There are a number of reasons Integrated Interventions chose Coeur d’Alene as a home base for our transition program. Coeur d’Alene is a growing community that has gained a reputation throughout the nation as an amazing travel destination as well as a top place to live.  

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Our community is located within walking distance of two lakes, less than an hour drive to four different ski areas, and more hiking trails within an hour’s drive than one can count.  Other activities common to our area are snowshoeing in the winter months, paddle boarding, boating, and most outdoor activities.

Coeur d’Alene continues to diversify as it has become a more popular destination over the years.  In the heart of downtown CDA we have the Human Rights Institute. The Human Rights Institute hosts a number of exhibits throughout the year promoting acceptance and diversity and is a good placement for volunteer opportunities in the community.

CDA has also over the years hosted a number of Ironman events.  Currently each summer our city hosts an Ironman 70.3, CDA Marathon, CDA Crossing, and the Coeur d’Fondo.  There are many opportunities for student to get involved in the triathlon community whether it is to compete or volunteer on race day.

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There is also access to a number of activities that promote wellness in our community.  Our community offers guided meditation groups, skilled mental health practitioners, access to higher education through North Idaho College, University of Idaho, Boise State University, and NIC workforce training(vocational).

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