​Challis Area Health Center

In October, the Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals (DITEP) came to present to the District 181 teachers and administrators. DITEP's goal is to "train school administrators and nurses in a systematic approach to recognizing and evaluating individuals in the academic environment that are abusing or impaired by drugs, both legal and illegal." We are grateful for their time and expertise, thankful that they've helped to better equip our school professionals to ultimately help our students and community.

2019 Health Fair 

St. Luke's Simulation Training 

2019 Health Fair 

A St. Luke's Boise team came up to Challis to do an Emergency OB training for our clinic staff and EMS team! We are so grateful for the partnership we have with St. Luke's and their willingness to come to train our providers and medical staff on situations we may encounter in rural health care. 

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Wednesday 7:00 am - 5:30 pm​

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DITEP Training

Richard from IROC2 came to Challis to give a presentation on promoting responsible use of technology and preventing digital abuse. Richard's research and expertise in this field opened our eyes to things we never thought were possible. He provided ways to use technology for good, but also made us aware of the ways that people use it for bad and how to help ourselves and our children make healthy and aware choices. He then went to speak to the elementary, middle and high school students. If you weren't able to attend we highly recommend you check out their website - IROC2.org

Thank you to everyone who came to join in the 2019 Challis Health Fair!