Founded in 1985, Idaho Parents Unlimited, Inc. (IPUL) is a statewide organization which houses the Idaho Parent Training and Information Center, the Family to Family Health Information Center, Idaho Family Voices, and VSA Idaho, the State Organization on Arts and Disability. For more information Click here
It’s that magical time of the year when you wake up, look out the window, and see snow piled high! You turn on your radio and discover that today is …
A Snow Day!!!On Friday, March 23rd, Idaho Parents Unlimited will be having our annual ‘Virtual Snow Day’ fundraiser when we invite you to lean back, kick up your feet, and enjoy a mug of hot cocoa with us. We use any donations given to directly assist families who have children with disabilities, and to defray costs not covered by our grants.
Any time between now and March 23rd you can click here to contribute, click the "IPUL's Virtual Snow Day 2018" button on the left hand side of this page, or you can mail a check to:
Idaho Parents Unlimited
4619 W. Emerald, Suite E
Boise, ID 83706
Idaho Parents Unlimited is hiring!
Parent Education Coordinator, Boise Office
Parent Education Coordinator, Region 5 (Twin Falls area)
You can click on either link above to be taken to the job description, with a link to submit your resume.
Success With the IEP
Apps & Apps Night
On April 4, 2018 between 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Join us at the Boise office for a casual meet-up for sharing, connecting, and learning from each other. We will be sharing appetizers as well as our favorite Apps. All the IPUL Parent Education Coordinators will be in town for this event. (Feel free to bring an appetizer, but its not a reqirement to attend.)
Youth Empowerment Services (YES)
Spearheaded by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW), YES introduces a family-centered, strengths-based system of care focused on improving outcomes for children and youth with SED.
Click here to see the PDF showing how to get access.
MTM Non-Emergency Medical Transport FAQ's
On March 6th, Medical Transportation Management (MTM) will take over Non-Emergency Medical Transport in the State of Idaho, replacing Veyo in that capacity. Do you have questions about this? Here's MTM's Frequently Asked Questions for your information.
As part of our efforts to help the State understand current conditions and the needs of our families, we have put together a survey.
If your child has a mental illness, please take a moment to click on this link and take the survey and then share with your friends. Together our voices are strong!