Idaho Domestic Violence Programs
The resources available in Idaho for information related to domestic violence and places of safety and shelters are listed below. Shelters provide food, shelter, clothing, and referral service in a supportive atmosphere. Safe homes provide similar services with a volunteer family in the community. In some areas of Idaho, motels provide emergency housing and those with longer shelter needs are referred to nearby shelters.
Emergency medical help is available from your local doctor, hospital, or clinic. Call your local domestic violence program for phone numbers of nearby medical service providers.
You also have the right to sue for losses suffered as a result of the abuse, including medical and moving expenses, loss of earnings or support, and other out-of-pocket expenses for injuries sustained and damages to your property. This can be done without an attorney is small claims court if the total amount claimed is under $3,000.
You may be eligible for victim’s compensation. Call 1-800-950-2110 or your nearest shelter for further information. This fund is to directly reimburse victims of crime for expenses, such as medical, counseling, or wages lost.
CHILD SUPPORT: If you need child support, call your local Department of Health and Welfare and ask for the child support enforcement office. You may be able to receive financial help if you need it for your children (Idaho Code section 32-706).
Telephone Numbers for 24-Hour Hotlines
American Falls , Power County Domestic Violence Support Group (Sheriff’s Dept.) 226-2311
Blackfoot, Bingham Crisis Center 785-1047 (8:30 am to 5:00 pm), 680-3007 or 680-3008 (5:00 pm to 8:00 am)
Boise, Boise YWCA Women’s and Children’s Crisis Center 343-7025
Bonners Ferry , Boundary County Crisis Line 267-5211
Coeur d’Alene , Coeur d’Alene Women’s Center 664-9303
Driggs, Family Safety Network 354-8838
Ft. Hall , Shoshone/Bannock VOCA (Sheriff’s Dept.) 283-3890
Hailey, Advocates for Surivivors of Domestic Violence 788-6070
Idaho Falls , Domestic Violence Intervention Center 525-1820 or 1-800-491-8273
Lapwai, Nez Perce Victims Advocate 843-2253
Lewiston, Lewiston/Clarkston YWCA Crisis Services 746-9655 or 1-800-669-3176
McCall, Support for Women in Crisis 382-4201
Moscow, Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse 883-4357 or 332-HELP
Mountain Home , Elmore County Domestic Violence Council (Sheriff’s Dept.) 587-3300
Nampa, Mercy House 465-5011
Ontario, Oregon , Project D.O.V.E. (541) 889-2000 or 1-800-889-2000
Pocatello, Pocatello YWCA Women’s Advocates 251-4357
Post Falls , Domestic Violence Advocate Program (Police Dept.) 773-3517
Rexburg , Family Crisis Center (Sheriff’s Department) 356-5426
Salmon, Lemhi County Intervention Center (Sheriff’s Department) 756-4201
Sandpoint, Bonner County Crisis Line 265-3586
Soda Springs , Caribou County Domestic Violence (Sheriff’s Dept.) 547-2561
Twin Falls , Volunteers Against Violence 733-0100
Wallace, Shoshone County Women’s Resource Center (Sheriff’s Dept.) 556-1114
Weiser, Project R.O.S.E. 549-0740