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Highway Worship Center

Address:
100 S Whitley Dr
Fruitland, ID 83619

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away)

Telephone:
(208) 452-3437

Website:
http://www.fruitlandchurch.com/

Services:
Food pantry - free emergency food for individuals and families.

Hours:
10:00 am to 1:00 pm the last 3 Mondays of the month


Southwest District Health

Address:
1155 3rd Ave N
Payette, ID 83661

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 337-4931

Website:
http://www.publichealthidaho.com/default.asp

Services:
MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-455-5324. Please have callers try the
website first www.volunteeridaho.com. If no internet access, refer clients to the number listed above.

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest Health District for the latest information about services in your community and for information Also contact the Health District office regarding The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals Most methods of birth control are offered Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health districts provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health district office or occasionally at special off-site clinics Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment Please call the local health district to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination Travelers receiving vaccines from the health district will need to pay for the vaccine Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor to know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers; health screenings; health and nutrition classes; information about community programs; referrals to health care providers; individual counseling with registered dietitians; breastfeeding information and support; recipes, newsletters, and educational materials WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age

SATELLITE OFFICES: Cambridge, Council, New Meadows,

Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm MON - FRI


'Cursed is anyone who denies justice to foreigners, orphans, or widows.' And all the people will reply, 'Amen.'

-- Deuteronomy 27:19

Payette Christian Church

Address:
906 2nd Ave N
Payette, ID 83661

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 642-2959

Services:
Payette Christian Church has a food and clothing bank to assist with physical needs of people/families in need The church also offers basic counseling services.

Hours:
Saturday and Monday 1-3


WICAP-Payette County

Address:
540 S 16th St
Payette, ID 83661

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 642-4436

Website:
http://www.wicap.org/WICAP_Sites/payette_co_cap.htm

Services:
Private, non-profit agency which serves the economically and socially disadvantaged by responding to their specific needs, enabling them to become self-sufficient and reach their full potential through individual, social, and educational development.

Services may include, but are not limited to, food commodities, emergency food, energy assistance, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, family development programs, special housing programs, disaster services and telephone assistance (you can apply for the telephone assistance program at either Health and Welfare or the Community Action Agency) Other community programs may be available, call your local office for details.

Hours:
Calls for hours.


The chief value of money lies in the fact that one lives in a world in which it is overestimated.

-- H L Mencken

Parma Area Senior

Address:
410 N 8th St
Parma, ID 83660

Map & Directions

(15 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 722-5421

Services:
THIS PLACE DOESN'T HAVE FOOD BOXES, THEY HAVE MEALS ONLY.
Free blood pressure checks every other Wednesday Walk-ins welcome.

Programs for seniors: Meals and exercise activities, Slim and tone exercises, Fit and Fall prevention exercise classes Computer and art classes, trips, bingo, WII games, entertainment, line dance classes, square dancing, call for additional information

Meals Monday - Friday 12:00 pm $4.00 donation for 60+ and $5.00 fee for under 60 years old.

Foot assessment, nail trims and advice on foot care Appointment required.

Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Call for times of each program.


Southwest District Health

Address:
46 W Court St
Weiser, ID 83672

Map & Directions

(18 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 642-9321

Website:
http://www.publichealthidaho.com/default.asp

Services:
MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-455-5324. Please have callers try the
website first www.volunteeridaho.com. If no internet access, refer clients to the number listed above.


DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest Health District for the latest information about services in your community and for information Also contact the Health District office regarding The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals Most methods of birth control are offered Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health districts provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health district office or occasionally at special off-site clinics Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment Please call the local health district to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination Travelers receiving vaccines from the health district will need to pay for the vaccine Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor to know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers; health screenings; health and nutrition classes; information about community programs; referrals to health care providers; individual counseling with registered dietitians; breastfeeding information and support; recipes, newsletters, and educational materials WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age.

Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MON - FRI


Southwest District Health

Address:
1008 E Locust St
Emmett, ID 83617

Map & Directions

(22 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 365-6371

Website:
http://www.publichealthidaho.com/default.asp

Services:
MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS PHONE # 208-455-5324. Please have callers try the
website first www.volunteeridaho.com. If no internet access, refer clients to the number listed above.

DISTRICT OFFICE: Idaho's seven health districts work in close cooperation with the Department of Health and Welfare and numerous other state and local agencies. Each district has a board of health appointed by the county commissioners. The districts are not part of any state agency Each district responds to local needs to provide an array of services that may vary from district to district. Services range from community health nursing and home health nursing to environmental health, dental hygiene and nutrition programs. Many services are provided through contracts with the Department of Health and Welfare. Contact the nearest Health District for the latest information about services in your community and for information Also contact the Health District office regarding The Public Health Preparedness and Communication Systems office (Bioterrorism Planning) will work in partnership with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, the other public health districts, health care providers and emergency service responders to formulate a cohesive statewide plan to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism attacks and other public health emergencies.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: Environmental Health programs include issues where human health interrelates with the physical environment and the community of plants and animals
**Environmental Health Programs include: Day Care; Epidemiology (Animal Bites, Food and Water Borne Illness); Food Establishments (Permits, Plan Reviews, Inspections); Lead Health Program; Methamphetamine Labs; Public Pools; Solid Waste.
**Land Development programs include: Critical Materials Regulation; Mortgage Surveys; Non-Domestic Waste Water; Public Water Systems; Rathdrum Aquifer Protection; Shallow Injection Well Inventory; Subdivision Review; Subsurface Sewage (Site Evaluations, Permits, Inspections).
FAMILY PLANNING: Provides Family Planning services, including education, counseling, pregnancy testing, comprehensive physical examinations (including cancer screening, sexually transmitted disease screening and HIV testing) and referrals Most methods of birth control are offered Educational materials and speakers are available for community presentations upon request.

IMMUNIZATIONS: Local health districts provide routine childhood vaccinations through clinics offered at the health district office or occasionally at special off-site clinics Routine childhood vaccinations are low cost or no cost if the parent is unable to pay Overseas immunizations are offered by appointment Please call the local health district to find out which specific vaccines are needed for each destination Travelers receiving vaccines from the health district will need to pay for the vaccine Adult vaccines such as tetanus and diptheria (Td) boosters, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, pneumonia, and influenza vaccine may also be available The Immunization Registry (a free, voluntary, and confidential service) allows you, your family, and your Doctor to know when and for what you have been immunized and if you are current on your immunizations. It will also help insure you only get the vaccines you need when you need them.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN) PROGRAM: WIC is the supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children and provides: Healthy foods each month that can be purchased with WIC vouchers; health screenings; health and nutrition classes; information about community programs; referrals to health care providers; individual counseling with registered dietitians; breastfeeding information and support; recipes, newsletters, and educational materials WIC serves: Pregnant women; Breastfeeding women (up to one year postpartum); Infants up to one year of age; and Children under five years of age

SATELLITE OFFICES: Cambridge, Council, New Meadows,

Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm MON - FRI


Greenleaf Friends Church

Address:
20535 Academy Rd
Greenleaf, ID 83626

Map & Directions

(24 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 459-3896

Website:
http://www.greenleaffriends.org/

Services:
Food Bank.

Hours:
Call for hours.


Most people give up just when they're about to achieve success. They quit on the one yard line. They give up at the last minute of the game one foot from a winning touchdown.

-- H. Ross Perot

Middleton United Methodist Church

Address:
104 E Main St
Middleton, ID 83644

Map & Directions

(25 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 585-6621

Website:
http://middleton-umc.org/

Services:
Food Bank Emergency food boxes are distributed once a month for families who live in zip codes 83644, 83669, or 83607. The Pantry is open every Saturday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. Recipients must show a photo ID and a recent Idaho Power bill for proof of residence. It is a Community Food Pantry for the Middleton area that works out of the Middleton Methodist Church at 104 E. Main Steet across from Subway 2008 Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinner Boxes information: Taking names of families needing boxes for Thanksgiving from October 1, 2008 to November 15, 2008. Thanksgiving Dinner boxes will be handed out November 25th from 6pm to 8 pm Recipients must show a photo ID and a recent Idaho Power bill for proof of residence Taking names of families needing boxes for Christmas from November 1, 2008 to December 13, 2008. Christmas Dinner boxes will be handed out December 23rd from 6pm to 8 pm Recipients must show a photo ID and a recent Idaho Power bill for proof of residence

Hours:
10:30 am to 12:30 pm SAT


Vision Community Church

Address:
4920 Lifeline Dr
Caldwell, ID 83607

Map & Directions

(26 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(208) 779-7926

Website:
http://www.visioncommunity.net/contact.html

Services:
Food pantry Bread Line with a limited supply of pantry food. Also have clothing available upon request as needed.

Hours:
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm THU


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