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Community Contacts

Please click on the following links to view other resources available to you:

Child Resources

 

Rental Assistance

 

Utility Assistance

 

Affordable Housing in Other States

 

Agency Help for Elderly

 

Aid with Prescriptions

 

Help with finding Health Care

  • Bonner Partners in Care Clinic, Inc. a volunteer, not-for-profit clinic serving those who have difficulty finding health care. Here is some info: It meets once a week on Tuesday evening at Panhandle Health District, 1020 Michigan Ave, Sandpoint, Idaho from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm. Provides primary care, chronic disease management, pharmacy assistance and limited lab tests. The director is Lora Cartelli and she can be reached at 1-208-255-9099.

 

2-1-1 Idaho CareLine

  • 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine, a free service linking Idahoans with health and human service providers and community resources, is now accessible statewide on all Idaho telephone land lines.  In addition, many cell phone companies have implemented the service for their wireless customers. 
  • Persons seeking help with anything from food, shelter and medical referrals to early childhood services, parenting resources and assistance for senior citizens can simply dial 2-1-1 to locate providers in their local community. 
  • When callers dial 2-1-1, a team of trained, bilingual customer service representatives answers.  Using a comprehensive database, the representatives identify the community services best suited to meet the callers' needs.  More than 3,000 agencies and programs are listed in 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine's statewide database.  The call is free of charge and confidential. 
  • Representatives are available to talk with English- and Spanish-speaking callers and also can use the AT&T Language Line to access more than 140 other languages. 
  • To access the Idaho 2-1-1 services from out of state, through a pay phone, or using a cell phone provider that has not yet implemented 2-1-1, dial 1-800-926-2588.  Or search the 2-1-1 online database independently at www.idahocareline.org
  • Idaho was the 22nd state to provide 2-1-1.  In Idaho, 2-1-1 rings to the Idaho CareLine.  The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare established the Idaho CareLine call center in 1991 to answer inquiries about health and human services.  The 2-1-1 public-private partnership enhances the Idaho CareLine service by providing additional staff, updated equipment, promotion, and opportunities for volunteering and giving.