State Agencies are agencies that are supported by the State of Idaho to help benefit members of the community.
The Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs is a non-partisan state agency providing services to the Hispanic Community and serving as a liaison between the community and government entities. Working toward economic, educational, and social equality, the Commission identifies and monitors programs and legislation and researches problems and issues facing Idaho’s Hispanic community. The Commission identifies solutions and provides recommendations to the governor, legislature, and other organizations concerning issues facing the State’s Hispanic population.
The State of Idaho provides state funded and operated community based mental health care services through Regional Behavioral Health Centers (RBHC) located in each of the seven geographical regions of the state. Each RBHC provides mental health services through a system of care that is both community-based and consumer-guided.
This Department partners with Regional Advisory Committees to assess regional needs and assets for substance use disorders prevention and treatment services.
The Idaho Office of Drug Policy oversees and coordinates all drug and substance abuse programs within the State of Idaho.
Safe and Drug Free Schools functions to build on the strengths of Idaho students and school personnel by establishing safe, positive learning environments before, during, and after school. Students are far more likely to realize their academic and life skills potential in a supportive school climate that is safe and free from violence, drugs, and alcohol.
The Mission of the Idaho Rural Health Association is to provide leadership on issues related to rural health in Idaho through advocacy, communication, and education.
The Department’s mission is to prevent and reduce juvenile crime in partnership with communities. Today, the state of Idaho has reason to be proud of its juvenile justice system; however, much work remains to be done because Idaho cannot afford to lose a portion of the next generation to delinquent behavior. Idaho’s youth are the leaders of tomorrow, and the legacy belongs to everyone.