COVID-19 Treasure Valley Community Resource Page

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We've compiled a list of Community Resources available throughout the Treasure Valley to support those directly and indirectly impacted by COVID-19. 

WARNING: Information is changing continuously, please check the corresponding organization's website or call them for the latest updates.

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If you have any community resources to add to this page, please use this link. Information and details provided are changing frequently, please contact the listed organization for the latest details on services offered.



General Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention        Website

Services Offered: Coronavirus guidelines for America, how to protect yourself and loved ones and what to do if you are sick. Facts about Coronavirus.


Idaho's Official Resources page for COVID-19       Website

View the latest updates from the State government on this official website.


Idaho 2-1-1 CareLine

Phone: 211       Website 

Services Offered: Find free or low cost services in your local community and dedicated content for COVID-19.


Idaho Resource and Service Navigation

Phone: 211, ask for Navigation Services or visit their  Website

Hours of Operation: M-F, 8am-6pm (phone)

Services Offered: Navigation Services can help families with resource navigation and crises management. Anyone can request a referral to navigation by calling 2-1-1 (Monday-Friday between 8am and 6pm MT) and asking to be referred to Navigation Services. Navigators will make contact within two business days of the referral. 


Aunt Bertha, The Social Care Network       Website

Services Offered: Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more.


COVID-19 Information Explained in several Languages       Website


Central District Health Department       Website     Service Area: Ada, Boise, Elmore, Valley Counties

Services Offered: The most up to date and accurate guidance on Coronavirus


Southwest District Health Department       Website     Service Area: Adams, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, Washington Counties

Services Offered: The most up to date and accurate guidance on Coronavirus


Familywize Prescription Savings Card 


Services Offered: Free prescription savings card, regardless of income or insurance status


Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline

Phone: 208-398-4357 (call or text)        Website

Services Offered: Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline provides crisis intervention, emotional support, problem solving, and referrals to local resources for persons at risk for suicide and for those concerned about them.


City of Eagle Hotline       Phone: 208-489-8763

Services Offered: The City of Eagle is modifying its coronavirus hotline. While previously the hotline was being used to connect at-risk people with volunteers willing to run errands for them, we are now opening up the hotline to anyone who needs help or who has questions about the new city and statewide coronavirus policies. M-F 8am-5pm.

Food/Basic Needs Pantries and Student Meals

Idaho's Pandemic – Electronic Benefits Transfer [Healthy Meals for Idaho Students]

The Pandemic – Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) Program provides additional money for families to buy food due to COVID-19 related school closures. Households will receive a notice of eligibility in the mail from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW).
See more details and eligibility at


Idaho School Districts Free Student Meals     Location/Service Area: Select schools throughout Idaho


Services Offered: The USDA is working with schools to ensure they can still offer free school breakfasts and/or lunch to students in need even if the school has to temporarily close due to COVID-19. Community members can view a map of feeding sites, and details about how and when they are being distributed.


Idaho Foodbank       Location/Service Area: Locations across Idaho

Phone: 208-336-9643       Website        Hours of Operation: Refer to website

Services Offered: Three main Foodbank locations and many satellite locations are open for community access. Refer to the website for a map of locations and be sure to call your location before visiting.


Agape in Action      Location/Service Area: Garden City

Address: 5555 N Glenwood St., Garden City       Website       Phone: 208-685-0612

Services Offered: Last Saturday of the month, providing boxes of food, hygiene and basic household items


Boise Schools Foundation SAFE Fund       Location/Service Area: Available for Boise School District students and families

Phone: 208-472-2233, English/Spanish/Arabic/Swahili

Services Offered: SAFE Hotline is staffed by Boise School District Counselors and Social Workers who will respond within 48 hours. Basic needs support... including immediate funding for groceries, pharmacy/medication, laundry.       


Care House Partnerships Food Bank     Location/Service Area: Nampa

Address: 1524 6th Street, Nampa, Idaho  Phone: 208-466-3549       Website

Hours of Operation: 12:30PM - 4:00PM Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday

Services Offered: Food Pantry


Cathedral of the Rockies        Location/Service Area: Boise

Phone: 208-343-7511        Address:  717 N. 11th St., Boise

Services Offered: Sack lunches M-Sat 11-1:30pm


El Ada Community Food Pantry       Location/Service Area: Boise, Elmore County, Owyhee County

Phone: 208-377-0700        Website

Services Offered: Food pantry available for use once every 60 days


Family Advocates       Location/Service Area: Ada and Canyon Counties

Phone: 208-345-3344 ext. 1015        Website 

Hours of Operation: Please call and/or email for assistance during this time.

Services Offered: Basic non-food necessities (other than toilet paper) to families in need


First Baptist Church Food Bank        Location/Service Area: Boise

Phone:  208-344-7809

Hours of Operation: Saturdays 9am-11am

Services Offered: Available once every 30 days per family. Drive through service.


First Bible Missionary Church        Location/Service Area: Boise

Phone: 208-297-8292

Address: 375 N Roosevelt

Services Offered: Call for appointment


Friendship Food Pantry       Location/Service Area: Boise, First Presbyterian Church 

Address: 950 W. State Street     Website

Services Offered: Drive up food boxes Mondays 5-7pm. Drive through service.


Idaho Department of Corrections       Location/Service Area: Ada County

Phone: 208-605-4601       E-mail:

Hours of Operation: 8-5p M-Fr   Telephone first. Food and hygiene items will be left on picnic table outside of building for released people from prisons and their dependents under age 18. 

Services Offered: Backpacks, food, hygiene items


Marsing School District Community Hub       Address: 205 8th Ave W. Hwy 78, Marsing, ID 83639            Phone: (208)649-5411

Services Offered: Food pantry


Meals on Wheels for Seniors

Services Offered: Seniors can receive delivery of meals. Seniors in Nampa (208-467-7266) and Caldwell (208-459-0132).


Meridian Food Bank       Phone: 208-888-5102

Services Offered: Drive through service M/W/F noon to 4pm. Need ID and proof of address, may visit 2x/mo


Mountain View Church of the Bretheren        Location/Service Area: Boise

Phone: 208-375-0604

Hours of Operation: Tu/Th 10am-1:30pm 


Notus Food Pantry    Location/Service Area: For families and students of Notus Schools      Phone: (208)870-0719


Nampa Seventh-day Adventist Church Community Services    

Phone: 208-461-1651     Website       Hours of Operation: Wednesday 12-4

Services Offered: Food boxes


Oasis Food Center       Location/Service Area: Canyon County

Phone: 208-459-6000       Website       Address: 506 W. Simplot Blvd., Caldwell Idaho 83605, United States

Hours of Operation: Food Center:  Open Wed. 12-2 (No hot meal), Thursdays: 4PM - 6PM


Saint Michael's Cathedral Church        Location/Service Area: Boise

Phone: 208-342-5601       Address: 518 N 8th St., Boise 

Hours of Operation: T/Th/Sa 10am - 11:45am 


Salvation Army, Boise

Phone: 208-343-5420       Website       Address: 9492 W Emerald Street

Hours of Operation: Food Pantry- Tues-Thurs 12pm-4pm, Fri 10am-2pm.  Drive through only.  

Services Offered: Food Boxes


Salvation Army, Caldwell

Phone: 208-459-2011       Website        Address: 1015 E Chicago St. Caldwell ID 83605        E-mail:

Hours of Operation: Services are drive thru only Tuesday-Thursday 1-3:30pm. Other services are by phone/email

Services Offered: Diapers, wipes, hand soap, food boxes, Toilet paper, face masks for vulnerable


Salvation Army, Nampa

Phone: 208-467-6586        Website       Address: 403 S 12th Ave  Nampa ID 83651

Hours of Operation: 9am - 4pm

Services Offered: We have extended the emergency shelter and extra month in order to avoid turning people out to the streets at this time. We have changed out room rules to a come date quarantine and social distancing.  We are also serving bagged lunches to the public every day and offer food box service Monday thru Thursday and other assistance on Fridays by appointment. 


Seventh Day Adventist Church       Location/Service Area: Canyon County

Phone: 208-454-3459       Website       Address: 2216 Linden Street Caldwell, ID - 83605

Hours of Operation: Monday: 2:30 p.m to 5:00 p.m, Tuesday 10 a.m to 12:30 p.m.

Services Offered: Food Boxes


St. Vincent de Paul Holy Apostles Food Pantry       Location/Service Area: Meridian    

Address: 6300A North Meridian Road, Meridian          

Phone: 208-995-6697          Website  

Hours of Operation: M/W/F 1-4pm and T/Th 5:30-7pm

Services Offered: Drive up food and diaper supplies, families can access 1x monthly


St. Vincent de Paul     Location/Service Area: Overland Food Pantry (Boise) and Holy Apostles Meridian Pantry

Phone: 208-344-5403      Website

Services Offered: Overland Food Pantry and Holy Apostles (Meridian)


St. Vincent de Paul, Canyon County      Location/Service Area: Canyon County

Phone: 208-452-2132       Website       Address:  3719 Cleveland Blvd, Caldwell, ID 83605

Hours of Operation: Wednesdays 11:30am - 2:00pm



Vineyard Food Pantry       Location/Service Area: Garden City       Phone: 208-377-1477

Services Offered: Drive-thru boxes and food deliveries


Idaho's Women Infant and Children (WIC) Program        Website

Services Offered: Help with food and infant formula for those who qualify.


Stores/Food Providers With Extended Services

Albertsons     Location/Service Area: All Albertsons grocery locations

Services Offered: Drive up and Go shopping, grocery delivery      Website


Boise Co-Op     Location/Service Area: Boise, Meridian

Phone: 208-472-4500      Website       Hours of Operation: 9am-8pm daily

Services Offered: Delivery and curbside pickup. Shopping hour for at risk customers - 8am-9am (Meridian) and 7am-8am (Boise) daily.


Boise Farmer's Market            Website

Services Offered: Drive thru Winter Market. The Boise Farmer's Market has also compiled a list of their local vendors who are offering delivery or pickup. 



Services Offered: special hours 9am - 10am Monday through Friday for customers 60 and older and for those with disabilities or who are immunocompromised.


CVS Pharmacy       Website

Services Offered: Free delivery of prescriptions and other essentials, video visit with health care practitioner, early prescription refills and 90 day prescription supply (on some prescriptions)


Fred Meyer

Services Offered: Grocery curbside pickup and delivery       Website


Life's Kitchen     Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley

Phone: 208-331-0199      Website

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 7:30AM to 1:30PM. Available meals for puchase. Call in orders to 208-331-0199 X303.


Ridley's Family Markets

Services Offered: Curbside pickup and home delivery


Rite Aid       Website

Services Offered: Senior/weakened immune system shopping hours everyday from 9am-10am, free COVID-19 testing, delivery and drive-thru pickup


Stinker Gas Stations in Albertsons' Parking Lots

Services Offered: Employees available to pump gas for seniors 7am-9am Tu and Th



Services Offered:  Tu/W, 8am-9am is reserved for vulnerable guests such as elderly and those with underlying health concerns.


Walgreens         Website

Services Offered: Free prescription delivery, free drive-thru COVID-19 testing



Services Offered: Walmart will open on Tuesdays from 6-7am for seniors only, vision and pharmacy will also be open.


Whole Foods       Website

Services Offered: Guests 60+ can shop between 7am-8am on Fridays. Grocery delivery and curbside pickup.


CDC guidelines for running essential errands (like grocery shopping)         Website


Housing Resources

Federal Rental Eviction Moratorium

The CDC has ordered a temporary halt to certain rental evictions for nonpayment of rent.      Website 


Federal Housing Finance Agency

"If your ability to pay your mortgage is impacted, and your loan is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac (use the "loan lookup" tools: for Fannie Mae or for Freddie Mac to find out), you may be eligible to delay making your monthly mortgage payments for a temporary period, during which: You won’t incur late fees and foreclosure and other legal proceedings will be suspended."        


Idaho Housing and Finance Association

The IHFA's Housing Preservation program provides up to three months of rent/utility assistance for qualifying individuals.     Website

View a list of rental and housing assistance resources here:


Jesse Tree of Idaho       Location/Service Area: Ada and Canyon Counties

Phone: 208-383-9486       Website

Hours of Operation: Available by phone M-F, 9-5

Services Offered: "Jesse Tree operates a Housing Crisis Line Monday through Friday 9am-5pm. A Jesse Tree volunteer can provide you with information about the eviction process, support, and connections to help you navigate your situation and identify resources and strategies you can use to stay in your housing. Clients may also be offered more intensive case management and rental assistance." 


Economic Opportunity - Micro-Enterprise and Finance       Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley and Twin Falls

E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: Rent/housing assistance and business assistance through emergency personal loans and small business loans. Interest and payments deferred for the first 4 months for those initiating new loans.



Boise Rescue Mission, Interfaith Sanctuary, and Corpus Christi shelters all remain open. Some are offering mobile COVID-19 tests/screenings. Services may be limited/revised from normal offerings.

Boise Rescue Mission: 208-343-2389        Website        

Interfaith Sanctuary: 208-345-5815       Website

Corpus Christi: 208-426-0039       Website

Salvation Army Nampa: 208-467-6586      Website       Address: 701 S. Allen Street, Suite 100 Meridian, ID 83642


Elderly Support

Area Agency on Aging      Location/Service Area: Ada, Adams, Boise, Canyon, Elmore, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, Valley & Washington Counties
Phone: 208-898-7086      E-mail:       Website        Address: 701 S. Allen Street, Suite 100 Meridian, ID 83642
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm 
Services Offered: Information services, Home-delivered meals, Homemaker, Respite, Volunteer services, emergency food bags, Curbside Meals (Services for 65 +)
AARP       Website
Services Offered: AARP will host a weekly live Coronavirus Information Tele-Town Hall on Thursdays at 1 p.m. ET.  Join by calling toll-free 855-274-9507. AARP Community Connections will offer an online platform to connect users to volunteer groups who can help with grocery delivery, emotional support, and other resources. Visit for more information. 
State Independent Living Council       Website
Services Offered: COVID-19 resource page for older adults and people with disabilities

Internet/Utility Support

Idaho Housing and Finance Association

The IHFA's Housing Preservation program provides up to three months of rent/utility assistance for qualifying individuals.     Website



Services Offered: We offer internet access for qualifying limited income households at $10 a month or less through our Access from AT&T program. Through 12/31/20, AT&T is temporarily expanding eligibility of Access from AT&T to households participating in the National School Lunch Program and Head Start. Also for a limited time, customers at locations with available AT&T Internet speeds above 10 Mbps may be eligible for a speed upgrade up to 25 Mbps.    Website


ATC Communications

Services Offered: Internet connection for families with children in their coverage areas of Albion, Malta, Raft River, Elba, Almo, Yost, Arco, Howe, Moore, Mackay, Malad  City and Holbrook areas; call (208) 673-5335


CenturyLink       Website

Services Offered: We are waiving late fees and will not terminate a residential or small business customer’s service through June 30 due to financial circumstances associated with COVID-19. Today, we recommitted to the FCC’s ‘Keep Americans Connected Pledge’ outlining these actions. We are also suspending data usage limits for residential customers during this time period due to COVID-19. For most customers, they do not need to contact us to ensure their service remains active.  However, due to system limitations, our pre-paid customers may need to contact us if they are unable to access the internet due to a missed payment.


Internet Options for Students       Website


Keep Americans Connected Pledge

Services Offered: Every company that signed on to this pledge has committed to not terminate any small business or residental service due to the financial impacts of COVID-19, waive any late fees incurred during this time due to financial constraints, open WiFi hotspots to any American in need. A list of participating companies can be found here.


Sparklight/Cableone       Website

Services Offered: "Sparklight today announced it will extend through the end of the year many of its relief measures that were set to expire on June 30, 2020, to support customers and communities in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will continue to make available its 15 Mbps residential internet plan for $10 per month for the first three months of service to help low income families and those most impacted from coronavirus challenges, such as seniors and college students through December 31, 2020. Sparklight is also extending access to free public WiFi hotspots across its footprint through the end of the year in order to keep individuals and communities connected during the crisis." Free wifi hot spots at Sparklight office, 2101 E. Karcher Road in Nampa, Orah Brandt Park, E. Quaker and Orah Way in Nampa, Skyview Park, E. Cottage and Blakeslee in Nampa, Bear Creek Park, Christopher and Stoddard in Meridian, Eighth Street Park, Willowbrook and NW Eighth Street in Meridian, Caldwell Housing Authority, 22730 Farmway Road in Caldwell, Luby Park on N. Illinois and Marble Front Road in Caldwell, and Kuna City Hall at 751 W. Fourth St.. Low cost internet ($10/mo) available to families in need.


Spectrum/Comcast/Charter       Website

Services Offered: "It’s even easier for low-income families who live in a Comcast service area to sign-up for Internet Essentials, the nation’s largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption program. New customers will receive 60 days of complimentary Internet Essentials service, which is normally available to all qualified low-income households for $9.95/month. Additionally, for all new and existing Internet Essentials customers, the speed of the program’s Internet service was increased to 25 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream. That increase will go into effect for no additional fee and it will become the new base speed for the program going forward...We’ll send all new customers a free self-install kit that includes a cable modem with a Wi-Fi router. There will be no term contract or credit check and no shipping fee.To sign up, applicants can simply visit here. The accessible website also includes the option to video chat with customer service agents in American Sign Language. There are also two dedicated phone numbers 1-855-846-8376 or 1-844-488-8395 for English and 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish."


Idaho Power    

Phone: 208-388-2323      Website

Services Offered: For those struggling with bills, please call 208-388-2323


Intermountain Gas    

Phone: 800-548-3679       Website

Services Offered: Offering payment plans for those struggling with bills.




Services Offered: In response to COVID-19, T-Mobile introduced T-Mobile Connect, its lowest prices smartphone plan ever, and added lower-cost options for Metro by T-Mobile to help ensure everyone has an affordable option to get and stay connected during these challenging times.


Suez Water    

Phone: 208-362-7304      Website

Services Offered: No water shut off unless there is a water main break or similar emergency.




Services Offered: "Verizon extends low-income internet offer through 2020. Verizon will continue to work with customers impacted by COVID-19 to provide the best financial options available now and moving forward."


Financial Assistance

Unemployment Insurance       Website

Services Offered: If you have experienced a loss of employment due to the COVID-19 epidemic, including those who are self-employed, you may be eligible for unemployment insurance from the Idaho Department of Labor. This includes those workers who are temporarily laid off, but intend to go back to work once the economy has resumed. 


TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)      Website

Services Offered: Families with children who meet certain requirements may qualify for this program from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, which provides bi-weekly cash assistance to families in need.


Bill Deferrment

Many companies are offering deferment on monthly payments and flexibility with payments. If you are financially strained due to the COVID-19 pandemic, consider contacting the businesses you pay monthly bills to, and ask if they are offering any flexibility in payments or consider temporarily suspending your services.

Memberships and Subscriptions

Some subscription services you receive monthly (i.e. cable tv, magazines) may allow temporary suspension; contact a service representative at the business to find out more information. Many membership services are offering flexibility to those impacted by COVID-19. Memberships might include a gym, season tickets to sporting events, etc. Contact a service representative at these organizations to discuss your individual circumstance and ask if you can pause services temporarily, or if they are offering any flexibility in payments. 

Credit Card Companies

Many credit card companies are allowing customers flexibility in payments, including the ability to skip payments without interest (Apple Card, American Express, Capital One, Wells Fargo, and others). Don't just skip a payment; be sure to call and talk to a service representative. You will need to be prepared to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted your financial experience in order to receive any flexibility. 

Utility Companies

Several local utility companies are offering flexibility for Idahoans impacted by COVID-19. Utilities may offer flexibility in payments, waive fees, suspend disconnections, offer extended services, etc. Utility companies offering flexibility include AT&T, CenturyLink, Sparklight/Cableone, Spectrum, Verizon, Idaho Power, Intermountain Gas, Suez Water, and others. Don't just skip a payment; be sure to call and talk to a service representative. You will need to be prepared to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted your financial experience in order to receive flexibility. Some internet providers are also providing free services. See above for more information.

Student Loan Payments       Website

Through the CARES act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act), direct federal student loan payments (not Federal Family Education Loans or private student loans) are suspended through December 31, 2020. Loan recepients won't receive penalty for skipping payments, and credit scores won't be impacted. All automatic payments will be automatically suspended through December.

Some private student loan providers may offer flexibility in payments. Contact your loan holder for more information.

Insurance Providers

Several insurance providers are allowing skip payments, extending payments, and waiving late fees for customers. Insurance providers offering flexibility at this time include Allstate, Geico, and others. Contact a service provider at your insurance company to discuss your individual situation and explore options.

Auto Payments        Website

Many lenders and auto companies are working with loan holders on payment flexibility. Contact your lender to discuss potential options.



Childcare for Frontline Workers

The Department of Health and Welfare is tracking those childcare centers that are open. Please contact the Idaho 2-1-1 Careline by dialing 211 on your phone to find a location.


Boys and Girls Club of Ada     

Phone: 208-376-4960     Website       Hours of Operation: 7am-6pm weekdays

Services Offered: Boys and Girls Club locations are continuing to provide childcare.


Idaho Stars       Location/Service Area: Statewide

Phone: Call the 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine by dialing 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588       E-mail:     

Hours of Operation: 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday - Friday        Website

Services Offered: We assist families who are searching for Child care to find providers.


Jannus Economic Opportunity       Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley

Phone: 208-947-4262       E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: Affordable, quality childcare in a home-based environment. Many providers offer care during evenings, overnights and weekends, and offer transportation as well.



Crush the Curve       Website

Services Offered: Free virus and antibody testing. Visit website to take an assessment and make your appointment.


Health Insurance and COIVD-19 Testing/Treatment

Services Offered: "Idaho health carriers have been collaborating with the Idaho Department of Insurance to provide relief for Idahoans during the COVID-19 pandemic. All five major health insurance carriers in Idaho are waiving cost-sharing for both testing and treatment. Those are Blue Cross of Idaho, Regence, SelectHealth, Pacific Source, and Mountain Health Co-Op." - text from


Family Medical Residency of Idaho       Website

Services Offered: "In general, please call the clinic with your questions or if you are worried you may have the disease, rather than walking in for an appointment. This will help us give you the right advice and arrange the right follow up while minimizing the risk to other patients." Offering telehealth services for medical and behavioral health. Pharmacy can be provided through the mail as well as through curb side pickup.  


St. Luke's Hospital     Location/Service Area: Meridian and Boise locations

Phone: 208-706-5000      Website       Hours of Operation: 24 hours

Services Offered: "St. Luke’s offers COVID-19 testing to the following high-priority patients, per recommendations from the Idaho State Testing Taskforce: Patients with COVID-19 symptoms, as confirmed through myChart self-triage, nurse triage by phone at 208-381-9500, or clinical evaluation. Asymptomatic patients (not exhibiting symptoms) will be tested under the following circumstances. Patients should ideally be tested between 24-48 hours (and no more than 72 hours) prior to: A planned surgery or certain procedures that involve increased exposure to a patient’s breath and/or airway (St. Luke’s will coordinate this testing as part of the pre-surgery/pre-procedure process.) Discharge or transfer from a St. Luke’s hospital to a high-risk congregate living facility, such as a long-term care, skilled nursing, or psychiatric care facility." 


Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center      

Phone: (877)341-2121       Website        Hours of Operation: 24 hours

Services Offered: Drive up respiratory screening at the Meridian Saint Alphonsus (3025 W. Cherry Lane, Meridian) and Garrity Urgent Care (1150 Sister Catherine Way, Nampa) from 8am-8pm, 7 days a week. Offering a COVID-19 triage phone line at 208-302-2683. Nurses will answer questions about symptoms, screening locations, risk factors, prevention and more. The hotline will be answered from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. Virtual care for mild conditions at MyeOnline, check with your insurance provider for coverage information. 


Saltzer Medical Care       Location/Service Area: Nampa

Phone: 208-463-3000       Website      

Services Offered: Drive up COVID-19 testing at South Meridian, Caldwell, North Nampa, and South Nampa from 8am-8pm 


Terry Reilly Health Services       Website

Services Offered: "Encouraging patients to call before coming into the clinic and will be screened before entering. To accommodate patients in their home they are offering telehealth services for medical, dental and behavioral health." 


Valley Family Health Care       Website

Services Offered: "Encouraging patients to call before coming into the clinic and will be screened before entering. To accommodate patients in their home they are offering telehealth services for medical and behavioral health. Dental services are limited to emergency / acute only at this time"


West Valley Medical Care Center       Location/Service Area: Caldwell

Phone: 208-459-4161       Website

Services Offered: COVID-19 testing M-F, 5am-5pm at Main Entrance or 24/7 at Emergency Room


All Seasons Family Care        Location/Service Area: Boise, Nampa, Mountain Home

Phone: 208-321-0634       Website         Hours of Operation: 9-5 Monday-Friday and other hours by appointment.  Telemedicine and Telehealth

Address: 6933 W Emerald Boise ID 83704

Services Offered: Primary Care/Healthy Connections Provider, linking to services and supplies/case management, emotional support/fear reduction, behavioral health, SUD and relapse prevention, education on COVID-19 best practices/helpful cleaning tips, demonstrations of cleaning and hand washing routines. 


Central District Health       Location/Service Area: Ada, Boise, Elmore, Valley County

Phone: 208-327-7500       Website        Hours of Operation: 8-8 M and Tu, 8-5 Wed - Fri

Services Offered: Family Planning (visits and prescriptions), Immunizations, Basic Primary Care


Family Medicine Health Center       Location/Service Area: Boise (Raymond and Idaho streets), Meridian, Kuna, Nampa

Phone: 208-514-2400       Website

Hours of Operation: Refer to website, hours vary by location

Services Offered: Acute Care, urgent care, telehealth options


Genesis Community Health Center       Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley

Phone: 208-384-5200       Website        Address: 215 W. 35th St., Garden City, ID

Hours of Operation: M and F from 8-5, T and Th from 8-7:30, W from 8-1

Services Offered: Free medical, dental, and mental healthcare--but cannot have people into clinic with cough, fever, or known COVID-19 exposure.


Healthwise       Website

Services Offered: "Healthwise is a not-for-profit health education company based here in the Treasure Valley. As a public service, they’ve created a COVID-19 resource center with plain language, evidence-based articles, videos, infographics, and more."


Idaho SHIBA     Location/Service Area: Idaho

Phone: 1-800-247-4422      E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: 8am - 5pm MT

Services Offered: We can answer questions about Medicare coverage of COVID-19 related services.


Saltzer Home Health      Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley

Phone: 208-506-7200       E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: 24/7

Services Offered:  "Saltzer Home Health and Home Care are considered essential services, our staff is committed to helping people and provide care in their homes during this healthcare crisis.   Home Care services include Personal Care Services such as patient assistance with activities of daily living from a highly qualified caregiver, as well as long-term support services in the home.  We offer Private Duty Nursing and have an on-staff Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional for those with children who have a qualifying diagnosis. We are a Medicaid service provider." 


Southwest District Health     Location/Service Area: Southwest Idaho

Phone: 208-455-5300      E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: 8am-5pm Monday - Friday

Services Offered: call center hotline to answer questions: 208-455-5411


Your Health Idaho       Location/Service Area: Statewide

Phone: 855-944-3246       E-mail:       Website 

Hours of Operation: M-F, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (MDT)

Services Offered: Idahoans who recently lost employer-sponsored health insurance could be eligible for coverage with a Special Enrollment Period at Your Health Idaho. Our team is available to answer questions and assist with the application process. 


Mental Health and Crisis Resources

A Body & Mind Health Services LLC       Location/Service Area: Ada and Canyon County

Phone: 208-683-8320       Website

Address: 148 S Cole Rd, Boise

Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday 9 am-5 pm, Wednesday 9 am-8 pm, Thursday, Friday 9 am -5 pm, Saturdays 10 am - 3 pm

Services Offered: Therapy (Individual, family, all ages) CBRS, Case Management, Peer Support, Target Service Coordination


Empower Idaho        Location: Statewide

Phone: 208-947-4288       Website

Hours of Operation: Available M-F 8:30-5pm by phone

Services Offered: We have live and archived webinars on mental and behavioral health as well as the ability to provide resource information for mental and behavioral health services.


Empowering Choices Counseling     Location/Service Area: Canyon County / Tele-Health in Idaho

Phone: 208-803-0883      E-mail:       Website   

Hours of Operation: Can schedule as needed for client

Services Offered: Tele-Therapy


Faces of Hope       Location/Service Area: Ada County

Phone: 208-577-4400       E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: 24 hour services available

Services Offered: Faces of Hope provides triage for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, and stalking.  Through one door we provide wrap-around support services that include medical, educational, emotional, and legal support to victims of abuse.  All of this support is provided at no cost to the victim.


Healthwise        Website

Services Offered: To help the community stay informed about Coronavirus Disease, we’ve created English and Spanish versions of several free COVID-19 resources, including learning topics, infographics, and videos, for you to share with your community.


Human Supports of Idaho       Location/Service Area: Boise and Caldwell

Phone: 208-321-0160       E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: Our business hours are from 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday to answer phones calls. 

Services Offered: We are offering Telehealth and/or Telephonic services for Individual Therapy, Groups, Psychiatric Medication Management, Case Management, CBRS, and peer support. 


Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Behavioral Health Distress Hotline       Phone: 1-888-330-3010

Services Offered: Anonymous help for anyone experiencing anxiet, distress, or loneliness during COVID-19 pandemic.


Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition       Location/Service Area: Ada County

Phone: 208-630-6601       E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation:  Program Staff 9-5 Monday-Friday, Mental Health Services 9-4 Monday and Friday, Case Management available 24/7 through our Crisis Hotline

Services Offered: We have modified the way we will deliver some of the services we provide to reduce in-person contact, but will continue to provide the services to those who need us. We have moved to TeleHealth clinical counseling and case management. To schedule a FREE 30 minute consultation visit our website at or you can email our staff. IATC services are provided with or without insurance.


Idaho Federation for Families       Location/Service Area: Statewide

Phone: 208-433-8845       E-mail:       Website 

Hours of Operation: M-F 9-5 by phone

Services Offered: Our Family Support Line is operational Mon-Fri 9am-5pm MT.  We are providing support and resources to families who have children at home with emotional and behavioral health needs.  


Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline

Phone: 208-398-4357 (call or text)        Website

Services Offered: Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline provides crisis intervention, emotional support, problem solving, and referrals to local resources for persons at risk for suicide and for those concerned about them.


Idaho Youth Ranch       Website

Services Offered: Idaho Youth Ranch offering free services to children in need, including tele-mental health services


Intermountain Hospital     Location/Service Area: Inpatient Psychiatric Services

Phone: 208-377-8400        Website

Hours of Operation: 24/7

Services Offered: Mental Health Services


Life Counseling       Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley

Phone: 208-465-5433       Website

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 9 AM to 6 PM 

Services Offered: Counseling Services, CBRS, Case Management, Telehealth 


Mental Health America


Services Offered: Information on mental health during disease outbreaks, financial support, tools and resources for anxiety, resources for parents.


One Love Agency       Location/Service Area: Statewide 

Phone: 208-991-4296       E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: Mental health; EMDR and addiction. Telehealth services, need either a smart phone or a PC with a camera and microphone.


Pride Mental Health       ​Location/Service Area: Boise       Phone: 208-322-2928       Website

Services Offered: Providing support for anyone experiencing mental stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Region 4 Behavioral Health- Crisis Services     Location/Service Area: Ada, Elmore, Valley, Boise counties

Phone: 208-334-0808     Website

Services Offered: Please call our crisis line if you have a mental health crisis or need 208-334-0808


Pathways Community Crisis Center       Location/Service Area: Southwest Idaho

Phone: 1-833-5-CRISIS     Website

Address: 7192 Potomac Drive, Boise

Services Offered: Walk in crisis support after a short health screening, also offering TeleMental Health.


Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)       Website

Services Offered: Tips for taking care of your mental/behavioral health during COVID-19


Western Idaho Community Crisis Center       Location/Service Area: Caldwell and surrounding areas

Phone: 208-402-1044       Website

Address: 524 Cleveland Boulevard, Suite 160, Caldwell

Services Offered: Walk in crisis support after a short health screening


Treasure Valley Intergroup Alcoholics Anonymous       Website

Services Offered: Teleconferencing/Zoom meetings and outdoor meetings for those needing support during this time.


Women's and Children's Alliance        Location/Service Area: Ada County and surrounding

Phone: 208-343-3688       Website       Email:        

Hours of Operation: 8:30am-4pm 

Services Offered: We have a team at the Crisis Center ready to assist those who need us Monday –Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Our hotlines are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week for anyone to call from anywhere. Domestic Abuse Hotline 208-343-7025 / Sexual Assault Hotline 208-345-7273. Our clinicians, case managers and other program staff are continuing to support clients through telephonic phone appointments. The Court Advocate team can be reached at 208-343-3688 ext. 200. Our emergency and transitional domestic violence shelters will continue to operate with trained client advocates there to support our residential clients.


Coronavirus Anxiety Support       Website

Services Offered: Resources for anxiety and your mental health in a global climate of uncertainty.


West Valley Medical Center Behavioral Health Services 

Services Offered: If you or someone you know is in need of behavioral health services, call the 24-7 support line 855-755-5955


Idaho Strong      Website

Idaho Strong is an initiative from the Department of Health and Welfare developed to help address the impacts of COVID-19. The program provides support for Idahoans struggling with the effects of the pandemic by facilitating emotional support, resource linkage, skills for building resilience, and community education.  Through the Idaho Strong program there is a COVID Help Now Line. To access the COVID Help Now Line, individuals can call or text (986) 867-1073 or call Toll Free (866) 947-5186 to speak to a representative. COVID Help Now Line is staffed from 8am to 8pm Mountain Time, 7 days a week. Callers may also leave a message during off hours and receive a return call the following day. Responders do not classify, label, or diagnose people and no records or case files are kept. We are here to listen, and here to help. The Idaho Strong program has seven trained responders throughout the state who are available to support the needs of our fellow Idahoans as we navigate these challenging times. You can call, text, or email your region representative:  Region 1 (Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Kootenai, Shoshone Counties): Contact Alacia Handy at 208-982-0821 or / Region 2 (Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce Counties): Wesley Neisler, 986-200-8685 or / Region 3 (Adams, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, Washington Counties): Lillian Toumey, 986-200-8995 or  / Region 4 (Ada, Boise, Elmore, Valley Counties): Jenna Sheldon, 986-200-8996 or  / Region 5 (Blaine, Camas, Cassia, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, Twin Falls Counties): Jennifer Ramos, 986-200-8043 or  / Region 6 (Bannock, Bear Lake, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, Power Counties): Tara Contreras, 986-200-9756 or / Region 7 (Bingham, Bonneville, Butte, Clark, Custer, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, Teton Counties): Shannon Fox, 986-200-9402 or 

Finally, the Department of Health & Welfare is also offering counseling assistance for frontline workers. We recognize the stress of responding to the COVID-19 outbreak puts frontline workers at an increased risk for experiencing secondary traumatic stress reactions. A frontline worker can call 866-536-0239 and receive 24-7 telephonic crisis counseling, as well as screening and benefit navigation services if the caller calls during work hours Monday-Friday. For individuals who do not have access to behavioral health services through their current benefits, or who have significant financial barriers to accessing those benefits, they can receive up to five free confidential sessions with a licensed behavioral health professional.   


Employment Support


Services Offered: Your local Albertsons is hiring immediately to meet up with store demands during this time. Reach out to the store manager at your local Albertsons for more information. 


Idaho Department of Labor        Website

Services Offered: Unemployment insurance is a program for workers unemployed through no fault of their own and is not a paid sick leave program. An individual whose workplace is temporarily or permanently closed may file a claim for unemployment. In order to be eligible, the individual must be physically and mentally able to work and be available for work at the time of filing the claim.


Novoresume       Website

Services Offered: "One month free access to all resume and cover letter templates in our Premium membership. We’re making this offer available through April 10."


WalMart       Website

Services Offered: Immediate hiring of 150,000 positions nationwide


Whole Foods       Website

Services Offered: Hiring for in-store shoppers


US Department of Labor       Website

Services Offered: New employer sick leave requirements - "Two weeks (up to 80 hours) of paid sick leave at the employee’s regular rate of pay where the employee is unable to work because the employee is quarantined (pursuant to Federal, State, or local government order or advice of a health care provider), and/or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and seeking a medical diagnosis"



Business Support

Boise State University's Bronco Corps

Bronco Corps will bring together students from every major in the College of Business and Economics to identify innovative solutions that will ensure the continued viability of Idaho's nonprofit and small business community. COBE's Career Services Office will work with nonprofit and small business partners to create job descriptions for their positions of greatest need. Potential projects are: helping businesses with PPP loan forgiveness, creating online or mobile business sites, finding solutions to supply chain issues, creating a marketing campaign and assisting with business operations, human resource or accounting challenges. Contact Mark Bannister, Dean, College of Business and Economics at


Small Business Administration     Location/Service Area: Small businesses in Idaho

Phone: 1-800-659-2955        E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Idaho small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza announced today. SBA acted under its own authority, as provided by the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act that was recently signed by the President, to declare a disaster following a request received from Gov. Brad Little on March 18, 2020.


Economic Opportunity - Micro-Enterprise and Finance       Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley and Twin Falls

E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: We are continuing to provide services remotely.  Hours of operation M-F 8:30am-5pm. Rent/housing assistance and business assistance through emergency personal loans and small business loans.Interest and payments deferred for the first 4 months for those initiating new loans.


Nonprofit Support, Small Business Administration Disaster Economic Injury Loan Assistance     Location/Service Area: Nonprofits in Idaho

Phone: 208-287-0780        E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: Idaho nonprofits ARE eligible for Small Business Administration disaster economic injury loan assistance and at a LOWER rate of 2.75%.  Visit here for more information.


SBDC Idaho     Website

Services Offered: " Idaho Small Business Development Center consultants are available to work with your business, answering questions, providing resources, and advocating for your business to help get through this period. Currently, each of our Centers across the state are open for business, although due to current social distancing measures, all meetings will be virtual by phone or video conference."


Small Business Fund - U.S. Chamber Foundation        Website

Starting April 20th, small businesses will be eligible for grants in the amount of $5,000.



Ada Community Library

Phone: 208-362-0181       Email:            Website   

Services Offered: Phone and email services Tuesday-Thursday 11 am to 6 pm; extended WiFi hours accessible in parking lot; new library card remote registration; digital resources such as movies, music, ebooks, eaudiobooks, reference sources, children's picture books, etc.




Services Offered: Hundreds of titles completely free for ages 0-18


Boise Public Library     


Services Offered: Library locations are closed, but digital resources are still accessible by the public! Visit here for more information.


Caldwell Public Library     Location/Service Area: Caldwell & surrounding communities

Phone: 2084593242      E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: Phone & virtual reference/information services, electronic resources via our website, public Wi-Fi on the outside of the library.


Classroom Idaho: Learn @ Home from Idaho Public Television       Website

Services Offered: Thousands of Idaho students don’t have a computer at home or a way to connect to the internet so they can learn remotely during this coronavirus pandemic. But nearly every family in Idaho has a television set and can watch Idaho Public Television. That is where IdahoPTV’s “Classroom Idaho: Learn @ Home” programming can connect these students with certified Idaho teachers so that they can finish learning for the balance of this school year. Beginning April 20, Idaho teachers will provide instruction to students in grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 via Idaho Public Television’s CREATE channel (one of our five free over-the-air broadcast channels). Third grade instruction begins at 8am MT/7am PT; 4th grade instruction begins at 9am MT/8am PT; 5th grade instruction begins at 10am MT/9am PT and 6th grade instruction begins at 11am MT/10am PT. The instruction will be aligned with what the students would be learning if they were still attending their brick-and-mortar schools.The same lessons will also be available in playlists for students with connectivity at IdahoPTV’s YouTube channel.

Columbia University Center for Science and Society      Website

Like nearly everyone around the globe, daily life at the Center for Science and Society has been uprooted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of us are looking for ways to help, options for teaching our childrent, and sometimes, an escape from it all. This list will be updated regularly. 


Educational Websites for Kids & Learning Resources Guide    Website


Idaho Commission for Libraries       Location/Serivce Area: Statewide

Phone: 208-334-2150       Website

Hours of Operation: 8am-5pm 

Services Offered: Idaho Talking Book Service for the Blind and Visually Impaired remains open, customer service representatives available; free databases for online learning, genealogy, auto repair, reader's advisory and more; virtual storytimes for preschool children. For local library services, check library's website. Many Idaho libraries offer digital catalogs with audio and e-books, and sometimes movies.


National Emergency Library       Website

Services Offered: 4 million digital books online for free, no waiting lists


TRIO Educational Opportunity Center       Location/Service Area: Ada and Canyon County

Phone: 208-364-9925        E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: M-F, 9am-5pm, via telephone only

Services Offered: For those who are having trouble contacting their schools, managing their financial aid, or unsure if they will be able to make student loan payments. We can make sure individuals do not fall into additional financial hardship with their student loans. EOC assists and enrolls eligible adults in college and career training programs through exploring available programs, completing admissions requirements, identifying and filling out financial aid applications, and more


University of Idaho Extension     Location/Service Area: Public education

Phone: 2082875900      E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: Our organization is open for the time being, but hours/operations may be scaled back

Services Offered: Education across multiple relevant subjects, (food safety, nutrition, gardening, and finance.) and collaborative methods to teach audiences remotely.


University of Idaho Extension, Canyon County     Location/Service Area: Canyon Couty

Phone: 208-459-6003      E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm If possible, public are encouraged to call and email rather than stop by.

Services Offered: Our office provides research based resources for food and nutrition, gardening and lawns, youth development, livestock and small acreages, and crops. Clientele can call or email with questions about food safety, food preservation, any questions with lawn or garden care, keeping youth active and engaged, caring for livestock and acreage, and crop production. We are a local hub of information from the University of Idaho on many topics and provide those to the public. Our programs are continuing through online platforms with things people can do at home. We have extensive resources and handouts that can be emailed to people or talked about by phone.


For Educators/Parents

Idaho Department of Education       Website


Idaho State Board of Education       Website


Idaho Out of School Network 

Services Offered: Follow the ION's Facebook Page for daily material parents and educators can use at home with children


Idaho Parents Unlimited     Location/Service Area: Statewide Resource Center

Phone: 208-342-5884      E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: Sharing of resources and information


Idaho STEM Action Center       Website

Services Offered: The Idaho STEM Action Center, in response to the current environment of students, parents, and teachers working and studying from home will be launching STEM@Home – a one stop-shop for STEM-tastic activities, experiments, and other STEM-related resources! These FREE resources will help ensure our STEM enthusiasts stay engaged during school closures, and that educators have the online learning tools they need to explore STEM horizons in new ways

Coloring Book on Coronavirus for Kids (by Saint Alphonsus)
University of Idaho 4H Extension       Website
Services Offered: Virtual learning resources
Learning A to Z       Website
Services Offered: Free online learning resources for educators for the rest of the school year

Online resources for K-1 parents from Lee Pesky Learning Center       Website

PBS Kids daily newsletter with activity ideas while kids are home      Website

GoNoodle website - active videos and activities for kids at home        Website

A large list of educational resources from Amazing Educational Resources     Website

Learning A-Z, free virtual resources for educators for the rest of the year       Website

Talking to kids about Coronavirus       Website       

Teaching kids good hand washing        Website       Website       Website

Wash Your Hands Song (Baby Shark)       Website

Working from Home while your children are home       Website       Website

Talking to your children about social isolation from grandparents      Website

YMCA On-Demand Videos Website



Boise Bicycle Project     Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley

Phone: 2084296520      E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: We are closed to general public, but open to those with no other transportation options Wed-Saturday 11-5pm.

Services Offered: Free bike repair at BBP for those with no other transportation options.  Kids bike donations, we can deliver in the Boise area.  Mobile bike repair for kids bikes in the Boise area.


Valley Regional Transit     Location/Service Area: Ada and Canyon Counties

Phone: 2082582729      Website

Hours of Operation: 6 AM to 9:00 PM, M-S

Services Offered: We are the transit authority for Ada and Canyon county providing bus and shuttle service for the two counties. The buses are operating as normal currently, this may change. Our Meridian office for bus pass sales is open currently as is the Main Street Station in Boise


Team Mazda Subaru

Services Offered: "Free oil changes to first responders and front-workers. Police officers, firefighters, nurses, doctors and other health care workers qualify for this offer, up to two per household. The dealership is also offering pick-up and delivery service to the owners’ home or place of work. To schedule an appointment, call Team Mazda Subaru (Nampa/Caldwell/Boise) before April 30 at 208-455-0322 or 1-800-NEXT-CAR." - taken from



Ada County Government        Website

Services we Offer: provides numerous state mandated services to the communities we serve. Everything from courts, to public safety, to elections. Each Ada County department and Office has been affected by efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Please see the list below of services that have been affected and facilities that have been closed. 

Banking While Social Distancing       Website
Resources and tips to maintain financial well being during social distancing

City of Caldwell

Phone: 208-455-3300        Website 

Services Offered: Please check the City of Caldwell website for closures/cancellations of City of Caldwell buildings/program/events.   Utility and safety services offered by the City of Caldwell will continue.


Consulate of Mexico       Website

Phone: 208-343-6228       Email:       

Services Offered: Assisting Mexican citizens with the following services: urgent passport or consular ID. Please call 208-919-1857 (emergencies only please). Obtain information about medical services in your city or county in case someone you know has COVID-19 symptoms. Access electronic resources to obtain update information on preventative health measures in your area. Information about transporting a deceased person back to Mexico. Information about labor rights, migratory and legal matters. You can also contact us via email o via our Facebook page (Consulado de México en Boise) to send questions or requests. Appointments are currently cancelled per State Government mandate. 


EO Starling Project       Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley

Phone: 208-947-4277       E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: EO Starling Project pairs young women (ages 18-25) who have arrived as refugees with mentors in the Treasure Valley. Trained mentors and project staff assist mentees in building professional networks, acquiring and honing new skills, accessing new spaces, and creating personal and professional growth opportunities. We offer a supportive network to explore and grow.


Hopeful Connections for Foster and Adoptive Families

Services Offered: Free virtual get together for foster and adoptive families in Idaho. Adoptive parents: Tuesday at 8pm, Foster parents Wednesday at 8pm.  Visit here and request access to receive login information.       


Idaho Central Credit Union       Website

Services Offered: "Idaho Central is offering borrower assistance including a Signature Loan and Skip-a-Payment option on most consumer loans, as well as a Business Relief Loan and Skip-a-Payment option on most business loans. We are also offering the SBA Paycheck Protection Program loan and SBA Express Bridge loan as well as participating in the SBA Debt Relief program for all 7(a) loans...We have added capacity to all of our inbound phone systems, and we’re proud to offer help over the phone, through Live Chat and VideoChat."


LINC Living Independence Network Council           Location/Service Area: Boise, Caldwell

Phone: 208-336-3335       E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5pm by phone or email. Our physical offices will be closed.

Services Offered: Information and Referral- This program helps people locate things they need to live independently or transition and integrate into the community.  We can support with answering questions about Covid-19 related issues, housing, employment, transportation, systems advocacy, healthcare, Social Security Administration assistance, Unemployment, and any number of important issues.  


Northwest Youth Corps     Location/Service Area: Idaho, Washington, Idaho

Phone: 541-349-5055      

Services Offered: Paid, outdoor job-training experience


Money Fit by DRS    

Phone: 800-432-0310      E-mail:       Website

Hours of Operation: M-F, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm by phone

Services Offered: Debt management to deal with high-interest credit cards and with debt collection accounts


Nampa Family Justice      Location/Service Area: Nampa and surrounding areas

Phone: 208 475-5700       Website

Services Offered: We are still open to the public 8am-5pm for clients that have not been impacted by the Coronavirus. For clients that have been impacted, we are calling them to see if they are in need of resources. We will talk to clients over the phone and clients are welcome to message us via our face book page. We here for the community and want to help in any way we can. 


Rays for Rare       Location/Service Area: Treasure Valley

Phone: 208-695-6300       E-mail:       Website

Services Offered: We bring uplifting support to medically fragile children and their families through practical supports like housecleaning, lawn care, meals and community. In this time of uncertainty we have increased our efforts for these vulnerable members of our community by gathering needed supplies and additionally providing Sunshine Boxes filled with staple food items, paper goods and a little light where skies are gray.


Self Isolation Advice from John Hopkins       Website

Services Offered: Advice on self-quaranting for roomates or family members


U-Haul     Location/Service Area: U-Haul locations in US and Canada

Phone: 602-263-6981      Website

Services Offered: U-Haul is offering free 30 day self storage for college students in US and Canada, visit… for more information