Our Vision

Payee Services

Appointed by Social Security Administration, we can manage or direct Social Security or SSI benefits for those who qualify.

Nurse Consultant - Anika Phillips

I am so excited to be a part of the HISway team!  I am a Bachelor's prepared registered nurse and have been practicing in Idaho for over 20 years.  I have worked as a nurse in Medical/Surgical, Skilled Nursing Facilities and Urgent Care.  

I recently returned from a medical mission trip to Kenya, Africa where I found a new love of mission nursing.  I just love being a nurse!  

I grew up on a family farm in Fruitland, Idaho and still go home once a week.  I am also the proud mom of two teenage boys.  We enjoy camping, traveling, and watching movies.  I am truly blessed to have found such a welcoming team to be a part of at HISway.

Alpine Behavioral Health Clinic

Devoted to passionately serving and advocating for our clients, Alpine Behavioral Health serves the mental health needs of the general public and refugee community.   

HISway's vision is to furnish services to people who have developmental disabilities to promote greater independence and awareness.  

Services provided by HISway are to enhance self-sufficiency, medical care, and personal development of persons in our care in accordance with the concept of normalization and using programs that provide the least restrictive environment.

The goals are to assist clients to gain awareness and insight and encourage them to explore solution-focused alternatives for day-to-day problems.

Other Services (Open to Public)

  • No-fee second-hand SWAP shop 
  • Food pantry

Our Services = Our Strengths

Residential Habilitation Services

An integrated array of individually-tailored services and supports are designed to assist participants to reside successfully in their own homes.

Community-Based Activities

Full lives require a full calendar of activities and opportunities for both participants and community members.

Developmental Disability Community and Center-Based Therapy (DDA Program)

Non-residential in nature, community-based services are offered to support people with developmental disabilities to have full lives where they are included and are active citizens.