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Provides services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Services include counseling, habilitative supports and intervention, and respite care.
Disabilities, Mental Health
Offers therapy for children and families, CBRS, developmental disability services, and more. Counseling services are low cost and based on income.
Provides mental health services to children and adults. Services include counseling, therapy, CBRS, respite care, habilitative supports and intervention.
Provides transit services to those who cannot access regular bus service because of a disability.
Personal Safety (Abuse)
Recruits and trains volunteers to serve as advocates for incapacitated adults.
Assistance with rent, utilities, medical bills, cremation, property tax relief, trash bill exemption, and more.
Provides assistance to newly arrived refugees. Services include case management, education, employment assitance, immigration services, and more. Call or see website for more information.
Substance Abuse, Support Groups
Support groups for families and friends of alcoholics. Meetings are held throughout the state of Idaho. See website for meeting schedules.
Substance Abuse, Support Groups
Support group for teens who have relatives or friends who suffer from alcoholism.
Provides services to adults and children. Services include counseling, medication management, play therapy, and case management. Medicaid accepted and sliding scale option for those without insurance.
Provides free HIV testing, food pantry, and other assistance for those living with HIV and AIDS. Education materials and trainings also provided. Please call for assistance.
Support group for caregivers of individuals who have alzheimers. Support groups are also in Boise, Eagle, Nampa, Caldwell, Kuna, and Emmett.
Resources for army families. Variety of resources that can help with finances, family life, education and careers. See website for more information.
Substance abuse treatment for adults and adolescents. Other services include alcohol/drug classes, anger management classes, outpatient relapse prevention, individual and family therapy. See website for more.
Support group open to new parents and babies (0–12 months). Classes are free.
Educational program for pregnant women who have limited income and live in Ada County. Attend classes and learn about prenatal care, taking care of a newborn, nutrition, dental hygeine and more. Diapers, wipes, clothing and other baby items are provided.
Provides basic dental care for children and adults at lower fees.
Support group for parents of children who are experiencing behavioral issues such as drug or alcohol abuse, missing school, or other crises. Call or email for meeting times and locations.
Online tool that helps find programs for older adults that could help pay for medications, health care, food, and more.
Provides support, education and socialization to people with COPD or another chronic lung disease, their family members and their caregivers.
Public housing program for low income families, elderly, and people with disabilities. Must meet income limits to apply for rentals. See website for list of available rentals,income guidelines, and how to apply.
Limited number of free $24 store value bus passes to those who qualify every 1st & 3rd Wednesday at 2:00 - based on lottery system.
Geoff Hall 208-422-1000 ext. 7516
Free dental services for veterans. Call for more information.