Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse (ATVP)
Phone: (208) 883-4357 24-Hour Crisis Line: (208) 883-4357
Non-profit sexual assault/abuse and domestic/family violence agency serving victims, survivors, non offending family members and concerned friends. Services include: 24-hour crisis hotline; in-person advocacy; emergency confidential shelter; emergency medical and legal advocacy; and domestic violence and sexual assault support groups. All services free of charge in Latah and Whitman counties.
Community Action Partnership
428 West 3rd St Suite 4, Moscow ID 83843
Phone: (208) 882-3535
Emergency and financial services, affordable housing, parent education and child development. CAP utilizes multiple resources and programs to help families meet their basic needs, including assistance with food, shelter and/or housing, heat, transportation, and health care.
Department of Health & Welfare
1350 Troy Hwy Suite 2, Moscow ID 83843
Phone: (208) 882-2433
Provides medical insurance to families with children (prenatal to age 19, may also include parents, dependent upon income), assistance with establishing paternity, establishing child support orders, enforcement of child support orders, cash assistance to families with children. Part of the Self-Reliance Program.
Latah County Sheriff’s Office
206 E. 3rd St., P.O. Box 8068, Moscow, ID 83843
Phone: (208) 882-2216
General Law enforcement. Responds to emergencies of any nature. Provides enhanced 911 services. Dispenses vouchers for food and gas for stranded and homeless individuals.
627 North Van Buren, Moscow ID 83843
Phone: (208) 883-3438
Transitional housing program – shelter, food, clothing, education, case managements services for homeless men, women, and families.
WIC (Women, Infants and Children) – North Central District Health Department
Phone: (208) 882-7353
Supplemental nutrition program for pregnant or breastfeeding women and children to 5 years old. Breastfeeding education and support are offered. Provides food vouchers and nutrition education. Eligibility is determined by residence, income, and nutritional need.