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Idaho has free and low cost health services. Listed below you will find health resources in Boise and throughout Idaho. All of the clinics and community health centers on this list explain whether or not they will accept a payment plan on their website. You can also contact them directly and ask them what forms of payment they accept.

Additionally, some clinics provide services on a sliding fee scale. Other clinics are free. Contact the clinics or medical resources directly to find out. They can explain their payment options.

If you want to win your Social Security Disability case, then you need medical evidence. Therefore, you must see a doctor. Doctor’s progress notes, tests, and medical opinions are the evidence for your SSDI and SSI case. The SSA will only accept medical evidence from official sources. For example, they prefer evidence from your doctor. Or, they send you to visit one of their doctors.  They don’t give much weight to the opinion of a nurse or physical therapist. For physical problems, however, you may need to see an expert, like a surgeon. If you have surgery, then make sure you send those records to the SSA.

However, for mental problems, you need to visit a psychologist or a counselor. You will need to have ongoing treatment with them. For example, it is also helpful to see a counselor on a weekly basis for talk therapy.

Once you see a doctor over a period of months or years, then you have a relationship with that doctor. As a result, they can support your claim. A counselor who visits with you on a weekly basis will also have more insight into your mental condition. Read more here about the importance of medical evidence in your case.


The SSA realizes most people get treatment from doctors and other types of medical professionals. For example, most doctors employ a P.A. or Physician’s Assistant.  Likewise, you might see a Nurse Practitioner. That person takes your vitals and talks to you about your medical history. Additionally, they may give you medications to treat you for chronic pain.

For example, you may have a back condition and visit with your doctor on the first visit. However, after that, you might go to physical therapy. Similarly, you might have weekly visits with a nurse or the assistant to the doctor. Because patients see many different doctors, the SSA now accepts medical opinions from all medical professionals. For example, they now accept opinions from your nurse, a P.A., and your mental health counselor. These free resources can be crucial to you winning your Idaho SSDI and SSI case.

Obviously, however, the SSA prefers medical evidence and a treatment statement from a doctor. Even though they have finally changed their stance on evidence from other providers. A medical statement from your treating doctor will receive the greatest weight.

Please remember that the SSA is preparing their own medical records about you. They will have a doctor review your medical records at the first two stages of the case. After that, they may send you to visit a doctor of their choosing. These doctors are hired by the SSA to give an opinion about your physical and mental abilities and to state whether or not you can work. Because the SSA is preparing their own evidence, you need your treating doctor to be on your side. Learn more about the SSA’s free doctor visits.


Below please find a list of Idaho’s free and low cost health services. These places often offer free health care if you do not have the ability to pay. Even if you cannot pay, you must go to the doctor. You need to go because you need medical evidence to prove you deserve benefits. If you need help finding free or low cost mental health services, then our Idaho Free Mental Health page. Our list should help you find good mental health treatment.

The clinics offer walk-in appointments and medical care. They also offer visits and treatment for ongoing physical issues. You can obtain dental care and flu shots. You can also have vision care and other important treatment by calling the clinics near you. As a result of getting proper medical care, you have a much better chance of winning your benefits case.


There are seven free and low cost clinics in Boise, Idaho. Because Boise is the capitol of Idaho, it has the largest population. Therefore, they have the greatest number of medical resources. For the most part, the following clinics are for low income people or for those who do not have insurance.

Some of the clinics are free and some offer sliding scale services. You can contact the clinics and ask them directly what type of payment plans they offer. Or, you can call them and ask if they will see you for free.

Boise Dental

2301 N. 36th St.
Boise, ID – 83703


Terry Reilly Health Service In Boise, ID

848 La. Cassia Dr.
Boise, ID – 83705


Boise VA Medical Center

500 Fort ST,
Boise, ID 83702


3668 N Harbor Ln,
Boise, ID 83703


The Community Health Clinic – Boise

707 Armstrong Pl,
Boise, ID 83704.


Family Medicine Health Center – Fort Street

121 E Fort St,
Boise, ID 83712.



1511 7th St., Nampa, Idaho 83651
+1 208-274-3152

524 Cleveland Blvd #110,
Caldwell, ID 83605
+1 208-455-1143

13307 Miami Ln,
Caldwell, ID 83607

+1 208-455-5300

113 S Apple St,
Shoshone, ID 83352
+1 (208) 886-2224
2539 Channing Way Suite 260
Idaho Falls, ID
+1 208-932-4932
Mobile (Check website for current events and locations)
+1 208-649-1568
1001 N. 7th Ave North Suite 155
Pocatello, ID 83201
+1 208-233-6245


We know you need the best SSD lawyer to represent you in Idaho. Also, if you are filing for Idaho SSDI and SSI benefits, you may need free Idaho health care. Our goal is to help you obtain free and low cost care. Additionally, we want to win your SSD and SSI benefits for you.

At our law firm, we are experts in winning benefits. For example, in the last 30 years, we have won over 20,000 SSD and SSI cases for our clients. If you need help filing for benefits in Idaho, then contact our office. We can also help you appeal a denial from the SSA.

If you contact our office for help filing your SSA application, then have some basic facts ready.  For instance, we will need to know the date you were born. We will also need to know your wedding date and divorce date. Likewise, we will need to know the date you last worked. Also, we will need to know the name, address, and phone number of your doctors.

For instance, the SSA application asks basic information about your family and your children. Likewise, you will need your work history for the past 15 years. Also, you will need to describe the job you did at each place you have worked in the last 15 years. The SSA needs to know this information in order to process your application and award your benefits.


Is there such a thing as a free SSD attorney in Idaho? There may not be, but you can come close to “free” when you hire us. Because, you can hire our law firm for no money down. Although our services are not “free,” they do not cost you any money up front. Likewise, until we win your claim, you do not owe an attorney fee. If we do not win your SSD or SSI case, then you do not owe any attorney fee. So, for as long as it takes to win your benefits, we are working for you for free.

How much is the attorney fee? The attorney fee is whatever is less between 25% of your back benefit and the fee cap. This is best understood through an example. If your back benefit is $10,000, then your attorney fee would be $2500. However, if your back benefit is $100,000, you would not pay 25% or $25,000 in attorney fees. Instead, you would pay the amount of the fee cap, which is $7200. The fee cap can go up. However, the fee cap is set by the SSA. Currently, if you win your case, then your fee is capped at the $7200 amount.

Regardless, you pay whatever is less between 25% of your back benefit and the fee cap. Additionally, you only owe an attorney fee if we win your case. Find out more here about what it will cost to hire our SSD law firm.

Obviously, we want to win your case. And we will work hard to do so. If we do win your case, then you will pay an attorney fee out of your back benefits. Learn more about how to get more past due or back benefits.


Our law firm offers a free review of your case if you are filing for SSD benefits in Idaho. But, what does “free” mean?

For instance, if you want to become our client, then it means we will talk to you over the phone about your case. We will examine the merits of your case. Also, we will answer questions about Idaho SSD benefits. Most lawyers do charge an attorney fee to review your case. We do not.

Please understand, however, that giving you a free review of your case is not the same thing as becoming your attorney. We consider the merits of your case. But, we can only do so based upon the facts you give us. If you don’t give us all the facts, then we have to make a decision about the merits of your case anyway.

Sometimes, we will request that you send us medical records or a copy of your SSA paperwork. We do this so we can understand the details of your case. Even if we ask for more information, it does not mean we are your law firm. It also does not mean we are your attorney.

You will know if you hire our legal team because we will send you our contract. We will also send you other SSA paperwork to fill out. This paperwork must be returned to us immediately.

If you do not sign and send the paperwork back, then we are not your attorney. We will send you a stamped envelope to send the paperwork back to us. However, you must make sure you sign and return the paperwork. You must also confirm that we receive it.


If you need help with your Idaho SSDI and SSI case, then you have found the right law firm. You can learn more about the lawyers and staff at our law firm on our About Us page. Call us. We can also help you find Idaho’s free health services. Also, don’t forget the low cost medical care options. Many clinics and private doctors accept payment plans. This may be an option that works for you, because you can see the doctor and pay a small fee on a monthly basis. Likewise, consider filing for Idaho Medicaid benefits.

Our lawyers and staff have decades of legal experience. For example, Dianna Cannon has been helping her clients win Social Security benefits for over thirty years. Brett Bunkall and Andria Summers have also won thousands of SSDI and SSI cases.

Together, over the last 30 years, we have won over 20,000 SSDI and SSI cases for our clients. Our lawyers and staff can help you apply for SSI benefits using the SSA’s website. However, we will need your help to apply for SSI benefits. Why? Because only you know your personal financial information. SSI benefits require you to have few assets that can be turned into cash and minimal monthly income.

Likewise, if you need an appeal, we can help with that too. There are also forms to be filled out. Don’t worry. If you have questions about these SSA forms, then we will answer them. You can learn more on our website about SSA’s appeal forms.

Additionally, if you need to know more about Idaho’s free health services, then call. Contact us for free today to get help with your Idaho SSD case. Put our experience to work for you.

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