State / Territory Benefits - Idaho

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Summary: Idaho offers special benefits for its military Service members and Veterans including Compensation for State Active Duty, Idaho National Guard Tuition Scholarship Program, State Park Passes, Vehicle License Plates, as well as Hunting and Fishing License privileges. Eligibility for some benefits may depend on residency, military component, and Veteran disability status.


State Benefit Highlights and Eligibility


State Taxes
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State Tax Advantage:

When stationed outside the State of Idaho, active duty military are exempt from Idaho state income tax. The full-time duty must be continuous and uninterrupted for 120 consecutive days or more.

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Retired Military Pay: Retirement benefits paid by the United States to a retired member of the U.S. Military or the un-remarried Widow of such member if the recipient is age 65 or older, or disabled and age 62 or older are deductible. The amount deducted must be reduced by retirement benefits paid under the Federal Social Security Act or the Tier 1 Federal Railroad Retirement Act. The maximum amounts that may be deducted for 2009 are: MARRIED FILING JOINTLY: Age 65 or older or age 62 or older and disabled is $41,814. SINGLE: Age 65 or older or age 62 or older and disabled is $27,876. The amount of deduction varies from year to year.

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Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before September 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection.

VA Disability Dependency and Indemnity Compensation: VA benefits are not taxable because they generally are for disabilities and are not subject to federal or state taxes.

Military SBP/ RCSBP/RSFPP: Generally subject to state taxes for those states with income tax. Check with state department of revenue office.

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Military Spouses Residency Relief Act: The earned income of qualifying Spouses of Idaho Service members is no longer subject to Idaho income tax due to the federal Military Spouses Residency Relief Act (SR 475, HR 1182) passed in November of 2009.

  • You are married to a Service member who is serving in Idaho and has registered in the military with another state as a home of record; and
  • You have located to Idaho with the Service member and you have the same domicile (permanent residence) as the Service member's home of record.

For specific tax information that applies to military Service members and their Families, click here

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Property Taxes: Taxable property is assessed at its full market value. A general property tax is imposed for local purposes and is limited to 1% of market value. The state property tax is suspended as long as the sales and use tax are in effect. There is no intangible personal property tax. A homeowner's primary residence is eligible for an exemption of 50% of the assessed value of the home, up to a maximum of $81,000 (2013). If you are a qualified Idaho homeowner, you may be eligible for the circuit breaker program. To qualify you must own and occupy the home as your primary residence, you must meet income requirements and must be either age 65 or older, a Widow(er), blind, former POW, fatherless or motherless minor, or a qualifying disabled person. This program may reduce property taxes on your home and up to one acre of land by as much as $1,320. For more information on property and other taxes, click here or call 208-334-7733 or 800-972-7660.
Idaho has a property tax deferral program. For details, click here.

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Education Benefits:

Operation Education Scholarship Program: The Operation Education Scholarship Program is designed to financially assist severely injured U.S. military personnel and/or their Spouses with continuing education. The program will provide needed resources and support to empower returning Veterans and/or their Spouses to pursue a degree program at the University of Idaho.
Academic Support: The program offers tutoring and provides adaptive equipment such as computer hardware and voice recognition software, as well as note takers and learning specialists to provide assistance in the classroom. Additionally, the program offers assistance through mentoring, internships and job placement services.
Financial Support: Operation provides scholarship assistance for tuition, fees, books, and living expenses.
Additional Support: Operation Education can assist you with on-campus housing and transportation, medical assistance, Child care, and personal and Family counseling services.
Eligibility: Severely injured U.S. military personnel and/or their Spouses may apply for the Operation Education scholarship at any time - however, it is recommended that for attendance during the Fall semester, applications should be in by March 1 and for Spring semester, applications should be in by October 1. Applications received after these dates may be considered contingent upon available funds.

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Instate Tuition: Idaho provides Guardsmen and Reservists who live outside the State of Idaho, but who serve with an Idaho unit in-state college tuition; resident student status to Veterans (and in some circumstances their dependents) who move to Idaho for the purpose of establishing domicile within Idaho; and a scholarship for dependents of Idaho's members of the military service who are disabled (totally and permanently from any employment) as a result of injuries incurred while engaged in the conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Eligibility: National Guardsmen and Reservists who live outside the State of Idaho, but who serve with an Idaho unit.

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Unemployment Compensation:

Unemployment Insurance: Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits replace part of the income you lose when you become unemployed. It is a benefit available to workers who are out of work through no fault of their own. This means to be eligible, you must have been laid off due to lack of work, voluntarily quit with good cause connected with employment or were discharged but not for misconduct. UI benefits are funded through a tax on employers, which is collected by the Idaho Department of Labor and placed in a federal trust fund. Money from that fund can be used for unemployment benefits and for no other purpose.

To file an Unemployment Insurance claim you will need the following information:

  • Your Social Security number.
  • If you are not a citizen of the United States, your Alien Registration number and card.
  • The business name, complete address including zip code, and phone number of all employers for whom you worked during the last 2 years.
  • The dates your work started and ended for those employers.
  • Your total gross earnings from those employers.
  • The reason you are no longer working for those employers.
  • DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, if you were a member of the Military Service in the past 2 years.
  • Phone number you can be reached at during normal business hours (8:00am-5:00pm Mountain Time).
  • Your county of residence if you live outside the state of Idaho.
  • If you file your claim before Saturday at 12:00 midnight Mountain Time, your claim will start with the prior Sunday.

Dept of Labor Main Office
317 W. Main Street, Boise, Idaho 83735
Phone: 208-332-3570
Local Offices: Click here
Unemployment Insurance: 208-332-8942
Website: http://labor.idaho.gov

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Employment Benefits:

Veterans Preference Points: Idaho Law provides Veterans preference points for individuals who have been in active service, other than active duty for training, of the United States as defined by Idaho Code, Title 65, Chapter 5, Section 502(6), & U.S.C Section 2108. Veterans preference points are also provided for individuals who have served on active duty in the armed services, have been discharged honorably, & who have a present service connected disability of 10% or more, or are a Purple Heart recipient. Veterans preference points are added to the final passing score & may improve a Veterans position on a list of qualified candidates. The preference points added are used only for initial appointment & not for promotions, transfers, or reassignments. Veterans preference requires public employers to provide additional consideration for eligible Veterans, but it does not guarantee the Veteran a job.
Eligibility: To be eligible for Veterans preference points you must have been discharged under honorable conditions. Veterans preference points are available on the initial hire only.

Preference Points
5 Points

  • Preference eligible Veterans discharged under honorable conditions, or the Widow or Widower of a preference eligible Veteran, as long as she or he remains unmarried, are eligible for five (5) preference points.

10 points

  • Disabled Veterans are defined as any individual who has served on active duty in the armed services at any time, who has been discharged under honorable conditions, & who has a present service connected disability of 10% or more or are Purple Heart recipients. They are eligible for 10 points that will be added to the earned rating & shall be placed on the register in accordance with their augmented rating. Widows or Widowers of any disabled Veteran or Purple Heart recipient honorably discharged may also claim the 10 points if he or she remains unmarried. Spouses of disabled Veterans may claim preference if the Veteran is unable to qualify for any public employment because of a service-connected disability.
  • 10 points with offer of interview: Disabled Veterans discharged under honorable conditions who served on active duty in the armed forces at any time & who have a service connected disability of 30% or more shall be offered an interview if they are one (1) of the top ten (10) qualified applicants. Widows or Widowers of any disabled Veteran may also claim the 10 points if he or she remains unmarried -- however they will not be guaranteed an interview if he or she is one (1) of the top ten (10) qualified applicants.

Preference Eligible Veterans

  • Served on active duty in the armed forces at any time, & separated under honorable conditions & has established the existence of a service-connected disability of 10% or more; OR
  • are Purple Heart recipients; OR
  • Served on active duty at any time from December 7, 1941 & ending July 1, 1955; OR
  • Served on active duty for 180 consecutive days, any part of which occurred after January 31, 1955, & before October 15, 1976; OR
  • Served on active duty at any time from August 2, 1990, & ending on January 2, 1992; OR
  • Served on active duty for a period of more than 180 consecutive days, any part of which occurred during the period beginning on September 11, 2001, & ending when prescribed by Presidential proclamation or by law as the last date of Operation Iraqi Freedom; OR
  • Have been awarded an Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (AFEM), whether listed here or not**, is qualified for Veterans preference. Examples of some of the most common campaign medals are: Vietnam (Service Medal), El Salvador, Lebanon, Granada, Panama, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Southwest Asia (Persian Gulf), Somalia, & Haiti; OR if you are the Spouse of a disabled Veteran who is physically unable to perform any work; or the Widow(er) of a preference eligible or disabled Veteran; please refer to our Veterans preference form in your online application for more information.

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Professional License: All persons holding occupational or professional licenses issued by the State of Idaho and who are serving in the armed forces of the United States, shall be exempt from the payment of any professional or occupational license or renewal fee required by any law of this state for the period during which such persons shall be engaged in the military services of the United States. And during such period of military service, or service in the auxiliary branches thereof, or servitude and for six (6) months following the discharge from such military service or auxiliary service or servitude in the present war, such license shall remain in good standing without the necessity of renewal and during said period the same shall not be cancelled, suspended or revoked.
Eligibility: Soldiers in possession of an occupational or professional license issued by the State of Idaho on active duty and the six months following discharge.

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Employment Assistance: State employee receives 15 days (120 hours) of paid military leave per calendar year. (Idaho Code, section 46-216)
Eligibility: National Guard or Reserve Service member on orders for Annual Training.

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Health and Insurance Benefits:

Medical Benefits: Medical benefits equivalent to State Employees.
Eligibility: Injury/Illness occurs while serving in the Idaho National Guard on State Active Duty.

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Workers Compensation: Workers Compensation equivalent to State employees.
Eligibility: Injury occurs while serving in the Idaho National Guard on State Active Duty.

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Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Benefits:

Military License Plate Application

National Guard Plate: Plate features "National Guard". There is no fee for this plate
Eligibility: Active member in good standing with the Idaho Army National Guard or the Idaho Air National Guard. Requires Commanding Officer certification.

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Army Reserve Plate: Plate features the word "Reservist". In addition to vehicle registration fees, this plate will cost $25.00 for the first year with a $15.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. To customize the plate it will cost $50.00 for the first year with a $30.00 renewal fee each year thereafter.
Eligibility: Proof of active membership required.

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Army Veteran Plate: Veteran plate features the word "Veteran". In addition to vehicle registration fees, this plate will cost $25.00 for the first year with a $15.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. Additional $25.00 to personalize plate and an additional $15.00 renewal fee.
Eligibility: Proof of being a current or former member of the United States Armed Forces must be furnished to the department before special Veterans plates will be issued. Acceptable proof will be a copy of form DD214 or an equivalent document or statement from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Army Veteran Afghanistan/Iraq Plate: Veteran plate features "Afghanistan/Iraq". In addition to vehicle registration fees, this plate will cost $25.00 for the first year with a $15.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. To customize the plate it will cost $50.00 for the first year with a $30.00 renewal fee each year thereafter.
Eligibility: Proof of military service is required. Acceptable proof will be a copy of form DD214 or an equivalent document or statement from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Army Veteran Korea Plate: Veteran plate features "Korea Veteran". In addition to vehicle registration fees, this plate will cost $25.00 for the first year with a $15.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. To customize the plate it will cost $50.00 for the first year with a $30.00 renewal fee each year thereafter.
Eligibility: Proof of military service is required. Acceptable proof will be a copy of form DD214 or an equivalent document or statement from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Army Veteran Persian Gulf Plate: Veteran plate features "Persian Gulf Veteran". In addition to vehicle registration fees, this plate will cost $25.00 for the first year with a $15.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. To customize the plate it will cost $50.00 for the first year with a $30.00 renewal fee each year thereafter.
Eligibility: Proof of military service is required. Acceptable proof will be a copy of form DD214 or an equivalent document or statement from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Army Veteran Vietnam Plate: Veteran plate features "Vietnam Veteran". In addition to vehicle registration fees, this plate will cost $25.00 for the first year with a $15.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. To customize the plate it will cost $50.00 for the first year with a $30.00 renewal fee each year thereafter.
Eligibility: Proof of military service is required. Acceptable proof will be a copy of form DD214 or an equivalent document or statement from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Army Veteran World War II Plate: Veteran plate features "World War II Veteran". In addition to vehicle registration fees, this plate will cost $25.00 for the first year with a $15.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. To customize the plate it will cost $50.00 for the first year with a $30.00 renewal fee each year thereafter.
Eligibility: Proof of military service is required. Acceptable proof will be a copy of form DD214 or an equivalent document or statement from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Disabled Veteran Plate: Must be Veterans with a 100% service connected permanent disability. There is no fee for this plate. Limited to one set.
Eligibility: Call the Veterans Administration Regional Office (VARO) in Boise, Idaho at (800) 827-1000 to find out if you meet eligibility requirements and to request a Disabled Veteran Plate Eligibility Letter.

Purple Heart Recipient Plate: No additional fees will be charged for this plate.
Eligibility: Proof of receipt of the Purple Heart must be furnished to the department before special plates will be issued. Acceptable proof will be a Copy of DD-214 or equivalent required

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Medal of Honor Plate: No fees will be charged for this plate.
Eligibility: Medal of Honor license plates are available to applicants who furnish proof of entitlement by certification from the United States Veterans Administration attesting to their status as a Medal of Honor recipient.

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Pearl Harbor Survivor Plate: No additional fees will be charged for this plate.
Eligibility: Requires certification of being on duty in the US Armed Forces on 12-7-41, stationed at Pearl Harbor, the Island of Oahu, or offshore at a distance not exceeding three (3) miles. Include a copy of orders, a copy of Pearl Harbor Survivors Association membership card, or equivalent documentation.

Former Prisoner of War Korea Plate: No additional fees will be charged for this plate.
Eligibility: Proof must be furnished to the department before special plates will be issued. Acceptable proof will be a copy of DD-214 or equivalent required

Former Prisoner of War Persian Gulf Plate: No additional fees will be charged for this plate. Eligibility: Proof must be furnished to the department before special plates will be issued. Acceptable proof will be a copy of DD-214 or equivalent required.

Former Prisoner of War USS Pueblo Seizure Plate: No additional fees will be charged for this plate.
Eligibility: Proof must be furnished to the department before special plates will be issued. Acceptable proof will be a copy of DD-214 or equivalent required.

Former Prisoner of War Vietnam Plate: No additional fees will be charged for this plate.
Eligibility: Proof must be furnished to the department before special plates will be issued. Acceptable proof will be a copy of DD-214 or equivalent required.

Former Prisoner of War World War II Plate: No additional fees will be charged for this plate. Eligibility: Proof must be furnished to the department before special plates will be issued. Acceptable proof will be a copy of DD-214 or equivalent required.

Military Veteran Motorcycle Plate: Only Veteran plates and Veteran Motorcycle plates may be personalized. An extra initial fee of $25.00 and an extra annual fee of $15.00 will be charged. The text must have at least one alpha character and no punctuation marks. Leave a blank square where you want a space.
Eligibility: Proof of being a current or former member of the United States Armed Forces must be furnished to the department before special Veterans plates will be issued. Acceptable proof will be a copy of form DD214 or an equivalent document or statement from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Gold Star Family Plate: The Gold Star plate is available for Spouses, parents and other immediate Family members of military members killed by hostile actions during active military service in a period of war recognized by the U.S. Congress. Surviving Spouses and parents of deceased Service members will not pay fees for gold star plates. A portion of the fees paid by other qualifying relatives will be used to defray the costs of administering the issuance of the plates at ITD and IDVS. Any remaining fees will be used to provide support programs for Veterans.
Eligibility: Proof of entitlement must be furnished to the department before plates will be issued. This proof can be provided by a copy of DD214 or equivalent documentation, or a letter from the United States Veterans Administration attesting to the Veteran's status.

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Parks and Recreation Benefits:

Hunting and Fishing Privileges:

Resident Disabled American Veterans - Reduced Fees: Resident disabled Veteran may be eligible for DAV reduced fees for licenses and tags for an annual $5.00 fee. The license allows the disabled Veteran to purchase reduced fee Disabled American Veteran tags for deer $10.75, elk $16.50, bear $6.75, or turkey $10.75. They must submit a letter from the Veterans Affairs office verifying a service-connected disability rating of 40 percent or greater. Letters can be brought to any regional office or mailed to the address below. Such documentation may bear any date prior to license application. Documentation for the resident DAV license will be required only for the initial application and will not be required for subsequent applications.

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Nonresident Disabled Veterans - Reduced Fees (effective May 16, 2014): Nonresident disabled Veterans with a disability rating of 40 percent or more by Veterans Affairs are eligible for nonresident DAV reduced fees for licenses and tags. Individuals meeting the DAV requirements must submit a letter from the Veterans Affairs office verifying a service-connected disability rating of 40 percent or greater. Letters can be brought to any regional office or mailed to the address below. Such documentation may bear any date prior to license application. Documentation for the nonresident DAV license will be required only for the initial application and will not be required for subsequent applications.

The nonresident DAV hunting with 3-day fishing license, $31.75, allows the nonresident disabled Veteran to purchase reduced fee nonresident Disabled American Veteran tags for deer $23.75, elk $39.75, bear $23.75, or turkey $19.75.

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Disabled Veterans Special Big Game Tag Program: The Disabled Veterans Special Big Game Tag Program allows a qualified organization to apply for a special big game hunt tag on behalf of a disabledVeteran. A qualified organization is defined as a 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) or 501(c)(19) nonprofit organization, or a government agency, with a mission to afford opportunities, experiences and assistance to disabled Veterans. The program is not limited to organizations in Idaho. Idaho Fish and Game makes five tags available each year for disabled Veterans for any deer, elk, pronghorn, moose, black bear or mountain lion hunt. Tags may be requested for general or controlled hunts. An additional five tags may be available each year. Participants are exempt from licensing requirements. The program is a first-come, first-served, once in a lifetime opportunity. The Application for a Disabled Veterans Special Big Game Hunt must be used to apply.

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Disabled Veteran Program (Parks Pass): The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) offers Idaho service connected disabled Veterans free camping and day-use access within Idaho's State Parks. The program entitles eligible Idaho Veterans to free Idaho State Park day-use access and one free campsite per overnight stay. Camping is limited to a maximum of 15-days per 30-day period within the Idaho State Park system.
Eligibility: Idaho residents with service connected disabilities, rated at 100% permanent and total, with written proof from the Idaho Department of Veterans Affairs. Idaho Veterans who have been issued a "Disabled Veteran" license plate from the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) are also eligible for the discount and may use their license plate as proof of eligibility.

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Miscellaneous Benefits:

Financial Assistance: Provides up to a $1,000 grant, in cases of extreme emergency, to wartime Veterans in need of assistance. Must have entered the military from Idaho, or lived within the state for at least 5 years. The event or emergency must have occurred within 90 days of the request.

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Office of Veterans Advocacy: A full-service state agency that assists Veterans, their Family members and survivors. The department is an advocate for Veterans and their Families, and aggressively pursues all federal and state benefits and entitlements on their behalf. The department's Veterans Service Offices and the statewide referral service are staffed with qualified benefits specialists to assist Veterans and Family members in accessing benefits to which they may be entitled.
Eligibility: All Veterans and their dependents.

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State Veterans Homes: The Idaho Division of Veterans Services operates three Veterans Homes in Boise, Lewiston and Pocatello. All three homes share a common goal of providing responsive medical and supportive care to Veterans who can no longer provide for themselves. 1) Pocatello Veterans Home is a 66 skilled nursing facility; 2) Boise Veterans Home facility offers a 36-bed residential/ domiciliary unit, and a 131 bed skilled nursing care unit including a 17-bed special care unit for Veterans with Alzheimer's disease or related conditions. A professional, dedicated staff administers these levels of care by providing medical, dietary, social, rehabilitative and religious services; 3) Lewiston Veterans Home is a 66 skilled-nursing-care beds which includes domiciliary, residential and nursing care.
Eligibility: Applicants may be peacetime or wartime Veterans and Spouses of eligible Veterans, with wartime Veterans is retaining priority admission status. Applicants must have been discharged under honorable conditions and be a bona fide resident of the state of Idaho. In addition, applicants must be unemployable as a result of age, illness, or disability. Effective July 1, 2000, applicants must apply for and become eligible for Medicaid benefits or must pay the established maximum monthly nursing care charge.

All Idaho State Veterans Homes are Medicare and Medicaid certified facilities. To be eligible for admission, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. Applicants may be peacetime or wartime Veterans, and their Spouses, with wartime Veterans receiving priority admission status. The total service time must be at least 90 days, with an honorable discharge. A copy of the Veteran's discharge papers (DD-214) must be provided with the application. If the discharge papers are unavailable, a copy can be requested through the Department of Veterans Affairs. We will assist with the request.
  2. Applicants must be a resident of the State of Idaho at the time of application.
  3. Applicants must apply for (or already be in receipt of) a VA pension, and Aid and Attendance. We will assist with the pension application
  4. Applicants must either be eligible and apply for Medicaid benefits, or pay the current maximum monthly charge. Please include with the application a copy of the Veteran's Medicare card, private insurance cards, Social Security card, and Medicaid card. We welcome applicants who may not yet be Medicaid approved, and we will assist them with the application process.
  5. Spouses or Widows of Veterans (eligible for nursing care only) will need to provide proof of marriage when they apply.
  6. Veterans may be admitted without regard to their financial status.

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Veteran Burial Benefits: The State of Idaho currently has one State Veterans Cemetery, which is located at 10100 Horseshoe Bend Road, Boise Idaho. Interment fees for eligible Veterans are paid by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Associated funeral expenses and preparation are not included and are incurred by the Veteran's Family or estate. Veterans and Families are able to choose, a columbarium niche, cremation inurnment that includes an inscribed, granite niche cover; an in-ground, garden niche, cremation inurnment that includes a flush-to-the-ground inscribed, granite marker; a scattering garden, set in a natural draw of the Boise foothills, that includes a location for an inscribed marker in memory of the deceased; a full casket, in-ground interment that includes an inscribed, upright granite marker. Military Funeral Honors are coordinated by the Cemetery. Honors include the playing of Taps, folding of the flag and its presentation to the next-of-kin. An Honor Guard detail of at least two members of the Armed Services is provided for the interment service of the eligible Veteran.
Eligibility: Eligibility for interment in the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery mirrors National Veterans Cemetery eligibility requirements. There is no requirement to be a resident of the state of Idaho.

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Military Installations and Veterans Affairs Facilities in Idaho

Active Duty:

Army
No active duty Army installations are located in Idaho.

Air Force
Mountain Home Air Force Base: http://www.mountainhome.af.mil/
Mountain Air Force Base provides military ID cards and DEERS Enrollment. Additionally, there is a Base Exchange, lodging, housing and a commissary and many other services.


National Guard:

Idaho National Guard Joint Headquarters: http://nationalguard.idaho.gov/

Idaho Army National Guard: http://www.idahoarmyguard.org/

Idaho Air National Guard: http://www.idaho.ang.af.mil/

United States Army Reserve (USAR):

Regional Support Command (RSC) Headquarters, 88th RSC: http://www.usar.army.mil/ourstory/commands/88RSC/Pages/default.aspx

Additional information located at: http://myarmybenefits.us.army.mil/Home/Benefit_Library/Resource_Locator/Idaho.html

 

 

Veterans Administration (VA) Medical Facilities in Idaho:

Veterans Health Administration
VA Medical Center
Boise: Boise VA Medical Center, 500 Fort St, 208-422-1000

Outpatient Clinic
Mountain Home: Mountain Home Idaho Outpatient Clinic, 815 North 6th East, 208-580-2001 / Fax: 208-580-9993
Ponderay: Sandpoint RHC, 30410 Hwy 200, 208-263-0450 / Fax: 208-255-5635
Salmon: Salmon Idaho Outpatient Clinic, 705 Lena St, 208-756-8515 / Fax: 208-756-8385

Community Based Outpatient Clinics
Caldwell: Caldwell Clinic, 4521 Thomas Jefferson Dr, 208-454-4820 / Fax: 208-454-4859
Coeur d'Alene: Coeur d'Alene CBOC, 915 W. Emma Ave, 208-665-1700 / Fax: 208-667-8649
Grangeville: Grangeville (ID) VA Outpatient Clinic, 711 West North St, 208-983-4671
Idaho Falls: Idaho Falls Outreach Clinic, 3544 East 17th St, 208-522-2922 / Fax: 208-522-6330
Lewiston: Lewiston (ID) Community Based Outpatient Clinic, 1630 23rd Ave, Bldg 2, 208-746-7784 / Fax: 208-798-8652
Pocatello: Pocatello CBOC, 444 Hospital Way, Suite 801, 208-232-6214
Twin Falls: Twin Falls Idaho Outpatient Clinic, 260 2nd Ave East, 208-732-0959 / Fax: 208-732-7480

Vet Center - 877-927-8387
Boise: Boise Vet Center, 2424 Bank Dr, Suite 100, 208-342-3612 / Fax: 208-342-0327
Pocatello: Pocatello Vet Center, 1800 Garrett Way, 208-232-0316 / Fax: 208-232-6258

Veterans Benefits Administration
Regional Office
Boise: Boise Regional Benefit Office, 444 W. Fort St

Intake Site
Mountain Home AFB: Mountain Home Air Force Base, 575 Gunfighter Ave, Bldg 180

 

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Idaho Division of Veterans Services
351 Collins Road
Boise, ID 83702
Phone: 208-780-1300

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Resources

http://www.legislature.idaho.gov/idstat/Title49/T49CH4.htm

http://www.legislature.idaho.gov/idstat/TOC/IDStatutesTOC.htm

http://www.accessidaho.org/

http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/public/about/offices/

http://www.goang.com/benefits/

http://parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/

http://www2.va.gov/directory/guide/state.asp?State=ID&dnum=ALL

http://www.veterans.idaho.gov/benefits-a-services/employment-services

http://www.retirementliving.com/taxes-alabama-iowa#IDAHO

http://tax.idaho.gov/i-1011.cfm

http://www.Veterans.idaho.gov/

http://www.fedshirevets.gov/job/vetpref/index.aspx

http://www.dol.gov/elaws/vets/realifelines/stateinfo.htm?state=ID

http://www.veterans.idaho.gov/benefits-a-services#EDUCATIONAL%20BENEFITS

Document Review Date: 22 September 2014