our team of committed providers includes a Peer Support Specialist, which is an individual living with a mental illness who has received specialized training in assisting others in their treatment. Our service approach focuses on each individual’s unique circumstances and goals in treatment. While mental illness affects each person differently, we firmly believe that with appropriate treatment individuals living with a mental illness can lead a fulfilling and meaningful life, and we consider it an honor and a privilege to assist them in this journey.

Below are just a few examples of the positive impact Frontier Behavioral Health has had in the lives of those directly or indirectly affected by mental illness.

“Now I finally know what is wrong with my child. The testing helped me understand his difficulties. Before you tested him I didn’t know what to do. All this time I thought something else was wrong with him. Thank you so much. Now I can help him by going in the right direction.”

-Parent of a child receiving services through Children & Family


“Once again you helped my parents with transportation. Thank you for the services you provide to the elderly in the Spokane area.”

-Family member of a client utilizing Care Cars through Elder Services


“I have nothing but utter praise for how this office performs. Staff members are polite and courteous. Keep up the good work, it is appreciated.”

-Client receiving services through Frontier Behavioral Health