Helps low-income families buy the food they need in order to stay healthy.
Families of children who receive free or reduced meals at school or attend a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) school may receive financial assistance to replace school meals during the school year 2020-2021 due to COVID-19 school closures or schools with reduced attendance (hybrid classes).
Federal program that helps supplement the diets of low-income families by providing emergency food assistance at no cost.
Provides USDA foods to income-eligible households living on Indian reservations
Free food assistance services.
During the school year, qualifying children can receive free and reduced-cost meals while at school.
During summer break, children can receive free meals at food sites.
Provides temporary cash benefits for eligible low-income families and households to help pay for food, clothing, shelter and other essentials.
Helps Idaho families pay utility bills, weatherize homes, and provides energy conservation education.
Helps low-income families pay for basic telephone service installation costs or monthly costs for basic residential telephone service.
Provides a temporary discount on monthly internet bills. Qualifying low-income households can receive up to $50/month on internet service and equipment rentals (up to $75/month discount if household is on qualifying Tribal lands) and a one-time $100 discount for a laptop, tablet or desktop computer.
Online chat available at idahosuicideprevention.org
Call (800) 273-8255 or Text (208) 398-4357
You don’t have to be suicidal to call. If you or a loved one need to talk, call now. Someone is always there for you on the other end of the line.
NAMI Idaho serves residents across the state with free mental health support, online groups, resources and education.
System of care to help youth under the age of 18 who have a serious emotional disturbance (SED).
Statewide financial assistance program for uninsured children with a qualifying medical condition.
Health facilities provide affordable family planning services including a broad range of contraceptive methods, health education, and related preventative health services.
Empowering pregnant women, children and families through its evidence-based home visiting services. Participating families gain knowledge and skills to support their children’s health and well-being. If you qualify for WIC, you will also qualify for home visiting.
Immunization allow a person to become protected against a disease through vaccination. Some vaccinations are provided at no or low-cost in Idaho.
Provides free breast and cervical cancer screenings and diagnostic testing to low-income, uninsured women.
Provides newborn hearing screening assistance.
Low-cost health coverage program for children under age 19 whose family income is too high to qualify for Medicaid.
A special program for children with complex medical needs or disabilities who live at home with their families. Requires Medicaid application.
Provides healthcare services for low-income people and families.
Subsidized health care when you don’t qualify for Medicaid. Shop, compare and choose the health insurance coverage that’s right for your family.
No-cost eye assessments for infants 6-12 months.
Provides a basic pair of single or bifocal lenses. A voucher is for individuals who have no other resources with which to obtain a basic pair of eyeglasses.
Information and additional resources for you and your child’s eye health.
Serves families by providing childcare assistance to working families paying for a portion of childcare.
Helps low-income families prepare to succeed in school through local programs
Coordinates a system of early interventions to assist children from birth to 3 years of age who have developmental delay or conditions that may result in a developmental delay.
Sometimes babies cry for no apparent reason. Use a crying plan to help everyone feel calmer.
Protect your newborn by learning the ABC’s of safe sleep. Safe sleep practices can help protect babies from sleep-related causes of infant death.
Find Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings in Idaho.
IDHW has different paths by which you may access treatment and recovery support services to help you find and maintain a life of recovery from substance use disorder.
Peer-based recovery support services.
Get help finding treatment centers and other resources.
Quitting tobacco, nicotine, and vaping is a process. Whether you are thinking about quitting, are not yet ready to quit, or have already quit, Project Filter can help each step of the way.