Utility Assistance

Description: Programs that provide financial assistance for people who are at risk for having their utilities shut off; offer discounted utility services; provide disconnection protection; arrange for notification regarding pending disconnection; make available special services such as large print utility bills or levalized energy bill payment arrangements which support people's ability to make their payments; or supply wood, propane, butane or other fuel for heating or cooking purposes in situations where people have no other means of acquiring them. (AIRS BV-8900)

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American Falls, ID

543 Bannock Ave
American Falls, ID 83211
Phone: 208-226-7611
Address: 543 Bannock Ave
American Falls, ID 83211
Phone: 208-226-7611
Fax: 208-226-7612
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 505 N Oregon Trail
American Falls, ID 83211
Phone: 208-226-7330
Fax: 208-226-1110
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

RSVP program also out of this office.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Arco, ID

256 West Grand Avenue
Arco, ID 83213
Phone: 208-527-3021
Address: 256 West Grand Avenue
Arco, ID 83213
Phone: 208-527-3021
Fax: 208-527-3295
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Blackfoot, ID

501 N Maple
Suite #207
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-782-3160 xclerk
Organization Name: Bingham County
Address: 501 N Maple
Suite #207
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-782-3160 xclerk
Eligibility: Indigency/ residency
Services Provided: Works with all state, federal, and local agencies, and provides assistance where necessary in obtaining other benefits.
Indigent Medical Assistance provides other non-medical assistance needs on a limited basis.
Veterans County Service Office - assists veterans in apply for benefits and other veterans services.
Courthouse and Marriage licenses.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Council of Idaho
Address: 745 W Bridge
Ste. H
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-6390
Fax: 208-782-0904
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: * National Council of La Raza Affiliate *
Job placements or job training for people with agricultural related experience. Provide services to low income seasonal/migrant individuals and families employed with raw agricultural products. Bilingual aids education, financial assistance, rental emergency, food, Head Start, GED program, scholarships for low income individuals. Job search and short term training assistance.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 701 E Alice
Blackfoot, ID 83221
Phone: 208-785-5826
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources.
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Boise, ID

3350 W Americana Terrace
Suite 360
Boise, ID 83706
Phone: 208-375-7382
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 3350 W Americana Terrace
Suite 360
Boise, ID 83706
Phone: 208-375-7382
Fax: 208-342-2078
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: CAPAI is the administrative office over the Community Action Partnerships. They do not offer direct services.

CAPAI offers grant administration services and referrals to the CAP program service providers.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 200 W Front St
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-287-7960
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County recorders office provide marriage licenses and recording of liens, documents, etc.
Financial Assistance for cremation and in some cases for burial assistance.

Indigent Services only provides Emergency Medical, Prescription, Rental, and Utility Assistance.

Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
999 Main St.
First Floor
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-385-2856
Service Categories:
Address: 999 Main St.
First Floor
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-385-2856
Fax: 208-385-8026
Service Categories:
Eligibility: Low-income requirements.
Services Provided: Individuals living in a CenturyLink service area should call 1-800-366-8201 or 1-800-244-1111 (former Qwest territories) to inquire about eligibility.

Lifeline
Regular Lifeline - provides federal monthly support of $9.25. In some states, additional monthly support is also available.

Enhanced Lifeline - offers a deeper monthly discount as well as installation assistance through the Link-Up program to qualifying customers who live on federally-recognized Tribal lands.

Internet Basics
Internet Basics provides discounts on High-Speed Internet service for qualified subscribers.

How to Qualify?
Lifeline is available to qualifying customers in every U.S. state. Qualifications do vary by state. Select your state from the drop down box to the right in order to obtain additional information for the criteria needed to qualify for Lifeline and information on how to apply.

Please be aware that only one Lifeline discount may be received per household, even if the household has more than one telephone account, including landline or wireless phone service. Under the Lifeline program, a household is defined as any individual or group of individuals who live together at the same address and share income and expenses. Lifeline service is not transferable and only eligible consumers may enroll in the program. Documentation of eligibility is required to enroll. Consumers who willfully make false statements in order to obtain Lifeline telephone service can be punished by fine or imprisonment and can be barred from the program.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 2250 Vista Ave
Boise, ID 83714
Phone: 208-345-2820
Fax: 208-377-0859
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing and family development programs.

HOUSEHOLD INCOME LIMITS:
CSBG: 125% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
USDA and Telephone Assistance: 133% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance): 150% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
Weatherization Program: Request income limits when calling
VASSVF: Eligible Veteran and 50% of Area Median Income

Food Pantry (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Households may utilize the food pantry once every 60 days. Food boxes typically provide 2-4 days worth of food. Garden seeds may also be available in the springtime (Limited availability). The food pantry is available at all locations between 8:30 A.M and 4:30 P.M.

USDA Commodities Distribution (Eligibility up to 133% of Federal Poverty Level):
Commodities are available once per month at multiple distribution sites in the Treasure Valley. For specific dates and times please call 377-0700. Available at all El-Ada locations
" In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, political beliefs, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 ( TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."

Information, Referral and Service Coordination:
Phone or walk-in information available about low-income services in the Treasure Valley. Written referrals, vouchers and arranged appointments for basic and emergency needs. Assistance completing applications for services. Available at all El-Ada locations.

Emergency Water Utility Assistance (Eligibility up to 150% of Federal Poverty Level):
Assistance available once per year for United Water or Meridian Water customers who are facing shut-off. Call 345-2820 for more information.

Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF) (Eligibility up to 50% of HUD Area Median Income)
Case Management and supportive services to help Veterans facing loss of housing or experiencing homelessness obtain or maintain permanent housing and achieve household stability goals.
Walk-in to apply, or call for an appointment: 345-2820. For further information about the SSVF Program, please visit http://www1.va.gov/homeless/ssvf.asp

GED Assistance (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Payment for GED preparation and testing through the College of Western Idaho. Please follow the link for further information http://www.cwidaho.cc/adult-basic-education/ . Available at the Boise Resource Center, Mountain Home, and Homedale offices.

Educational Resource Assistance (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Co-Payment assistance up to $65.00 for middle and high school student program, class fee, and supplies. Vouchers also available to adults for parenting classes and employment related certifications. Available at the Boise Community Resource Center, Mountain Home, and Homedale locations during July and August each year.

Energy Assistance Program (Eligibility up to 150% of Federal Poverty Level):
Assistance for low income households with winter heating costs and energy efficiency. Available during November through April by appointment only. To schedule an appointment please call (208) 322-1242.

Telephone Assistance (Eligibility up to 133% of Federal Poverty Level):
Application processing for reduced basic telephone services and rates. Eligibility is limited to 133% of poverty guidelines. Available at the Garden City office.

Weatherization Assistance Program (Request current income guidelines when calling):
The Weatherization Assistance Program assists income-eligible families and individuals by reducing their heating/cooling costs and improving the safety of their homes by providing energy efficiency measures. Please call (208) 377-0700.
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HIV Testing, Counseling and Education (Eligibility based on risk factors, not income):
Free OraQuick Advance rapid testing and results for HIV with counseling on site at various outreach van locations. Individual HIV prevention and risk reduction education. (208) 345-8994.

Outreach Van:
Outreach to persons experiencing homelessness. Screening for HUD, VA and other community housing programs.
Seasonal clothing and supplies distribution (as available).
Mobile HIV prevention and testing services. If you have specific questions please call (208) 345-8994.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
472 W Washington St
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-334-0300
Service Categories:
Address: 472 W Washington St
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-334-0300
Fax: 208-334-3762
Service Categories:
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: The commission regulates investor-owned or privately-owned utilities that provide gas, water, electricity or telephone service for profit. Examples are: Idaho Power, Intermountain Gas, Century Link and United Water of Idaho.
In addition to rates, billing issues, quality of service and customer relations, the commission is also responsible for safe operations of the utilities it regulates including inspection of gas pipelines. Also Assists with resolving problems or questions regarding Utility Bills, disconnection of service, service reliability or outages or other issues.
The Commission does not regulate utility cooperatives (owned by the customers) or utilities operated by municipalities like the City of Weiser. Many cities own and operate electric, sewer and water utilities. The commission has no jurisdiction over these operations or over any sewer operations. A regulated water company may also provide sewer service, but the commission would only regulate the company's water operations.
The commission does not regulate interstate long distance rates or payphone rates. The commission also does not regulate cell phones, fax machines, voicemail services, internet services or digital subscriber lines (DSL).
The commission does not regulate cable TV or satellite TV.
The commission also oversees the safe operation of railroads in the state and enforces state and federal regulations safeguarding the transportation of hazardous materials by rail. It also inspects railroad crossings and clearances for safety and maintenance deficiencies. The commission reviews railroad abandonment proposals and determines the affect on Idaho, it then represents the state before the federal Surface Transportation Board.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
4308 W State St
Boise, ID 83703
Phone: 208-343-5429
Organization Name: Salvation Army, Cascade Division
Address: 4308 W State St
Boise, ID 83703
Phone: 208-343-5429
Eligibility: Can only receive one per person for lifetime
Services Provided: Energy Bill Assistance- emergency heating. Gas and power bills as well as propane wood and pellet- must call the 1st Thursday of the month 433-4424 at 8:00 am and leave a mesg. Call backs made in order received until funding is gone. 433-4424- Program runs Oct-April. OR SENIORS DAY AGE 62 2nd FRIDAY OF MONTH.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: Boise, ID
Phone: 208-398-3384
Fax: 208-344-9757
Services Provided: 2016 Thanksgiving sign up must have proof of residence and photo ID

Sign up: Sacred Heart 811 S Latah St - Sat. 11/12 10:00 am to 3:00 pm and M-W the 14th to 16th 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm

St Vincent Thrift Store 213 N Main Meridian - 11/10 & 11 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm and Saturday 11/12 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

St Vincent Thrift Store 6464 W State St Boise - Sat 11/5/16 10:00 am to 3:00 pm 11/7 to 11/9 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Food Box Distribution will be at the Fairgrounds on Nov. 21 & 22 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Thanksgiving Dinner Nov. 23 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm 3217 W Overland Boise

Christmas Toy Store for children 18 & under - to receive voucher for store located at 251 N Orchard contact St Vincent Help Line 331-2208 - Christmas Trees and Stockings as well as 1 toy for ea eligible child

Christmas Dinner December 24th 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the 3217 W Overland location
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
Address: Boise, ID
Toll Free Phone: 800-373-3411
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Online Resource: DO NOT MAIL:
3 digit numbers, sometimes referred to as "N11" numbers, are phone numbers designated by the FCC for various community service organizations. Here is a list of 3 digit numbers and their function in Idaho.

2-1-1 Idaho CareLine Referral service for non-emergency community health and human resources in Idaho.

3-1-1 Reserved for non-emergency law enforcement use.
Note: This number is not currently activated in Idaho.

4-1-1 Telephone directory assistance.
Note: Charges may apply for the call.

5-1-1 Travel Information and Road Conditions.

6-1-1 Electric Lightwave Service Center
For telephone repair or pay phone repair

7-1-1 Idaho Telecommunications Relay Service 1-800-368-6185
For the hearing impaired

8-1-1 Dig-Line Protection Utility Service of Idaho.
For location of underground utilities prior to digging.

9-1-1 Emergency assistance.


Some 3 digit numbers may not work on some phone service providers' network. Please contact your phone service provider if you have problems reaching any of the above 3 digit numbers.

3 digit number functions may vary depending upon what state you dial from.
You can contact the 2-1-1 Idaho Careline for information hotline numbers for your state. By phone: 1-800-926-2588
Online: www.idahocareline.org Keyword: "800 Other State Hotlines"

Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 6/1/2013

Bonners Ferry, ID

Address: 6452 Kootenai Street
Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
Phone: 208-267-2242
Fax: 208-267-7814
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County services.

The Boundary County Veterans Service Officer is available to all military veterans and their dependents to provide assistance in filling out claims, obtaining lost records, to discover what benefits are available and to register veterans for medical service at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Spokane and at the VA Mobile Medical Clinic.

Financial Assistance for cremation and in some cases for burial assistance.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 6665 Main St
Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
Phone: 208-267-3663
Fax: 208-267-8177
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
Phone: 208-597-0504
Address: Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
Phone: 208-597-0504
Services Provided: The association partners with local churches, businesses, families and individuals to raise money and food
for different projects to help the community such as Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets.

Also provide on case by case basis:
**Rental and utility assistance throughout the year.
**Gas Vouchers
**Shopping Assistance
**Motel Vouchers
**Prescription Drug assistance
**Financial assistance

Call for more information.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Buhl, ID

908 Maple St.
Buhl, ID 83316
Address: 908 Maple St.
Buhl, ID 83316
Eligibility: Contact for eligibility.
Services Provided: Rent, utility, and gas assistance for people who live in Buhl and Castleford.
Food pantry is open on Tuesday's from 3:00pm - 5:00pm.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019

Burley, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 314 E 5th St
Burley, ID 83318
Phone: 208-678-3514
Fax: 208-678-2599
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.
Food Bank M - TH, 8:00 - 4:00
Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 2241 Overland Ave
Burley, ID 83318
Phone: 208-678-1121
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Caldwell, ID

Organization Name: Community Council of Idaho
Address: 317 Happy Day Blvd
Suite 200
Caldwell, ID 83607
Phone: 208-454-1652
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: * National Council of La Raza Affiliate * Food Bank. Tue. - Fri. 8:30- 4:00 Must call for Appointment.
Job placements or job training for people with agricultural related experience. Provide services to low income seasonal/migrant individuals and families employed with raw agricultural products, at risk youth counseling, English as second language (improving job skills for H & W clients), Bilingual aids education, financial assistance, rental emergency, food, Head Start, scholarships for low income individuals. Will help with transportation costs (ie bus tickets in emergency)
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
1015 Chicago
Caldwell, ID 83605
Phone: 208-459-2011
Organization Name: Salvation Army, Cascade Division
Address: 1015 Chicago
Caldwell, ID 83605
Phone: 208-459-2011
Fax: 208-459-3610
Eligibility: Must have 1 form of ID and proof of residency. Baby Haven, must participate in classes to get incentives.
Services Provided: Programs include: Project Share and Food Boxes (T, W, TH 1:00 - 3:30). Baby Haven. Caldwell Cares Water Assistance (June-September).

Baby Haven: Pregnant Woman or single Fathers, and babies 2 years of age. Educational Programs to gain baby items like wipes, diapers and baby formula. By appointment only.

Caldwell Cares Water Assistance. June - September, depending on Funding. Must have name on bill. Caldwell Only.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 3402 Franklin Rd
Caldwell, ID 83605-6932
Phone: 877-456-1233
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 2412 E Chicago St
#110
Caldwell, ID 83605
Phone: 208-459-9263
Fax: 208-454-0188
Eligibility: They will assist anyone
Services Provided: The Treasure Valley Community Resource Center, Inc, (TVCRC) provides comprehensive referrals to anyone free of charge. The referrals mainly cover services, programs and resources in the Treasure Valley area (Ada, Adams, Canyon, Elmore, Gem, Owyhee, Payette and Washington Counties).
TVCRC provides comprehensive referrals to: human services such as housing, food banks, utilities, financial assistance, education, employment, support groups, health services, legal and advocacy services, senior programs, transportation, veterans services, recreation, volunteers programs, outreach and community programs and special projects. TVCRC is a telephone contact program only.
TVCRC is a non-profit, all-volunteer referral service. Its volunteers go the extra mile to help their clients. They screen clients for referrals for financial assistance available through other programs. TVCRC provides referrals to human services attempting to help clients with immediate and long term problems.
TVCRC also publishes an annual Treasure valley Referral Directory listing services and programs that are free or on a sliding scale based on income.

TVCRC sponsors the Community Resource Meetings.
Web site includes online referrals.
TVCRC sponsors the Resource Meetings.
TVCRC also maintains an information web site - www.idahoconnections.org on line directory
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 502 Main St
Caldwell, ID 83605
Phone: 208-454-0675
Fax: 208-454-9804
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.
NAMPA ADRESS: 984 W. Corporate Ln.
Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, and telephone assistance (you can apply for the telephone assistance program at either Century Link or the Community Action Agency). Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

Individuals and households that would be homeless but for this assistance. Both of the following must apply:
-1. There are no other appropriate housing options – are you, or will you be living in an emergency shelter or in your car without this assistance? ~ AND ~
-2. There are no financial resources and support networks needed to obtain immediate housing or remain in existing housing.
Eligible individuals and households need to reside within Ada County, qualify as homeless or at risk of homelessness, meet specific risk factors established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and meet the following income guidelines for a household:
1 Person $21,900.00
2 Persons $25,000.00
3 Persons $28,150.00
4 Persons $31,250.00
5 Persons $33,750.00
6 Persons $36,250.00
7 Persons $38,750.00
8 Persons $41,250.00
This program cannot assist with payment for mortgage costs or other fees associated with retaining homeowners’ housing.
Application Process:
• Make an appointment by phone at this office for initial consultation and determination of eligibility. ***The application process will be in Payette.***
Documents to Bring to Appointment (*this is not an inclusive list):
• Copy of Eviction Notice or Court Order
• Lease or Occupancy Agreement with Landlord Name and Contact Information
• Proof of Income for everyone in the household 18 +
• Utility Shut Off Notice
• Foreclosure Notice on Financial Letterhead
*All adults in the household will need to sign application forms.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Cascade, ID

219 N Main St
Cascade, ID 83611
Phone: 208-382-7110
Address: 219 N Main St
Cascade, ID 83611
Phone: 208-382-7110
Fax: 208-382-7107
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government offices.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 110 W Pine
Cascade, ID 83611
Phone: 208-382-4577
Fax: 208-382-4255
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary, call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the low income senior citizens and families and handicapped people by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, family development programs, Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.
handyman: senior citizen and disabled. and citizen ---- in home services..

Thrift shop - open 8 am - noon and 1 pm - 4:30 pm

Health and Welfare applications available for Food Stamps, Cash Assistance, and Medicaid.

Also will email or scan documents for customers.

Facebook group page - WICAP of Valley County
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Challis, ID

801 E Main Ave
Challis, ID 83226
Phone: 208-879-2360
Address: 801 E Main Ave
Challis, ID 83226
Phone: 208-879-2360
Fax: 208-879-5246
Eligibility: Custer County Resident.
Services Provided: County Government.

Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals

Firewood assistance.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Coeur D Alene, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 4144 W Industrial Loop
Coeur D Alene, ID 83815
Phone: 208-664-8757
Fax: 208-664-8586
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
451 Government Way
Coeur D Alene, ID 83816-9000
Phone: 208-446-1000
Address: 451 Government Way
Coeur D Alene, ID 83816-9000
Phone: 208-446-1000
Fax: 208-765-1968
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government

To get list of registered service providers in Kootenai County go to www.co.kootenai.id.us/departments/justiceservices/adultmis/providers.asp


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 1120 Ironwood Dr
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 877-456-1233
Fax: 208-666-6789
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

**Technical Issues for Food Stamps card and Cash assistance. --Questions about the Quest Card and case related questions or EBT card and banking information.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
201 E Harrison
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-664-3095
Organization Name: Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Address: 201 E Harrison
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
Phone: 208-664-3095
Fax: 208-667-5876
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: *Emergency Men and Women's Shelters - Space is available on a first come first serve basis. These are drug free and alcohol free facilities. They also offer information and referral to other agencies that are able to help with their problems.

*Social Service Office - This program offers emergency items from their Thrift Store, emergency financial assistance (rent, utilities). First come first serve as long as funds are available. Gas Voucher Assistance, but must show proof of Car Insurance. Hours 9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.

Sub 20 degree weather will activate the 2 St Vincent de Paul Warming Centers. The Warming centers will be open Friday, December 3, Saturday, December 4 and Sunday, December 5 with the outlook of being open Monday night a very real possibility depending on the temperature.

The Post Falls Shelter located at 202 W. 7th Street in Post Falls, behind the Post Falls St Vincent de Paul Thrift Store, in the Kamps Apartment basement. And the Coeur d’Alene Shelter located at 117 E Walnut. Between the 2 sites St Vincent de Paul is able to shelter 62 individuals and will have available sleeping bags, blankets, gloves, stocking caps, coats, a full bathroom, warm food and drinks..

Because of the need St Vincent de Paul is needing donation of warm food at both locations.

The Warming Center will be open from 7pm-7am as long as the weather falls below 20 degrees or a 20 degree wind chill. If you are able to help or donate please contact Warming Center Coordinator Joe Hutchinson at 208-699-7886.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Council, ID

201 Industrial
Council, ID 83612
Phone: 208-253-4561
Address: 201 Industrial
Council, ID 83612
Phone: 208-253-4561
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County recorder office, marriage licenses and recording of liens, documents, etc.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 110 Moser Ave
Council, ID 83612
Phone: 208-253-4300
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs, and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 11/28/2018

Dubois, ID

573 Medicine Lodge Road
Dubois, ID 83423
Phone: 208-374-5304
Address: 573 Medicine Lodge Road
Dubois, ID 83423
Phone: 208-374-5304
Fax: 208-374-5609
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government
Indigent Aid applications

Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 11/19/2018

Emmett, ID

Address: 415 E Main
Emmett, ID 83617-3096
Phone: 208-365-4561
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government. Marriage licenses.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 213 E Main St
Emmett, ID 83617
Phone: 208-365-3116
Fax: 208-365-3201
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs, and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Fairfield, ID

119 W Willow St
Fairfield, ID 83327
Phone: 208-764-2242
Address: 119 W Willow St
Fairfield, ID 83327
Phone: 208-764-2242
Fax: 208-764-2349
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Fort Hall, ID

Address: Fort Hall, ID 83203
Phone: 208-478-3700
Eligibility: Native American.
Services Provided: Low income energy assistance for members of federally recognized Tribes who are low income. Assistance for food. They make referrals to other agencies when appropriate. Project Share(available for all eligible residents of the reservation), Rental Assistance, and homeless shelter.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019

Gooding, ID

624 Main St
Gooding, ID 83330
Phone: 208-934-4841
Address: 624 Main St
Gooding, ID 83330
Phone: 208-934-4841
Fax: 208-934-5085
Eligibility: Gooding County resident, indigent, emergent.
Services Provided: Rental, utility, and medical expense assistance.. Project Share and salvation army assistance. Courthouse and Marriage licenses. Voter information.

Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Grangeville, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 117 W North St
Grangeville, ID 83530
Phone: 208-983-0437
Fax: 208-983-0238
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
320 W Main St
Room 5
Grangeville, ID 83530
Phone: 208-983-0239
Address: 320 W Main St
Room 5
Grangeville, ID 83530
Phone: 208-983-0239
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County government/assistance programs. Marriage licenses.
Margie Case, Welfare Director


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 216 S C St
Grangeville, ID 83530
Phone: 877-456-1233
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to supplement low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Hailey, ID

Address: 206 1st Ave S
Suite 200
Hailey, ID 83333
Phone: 208-788-5566
Fax: 208-788-5501
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County government. Marriage licenses.

County Services office has limited assistance for Blaine County residents in the following areas of need: food, utilities, shelter, transportation, medical.

County services office is located at 219 1st Ave S., Ste. 201, Hailey, Id 83333


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Homedale, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 15 W Colorado St
Homedale, ID 83628-1198
Phone: 208-337-4812
Fax: 208-337-6170
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary, call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs.

HOUSEHOLD INCOME LIMITS:
CSBG: 125% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
USDA and Telephone Assistance: 133% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance): 150% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
Weatherization Program: Request income limits when calling
VASSVF: Eligible Veteran and 50% of Area Median Income

Food Pantry (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Households may utilize the food pantry once every 60 days. Food boxes typically provide 2-4 days worth of food. Garden seeds may also be available in the springtime (Limited availability). The food pantry is available at all locations between 8:30 A.M and 4:30 P.M.

USDA Commodities Distribution (Eligibility up to 133% of Federal Poverty Level):
Commodities are available once per month at multiple distribution sites in the Treasure Valley. For specific dates and times please call 377-0700. Available at all El-Ada locations
" In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, political beliefs, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 ( TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."

Information, Referral and Service Coordination:
Phone or walk-in information available about low-income services in the Treasure Valley. Written referrals, vouchers and arranged appointments for basic and emergency needs. Assistance completing applications for services. Available at all El-Ada locations.

Emergency Water Utility Assistance (Eligibility up to 150% of Federal Poverty Level):
Assistance available once per year for United Water or Meridian Water customers who are facing shut-off. Call 345-2820 for more information.

Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF) (Eligibility up to 50% of HUD Area Median Income)
Case Management and supportive services to help Veterans facing loss of housing or experiencing homelessness obtain or maintain permanent housing and achieve household stability goals.
Walk-in to apply, or call for an appointment: 345-2820. For further information about the SSVF Program, please visit http://www1.va.gov/homeless/ssvf.asp

GED Assistance (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Payment for GED preparation and testing through the College of Western Idaho. Please follow the link for further information http://www.cwidaho.cc/adult-basic-education/ . Available at the Boise Resource Center, Mountain Home, and Homedale offices.

Educational Resource Assistance (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Co-Payment assistance up to $65.00 for middle and high school student program, class fee, and supplies. Vouchers also available to adults for parenting classes and employment related certifications. Available at the Boise Community Resource Center, Mountain Home, and Homedale locations during July and August each year.

Energy Assistance Program (Eligibility up to 150% of Federal Poverty Level):
Assistance for low income households with winter heating costs and energy efficiency. Available during November through April by appointment only. To schedule an appointment please call (208) 322-1242.

Telephone Assistance (Eligibility up to 133% of Federal Poverty Level):
Application processing for reduced basic telephone services and rates. Eligibility is limited to 133% of poverty guidelines. Available at the Garden City office.

Weatherization Assistance Program (Request current income guidelines when calling):
The Weatherization Assistance Program assists income-eligible families and individuals by reducing their heating/cooling costs and improving the safety of their homes by providing energy efficiency measures. Please call (208) 377-0700.
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HIV Testing, Counseling and Education (Eligibility based on risk factors, not income):
Free OraQuick Advance rapid testing and results for HIV with counseling on site at various outreach van locations. Individual HIV prevention and risk reduction education. (208) 345-8994.

Outreach Van:
Outreach to persons experiencing homelessness. Screening for HUD, VA and other community housing programs.
Seasonal clothing and supplies distribution (as available).
Mobile HIV prevention and testing services. If you have specific questions please call (208) 345-8994.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Horseshoe Bend, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 100 Madison Ave
Horseshoe Bend, ID 83629
Phone: 208-365-3116
Services Provided: Education
Emergency Services
Employment
Housing
Income Management
Nutrition Partnerships
Family Development
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Idaho Falls, ID

Organization Name: Community Council of Idaho
Address: 1349 S Hones Ave
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Phone: 208-524-0980
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: * National Council of La Raza Affiliate *
Job placements or job training for people with agricultural related experience. Provide services to low income seasonal/migrant individuals and families employed with raw agricultural products, at risk youth counseling, English as second language (improving job skills for H & W clients), Bilingual aids education, financial assistance, rental emergency, food, Head Start, scholarships for low income individuals. Will help with transportation costs (ie bus tickets in emergency)
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 935 E Lincoln Rd
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Phone: 208-522-5391
Fax: 208-522-5453
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Salvation Army, Cascade Division
Address: 605 N Blvd
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Phone: 208-522-7200
Fax: 208-522-5127
Services Provided: We offer the following services: Food Bank, one time rent/utility assistance, After School Program, Summer Day Camp Program, limited prescription assistance, hygiene kits, diapers, etc., religious services, Christmas Baskets, co-sponsor of Community Thanksgiving Dinner.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 150 Shoup Ave
Suite 15
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Phone: 208-528-5800
Fax: 208-528-5837
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Jerome, ID

233 West Main St
Jerome, ID 83338
Phone: 208-644-2710
Address: 233 West Main St
Jerome, ID 83338
Phone: 208-644-2710
Fax: 208-644-2709
Eligibility: Meet guidelines of Idaho Code for indigents.
Services Provided: Last resource for Medical/ Non-medical assistance to indigents.
Courthouse and Marriage licenses.



Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Kamiah, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 615 4th St
Kamiah, ID 83536
Phone: 208-935-2412
Fax: 208-935-1750
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Kellogg, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 311 S Main St
Kellogg, ID 83837
Phone: 208-783-4901
Fax: 208-783-4012
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs and telephone assistance (you can apply for the telephone assistance program at either Century Link or the Community Action Agency). Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 35 Wildcat Way
Kellogg, ID 83837
Phone: 208-784-1351
Fax: 208-784-1356
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Lewiston, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 124 New 6th Street
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 800-326-4843
Fax: 208-746-5456
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, child care referral, special housing programs, weatherization and telephone assistance (you can apply for the telephone assistance program at either Century Link or the Community Action Agency).

Community Outreach and Assistance determines client eligibility, assess needs and then works to meet those needs through CAP programs or through referrals to community programs. Area Agency on Aging offers assistance to low income seniors (60+) including medical equipment loans, medicine information, transportation, nutrition, legal services and adult protection services. Weatherization offers minor home repairs which aid in reducing energy costs for eligible clients. Housing Program offers affordable rental housing. Representative Payee Program works directly with beneficiaries and other service provider to help low income, disable clients live independently.

Circles Program - Assistance to low income people to develop and implement their own plan to end poverty through individual coaching, anti-poverty programs, allies, and volunteer opportunities.

Food Bank - Food Boxes (up to 3 times a year, must be at least 3 months in between), clearinghouse (perishable foods, once a week), Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.

Senior Nutrition Program - Serves meals in social atmosphere (senior centers, churches). Dietitian approved meals; delivery to pre-approved homebound elderly. Diabetic and regular meals offered. For home delivered meals call for more information.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 1230 Main St
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 208-799-3095
Fax: 208-799-3070
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Assistance with food/utilities, etc. Courthouse and Marriage licenses. Passports.

Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals

Clinical Department offers: Drug/Alcohol & Domestic Violence Counseling and Minors in Prevention Class - 208-799-3176
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Salvation Army, Cascade Division
Address: 1220 21st St
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 208-746-9653
Fax: 208-746-0673
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Provides assistance with groceries, lodging, meals, non-narcotic prescriptions, household items, and clothing, transportation assistance (bus ticket or gas voucher), . Operates at Lewiston and Moscow a thrift store. Rental and utility assistance. Social services open from 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm Tuesday - Friday.
Community Evening Soup Kitchen - 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Weight Loss Program
Church related groups for men and women
Walking group
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 1118 'F' St
Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 877-456-1233
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.

**Long Term Care Unit - Statewide consolidated unit.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Montpelier, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 680 4th N
Suite 3
Montpelier, ID 83254
Phone: 208-847-1462
Fax: 208-847-0586
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs, and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.

RSVP program also out of this office.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Moscow, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 428 W 3rd St
Suite 4
Moscow, ID 83843-2207
Phone: 208-882-3535
Fax: 208-883-3888
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 522 S Adams
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-883-7209
Fax: 208-883-7203
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Must be a resident of Latah County not less than 30 days, 18 years of age, US citizen. Must complete County Application and interview process. County is LAST resource for necessities of life and medical. Latah County Residents ONLY, Idaho code chapter 34 & chapter 35.
Courthouse and Marriage licenses.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Salvation Army, Cascade Division
Address: 315 S Jackson St
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-883-4812
Services Provided: Services Provided:
Emergency Assistance
Rental Assistance
Prescription Assistance
Clothing Assistance
Furniture
Household Goods
Utility Assistance
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 1350 Troy Highway
Suite 2
Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: 208-882-2433
Fax: 208-882-8575
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

Please note starting July, applications can be submitted electronically@officekioskfor food stamps.

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Mountain Home, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 585 N 3rd East St
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208-587-8407
Fax: 208-587-8408
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs and weatherization programs.

HOUSEHOLD INCOME LIMITS: - Call for information
CSBG: 125% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
USDA and Telephone Assistance: 133% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
LIHEAP (Energy Assistance): 150% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
Weatherization Program: Request income limits when calling
VASSVF: Eligible Veteran and 50% of Area Median Income

Food Pantry (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Households may utilize the food pantry once every 60 days. Food boxes typically provide 2-4 days worth of food. Garden seeds may also be available in the springtime (Limited availability). The food pantry is available at all locations between 8:30 A.M and 4:30 P.M.

USDA Commodities Distribution (Eligibility up to 133% of Federal Poverty Level):
Commodities are available once per month at multiple distribution sites in the Treasure Valley. For specific dates and times please call 377-0700. Available at all El-Ada locations
" In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, political beliefs, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 ( TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."

Information, Referral and Service Coordination:
Phone or walk-in information available about low-income services in the Treasure Valley. Written referrals, vouchers and arranged appointments for basic and emergency needs. Assistance completing applications for services. Available at all El-Ada locations.

Emergency Water Utility Assistance (Eligibility up to 150% of Federal Poverty Level):
Assistance available once per year for United Water or Meridian Water customers who are facing shut-off. Call 345-2820 for more information.

Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF) (Eligibility up to 50% of HUD Area Median Income)
Case Management and supportive services to help Veterans facing loss of housing or experiencing homelessness obtain or maintain permanent housing and achieve household stability goals.
Walk-in to apply, or call for an appointment: 345-2820. For further information about the SSVF Program, please visit http://www1.va.gov/homeless/ssvf.asp

GED Assistance (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Payment for GED preparation and testing through the College of Western Idaho. Please follow the link for further information http://www.cwidaho.cc/adult-basic-education/ . Available at the Boise Resource Center, Mountain Home, and Homedale offices.

Educational Resource Assistance (Eligibility up to 125% of Federal Poverty Level):
Co-Payment assistance up to $65.00 for middle and high school student program, class fee, and supplies. Vouchers also available to adults for parenting classes and employment related certifications. Available at the Boise Community Resource Center, Mountain Home, and Homedale locations during July and August each year.

Energy Assistance Program (Eligibility up to 150% of Federal Poverty Level):
Assistance for low income households with winter heating costs and energy efficiency. Available during November through April by appointment only. To schedule an appointment please call (208) 322-1242.

Telephone Assistance (Eligibility up to 133% of Federal Poverty Level):
Application processing for reduced basic telephone services and rates. Eligibility is limited to 133% of poverty guidelines. Available at the Garden City office.

Weatherization Assistance Program (Request current income guidelines when calling):
The Weatherization Assistance Program assists income-eligible families and individuals by reducing their heating/cooling costs and improving the safety of their homes by providing energy efficiency measures. Please call (208) 377-0700.
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HIV Testing, Counseling and Education (Eligibility based on risk factors, not income):
Free OraQuick Advance rapid testing and results for HIV with counseling on site at various outreach van locations. Individual HIV prevention and risk reduction education. (208) 345-8994.

Outreach Van:
Outreach to persons experiencing homelessness. Screening for HUD, VA and other community housing programs.

Mobile HIV prevention and testing services. If you have specific questions please call (208) 345-8994.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
150 S 4th E
Suite 3
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208-587-2160
Address: 150 S 4th E
Suite 3
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208-587-2160
Fax: 208-587-2159
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government



Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 2420 American Legion Blvd
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208-587-9061
Fax: 208-587-5024
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
342 E Jackson
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208-398-3384
Organization Name: Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Address: 342 E Jackson
Mountain Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208-398-3384
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Offers emergency aid for food and limited assistance with rent & utilities.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Murphy, ID

20381 State Hwy 78
Murphy, ID 83650
Phone: 208-495-2421
Address: 20381 State Hwy 78
Murphy, ID 83650
Phone: 208-495-2421
Fax: 208-495-1173
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government/Welfare. Courthouse and Marriage licenses.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Nampa, ID

403 12th Ave. S
Nampa, ID 83651
Phone: 208-467-6586
Organization Name: Salvation Army, Cascade Division
Address: 403 12th Ave. S
Nampa, ID 83651
Phone: 208-467-6586
Fax: 208-467-1183
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Programs includes: food boxes, after school program, project share - assistance with heating bills, free music lessons.

After school program for all children. We also have a ten week summer camp that starts in June and ends in August.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 823 Park Center Way
Nampa, ID 83651
Phone: 208-465-8444
Fax: 208-442-2810
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Nampa, ID 83687
Phone: 208-466-3400
Service Categories:
Organization Name: Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Address: Nampa, ID 83687
Phone: 208-466-3400
Service Categories:
Services Provided: Utility Assistance Only. Nampa and Melba Only.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Nezperce, ID

510 Oak St
Room #1
Nezperce, ID 83543
Phone: 208-937-2251 xDistrict
Address: 510 Oak St
Room #1
Nezperce, ID 83543
Phone: 208-937-2251 xDistrict
Fax: 208-937-9234
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government and Marriage licenses.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Orofino, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 320 Michigan Ave.
Room 303
Orofino, ID 83544
Phone: 208-476-4949
Fax: 208-476-4669
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
150 Michigan Avenue
Orofino, ID 83544
Phone: 208-476-3864
Address: 150 Michigan Avenue
Orofino, ID 83544
Phone: 208-476-3864
Fax: 208-476-9315
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
219 Johnson Ave
Orofino, ID 83544
Phone: 208-476-3777
Organization Name: The Idaho Foodbank
Address: 219 Johnson Ave
Orofino, ID 83544
Phone: 208-476-3777
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Emergency Food Boxes (case by case basis) and thrift shop.
Financial assistance for various needs for indigent residents. Must make an application and assistance is given once per year. Examples includes: rent, utilities, and households goods.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Paris, ID

7 E Center St
Paris, ID 83261
Phone: 208-945-2212
Address: 7 E Center St
Paris, ID 83261
Phone: 208-945-2212
Fax: 208-945-2780
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government offices. Marriage licenses.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Payette, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 515 N 16th St
Payette, ID 83661
Phone: 208-642-6400
Fax: 208-642-9746
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 1531 S Main St
Payette, ID 83661
Phone: 208-642-4436
Fax: 208-642-4437
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs, disaster services and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Pocatello, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 641 N 8th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: 208-232-1114
Fax: 208-233-8122
Eligibility: Call for specific information
Services Provided: Provides rental assistance when funds are available.

Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

SEICAA Housing is run out of this office. This program offers affordable housing, including housing for the elderly. All housing is rental. Housing is in Blackfoot and Pocatello. All housing is for low income tenants.

RSVP program also out of this office.
Meals on Wheels is for residents of Bannock County that are homebound.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can be used to save for a certain asset goal (restrictions apply). To get more information ask to speak to an account manager. For more information ask to speak with Patty Day.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Salvation Army, Cascade Division
Address: 400 N 4th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: 208-232-5318
Eligibility: Low income, no income, transient.
Services Provided: Provides assistance with food, clothing, housing, and emergency assistance. Also includes project share, assistance with heating bills. Daily lunch program (6 days per week,11:00 am to 12:00 pm, Monday - Saturday).
Pre-made food boxes available Tuesday & Thursday regular business hours
Pantry open Monday, Wednesday & Friday @ 1:00
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 1090 Hiline Rd
Pocatello, ID 83205-4166
Phone: 208-235-2900
Fax: 208-236-6100
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources.
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.


**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Ponderay, ID

Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 207 Larkspur St
Ponderay, ID 83852
Fax: 208-263-4198
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Preston, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 16 S 1st W
#B
Preston, ID 83263
Phone: 208-852-1515
Fax: 208-852-1490
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs, and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

RSVP program also out of this office.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.

LIHEAP ~ Utility Assistance.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 223 N State St
Preston, ID 83263
Phone: 208-852-0634
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources.
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Rexburg, ID

275 Stationary Place
Rexburg, ID 83401
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 275 Stationary Place
Rexburg, ID 83401
Fax: 208-356-8217
Services Provided: Food pantry, USDA commodities, senior commodity box, GED program, energy assistance, crisis assistance with heating source
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Address: 134 E Main
Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-359-6200
Fax: 208-356-8396
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government.

Assessor's Office:
Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 333 Walker Dr
Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-359-4750
Fax: 208-356-5461
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Rigby, ID

210 Courthouse Way
Suite 100
Rigby, ID 83442
Phone: 208-745-7756
Address: 210 Courthouse Way
Suite 100
Rigby, ID 83442
Phone: 208-745-7756
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: Jefferson County government office.



Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Rupert, ID

715 G St
Rupert, ID 83350
Phone: 208-436-7111
Address: 715 G St
Rupert, ID 83350
Phone: 208-436-7111
Fax: 208-436-0737
Eligibility: Set by Idaho Code, Title 31 Section 35 (indigent funds)
Services Provided: Medical Assistance, Rent, Utilities, Food (very limited)
Marriage Licenses


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Saint Anthony, ID

151 W 1st N
Room 12
Saint Anthony, ID 83445
Phone: 208-624-7365
Address: 151 W 1st N
Room 12
Saint Anthony, ID 83445
Phone: 208-624-7365
Fax: 208-624-7335
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County government, provides services to indigent.

Social services deputy: Debbie Adams


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Saint Maries, ID

701 W College Ave
Suite 101
Saint Maries, ID 83861
Phone: 208-245-3212
Address: 701 W College Ave
Suite 101
Saint Maries, ID 83861
Phone: 208-245-3212
Fax: 208-245-9152
Eligibility: Emergency services: Medical & Non-Medical for low income or no income clients.
Services Provided: County Government offices. Marriage licenses.

Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 11/27/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 416 Main Ave
Saint Maries, ID 83861
Phone: 208-245-9090
Fax: 208-245-3306
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs and telephone assistance (you can apply for the telephone assistance program at either Century Link or the Community Action Agency).

Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Salmon, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 955 Riverfront Dr
Suite A
Salmon, ID 83467
Phone: 208-756-3999
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
206 Courthouse Dr
Salmon, ID 83467
Phone: 208-756-2815
Address: 206 Courthouse Dr
Salmon, ID 83467
Phone: 208-756-2815
Fax: 208-756-8424
Eligibility: Low income, senior citizen, or handicapped
Services Provided: Indigent services, including medical. Courthouse and marriage licenses.



Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 1301 Main
Suite 3B
Salmon, ID 83467
Phone: 208-756-3336
Fax: 208-756-3805
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Emergency Assistance (EA)--Provides help for individuals (with a child in the home) in need of work related services which could include tools, expenses related to transportation, clothing, etc.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Sandpoint, ID

Address: Sandpoint, ID 83864
Phone: 208-290-5895
Eligibility: call
Services Provided: For RENT or UTILITY assistance please call 211 and request a referral to the Navigation program.
Angels Over Sandpoint is a grass roots organization dedicated to helping a community in need. As an all-volunteer non-profit group, we rely on generous benefactors to make our giving possible. Since our inception over 10 years ago, we have contributed over $400,000 to helping the residents of Bonner County.
Angels Over Sandpoint is recognized as a non-profit tax exempt 501(c)(3) public charity.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 1650 Baldy Mountain Rd
Sandpoint, ID 83864
Phone: 208-255-2910
Fax: 208-255-1841
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources and family development programs. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Shoshone, ID

111 West B St
Suite C
Shoshone, ID 83352
Phone: 208-886-7641
Address: 111 West B St
Suite C
Shoshone, ID 83352
Phone: 208-886-7641
Fax: 208-886-2798
Eligibility: Meet guideline.
Services Provided: County Welfare, Medical, gas voucher, motel, food, shelter. Courthouse and Marriage licenses.


Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Soda Springs, ID

Organization Name: Caribou County
Address: 159 S Main St
Soda Springs, ID 83276
Phone: 208-547-4324
Fax: 208-547-4759
Eligibility: Contact for specific information.
Services Provided: County Government



Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 159 S Main
Room 102
Soda Springs, ID 83276
Phone: 208-547-4257
Fax: 208-547-2379
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food bank, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs, and gas voucher assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Twin Falls, ID

Organization Name: Community Council of Idaho
Address: 1139 Falls Ave E
Suite B
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-734-3336
Fax: 208-734-8993
Eligibility: Contact for specific information
Services Provided: * National Council of La Raza Affiliate *
Job placements or job training for people with agricultural related experience. Provide services to low income seasonal/migrant individuals and families employed with raw agricultural products, at risk youth counseling, English as second language (improving job skills for H & W clients), Bilingual aids education, financial assistance, rental emergency, food, Head Start, scholarships for low income individuals. Will help with transportation costs (ie bus tickets in emergency)

Colonia de Colores - Farm labor housing facility for low income people.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
736 Main Ave N
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-329-7225
Address: 736 Main Ave N
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-329-7225
Fax: 208-733-0132
Eligibility: Referrals from Navigators, South Central Community Action or screened by ministry volunteers
Services Provided: Through the community assistance program, Mustard Seed Community Assistance helps people with food, clothing, toys, furniture, utilities, bus tickets, some repairs, and rental assistance. Free bread (donated by local grocery stores) is available throughout the week. Each case is handled on its own merit!
Thrift Store: Accept donations and sell used clothes and other merchandise to the public.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 3/15/2019
Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 550 Washington St S
Twin Falls, ID 83303
Phone: 208-733-9351
Fax: 208-733-9355
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs and telephone assistance applications. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
Organization Name: Salvation Army, Cascade Division
Address: 348 4th Ave N
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-733-8720
Eligibility: Magic Valley resident.
Services Provided: Rental Assistance TWIN FALLS COUNTY ONLY (if there is funding) - must have and eviction notice, must have some sort of an income, cannot be on housing assistance. One time assistance.

Provides emergency food boxes, meal site from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., emergency lodging, energy assistance, clothing and household needs by voucher through the Salvation Army spiritual drug and alcohol counseling and rehab available.

After school program children 6-12 ($20.00 a month)
Open Gym Program 15-19 ($2.00 a night fee) Friday.

Project Share- assist needy individuals with utility bills from Oct 1 through Apr 4. Will help according to availability of funding.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
844 Washington St. North, Suite 300
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-733-5765
Address: 844 Washington St. North, Suite 300
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-733-5765
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 8/10/2013
Organization Name: Health & Welfare, Self-Reliance Programs
Address: 601 Poleline Rd
Suite 5
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Phone: 208-736-2110
Fax: 208-736-2176
Eligibility: Eligibility for the Self-Reliance programs is based on an individual or family's income and resources
Services Provided: Applications may be requested in person or by telephone, but must be submitted in writing. Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine to have an application packet mailed (dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588). Self-Reliance programs include:

**Cash Assistance (TAFI, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho) provides cash assistance to low income families with children. Adults have a 24-month lifetime limit. Adult participants must seek employment, training, or educational opportunities as a condition of eligibility. Pregnant women with no other children will be eligible for TAFI only if there is a medical condition that prevents work and they are in the last trimester of pregnancy. Unmarried minors with children will be required to live at home with the minor's parents unless good cause exists.

** Food Stamps provide food benefits necessary for good health and nutrition to low-income households and to stabilize seasonal and low-income labor markets.

**Child Care. The Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP) subsidizes child care costs of low-income families who are working, looking for work, attending training or educational programs, or need preventive services. Qualifying families will then be directed to the ICCP referral program, to be linked with a licensed childcare provider. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588. Benefits are based on a sliding-fee scale.

**Idaho Medicaid Benefit Plans. Medicaid now does more to improve your health, find new health problems early, and manage current health problems. If you are eligible for Medicaid, you will get benefits based on your health needs. The following are the plans available and benefits that you will receive with each one of them.
- Medicaid Basic Plan. - it is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children. This plan provides complete health, prevention, and wellness benefits for children and adults who don't have special health needs. Most Medicaid participants will be enrolled in this benefit plan.
- Medicaid Enhanced Plan. - It is for individuals with disabilities or special health needs. This plan includes all the benefits in the Basic Plan, plus additional benefits.

Existing programs will continue to remain in place after July, 2006:
1. The Pregnant Women and Children (PWC) plan provides medical assistance for qualifying women with medically verified pregnancy.
2. ''CHIP'' as a benefit plan (both CHIP A and CHIP B) is no longer a current name. Children who are eligible for the new plans because they fall within the income brackets for the State Children's Health Insurance Program (Title XXI), will be enrolled in Idaho Medicaid and one of the two above mentioned benefit plans.
3. Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Plan (QMB) limited to Medicare paid services only.

**The Children's Access Card is a premium assistance program administered in partnership with Idaho insurance carriers. An eligible child qualifies for up to $100 per month in premium assistance or up to $300 per month for families with three or more children.

**Aid to the Aged, Blind, and Disabled (AABD) provides cash assistance and medical coverage to Idahoans with low-income who are 65 years of age or older, or are blind or disabled (disability must be verified by the Social Security Administration).

**Telephone Assistance. A program for the elderly, low income, or disabled (based on income) which helps pay telephone installation costs and monthly telephone service. To apply, you must complete an application at your local Health and Welfare office or Community Action Agency.

**Quest Card/EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer)--Food Stamps and Welfare Cash Payments run through the Quest card.

The Self-Reliance Program is administered by the Division of Welfare.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
630 Addison Ave W
2nd Floor
Twin Falls, ID 83303-0126
Phone: 208-736-4037
Address: 630 Addison Ave W
2nd Floor
Twin Falls, ID 83303-0126
Phone: 208-736-4037
Fax: 208-736-4182
Eligibility: Follows Idaho indigence code.
Services Provided: County Government and Marriage licenses.



Circuit Breaker is a property tax reduction program. The program is most often for elderly and disabled individuals
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Wallace, ID

Organization Name: Veterans Service/Shoshone County Assistance
Address: 700 Bank St
Suite 210
Wallace, ID 83873
Phone: 208-752-8601
Eligibility: Low income; emergency need.
Services Provided: Assistance with rent, medical and non-medical problems - Veterans services. This is a pay-back system.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Weiser, ID

Organization Name: Community Action Partnerships
Address: 35 W Court St
Weiser, ID 83672
Phone: 208-549-2066
Fax: 208-549-2099
Eligibility: All program eligibility guidelines vary; call for specific information.
Services Provided: Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs, and telephone assistance. Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

IDA stands for Individual Development Accounts. IDAs are matched savings accounts that can only be used to save for a certain asset goal. To get more information ask to speak to an account manager.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018
256 E Court St
Weiser, ID 83672
Phone: 208-414-2092
Address: 256 E Court St
Weiser, ID 83672
Phone: 208-414-2092
Fax: 208-414-3925
Eligibility: Washington County ONLY, Loans must be re-paid.
Services Provided: County Clerk's Office: Rent Payment Assistance, Medical Expense Assistance, Voter Registration, Utility Service Payment Assistance, Elections, U.S Passport Application Collection/Acceptance, Document Recording, County Budget Auditor.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

Nationwide

Organization Name: Lifeline Telephone Assistance Programs
Address: On Line Resource
Service Categories:
Services Provided: On line resource to find free government cell phone services.
Assurance Wireless 888-898-4888
En Touch 866-488-8719
Q Link Wireless - 855-754-6543

If you qualify for Lifeline Assistance, but you find that none of the companies offer free government cell phones where you live, you have another option. The companies below, while not offering free cell phone plans, do offer substantial Lifeline discounts off their regular mobile phone plans in Idaho:
◾ATT Mobility 800-377-9450
◾T-Mobile 800-866-2453
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 1/28/2019

NJ

Parsippany, NJ

Parsippany, NJ 07054
Phone: 888-898-4888
Service Categories:
Address: Parsippany, NJ 07054
Phone: 888-898-4888
Service Categories:
Services Provided: Assurance Wireless is a federal Lifeline Assistance program brought to you by Virgin Mobile. Lifeline is a government benefit program supported by the federal Universal Service Fund. Enrollment is available to individuals who qualify based on federal or state-specific eligibility criteria. The Lifeline Assistance program is available for only one wireless or wireline account per household.
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 10/30/2018

WA

Spokane, WA

Organization Name: Veteran's Affairs
Address: 1101 West College Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: 509-477-3690
Fax: 509-477-2299
Eligibility: Veterans and their families based on financial need
Services Provided: Veteran Services provides counseling and emergency financial aid to honorably discharged indigent veterans and their families for rent, utilities, food, gas, and limited prescription assistance
Original Source: Idaho Careline 211
Last Updated: 11/2/2018