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Help With Education

  1. Work and Education

    Successful Transition and Retention Track (START), located at Idaho State University, provides social and academic support for participants as they manage barriers while they are pursuing academic, career, and life goals. 

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    Center for New Directions (CND), located at Idaho State University, assists men and women in transition to overcome personal and economic barriers to education and employment, to access training programs and job opportunities, and to become personally and economically self-sufficient.

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  3. Healthcare

    Genesis is a free medical, dental, and mental health clinic to those who are uninsured and low-income. We also offer Community Health Workers to connect individuals with social health resources such as food, education, and employment.

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  4. Work and Education

    Adult Education helps adults improve skills in reading, writing, math, and the English language. Services are free, and cover basic literacy through college readiness.

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  5. Veterans Services

    Education benefits may be used for undergraduate or graduate degrees, vocational certifications, on-the-job training, and high school diploma programs.  Approvals may extend to educational programs for flight training, college correspondence, and professional license and certification.

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  6. Work and Education

    The School of Human Resource Solutions provides classroom training that concentrates on a variety of computer and office skills valued by area employers. 

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  7. Work and Education

    Free, state-wide audio book and magazine library for anyone unable to read standard print due to a physical disability.

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  8. Work and Education

    The LiLI Databases (LiLI-D) are your link to top quality articles, magazines, professional journals, newspapers, reference books and more. It is a FREE service to all Idaho residents.

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  9. Work and Education

    Idaho Job Corps can help youth age 16-24 and struggling to finish high school or college.

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  10. Family Services

    Parents as Teachers is a free in-home program that helps guide parents through the important stages of their child's development and gives them tools for success. The program is open to parents with children from birth to kindergarten age. Additional qualifications apply. 

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  11. 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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