Helpful Links

We hope you find these links helpful. Many of the resources you may be looking for can be found in the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine database in the ‘Get Help’ or ‘Search Database’ pages.

Children and Families

Child Care Licensing
Help for KinCare Families
Parenting Teens – Informational web site for parents with teen children
Idaho Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health; contact by phone at 1-800-905-3436 or email to learn more about advocacy.
NEW! Talk to your children about prescription drug abuse at Parents360 Rx.
NEW! Idaho Foster Parents Blog

Disabilities and Seniors

Area Agency on Aging – North Idaho
Benefits CheckUp for Seniors
Idaho Assistive Technology Project
Idaho State Council on Developmental Disabilities
NEW! Information about Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders (ADRD).
NEW! Click here for a list of additional web links for Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias.
Medicaid for Workers with Disabilities, Idaho State Independent Living Council
Senior Meal Sites and Home Delivered Meal Information:
Boise Meal Sites
Boise Home Delievered Meals
Coeur d’Alene Meal Information
Idaho Falls Meals Information
Idaho Falls Senior Center Locations
Lewiston Meals Information (at the bottom of the page)
Pocatello Meals Information
Pocatello Directory of Resources from the Area Agency on Aging
Twin Falls Meals Information
Twin Falls Directory of Senior Centers and Meal Sites

Education and Employment

Unemployment Lifeline


ASK ME! About a Mammogram.
NEW! Find a Prescription Collection Site Near You
Radon Test Kit Providers
Seasonal Influenza in Idaho

Military Resources

Access To Recovery for Idaho National Guard, Military Reserve Members and veterans of all branches.
Army One Source
Military Family Resource Center
National Resource Directory

Public Assistance

NEW! Fair Housing Forum
Fraud Reporting Online
IDHW Application For Assistance-ENGLISH
IDHW Solicitud de Asistencia-ESPAÑOL
Idaho Home Choice Program
Medicaid Dentist Locator / Idaho Smiles
Medicaid for Workers with Disabilities, Department of Health and Welfare

For additional Resources and Information please call 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588.