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COMMUNITY SUPPORTS 2

EDUCATION 7

INFORMATION SERVICES & HOTLINES 16

LEGAL/ADVOCACY 27

LEISURE/RECREATION 33

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS 40

Assisted Living, Residential Care Facilities, and Intermediate Care Facilities for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 44

MEDICAL 46

MENTAL HEALTH 53

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Service Providers 54

TRANSPORTATION 56

IDAHO MEDICAID NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION 56

VOCATIONAL TRAINING 60

JOB PLACEMENT 60

School District Professional-Technical Education Courses 66

MISCELLANEOUS 71

A+ Driving School 75

56 75


A-Z Family Services 75

61 75


ABC Express 75

56-57 75


Above and Beyond PSR, LLC 75

54 75


Access Point Family Services 75

2, 54 75


Center Theater 76

Centers for Disease Control National Prevention Information Network 76

A+ Driving School 81

(208) 523-1799 81

A-Z Family Services 81

Blackfoot 81

ABC Express 81

Above and Beyond PSR, LLC 81

(208) 521-7225 81

Access Point Family Services 81

(208) 522-4026 81

Adult Protective Services (EICAP) 81

Adventure Center, The Children’s Services 81

(208) 528-8639 81

Adult Services 81

(208) 528-2834 81

(208) 336-5353 84

1(877) 500-2980 or 84


COMMUNITY SUPPORTS




Developmental Disability Agencies (DDA)


Developmental therapy is provided to improve independent living skills and behavior management. In addition, DDAs offer assessments, counseling, physical, occupational and speech therapy for individuals having a developmental disability.

For children under 18 years of age, eligibility is determined by the DDA. All services are driven by an Individual Program Plan developed by the DDA and the consumer using a Person Centered Planning model following the completion of evaluations and specific skill assessments. The therapy builds on the individual’s strengths as they progress towards their personal goals.

For adults 18 and older, eligibility and a budget for services are determined by the Independent Assessment Provider (IAP), a contractor with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. A Plan of Service (POS) must be developed and authorized by the IAP prior to services. After the budget is set a Plan Developer works with the participant. The DDA then completes specific skill assessments and develops an implementation plan to address the objectives on the POS.

The following agencies are licensed DDAs:

Blackfoot Area:


  • Dawn Enterprises, Inc. (208) 785-5890

  • Southeastern Idaho Development Center (208) 782-3515

  • Southeastern Idaho Development-Judicial (208) 234-8525

Idaho Falls Area:

  • Access Point Family Services (208) 522-4026

  • Adventure Center, The (Children’s Services) (208) 528-8639

  • Adventure Center, The (Adult Services) (208) 528-2834

  • Development Workshop, Inc. (208) 524-1550

  • Innovative Health Care Concepts (208) 529-8526 or (208) 523-6727

  • Joshua D. Smith Foundation (208) 523-5674

  • Riverside Services Group (208) 542-4517

  • Royal Journeys (208) 552-1334

  • Transitions, Inc., Vocational Services (208) 542-6063

  • Transitions, Inc., Children’s Services (208) 524-5767

Rexburg Area:

  • Excellence in Everyone, Inc. (208) 624-2002 (St. Anthony)

  • Northfork Developmental (208) 624-7781 (St. Anthony)

  • Developmental Workshop, Inc (208) 356-3722

  • Royal Journeys (Adult Services) (208) 356-4836

  • Royal Journeys (Children Services) (208) 356-3029

Rigby Area:

  • Royal Journeys (Adult Services) (208) 745-1334

  • Royal Journeys (Children Services) (208) 745-0521

Salmon Area:

  • Joshua D. Smith Foundation (208) 756-6564

  • Developmental Workshop, Inc (208) 756-4608


Because frequent changes may occur, please contact the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare at (208) 528-5800 for a current list of providers.

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare


150 Shoup Ave., Suite 19

Idaho Falls ID 83402

(208) 528-5800

Services available:



Durable Medical Care (208) 528-5800– Provides for the purchase or rent of medically necessary durable medical equipment and supplies for individuals residing in community settings.

Family Support Services (208) 528-5800 – Assistance for families of individuals who are institutionalized or families of individuals for whom institutionalization may be imminent, and who will, as a result of the Family Support Grant, return or keep their family member home. This service is intended to help families prior to a crisis in order to prevent the need for an individual with a disability to move to an institution or residential placement outside the family home. Monies can be used for, but are not limited to, diagnostic or evaluative procedures, purchase or rent of special equipment, specialized therapies, special diets, and medical care.

Foster Parents Agency (208) 528-5900 - Provides a licensed home for children who are in the custody of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, and, for one reason or another, cannot stay in their homes due to abuse. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare provides a licensed home for children who are in the custody of the Department, and, for one reason or another, cannot stay in their homes due to abuse.

Idaho Child Care Program (208) 528-5800 - Helps low-income families pay for child care. It is available to families who are employed, looking for work, in job training, or enrolled in school. A family must meet income guidelines and need child care to work, look for work, or attend a job training or educational program. Payments are made to eligible caregivers for child care costs based on a sliding fee scale. The program helps pay for a portion of the child care costs incurred by the caretaker. Choosing and paying a child care provider is the responsibility of the caretaker.

Personal Care Services (PCS) (208) 528-5900 or (208) 528-5750 - Tasks related to a consumer’s physical or functional requirements are provided in the consumer’s home. May include assistance with: basic personal care and grooming; medications; food, nutrition, and diet; housekeeping; medical appointments; and grocery shopping.


Respite Care (208) 528-5701 Temporary care or relief to families with adult/children with disabilities living in their home.




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