The following agencies & organizations provide legal services and resources for civil/consumer matters, including but not limited to small claims, bankruptcy, and collections.
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.
The 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.
The Better Business Bureau assists the public in providing reviews and regulation of local businesses through their online review and public complaint processes.
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.
The Idaho State Law Library provides the public with access to legal information in a variety of formats including books, periodicals, pamphlets and electronic resources.
The American Civil Liberties Union is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of civil liberties and rights through litigation, education, and lobbying.
The Court Assistance Office provides tools and information for people who want to represent themselves in court, or who are unable to afford an attorney and would otherwise be unable to get their day in court.
TheIdaho 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.