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At the beginning of each month, parents and their child care provider will receive a "Notice" in the mail explaining how much ICCP expects to cover.  Providers will get a notice for every ICCP family whose children they care for. The information on these notices is important because it will tell parents and providers what the Department anticipates paying child care for the month and what the parent must pay. Both parents and providers must tell the case case worker who sent the notice if the information on the notices is not correct.
Keeping children safe is one of the primary goals at the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.  Services are designed to help protect children, while providing supports to strengthen families to prevent abuse and neglect. If a child is being abused or neglected the Department works as part of a team with law enforcement and the courts to protect the health and safety of each child. Whenever possible, children should remain with their family.
Every child deserves a safe and loving home. Foster care and adoption provide that to Idaho’s youngest and most vulnerable citizens. However, children are not the only ones to benefit from these programs. Serving as a foster parent or adopting a child can be an extremely rewarding experience, the kind of experience that enriches the lives of everyone involved.
Authorized through the Head Start Act of 1964,the Federal Department of Health and Human Services, Head Start Bureau, funds local public agencies, private non-profit organizations, and school systems for the purpose of operating Head Start pre-school programs at the community level. Grantees also include Tribal Programs for Native American children and Community Council of Idaho. For more information, please contact our office at (208) 345-1182.
Head Start is a success in Idaho! Thirteen programs across our state have been producing true success stories since the 1960s.
For too many years, the criminal justice system ignored the rights of crime victims. In Idaho, that changed with the overwhelming voter ratification of the Victims Rights Amendment to the Idaho Constitution in November 1994.
Emergency Help If you or someone you know is being abused, get help as soon as possible. You can find the following kinds of help: Legal Help 24-hour domestic violence hotlines Shelters Legal Help Call the ILAS domestic violence hotline 208-746-7541            

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