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Child Care

  1. Healthcare

    Immunizations help to protect our community from common communicable diseases. Central District Health offers a full range of vaccines for children from birth through 18 years. 

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  2. Family Services

    Our daycare, Hope Lane Learning Center, is a preschool and after school program for children 6 weeks to twelve years of age. Hope Lane is open to the community and provides a safe, nurturing environment with fun, focused learning activities for all ages.

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  3. Family Services

    Advocates Against Family Violence provides advocacy for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

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  4. Financial

    A 529 Plan is an education savings plan operated by a state or educational institution and designed to help families set aside funds for K-12 and higher education goals. 

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  5. Behavioral Health

    Treatment for youth with Serious Emotional Disturbance is provided through Medicaid for eligible families. 

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  6. Family Services

    Want to strengthen your parenting skills? Join us for our parenting support group. Everyone in the family is welcome! Free meal and resources available. Email: enroll@familyadvocates.org or call 208-345-3344 ext. 1015

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  7. Family Services

    The Idaho Child Care Program helps low income families pay for child care so they can work or participate in training or school.

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  8. Healthcare

    The Children’s Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, is a low-cost health coverage program for children under age 19 whose family income is too high to qualify for Medicaid.

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  9. Healthcare

    The Medicaid program for children provides free health coverage to those individuals who meet the eligibility criteria.

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  10. Healthcare

    The Medicaid program for parents and caretaker relatives of children provides free healthcare to those individuals who meet the eligibility criteria.

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  11. Food and Nutrition

    The Women, Infants, & Children Program, also known as WIC, helps Idaho families by providing checks to buy healthy foods from local grocery stores.

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