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Disability Services

  1. Work and Education

    Counseling and guidance is provided for people with disabilities to fulfill employment goals and achieve independence. Eligibility is determined for anyone who has a physical or mental disability, which makes it challenging to get or continue employment.  

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  2. Veterans Services

    The Office of Veterans Advocacy is a full-service state agency that helps veterans, their family members and survivors. As an advocate we aggressively pursue all federal and state benefits and entitlements on their behalf.

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  3. Veterans Services

    Idaho Division of Veterans Services operates three Veterans Homes in Boise, Lewiston and Pocatello. All three homes share a common goal of providing responsive medical and supportive care to veterans who can no longer provide for themselves.

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  4. Healthcare

    Community health centers provide primary healthcare services to patients across Idaho regardless of income or insurance status.

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  5. Healthcare

    The Pocatello Free Clinic is a non-profit healthcare organization, providing outpatient primary care medical services, medication assistance, and dental support for low-income, uninsured individuals at no-cost.

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  6. Family Services

    Provides early intervention services for eligible children birth to three years of age who have a developmental delay or condition that may result in a developmental delay.

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  7. Healthcare

    Idaho Sound Beginnings (ISB) monitors newborn hearing screenings throughout the state, and tracks the children that don't pass through the 1-3-6 Early Hearing Detection and Intervention benchmarks.

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  8. Family Services

    Developmental Milestones helps you understand and meet the developmental, social-emotional, health, and educational needs of your child. 

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  9. Work and Education

    The Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ICBVI) is a state agency assisting blind and visually impaired persons to achieve independence by providing education, developing work skills, increasing self-confidence and helping them remain employed or prepare for employment. 

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  10. Family Services

    The Children's Developmental Disabilities program provides community based services for children with developmental disabilities. 

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  11. Healthcare

    Hands of Hope NW loans durable medical equipment for up to six months. There is no charge for this service, but donations are appreciated. Equipment available includes wheelchairs, walkers, hospital beds, and bath chairs.

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  12. Food and Nutrition

    The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) promotes health and well-being of children and adults by providing meal and snack reimbursement to eligible child care and adult day cares throughout the State of Idaho.

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