Disability Resources:

ISU Disability Services:

The Disability Services office at Idaho State University enables equal access to all programs and services sponsored or funded by ISU. Any student, faculty, or staff member who has a qualified permanent or temporary disability is eligible for services through this office.

  • Disability Services:
    1. Authorizes and provides reasonable accommodations and related disability services for qualified individuals with disabilities.
    2. Advocates for an accessible and hospitable learning environment through removal of informational, physical, and attitudinal barriers.
    3. Promotes self-determination and personal responsibility for students with disabilities.
Contact information:

Phone: (208) 282-3599
Fax: (208) 282-4617
Email: ada@isu.edu


Rendezvous Complex, Room 125
921 South 8th Avenue
Stop 8121
Pocatello, ID 83209-8121

Idaho Falls:

Bennion Student Union, Room 223
1784 Science Center Drive
Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Idaho Traumatic Brain Injury Virtual Program Center:

The Idaho Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program Center is a free website that provides information about TBI to survivors, family members, friends, caregivers and providers. It also includes access to available local and national resources. The site, operated through the Institute of Rural Health at Idaho State University, is a strategic component of Idaho’s federally-funded TBI program, designed to build on existing systems that serve Idahoans.

ISU Audiology Clinic:

In cooperation with the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, the ISU Speech and Hearing Center provides hearing and hearing aid related services to veterans in Southeast Idaho. The program offers services to the veterans but also provides the graduate clinicians in audiology with an opportunity to gain experience with a wide range of diagnostic and audiology rehabilitation services. This includes hearing evaluations, hearing aid evaluations, fitting traditional and programmable hearing aids, hearing aid orientation, fitting assistive devices and counseling.

Contact information:

650 Memorial Drive
Pocatello, ID 83209

Phone: (208) 282-3495

Bannock County Veterans Services:

The Bannock County Veterans' Service Office is dedicated to helping all veterans in obtaining benefits they may have earned by serving their county.

Potential benefits include:

  • Disability Compensation
  • Educational assistance
  • NCE Vocational counseling
  • Readjustment counseling
  • Medical and dental care
  • Home buying assistance
  • Life insurance
Contact information:

Melissa Hartman
Veterans' Service Coordinator
Pond Student Union, third floor
921 S. 8th Ave.
Stop 8095
Pocatello, ID 83209

Phone: (208) 282-4101
Email: melissah@bannockcounty.us

Disabled American Veterans:

Because so many sick and disabled veterans lack transportation to and from VA medical facilities for needed treatment, the DAV operates a nationwide Transportation Network to meet this need. Through the Transportation Network, DAV volunteers drive sick and disabled veterans to and from VA medical facilities for treatment. The Transportation Network is a clear example of veterans helping veterans.

The local DAV chapter operates vans that run to the Salt Lake City VA Medical Center.

Contact information:

Phone: (208) 221-0362


921 South 8th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho, 83209