Native American Services

Idaho Legal Aid Services' (ILAS) offices may provide the following kinds of help for Native American legal issues:

  • Indian Child Welfare Act (Child Custody)
  • SSI, Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare
  • Domestic Violence, Child Support Enforcement
  • Treaty Rights
  • Land Rights, protection, management
  • Cultural Religious Rights
  • Civil Rights (Discrimination)
  • Community Legal Education
  • Housing
  • Consumer, Bankruptcy, Education, and Employment      

In order to be eligible, you must be one of the following:

  • a low-income household
  • an enrolled Tribal member

Some exceptions are:

  • If ILAS does not have enough resources and/or staff to help, they may not be able to take the case. However, please contact your local ILAS office for more information.
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