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Life Skills

Life Skills is the ability to cope with stresses and challenges of daily life, especially skills in communication and literacy, decision-making, occupational requirements, problem-solving, time management, and planning.


18 in Idaho

18 in Idaho logoThe age of majority is a term used to describe when a child becomes an adult in the eyes of the law, which for many things is 18 years old. This website describes some of what you are able to do now that you are 18.


Office of Consumer and Family Affairs

ocfa logoThe Office of Consumer & Family Affairs (OCAFA) is a central source for information and support for Idaho’s consumers of behavioral health services and their families. The OCAFA serves as a link to a variety of stakeholders in the community who can assist with resources and aids individuals in becoming better informed about the different types of services that support all consumers’ recovery journey.


Stepping Stones

cropped-wordpressblue1NWRECC Stepping Stones is a nonprofit agency with the goal of providing learning centers and service coordination that will teach residents self-sufficiency, independence, and create happy, healthy homes. We believe that if we give residents access to skills training and important services, we will provide a stepping stone towards a brighter future. Our mission is to end generational poverty by promoting self-sufficiency principles within affordable housing communities. Through a variety of resident services we advance independence by providing access to technology, community resources, skills training and mentoring to low-income families, senior and people with disabilities.