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Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

YES (Youth Empowerment Services): YES is a system of care for youth in Idaho under 18 who may benefit from mental health support. YES uses a youth and family-centered, team-based, and strengths focused approach for early identification, treatment planning, and implementation of mental health care.

Parent Network: This volunteer organization created by parents and for parents of children with mental health concerns.

Idaho Antitrafficking Coalition: You can text or call this number and find a case manager.

Idaho Parents Unlimited: IPUL supports, empowers, educates and advocates to enhance the quality of life for Idahoans with disabilities and their families.

NAMI Idaho
National Alliance on Mental Illness Idaho- Find your local chapter.

Idaho Legislature

Idaho Anti-trafficking Coalition

Northwest PANDAS/PANS Network (NWPPN)

A local non-profit serving children diagnosed with PANDAS/PANS and their families. PANDAS/PANS are post-infectious neuroinflammatory disorders that cause a normally functioning child to have an abrupt onset of of psychiatric symptoms, eating restrictions and/or tics. Visit their website to learn how 1 in 200 children are affected by these disorders.

211 Careline (a free, statewide, community information and referral service which is a program of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program)

Wright Yellow pages for kids: (find a variety of services throughout Idaho)

Bright by Text: text IDAHOFAMILY to 274448 free age appropriate tips and activities for parents of young children

Family Advocates:

Parents as Teachers

Bright By Text

Department of Education – Special Education

Special education manual

Idaho Parents Unlimited IPUL supports, empowers, educates and advocates to enhance the quality of life for Idahoans with disabilities and their families.