Registration now open for the 4th Annual Access to Justice FUND Run/Walk!! A benefit to help fund legal services for low-income residents and persons with ...continue reading "4th Annual Access to Justice FUND Run/Walk – Saturday, June 3, 2017, 10 a.m. – Fort Boise Park"
Conversation. Resilience. Regeneration. Healing begins when the pain from discrimination, hate and violence is given our full attention. Join us for a conversation to share ...continue reading "Community Meeting on the impact of discrimination, hate, and violence. Tuesday, April 25th from 7-9 p.m. at the Linen Building in Boise."
Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation offers services and programs especially designed for transition-age students (between 15-21 years old and attending high school or post-secondary education) with ...continue reading "IDVR has Exciting Programs for Transition Age Students"
Disability Rights Idaho received congratulations from the National Disability Rights Network in obtaining a strong opinion and court order from a U.S. District Court requiring ...continue reading "Judge rules in favor of DRI in lawsuit by Ada County Coroner"
Idaho’s Office of Performance Evaluation (OPE) just released its report on the Idaho Medicaid managed care contract with Optum Idaho, the Idaho Behavioral Health Plan. ...continue reading "OPE Evaluated the Optum Medicaid Behavioral Health Contract, but Not the Outcomes for People with Mental Illness"
Idahoans with Disabilities in the Health Insurance Gap: The Healthy Idaho Plan Contrary to popular opinion, not all Idahoans with disabilities, living in poverty, are ...continue reading "Healthy Idaho Plan Position Paper"
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