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Additional Legal Resources



Idaho Volunteer Lawyers Program provides a safety net for low-income individuals and families in Idaho who require civil legal services and cannot afford to pay for them.



DisAbility Rights Idaho helps people with any type of disability to assert and defend their rights with advocacy in court and assistance in the community.

Idaho Legal Aid Services is a nonprofit statewide law firm dedicated to providing equal access to justice for low income people through quality advocacy and education.

Other Helpful Agencies & Resources

Court Assistance Office provides free, court-approved forms for civil matters including issues related to, but not limited to family law, landlord/tenant, and domestic violence. The portal also includes videos and brochures to inform you on legal situations.

Family Court Services supports parties divorcing, modifying or establishing a custody, and parenting arrangements.



Idaho Attorney General's Office provides information to the public through the Consumer Protection Division with public education, voluntary dispute resolution and enforcement of consumer related laws and rules.


Idaho State Law Library provides the public with access to legal information in a variety of formats including books, periodicals, pamphlets and electronic resources.


Idaho State Appellate Public Defender provides appellate representation to indigent defendants who have been convicted of a felony in district court.


Idaho Department of Labor connects job seekers with employers and provides information concerning unemployment insurance and Idaho labor laws.




Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses offers information regarding occupational licenses, disciplinary processes and complaints.


Idaho Human Rights Commission investigates complaints of discrimination in the areas of employment, housing, education and public accommodations.

Idaho Board of Medicine has the primary responsibility and obligation of protecting the public through regulation of physicians and surgeons. They help the public with information and complaints.

Idaho Industrial Commission regulates workers' compensation activities in Idaho through dispute resolution, appeals for unemployment decisions, assisting injured workers and providing compensation to innocent victims of crime.

Catholic Charities of Idaho offer a variety of services including educational and skill building services, family focused counseling, immigration legal services, financial wellness and asset building opportunities, youth support and resource referral services.


Women's and Children's Alliance provides safety and healing to domestic abuse and sexual assault victims through their crisis hotline, domestic abuse shelter, safety planning assistance and court advocacy.



Live Better Idaho is a clearinghouse of Idaho resources including financial, healthcare, food & nutrition, veterans services, behavioral health, family services and work & education.

Better Business Bureau assists the public in providing reviews and regulation of local businesses through their online review and public complaint processes.

Intermountain Fair Housing Council offers education on the fair housing laws, housing information and referral, housing counseling and assistance with mediating and filing fair housing complaints.

The American Civil Liberties Union is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of civil liberties and rights through litigation, education, and lobbying.

Immigrant Justice Idaho provides free and low-cost legal assistance on immigration matters, including education about immigration law and policy.

The Community Council of Idaho is a rural-centered, multi-service non-profit organization offering several programs, including affordable immigration legal services.

The Centro de Comunidad y Justicia is a non-profit organization providing affordable family-based immigration services in collaboration with other human rights and community-based organizations.

The International Rescue Committee provides immigration services to refugees in Idaho including status issues, employment authorization, family-based matters, and more.


Project Laura is a non-profit legal service provider for qualifying cases in the Boise, Idaho Immigration Deportation Courtroom, specifically for unaccompanied minors from Latin America.

The Faces of Hope Victim Center provides safety, privacy and support for victims of abuse in Ada County. Services are provided for victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, elder abuse, child abuse, or stalking. Always call 911 in emergencies.


Attorneys Northwest, Inc. is a non-profit organization offering legal services to moderate means individuals and qualified small businesses at reduced rates. Their services assist people who typically would not qualify for state and/or federally funded legal aid.