Education About Disabilities/Diagnoses

Programs that offer workshops, discussion groups, activities and other types of training that sensitize participants to people with disabilities, visible differences, and mental health and mental illness. Includes information for individuals and families with these conditions, as well as information to help others experience what it is like to have a disability, and share techniques for positive communication and interaction with people who have disabilities. (Adapted from AIRS PH-6200.1850 Disability Awareness Programs )

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100 Warm Springs Ave
Boise, ID 83712
Phone: 208-344-4340
Address:
100 Warm Springs Ave
Boise, ID 83712
Phone: 208-344-4340
Services Provided: The Epilepsy Foundation of Idaho (EFI) leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy. The Epilepsy Foundation of Idaho serves our state as the principal advocate for the epilepsy community; over 22,000 people in Idaho are living with epilepsy or seizure-related conditions.
*This office oversees Epilepsy Foundation of Idaho in Boise, Coeur d'Alene and Idaho Falls.
*Serves children and adults with epilepsy, their families, and other interested persons through a broad range of programs including: Emergency financial assistance for purchase of anti epileptic drugs, support groups, parent and family networks, counseling, advocacy, and information and assistance. Scholarships for students with epilepsy.

Through its HOPE (Helping Other People with Epilepsy) program, The Epilepsy Foundation of Idaho provides epilepsy education for general audiences, including specific programs for the senior and Hispanic populations, their families, care givers/providers, and health professionals. To make arrangements for a presentation or for more information contact the appropriate office for your area.

Managing Students with Seizures – School Nurse Training Program
The School Nurse Training Program is a continuing education training program designed to provide the school nurse with information, strategies and resources that will enable him/her to better manage the student with seizures by:
•Supporting positive treatment outcomes
•Maximizing educational and developmental opportunities
•Ensuring a safe and supportive environment

A continuing education course (3.2 contact hours) is available online through a partnership with the National Association of School Nurses. See website for more details.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 12/31/2019

American Falls, ID

Organization Name: Health District 6 (Southeastern)
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Address:
590 1/2 Gifford
American Falls, ID 83211
Phone: 208-226-5096
Fax: 208-226-7145
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-4 years automatica
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-239-5208

SWINE FLU HOTLINE FOR REGION 6 PHONE # 208-234-5888

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/8/2020

Arco, ID

Organization Name: Health District 6 (Southeastern)
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Address:
178 Sunset Dr
Arco, ID 83213
Phone: 208-527-3463
Fax: 208-527-3972
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0 - 5 years automat
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-239-5208

SWINE FLU HOTLINE FOR REGION 6 PHONE # 208-234-5888

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/8/2020

Bellevue, ID

Organization Name: Health District 5 (South Central)
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Address:
117 E Ash St
Bellevue, ID 83313
Phone: 208-788-4335
Fax: 208-788-0098
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-737-5981

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest Public Health District for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Plan Reviews,Permits, Inspections).

FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials are available upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health districts provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health district or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health District to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health district will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them. NOTE: Call the Bellevue office to make appointments in Carey, Idaho.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/2/2019

Blackfoot, ID

Organization Name: Health District 6 (Southeastern)
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Address:
326 Poplar St
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-2160
Fax: 208-785-6372
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-239-5208

SWINE FLU HOTLINE FOR REGION 6 PHONE # 208-234-5888


DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/9/2020

Boise, ID

Organization Name: Autism Society of America - Treasure Valley Chapter
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Address:
P.O. Box 44831
Boise, ID 83711
Phone: 208-336-5676
Email: autism.asatvc@yahoo.com
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Events/Services include:
Hold monthly informational presentations with professional speakers, and community advocates (2nd Monday of each month, 7pm at St Luke’s Meridian Medical Center)
Provide information about services and programs in the Treasure Valley
Give scholarships toward workshops, conferences, & camps to autistic individuals and parents
Sponsor community events and training which support autistic individuals and their families: Free To Be Wild night at the Boise Zoo; iCan Shine Bike Camp; Idaho Partnerships Conference on Human Services; Wrightslaw Special Education & Advocacy Training
Present annual autism-friendly events: Easter Egg Hunt, Summer Picnic, Halloween Harvest Party, Holiday Jubilee
Coordinate annual Run For Autism (April) and Ride For Autism (September), events which raise community awareness about and acceptance of autism in the Treasure Valley
Participate in legislative advocacy
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/27/2019
Organization Name: Central District Health Department
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Address:
707 N. Armstrong Place
Boise, ID 83704–0825
Phone: 208-375-5211
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: pregnant, breastfeeding, or non-nursing women within 6 months postpartum; children, newborn to 5 years old; reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines (participatin
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-321-2215

Swine Flu Hotline for Region 4 - 208-321-2222
DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. The Public Health Preparedness office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Public Pools.
**Land Development Programs include: Mortgage Surveys; Public Water Systems; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH (Family Planning): Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request. Applications for temporary Medicaid cards for prenatal care are available.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department. Routine childhood vaccinations are offered at low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Please call the local health department to schedule an appointment. The Health Department will bill your insurance company. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them, always take your immunizations records to each appointment.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women up to one year postpartum, non-nursing women up t 6 months postpartum; Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, are U.S. Citizens or have an Alien ID card, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 40-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test (priority given); age 30-49 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form); age 30-39 with symptoms suspicious of cervical cancer, confirmed by healthcare provider, age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 12/20/2019
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Division of Public Health
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Address:
450 W State St
4th Floor
Boise, ID 83720-0036
Phone: 208-334-5939
Fax: 208-322-7307
Eligibility: Available to all.
Services Provided:

Communicable Disease Prevention is a Bureau administered by the Division of Health, Department of Health and Welfare.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/17/2020
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Division of Public Health
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Address:
450 W. State St.,
4th Floor
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-334-5945
Fax: 208-334-6581
Eligibility: Depends on service; call for more information
Services Provided:

The Division of Health is organized to direct and provide a variety of public health services to the citizens of Idaho in cooperation with local and federal agencies.

Injury Prevention & Surveillance Program - 208-334-7328

Offers prevention information on several causes of injury including; poisoning, drowning, falls, motor vehicle crashes and bicycle and pedestrian safety.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/17/2020
Organization Name: University of Idaho
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Address:
322 E. Front St., Suite 200
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-364-4012
Eligibility: Individuals who are eligible for services include infants, toddlers, children, and youth (birth through age 21) who are deaf-blind or are suspected of being deaf-blind. Individuals may function as if they have such impairments when they respond inconsistently or inconclusively during clinical evaluations and/or to visual and auditory stimuli in the environment.
Services Provided: The Idaho Project for Children and Youth with Deaf-Blindness provides statewide technical assistance to support parents, teachers, service providers and other agency personnel who serve children and youth, birth through 21 years of age, with combined vision and hearing impairments.
Project services include:
  • Assistance in identification of individuals, birth through 21 years of age, who have combined vision and hearing loss
  • Provision of on-site or distance technical assistance (e.g., consultation, training) to families, school and agency personnel, and care providers of infants, toddlers, children, and youth who are deaf-blind
  • Monthly mailer sent to families and service providers of age-relevant information
  • Annual summer training
  • Lending library of toys, switches, books, instructional manuals, and DVDs on topics related to deaf-blindness
  • All services are provided free of charge
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/17/2020
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Division of Public Health
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Address:
450 W. State St.
4th Floor
Boise, ID 83720-0036
Phone: 208-334-5931
Fax: 208-334-4914
Eligibility: All children 0 through 18 years of age.
Services Provided: This program reviews and updates the Idaho school immunization requirements, licensed day care facility immunization requirements and the requirements of the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Act. The immunization program provides information and education about vaccine-preventable diseases, furnishes vaccine to private physicians and public health providers, and supports immunization activities through contracts with local district health departments. The program also conducts quality assurance activities in an effort to maintain effective immunization services throughout the state.

The Immunization Program is administered by the Office of Epidemiology, Food Protection, and Immunizations, in the Division of Public Health.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/10/2019
Organization Name: Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
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Address:
1055 N. Curtis Rd.
Boise, ID 83706
Phone: 208-367-2121
Eligibility: In need of medical attention.
Services Provided: Saint Alphonsus is a 387-bed regional medical center. Saint Alphonsus is the region's trauma center and home to Life Flight, the area's first air medical transport program. As a trauma center, Saint Alphonsus specializes in neuroscience, orthopedic, surgery, rehabilitation, cancer, heart, vascular, and emergency services to care for the most critically ill and injured. Saint Alphonsus is known as a leader in orthopedic surgery and neurosurgery provision, open heart surgery, cardiology diagnostics and intervention, robust oncology program, and also offers world-renown diagnostic and medical imaging resources.
Saint Alphonsus offers family-based services that include a Family Maternity Center and Neonatal ICU that focus on personalizing the birthing experience for women and their families. We also offer a wide range of health and wellness classes and safety and prevention programs for people of all ages.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address:
1500 W Shoreline
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-381-9000
Eligibility: None.
Services Provided: St. Lukes Connect provides patients and health care providers a single contact point to schedule outpatient medical procedures for the following St. Lukes facilities:
•St. Luke's Boise Medical Center
•St. Luke's Meridian Medical Center
•St. Luke's Imaging Center-Boise
•St. Luke's Eagle Medical Plaza

They also provide information related to support groups and classes being offered within the St. Lukes Health System.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: St. Luke's Regional Medical Center
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Address:
190 E Bannock St
Boise, ID 83712-6298
Phone: 208-381-2222
Eligibility: Varies depending on type of need. For the Idaho Regional Hemophilia Center: congenital or acquired bleeding disorder.
Services Provided: St. Luke's is a leading center for cancer, heart, and women's and children's services offers a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services, plus specialized physician care to serve our region. Services include: 24 hours physician coverage, emergency department, neonatal intensive care unit. Physician referrals.
Court-ordered Parenting classes, puberty, teen dating and safe babysitting.
Lifeline: a personal response service, ensures that help is available at the press of a button, 24-hours a day.

Call St. Luke's: Registered nurses answer your health questions and provide physician referrals, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Free and confidential.

Idaho Regional Hemophilia Center: call 208) 381-2782, comprehensive hemophilia evaluations, crisis assistance. After hours call 208-327-8007; or fax 208-381-2799.

The Idaho Sleep Disorders Centers are located at St. Luke's Regional Medical Center in Boise, St. Luke's Meridian Medical Center, Meridian and Mercy Medical Center in Nampa. Services are also provided to residents of the McCall area in cooperation with St. Luke's and McCall Memorial Hospital. Self-referrals are accepted; for more information or to schedule an appointment at any location, call 208-706-5380. The sleep centers are accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and offer diagnosis and treatment of all sleep disorders including sleep apnea, narcolepsy, parasomnias, restless leg syndrome and insomnia. Patients are seen and evaluated by a physician trained in sleep disorders to insure professional and thorough continuity of care.

For Travel Immunization Services, call 706-7200.
For Adult Immunization Services, call 381-9000.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Bonners Ferry, ID

Organization Name: Health District 1 (Panhandle)
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Address:
7402 Caribou
Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
Phone: 208-267-5558
Fax: 208-267-3795
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided:

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-415-5180
SWINE FLU HOTLINE# 208-415-5299

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).

FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diphtheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/26/2020

Burley, ID

Organization Name: Health District 5 (South Central)
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Address:
2311 Park Ave
Unit 4, Suite 4
Burley, ID 83318
Phone: 208-678-8221
Fax: 208-678-7465
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-737-5981

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials are available upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/2/2019

Caldwell, ID

Challis, ID

Organization Name: Health District 7 (Eastern)
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Address:
1050 N Clinic Rd
Suite A
Challis, ID 83226
Phone: 208-879-2504
Fax: 208-879-5679
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-533-3145

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and do not have insurance and have symptoms suspicious for breast cancer or cervical cancer; or age 65 and older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/2/2019

Driggs, ID

Organization Name: Eastern Idaho Public Health (EIPH)
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Address:
820 Valley Center Dr
Driggs, ID 83422
Phone: 208-354-2220
Fax: 208-354-2224
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-533-3145

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and do not have insurance and have symptoms suspicious for breast cancer or cervical cancer; or age 65 and older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/8/2020

Gooding, ID

Organization Name: Health District 5 (South Central)
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Address:
255 North Canyon Dr
Gooding, ID 83330
Phone: 208-934-4477
Fax: 208-934-8558
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-737-5981

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials are available upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them. FOR FAIRFELD: Call the Gooding office to make appointments.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/2/2019

Grangeville, ID

Organization Name: Public Health Idaho North Central District
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Address:
903 W Main St
Grangeville, ID 83530
Phone: 208-983-2842
Toll Free Phone: 866-736-6632
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided:

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-799-3100

Public Health Information Line for Region 2 - 208-748-0400 or 1-866-736-6632

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care Inspections; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/16/2020

Hayden, ID

Idaho Falls, ID

Organization Name: Health District 7 (Eastern)
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Address:
1250 Hollipark Dr
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Phone: 208-522-0310
Fax: 208-525-7063
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-533-3145

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing to environmental health, health promotion preparedness and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request. Emergency contraception is also available

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor to know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers, health screenings, health and nutrition classes, information about community programs and referrals to health care providers, individual counseling with registered dietitians, breastfeeding information and support, recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and do not have insurance and have symptoms suspicious for breast cancer or cervical cancer; or age 65 and older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/2/2019

Jerome, ID

Organization Name: Health District 5 (South Central)
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Address:
951 E Ave H
Jerome, ID 83338
Phone: 208-324-8838
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-737-5981

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and are available upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor to know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/2/2019

Kamiah, ID

Organization Name: Public Health Idaho North Central District
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Address:
132 N Hill St
PO Box 277
Kamiah, ID 83536
Phone: 208-935-2124
Toll Free Phone: 866-736-6632
Fax: 208-935-0223
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided:

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-799-3100

Public Health Information Line for Region 2 - 208-748-0400 or 1-866-736-6632

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care Inspections; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/16/2020

Kellogg, ID

Organization Name: Health District 1 (Panhandle)
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Address:
114 W Riverside Ave
Kellogg, ID 83837
Phone: 208-786-7474
Fax: 208-786-7019
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided:

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-415-5180
SWINE FLU HOTLINE# 208-415-5299

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.


WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/26/2020

Lewiston, ID

Malad City, ID

Organization Name: Health District 6 (Southeastern)
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Address:
175 S 300 E
Malad City, ID 83252
Phone: 208-766-4764
Fax: 208-766-2528
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years artomatica
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-239-5208

SWINE FLU HOTLINE FOR REGION 6 PHONE # 208-234-5888

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/8/2020

McCall, ID

Organization Name: McCall and Valley County
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Address:
703 North First
McCall, ID 83638
Phone: 208-634-7194
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: pregnant, breastfeeding, or non-nursing women within 6 months postpartum; children, newborn to 5 years old; reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines (participatin
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-321-2215

Swine Flu Hotline for Region 4 - 208-321-2222

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. The Public Health Preparedness office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Public Pools.
**Land Development Programs include: Mortgage Surveys; Public Water Systems; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH (Family Planning): Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request. Applications for temporary Medicaid cards for prenatal care are available.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department. Routine childhood vaccinations are offered at low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Please call the local health department to schedule an appointment. The Health Department will bill your insurance company. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them, always take your immunizations records to each appointment.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women up to one year postpartum, non-nursing women up t 6 months postpartum; Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, are U.S. Citizens or have an Alien ID card, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 40-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test (priority given); age 30-49 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form); age 30-39 with symptoms suspicious of cervical cancer, confirmed by healthcare provider, age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare or does not have Medicare pat B
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 12/19/2019
Organization Name: Central District Health Department
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Address:
703 1st St
McCall, ID 83638-3851
Phone: 208-634-7194
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: pregnant, breastfeeding, or non-nursing women within 6 months postpartum; children, newborn to 5 years old; reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines (participatin
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-321-2215

Swine Flu Hotline for Region 4 - 208-321-2222

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. The Public Health Preparedness office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Public Pools.
**Land Development Programs include: Mortgage Surveys; Public Water Systems; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH (Family Planning): Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request. Applications for temporary Medicaid cards for prenatal care are available.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department. Routine childhood vaccinations are offered at low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Please call the local health department to schedule an appointment. The Health Department will bill your insurance company. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them, always take your immunizations records to each appointment.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women up to one year postpartum, non-nursing women up t 6 months postpartum; Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, are U.S. Citizens or have an Alien ID card, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 40-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test (priority given); age 30-49 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form); age 30-39 with symptoms suspicious of cervical cancer, confirmed by healthcare provider, age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 12/20/2019

Montpelier, ID

Organization Name: Health District 6 (Southeastern)
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Address:
431 Clay St
Montpelier, ID 83254
Phone: 208-847-3000
Fax: 208-847-2538
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-239-5208

SWINE FLU HOTLINE FOR REGION 6 PHONE # 208-234-5888

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 4/30/2019

Moscow, ID

Organization Name: Public Health Idaho North Central District
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Address:
333 E Palouse River Dr
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-882-7506
Toll Free Phone: 866-736-6632
Fax: 208-882-3494
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided:

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-799-3100

Public Health Information Line for Region 2 - 208-748-0400 or 1-866-736-6632

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care Health Inspections; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/16/2020

Mountain Home, ID

Organization Name: Central District Health Department
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Address:
520 E 8th St N
Mountain Home, ID 83647-2111
Phone: 208-587-4407
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: pregnant, breastfeeding, or non-nursing woman within 6 months postpartum; child newborn to 5 years old; reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines (participating in
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-321-2215

Swine Flu Hotline for Region 4 - 208-321-2222

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness office (Bio-terrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bio-terrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Public Pools.
**Land Development Programs include: Mortgage Surveys; Public Water Systems; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request. Application for a temporary Medicaid card for prenatal care is available.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department. Routine childhood vaccinations are offered at low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Please call the local health department to schedule an appointment. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them, always take your immunizations records to each appointment.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women up to one year postpartum, non-nursing women up to 6 months postprtum; Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, are U.S. Citizens or have an Alien ID card, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 40-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test (priority given); age 30-49 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form); age 30-39 with symptoms suspicious of cervical cancer, confirmed by healthcare provider, age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare or does not have Medicare pat B
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 12/20/2019

Orofino, ID

Organization Name: Public Health Idaho North Central District
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Address:
105 115th St
Orofino, ID 83544
Phone: 208-476-7850
Toll Free Phone: 866-736-6632
Fax: 208-476-7494
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided:

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-799-3100

Public Health Information Line for Region 2 - 208-748-0400 or 1-866-736-6632

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care Inspections; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/16/2020

Payette, ID

Organization Name: Health District 3 (Southwest)
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Address:
1155 3rd Ave N
Payette, ID 83661
Phone: 208-642-9321
Fax: 208-642-5098
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-455-5324. Please have callers try the
website first www.volunteeridaho.com. If no internet access, refer clients to the number listed above.


DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest Health District for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health districts provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health district office or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health district to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health district will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor to know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers; health screenings; health and nutrition classes; information about community programs; referrals to health care providers; individual counseling with registered dietitians; breastfeeding information and support; recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 11/27/2018

Pocatello, ID

Preston, ID

Organization Name: Health District 6 (Southeastern)
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Address:
42 W 1st St S
Preston, ID 83263
Phone: 208-852-0478
Fax: 208-852-2346
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-239-5208

SWINE FLU HOTLINE FOR REGION 6 PHONE # 208-234-5888

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/8/2020

Sandpoint, ID

Address:
1205 Highway 2, Suite 101 B
Sandpoint, ID 83864
Phone: 208-255-2301
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Services:
Financial assistance for lodging during treatments.
Financial assistance for insurance co-payments, prescriptions, medical bills, durable and nondurable goods.
Gas vouchers to help with the cost of fuel during cancer-related travel.
A library of cancer-related materials
Advocacy and referral to community and cancer resources
Individual and family counseling, as well as monthly support groups, facilitated by licensed clinical social workers.
Loaned durable medical equipment, including wheel chairs, walkers, lift chairs, shower chairs, etc.
Yoga classes emphasizing relaxation techniques to increase physical tolerance.
Wigs, hats, scarves, and post-mastectomy products.
All of our services are free of charge and provided without regard to financial need.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/8/2019
Organization Name: Health District 1 (Panhandle)
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Address:
1020 Michigan St
Sandpoint, ID 83864
Phone: 208-263-5159
Fax: 208-263-6963
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided:

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-415-5180
SWINE FLU HOTLINE# 208-415-5299

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.


WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/26/2020

Soda Springs, ID

Organization Name: Health District 6 (Southeastern)
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Address:
55 East 1st S
Soda Springs, ID 83276
Phone: 208-547-4375
Fax: 208-547-4398
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-239-5208

SWINE FLU HOTLINE FOR REGION 6 PHONE # 208-234-5888

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/9/2020

St. Maries, ID

Organization Name: Health District 1 (Panhandle)
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Address:
137 N 8th St
St. Maries, ID 83861
Phone: 208-245-4556
Fax: 208-245-3692
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automati
Services Provided:

MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-415-5180
SWINE FLU HOTLINE# 208-415-5299

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest District Health Department for the latest information about services in your community and for information. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Indoor Air Quality (Radon); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health departments provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health department or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health department to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health department will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor will know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers. Health screenings. Health and nutrition classes. Information about community programs and referrals to health care providers. Individual counseling with registered dietitians. Breastfeeding information and support. Recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

WOMEN'S HEALTH CHECK contractor. Women's Health Check is a federally funded program that offers free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women who qualify. The Women's Health Check is for women who: do not have health insurance that covers mammograms or pap test, meet income guidelines, and are one of the following: Age 50-64 or; Age 30-49 and have not had a pap test in 5 years or longer, or never had a pap test or; under age 50 with symptoms suspicious of breast cancer (must have a clinician complete approval form) or; age 65 or older and is NOT eligible for Medicare, or does not have Medicare part B.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/26/2020

Twin Falls, ID

Weiser, ID

Organization Name: Health District 3 (Southwest)
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Address:
46 W Court St
Weiser, ID 83672
Phone: 208-549-2370
Fax: 208-549-2371
Eligibility: Depends on service and other available resources. Eligibility for WIC includes: reside in Idaho; family meets the income guidelines; and final eligibility is determined after a health screening at the WIC clinic. A family with a child 0-5 years automatica
Services Provided: MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-455-5324. Please have callers try the
website first www.volunteeridaho.com. If no internet access, refer clients to the number listed above.

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency. Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest Health District for the latest information about services in your community and for information. Also contact the Health District office regarding. The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals.
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals. Most methods of birth control are offered. Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health districts provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health district office or occasionally at special off-site clinics. Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay. Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment. Please call the local health district to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination. Travelers receiving vaccines from the health district will need to pay for the vaccine. Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available. The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor to know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers; health screenings; health and nutrition classes; information about community programs; referrals to health care providers; individual counseling with registered dietitians; breastfeeding information and support; recipes, newsletters, and educational materials. WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

SATELLITE OFFICES: Cambridge, Council, New Meadows,
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/28/2019

NY

New York, NY

Address:
One Park Ave
7th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Phone: 212-263-6622
Eligibility: None
Services Provided: The Center was founded in 1997 to improve the treatment of child psychiatric disorders through scientific practice, research, and education, and to eliminate the stigma of being or having a child with a psychiatric disorder. We have made major strides towards fulfilling this mission: our research, clinical, educational, and community services have expanded and grown in new directions. In the face of increased threats to our security and safety, our work has highlighted the importance of strengthening resilience in all children as a preventive strategy to enhance and protect their psychological well-being.
Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/9/2020

Nationwide

108 West 39th Street, Suite 805
New York, NY 10018
Phone: 6463660830
Address:
108 West 39th Street, Suite 805
New York, NY 10018
Phone: 6463660830
Email: customerservices@additudemag.com
Services Provided: Online resources and information related to Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADD and ADHD) for children, adults, parents, schools, and more.
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 4/14/2020
P.O. Box 4780
Rockville, MD 20849-6303
Phone: 800-448-0440
Organization Name: National Institutes of Health
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Address:
P.O. Box 4780
Rockville, MD 20849-6303
Phone: 800-448-0440
TDD: 888-480-3739
Fax: 301-315-2818
Eligibility: HIV/AIDS patients, their families and friends, health care providers and researchers.
Services Provided:

AIDS info is a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) project providing information on HIV/AIDS clinical trials and treatment. It is the result of merging two previous DHHS projects: The AIDS Clinical Trials Information Service (ACTIS) and the HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service (ATIS).

AIDS info is a central resource for current information on federally and privately funded clinical trials for AIDS patients and others infected with HIV. AIDS clinical trials evaluate experimental drugs and other therapies for adults and children at all stages of HIV infection -- from patients who are HIV positive with no symptoms to those with various symptoms of AIDS.

Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 9/4/2020
555 E. Wells Street, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Phone: 414-918-3014
Address:
555 E. Wells Street, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Phone: 414-918-3014
Fax: 414-276-2146
Email: info@aacpdm.org
Services Provided:

A multidisciplinary scientific society devoted to the study of cerebral palsy and other childhood onset disabilities, to promoting professional education for the treatment and management of these conditions, and to improving the quality of life for people with these disabilities.

AACPDM Medical Professional Directory offers patients and families the option to search for members by locations, specialty and/or patient type.

The website also offers continuing education for professionals and educational resources for individuals and families.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 6/8/2020
141 Northwest Point Blvd
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007-1098
Phone: 847-434-4000
Address:
141 Northwest Point Blvd
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007-1098
Phone: 847-434-4000
Fax: 847-434-8000
Services Provided: Professional association dedicated to the health, safety, and well-being of all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/10/2020
7272 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, TX 75231
Phone: 214-373-6300
Address:
7272 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, TX 75231
Phone: 214-373-6300
Toll Free Phone: 888-242-2453
Services Provided: Information for individuals, families, and professionals regarding heart-related concerns. Includes general health information, information regarding specific conditions, and information about CPR and First Aid training.

The [https://www.heart.org/en/ American Stroke Association] is a division of the American Heart Association focused on stroke prevention and treatment.
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 2/7/2020
P.O. Box 424049
Washington, DC 20042-4049
Phone: 800-634-8978
Address:
P.O. Box 424049
Washington, DC 20042-4049
Phone: 800-634-8978
Toll Free Phone: 800-634-8978
Eligibility: People with tinnitus, their families and health care professionals, and the public.
Services Provided:

The American Tinnitus Association (ATA) is the national champion of tinnitus awareness, prevention, and treatment. Under its guiding principles - Education, Advocacy, Research, and Support - the ATA offers prevention programs in schools, urges governmental and private organizations to support hearing conservation, funds the nations brightest researchers, and facilitates self-help groups around the country.

Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 9/4/2020
PO Box 659
Paoli, PA 19301
Phone: 888-999-9428
Address:
PO Box 659
Paoli, PA 19301
Phone: 888-999-9428
Email: info@genetic.org
Services Provided: Information about chromosome variation for for parents and parents-to-be, individuals, and medical professionals.

Services include:
-Helpline: 888-999-9428 or helpline@genetic.org
-Support meetings, conferences, and webinars
-Information about chromosome variations
-[https://genetic.org/professional-directory-info/ Professional Directory]
-[https://genetic.org/im-adult-looking-answers/clinics/ AXYS Clinic and Research Consortium] clinic list
-[https://genetic.org/im-adult-looking-answers/support-groups/ Support Groups]
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 2/7/2020
4340 East-West Highway Suite 350
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: 301-657-0881
Address:
4340 East-West Highway Suite 350
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: 301-657-0881
Toll Free Phone: 800-328-8476
Email: info@autism-society.org
Services Provided: We provide advocacy, education, information and referral, support, and community at national, state and local levels through our strong nationwide network of Affiliates.

Disability Awareness Programs
Specialized Information and Referral
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 8/7/2019
24 South 1100 East, Suite 205
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Phone: 801-359-7400
Address:
24 South 1100 East, Suite 205
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Phone: 801-359-7400
Fax: 801-359-7404
Email: support@batemanhornecenter.org
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Fibromyalgia (FM), and other related illnesses. Must have a primary care provider and complete an application.
Services Provided: Leading the way in the medical advancement and treatment of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and Fibromyalgia. Formerly the Fatigue Consultation Clinic (FCC) and the Organization for Fatigue & Fibromyalgia Education & Research (OFFER), BHC been committed to the education of medical providers for more than 25 years.

Engages in research and provides treatment. Educational Resources available for providers and patients.

Contact Information:
Clinic Phone: (801) 359-7400
Research Phone: (801) 532-8311
Research Fax: (801) 364-3528
Clinic Fax: (801) 359-7404
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 4/17/2020
Haworth Hall, Room 313
1200 Sunnyside Avenue
Lawrence, KS 66045-7534
Phone: 785-864-7600
Organization Name: University of Kansas
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Address:
Haworth Hall, Room 313
1200 Sunnyside Avenue
Lawrence, KS 66045-7534
Phone: 785-864-7600
Fax: 785-864-7605
Services Provided: The Beach Center on Disability is a multidisciplinary research and training center committed to making a significant and sustainable positive difference in the quality of life of individuals and families affected by disability and the professionals who support them. Internationally-recognized leaders in research on and interventions to promote the self-determination of children, youth, and adults with (and without) disabilities.
Provider Profiles: Based at the University of Kansas.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/6/2020
Organization Name: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Address:
1600 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30333
Phone: 800-232-4636
TDD: 888-232-6348
Toll Free Phone: 800-232-4636
Eligibility: Open to the public.
Services Provided: Information provided on more than 750 health topics, including travel immunizations, disease outbreaks, natural disasters, and other emergencies
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/24/2020
39252 Winchester Road, #107-135
Murrieta, CA 92563
Phone: 918-490-3055
Address:
39252 Winchester Road, #107-135
Murrieta, CA 92563
Phone: 918-490-3055
Services Provided:

Connecting Families UCD Foundation provides resources, information, and support groups for families and individuals with Urea cycle disorders (UCDs).

UCD Family Camps: Connecting Families UCD Foundation hosts annual camps for families affected by a Urea Cycle Disorder. UCD Family Camps are held in different locations across the US so that all families around the country may have an opportunity to attend. Camps are 100% free of charge to UCD families and siblings (any age). All costs of foods (low-pro), lodging, and shuttling to and from airport to camp site is provided as well.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/19/2020
Address:
4550 Montgomery Avenue, Suite 1100 N
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: 301-951-4422
Toll Free Phone: 800-344-4823
Fax: 301-951-6378
Services Provided: The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and provie all people with CF the opportunity to lead long, fulfilling lives.

The CF Foundation funds research and drug development and provides CF-related resources for families and medical providers.

[https://www.cff.org/Assistance-Services/About-Compass/What-Is-Compass/ Compass] is a personalized one-on-one service to help with the insurance, financial, legal, and other issues faced by people living with CF, their families, and their care teams.

The [https://www.cff.org/ccd/ CF Care Center] finder is a web-based location finder for cystic fibrosis accredited care centers nationwide. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation provides funding for and accredits more than 110 cystic fibrosis care centers and 55 affiliate programs nationwide, including 96 programs for treating adults with CF.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 2/7/2020
55 East Jackson Blvd., Suite 490
Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: 800-826-3632
Address:
55 East Jackson Blvd., Suite 490
Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: 800-826-3632
Toll Free Phone: 800-826-3632
Fax: 312-642-7243
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Educates patients, professionals, and the public concerning the nature of depressive, bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) or mood disorder. Maintains over 1000 support groups around the country.
Provider Profiles: National
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/17/2020
8301 Professional Place East, Ste 230
Landover, MD 20785-2356
Phone: 301-459-3700 Crisis Line: 800-332-1000
Address:
8301 Professional Place East, Ste 230
Landover, MD 20785-2356
Phone: 301-459-3700
Crisis Line: 800-332-1000
Toll Free Phone: 800-332-1000
Fax: 301-577-2684
Email: ContactUs@efa.org
Wheelchair Access: Full Wheelchair Access
Eligibility: Individuals with epilepsy, their families and friends.
Services Provided: Provides information, advocacy, and assistance finding doctors, legal assistance, support groups and transportation reimbursement. Learn about epilepsy, types of seizures, triggers, diagnosis, treatment, etc. Offers a seizure diary app self-management tool.

Spanish-language line: 866-748-8008
Provider Profiles: Spanish Speakers Phone number: 866-748-8008
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 1/24/2020
108 NE 2nd St
PO Box 510
Concordia, MO 64020
Phone: 660-463-1355
Address:
108 NE 2nd St
PO Box 510
Concordia, MO 64020
Phone: 660-463-1355
Toll Free Phone: 866-303-2279
Email: info@fabry.org
Services Provided: Information about Fabry disease, support group, discussion page, information about research, links to resources, and more.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/31/2020
PO Box 54
Okemos, MI 48805-0054
Phone: 517-381-1940
Address:
PO Box 54
Okemos, MI 48805-0054
Phone: 517-381-1940
Fax: 866-290-5206
Services Provided:

Support group for Fatty Oxidation Disorders. Raises funds for Educational and Networking Services and Programs. Medical information, including information about newborn screening, and support resources.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/19/2020
CB 8180
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-8180
Phone: 919-966-2622
Organization Name: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Address:
CB 8180
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-8180
Phone: 919-966-2622
Services Provided: Enhances the lives of children and families through interdisciplinary research, technical assistance, professional development, and implementation science. FPG is one of the nation's oldest and largest multidisciplinary centers devoted to the study of young children and their families. About 275 researchers, implementation and technical assistance specialists, staff, and students work on more than 75 projects related to developmental disabilities; early care and education; physical and social health; professional development, technical assistance, and implementation science; public policy and evaluation; and racial, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, and socioeconomic diversity.
Source: Medical Home Portal
Last Updated: 1/10/2019
15 South Mallory Avenue
Batavia, IL 60510
Phone: 630-360-2087
Address:
15 South Mallory Avenue
Batavia, IL 60510
Phone: 630-360-2087
Email: info@hcunetworkamerica.org
Services Provided:

Resources, information, research information, and support for HCU.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/19/2020
Organization Name: Starkey Hearing Foundation
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Address:
6801 Washington Ave S, Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55349
Phone: 800-328-8602
Toll Free Phone: 800-328-8602
Fax: 952-947-4997
Email: hearnow@starkeyfoundation.org
Eligibility: Deaf or hard of hearing; Low income adults or children at or below 175% poverty + asset test
Services Provided: A national nonprofit program committed to assisting those who are deaf or hard of hearing and have no other resources to acquire hearing aids.

Also accepts donation of used hearing aids.
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 1/24/2020
Address:
110 West Road Ste 300
Towson, MD 21204
Phone: 800-296-4433
Fax: 410-321-9165
Email: frontdesk@primaryimmune.org
Eligibility: Individuals with primary immunodeficiency diseases and their families
Services Provided: A national patient organization dedicated to improving the diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life of persons with primary immunodeficiency diseases through advocacy, education, and research. Learn about primary immunodeficiencies, it's diagnosis, treatment; and living with PI, at different ages, getting support, finding a physician, insurance, school, etc.

IDF Physician Finder to locate a physician by location, last name, specialty and more.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/6/2020
200 Vesey Street, 28th Floor
New York, NY 10281
Phone: 800-533-2873
Address:
200 Vesey Street, 28th Floor
New York, NY 10281
Phone: 800-533-2873
Fax: 212-785-9595
Email: info@jdrf.org
Services Provided: JDRF's (formerly Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) primary objective is to fund research into Type 1 diabetes.
Also provides:
•Informational Guides
•Virtual community
•Local chapters
•Fundraising and social events
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 1/3/2020
806 West Adams Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Phone: 213-748-5481
Address:
806 West Adams Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Phone: 213-748-5481
Fax: 213-749-1651
Eligibility: Infants and preschool children with hearing loss.
Services Provided: A leading diagnostic and education center for young children with hearing loss. It provides free, parent-centered services. The Clinic offers worldwide family services, local family services, professional education, preschool, and hearing testing. The Clinic has over 60 years of expertise in the spoken language option, called "oralism," serving 25,000 families each year.

Hearing Screening
Parent Support Groups
Preschools
Online courses
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 8/7/2019
Address:
2121 K Street NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20037
Phone: 202-349-1155
Toll Free Phone: 800-558-0121
Fax: 202-349-1156
Email: info@lupus.org
Services Provided: Provides education and support services to people affected by lupus. We collaborate with experts to provide clear, easy-to-use information, programs and resources to help you navigate every step of your journey with lupus. An online community, an expert series, a resource database, a nurse and certified health educator call line.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/6/2019
9517 Big Bear Ave
Powell, OH 43065
Phone: 740-972-5619
Address:
9517 Big Bear Ave
Powell, OH 43065
Phone: 740-972-5619
Eligibility: Any persons with interest in MSUD
Services Provided: The MSUD Family Support Group membership includes families and professionals worldwide.

The MSUD Family Support Group is dedicated to:
• Providing opportunities for support and personal contact for those with MSUD and their families.
• Distributing information and raising public awareness of MS
• Strengthening the liaison between families and professionals.
• Encouraging newborn screening programs and research for MSUD.
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 1/24/2020
Address:
375 Kings Highway North
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Toll Free Phone: 800-532-7667
Fax: 856-661-9797
Email: MSquestions@mymsaa.org
Eligibility: Individuals with MS
Services Provided: Ongoing support and direct services.

Individual Advocacy
Information and Referral
Equipment Distribution Program by application
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 8/8/2019
6520 North Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309-2132
Address:
6520 North Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309-2132
Toll Free Phone: 800-225-6495
Wheelchair Access: Ramps
Services Provided: Nonprofit organization, our primary mission is to ensure the best quality of life for those coping with MS by providing comprehensive support and educational programs.

Disease/Disability Information
Information and Referral
Specialized Information and Referral
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 1/6/2020
9609 Medical Center Drive
Bethesda, MD 20892-9760
Phone: 800-422-6237
Address:
9609 Medical Center Drive
Bethesda, MD 20892-9760
Phone: 800-422-6237
Fax: (719) 776-3132
Email: cancergovstaff@mail.nih.gov
Wheelchair Access: Complete
Eligibility: None
Services Provided: A free public service of the National Cancer Institute providing the latest most accurate cancer information for patients, their families, the general public, and health professionals in a personalized confidential manner.
Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 1/6/2020
31 Center Dr, MSC 2510
Bethesda, MD 20892-2510
Phone: 301-496-5248
Organization Name: National Institutes of Health
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Address:
31 Center Dr, MSC 2510
Bethesda, MD 20892-2510
Phone: 301-496-5248
Email: 2020@nei.nih.gov
Services Provided:

National Eye Institute is the principal agency for conducting and supporting vision research aimed at improving the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of diseases that affect the eye and vision

Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 9/18/2020
Organization Name: National Institutes of Health
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Address:
3 Information Way
Bethesda, MD 20892-3580
Phone: 800-860-8747
TDD: 866-569-1162
Email: healthinfo@niddk.nih.gov
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided:

NIDDK research creates knowledge about and treatments for diseases that are among the most chronic, costly, and consequential for patients, their families, and the Nation. Offers clinical trials, financial assistance for researchers, health information, and publications.

Source: Nationwide Suggest Providers Queue
Last Updated: 9/18/2020
Organization Name: National Institutes of Health
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Address:
31 Center Dr., MSC 2320
Bethesda, MD 20892
Phone: 800-241-1044
TDD: 800-241-1055
Eligibility: communication disorders
Services Provided:

Information specialists provide callers with fact sheets, resources and referrals to other organizations and agencies. Topics include hearing, balance, smell and taste, voice, speech, and language disorders.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 9/18/2020
Address:
55 Kenosia Avenue
PO Box 1968
Danbury, CT 06810
Phone: 203-744-0100
Toll Free Phone: 800-999-6673
Fax: 203-263-9938
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Eligibility: Persons with a rare disease, financial need.
Services Provided: A patient advocacy organization for individuals with rare diseases and the organizations that serve them. NORD provides Patient Assistance Programs that provide financial assistance. In addition, NORD provides links to other financial assistance resources.
Patient Assistance Program, RareCare, provides medication, financial assistance with insurance premiums and co-pays, diagnostic testing assistance, and travel assistance for clinical trials or consultation with disease specialists.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 9/12/2019
75 South Grand Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105
Phone: 626-578-0833
Address:
75 South Grand Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105
Phone: 626-578-0833
Toll Free Phone: 800-386-8233
Fax: 626-578-0823
Email: info@nucdf.org
Services Provided:

The goals of the National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation (NUCDF) are:

  • To provide guidance and information to families and others affected by urea cycle disorders.    
  • To create a caring community, networking families together for support.    
  • To educate healthcare professionals on the identification, diagnosis and treatment of UCD.      
  • To stimulate and support research which leads to improved quality of life for today and a CURE for tomorrow.    
  • To increase public awareness on the existence of UCDs so that no child or adult ever goes undiagnosed.    
  • To educate legislators on the needs of children, adults and families affected by these rare disorders.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/19/2020
401 Hackensack Avenue, 9th Floor
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Phone: 201-250-8440
Address:
401 Hackensack Avenue, 9th Floor
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Phone: 201-250-8440
Toll Free Phone: 800-714-5437
Fax: 201-250-8435
Email: info@parentprojectmd.org
Services Provided: Information about Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy for families, including responding to a new diagnosis, finding care, and genetic testing. PPMD’s Decode Duchenne genetic testing program provides free genetic testing and counseling to people in the Duchenne or Becker muscular dystrophy community who otherwise could not afford genetic testing.

Runs Certified Duchenne Care Center Program, which supports standardized comprehensive care for people with Duchenne. Also promotes research and organizes advocacy initiatives.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 5/9/2019
Address:
PO Box 5930
Midlothian, VA 23112
Phone: 800-366-7741
Toll Free Phone: 800-366-7741
Fax: 804-744-9388
Email: psiops@uneedpsi.org
Eligibility: Financial assistance for insured and uninsured patients with chronic illnesses. Assistance is focused on a limited number of around 20 diseases, and the list always changes.
Services Provided: Provides online disease and treatment information as well as limited financial assistance for patients with chronic illnesses who are struggling to keep up with expensive premiums and copayments. Available programs and specific illnesses are regularly updated. Financial assistance includes: subsidizing the cost of health insurance premiums; providing pharmacy and treatment copayment assistance; assisting with Medicare Part D co-insurance; providing travel assistance for transportation reimbursement.
Provider Profiles: Online resources
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 7/11/2019
6728 Old McClean Village Dr
McLean, VA 22101
Phone: 703-556-9222
Organization Name: Pediatric Endocrine Society (PES)
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Address:
6728 Old McClean Village Dr
McLean, VA 22101
Phone: 703-556-9222
Fax: 703-556-8729
Email: info@pedsendo.org
Services Provided:

Offers a variety of clinical and patient resources as well as educational events for clinicians.

Find a Pediatric Endocrinologist: Search the Pediatric Endocrine Society membership list.

Upcoming Camps: Directory of specialty camps for kids, including Diabetes Camps, Turner Syndrome Camps, and Transgender Youth and Teen Camps. Not run or endorsed by the Pediatric Endocrine Society.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 9/14/2020
Address:
1963 McCraren Rd.
Highland Park, IL 60035
Toll Free Phone: 877-720-2192
Email: paf@pafoundation.com
Services Provided:

Mission: Propionic Acidemia Foundation is dedicated to finding improved treatments and a cure for Propionic Acidemia by funding research and providing information and support to families and medical professionals.

Organization offers educational resources for families and patients, a patient registry, conferences and trainings, online support groups, and more.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 6/8/2020
5420 S. Quebec Street, Suite 135
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303-794-1182
Address:
5420 S. Quebec Street, Suite 135
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: 303-794-1182
Fax: 303-322-5550
Services Provided:

The SPD Foundation offers online courses, resources, advocacy, and support groups for professionals, parents, and others interested in helping individuals with Sensory Processing Disorder.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 6/8/2020
7240 Parkway Drive, Suite 180
Hanover, MD 21076
Phone: 410-528-1555
Address:
7240 Parkway Drive, Suite 180
Hanover, MD 21076
Phone: 410-528-1555
Toll Free Phone: 800-421-8453
Fax: 410-528-1495
Email: admin@sicklecelldisease.org
Services Provided: National nonprofit with chapters in multiple states. Supports research, public health education, professional health education, patient services, community services, and global organizations.
Provider Profiles: Mission: To advocate for people affected by sickle cell conditions and empower community-based organizations to maximize quality of life and raise public consciousness while advancing the search for a universal cure.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 1/6/2020
1805 Moriah Woods Blvd, Suite 3
PO Box 11749, Memphis TN 38111-0749
Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901-761-0343
Address:
1805 Moriah Woods Blvd, Suite 3
PO Box 11749, Memphis TN 38111-0749
Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901-761-0343
Toll Free Phone: 800-992-9392
Fax: 901-761-0484
Email: info@stutteringhelp.org
Eligibility: None
Services Provided:

The Stuttering Foundation provides resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering.

Free packets of informative brochures, referral lists for fluency specialists and a catalog of resources are available.

The Foundation publishes 30 books, 41 DVD videos and 26 brochures on stuttering. Over 800,000 publications are distributed each year to those who stutter, their families, speech language pathologists, pediatricians, family physicians, clinics, day care centers, libraries and others concerned with the problem of stuttering.

Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 9/16/2020
Organization Name: The Childhood RND Educational Foundation, Inc
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Address:
PO Box 7762
Wilmington, DE 19803
Services Provided: The Childhood RND Educational Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to educating health professionals and families who deal with amplified musculoskeletal pain syndromes (AMPS) such as fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), RSD, RND, neuropathic pain and myofascial pain. Services include:
-Educational materials about a variety of pain issues
-[https://stopchildhoodpain.org/faqs/what-hospitals-offer-this-treatment-program/ Directory of pediatric AMPS treatment programs.]
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 2/26/2020
42-40 Bell Blvd Suite 205
Bayside, NY 11361-2820
Phone: 718-224-2999
Address:
42-40 Bell Blvd Suite 205
Bayside, NY 11361-2820
Phone: 718-224-2999
Toll Free Phone: 888-486-8738
Fax: 718-279-9596
Email: support@tourette.org
Services Provided:

A national organization serving children, individuals and families affected by Tourette Syndrome (TS) and other tic disorders. Comprehensive online information includes six online CME/CNE programs, programs on Recognition, Diagnosis & Treatment, and training for Allied Professionals and Educators. The website also contains resources for patients and families.

Find a Provider: Directory of experts in Tourette Syndrome that can be filtered by age group, clinical expertise (specialty), and location.

Tourette Syndrome Centers of Excellence: List of Centers of Excellence in the care of Tourette Association, recognized by the Tourette Association of America as promoting the highest level of care, research, education & training, and advocacy & awareness for these conditions.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/18/2020
145 Hudson Street, Suite 5B
New York, NY 10013–2150
Phone: (516) 654-7584
Address:
145 Hudson Street, Suite 5B
New York, NY 10013–2150
Phone: (516) 654-7584
Email: media@understood.org
Eligibility: Individuals with learning and thinking differences and their families
Services Provided:

Resources for individuals with thinking and learning differences, including ADHD, dyslexia, and dyscalculia. Information for parents, educators, and young adults. Also offers a workplace program for individuals in the workplace.

Offerings include articles and online resources, information about how to get assistance, and an online community.

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