Services / Resources
The Nampa Family Justice Center provides free and confidential services to our clients. Resources are provided on a case-by-case basis. To receive services, please make an appointment with an advocate at (208) 475-5700.
Civil Protection Orders
If you are looking to file a CPO, our advocates can assist with the court process and paperwork. If you live in Canyon County, we can help file the CPO with the courthouse.
Intimate Partner Violence Risk Assessment
To promote safety, advocates may do a risk assessment with the client. Risk assessments help the clients and advocates gain a better understanding of the danger of a relationship.
Safety Planning & Crisis Intervention
Abusive situations can be dangerous for clients. The advocates will create a safety plan with their clients that is unique to each situation, which can help clients in times of danger.
The Nampa Family Justice Center has several intern counselors and partnering counseling agencies. Once you have completed an intake, the advocates can assist clients in finding a counselor that best works for them.
Psychoeducation & Support Groups
Our groups provide clients with connection, education, and support. We offer a variety of classes each year.
Emergency Food & Necessities
Thanks to the generosity of donors and partners, we may be able to offer emergency food, hygiene products, and other necessities. Additionally, we have information about on food banks and other organizations that may be able to assist with these needs.
Housing is often a huge stressor on our clients. Our advocates have been equipped with several shelters, partnering organizations, and applications for housing assistance.
We offer resources specifically tailored for the youth.
|Idaho Legal Aid Hotline: Idaho Legal Aid provides free legal services for low-income and senior Idahoans in a variety of civil matters. Click here to visit Idaho Legal Aid's website.|
|Idaho Volunteer Lawyer Program: The Idaho Volunteer Lawyers Program (IVLP) cannot provide emergency legal aid. It may take a few weeks to process your application and IVLP cannot provide a volunteer attorney in every case. If IVLP cannot assist you, you may be referred to other resources. Click here to visit IVLP's website.|
|Court Assistance Office: The Court Assistance Office provides information and resources for individual who do not have an attorney but need help with their civil court cases. The Court Assistance Office is not a substitute for an attorney, and legal advice is not available through this office. Call (208)454-7455 or click here to visit the court assistance office's website.|
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|MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT|
|Onsite Trauma-Informed Counseling:|
Provided for all ages by licensed therapists and masters-level interns, specializing in treatment modalities most beneficial for victims/survivors.
|Offsite Trauma-Informed Counseling:|
Advocates can provide a list of trauma-informed treatment providers throughout the valley, specific to location, insurance, and preferences of the client.
|Groups & Classes:|
Weekly support and educational groups to meet the needs of victims and survivors of all ages. Available for free to our established clients. Click here for more information about groups offered.