Family Services Alliance of Southeast Idaho Inc

A nonprofit organization

$2,715 raised by 43 donors

Family Services Alliance of SE Idaho (FSA) operates the following programs: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault & Stalking Advocacy, Family Support, and Counseling for Survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking.

Services provided in Bannock, Caribou and Power Counties during 2014:

"I am moving on from a bad relationship. I realize I can’t do it on my own so I am seeking help through counseling and group."

  • Over 1,450 new clients received support on their road to a violence free life
  • Over 2,300 callers received crisis intervention
  • Over 1,000 teens participated in healthy relationship skill building activities
  • Children spent quality time with their non-custodial parent through supervised visitations
  • Over 150 adult survivors started on their path to healing through trauma informed therapy
  • Over 175 children learned to express their emotions appropriately through play therapy
  • Families worked together to build healthy attachments
  • Idaho State University students and staff received caring support
  • Rural area individuals received support in their communities
  • Stalking victims increased their technological safety and overall awareness through training
  • Victims with PTSD have access to certified EMDR counseling


Group Services: 

“I still struggle but I found some of my strength and I’m now moving forward in my life.”

  • Sexual assault survivors begin recovery processes through group therapy and restorative yoga
  • LGBTQ survivors process relationship abuse free from judgment in the LGBTQ specific group
  • Survivors further enhance self-confidence in the therapeutic group
  • Survivors put together an action plan to remain safe for the future in the safety planning group
  • Kids ages 0-8 develop safety and communication skills in the children’s group
  • Pre-teens ages 9-13 work to build healthy friendship skills in the pre-teen group
  • Teens ages 14-18 participate in building healthy relationship skills in teen group
  • Victims displaying symptoms of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) from trauma begin to heal in DID support group
  • Community participates in free Trauma Sensitive Restorative Yoga class, teaching relaxation and centering through beginners yoga techniques


Prevention Efforts:

“I have become very strong and independent. I stand up for me and my kids.  That has a lot to do with the support of FSA.”

  • Mentored student leaders who encourage their peers to be violence free
  • Elementary age students developed healthy friendship skills through partnership presentations
  • Awareness events held to educate community on working toward a world free from violence


Empowering Survivors:

“I will not let this unfortunate situation get me down.  I will survive and be stronger because of it.”

  • Survivors gain knowledge of legal resources
  • Survivors take their first steps toward building and setting healthy boundaries
  • Client safety against continued violence increases after assistance filing protection orders
  • Victims (and their children) have a safe place to live while escaping abusive relationships
  • Victims of human trafficking discover the path to true freedom with advocacy assistance


**All services are available in Spanish**


Organization Data


Organization name

Family Services Alliance of Southeast Idaho Inc

Tax id (EIN)



Children & Family




(208) 232-0742