Our Path Home is made possible by the commitment and generosity of our funding partners. We are so grateful for the trust and the support from the following partners:
- City of Boise
- The Whitney Foundation
- Together Treasure Valley
- Wells Fargo
- Home Partnership Foundation
- Laura Moore Cunningham
- United Way of Treasure Valley
- Mountain West Bank
- Boise Regional REALTORS and National
- Association of REALTORS
- U.S. HUD (Continuum of Care)
- Key Bank Foundation
- Idaho Community Foundation
- Bank of the Cascades Foundation
- Many Voices Praying
- CTA, Inc.
- Sletten Construction
- Andersen Construction
- Business Interiors of Idaho
Our Path Home is a collection of agencies, all committed to ending homelessness in Ada County. This partnership wouldn’t serve its bold vision without this diverse team. Meet all of the partners in our effort.
Access Behavioral Health
Mission: To provide outpatient behavioral health clinic services.
Services we provide: Low cost clinic, Family service, Children’s mental health, Home-based services, Case management, Medication management, Psychotherapy, Developmental disability services, Community based rehabilitation services, Outpatient substance abuse treatment
Boise City/Ada County Housing Authorities
Mission: To enhance our community by providing safe and affordable housing and fostering self-sufficiency and stability for people in need.
Services we provide: Housing Choice Vouchers, Low rent public housing, Market rate housing, Supportive housing programs, Project based vouchers, Home ownership and family self-sufficiency programs
Boise Police Department
Mission: To protect, serve and lead our community to a safer tomorrow
Services we provide: Resource referral
Boise Rescue Mission
Mission: To meet the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs of homeless and addicted individuals in the Boise and Nampa, ID areas. To see the lives of men, women and children in our community truly transformed.
Services we provide: Clothing, Household items, Meals, Emergency shelter, Veteran and substance misuse transitional housing programs, Children’s programming, Work search assistance
Boise School District
Mission: Educating today for a better tomorrow
Services we provide (for families with children in the Boise School District): Homelessness prevention, Move in cost assistance, Utility bill assistance
Boise Veterans Administration Medical Center
Mission: To use outreach efforts to contact and engage veterans who are homeless and suffering from serious mental illness and/or substance use disorder, and to end homelessness among veterans by providing a full continuum of specialized services.
Services we provide: Facilitate access to VA health care and benefits, transitional and long-term housing alternatives, vocational counseling, rehabilitation and employment referrals and counseling
Brighter Future Health
Mission: To help people achieve their goals by helping them find a way to overcome their difficulties and live a happy and productive life.
Services we provide: Community Based Rehabilitation Services, Therapy (Individual and Family), Service Coordination, Peer Support, Groups, Family Support Services
Mission: To end homelessness for families in the Treasure Valley by inspiring stable housing, financial independence, and resilience
Services we provide: Housing placement and rental assistance, Case management, Financial independence, CATCH Match
Catholic Charities of Idaho
Mission: To engage individuals, families and the community to enhance dignity and strengthen financial and emotional well-being.
Services we provide: Individual, marriage and family counseling, Financial literacy and asset building programs, After-school youth programs, Parenting and English classes, Immigration legal services
Child Protection Services
Mission: To keep children safe and strengthen families
Services we provide: Work with families to lower the safety concerns so that children can be returned home as soon as it is safe
Corpus Christi House
Mission: To ease the burden of homelessness by providing hospitality and services to those in need.
Services we provide: Daytime shelter (7 am-4:30 pm [closed 11:45-12:45]), Meals, Showers, Coffee, Clothes, Access to a phone, Use of our mailing address
Create Common Good
Mission: To help individuals with barriers to employment find job security and self-sufficiency through skills training and job placement assistance.
Services we provide: 8-week food service and job training program, Up to 3 months of job placement assistance
El Ada Community Action Partnership
Mission: To better focus available local, state, private and federal resources to assist low-income individuals and families to acquire useful skills and knowledge, gain access to new opportunities, achieve economic self-sufficiency and reduce poverty.
Services we provide: Food pantry, Emergency water utility and energy assistance, Supportive Services for Veteran Families, Telephone assistance, Weatherization assistance, HIV testing and education
Mission: To provide high quality services by educating, serving and partnering with families to create a community of lifelong learners.
Services we provide: Free education, health and family services to pregnant mothers and those with children 4 years or younger
Human Supports of Idaho
Mission: To provide integrated services that support recovery and enhancement of life. We endeavor to create a collaborative environment that fosters hope, stability, and respect among persons served, employees, and our community.
Services we provide: Case management for both insured or uninsured, Individual counseling, family and child counseling, Substance use disorder treatment, Payee services, Skill building
Idaho Dept of Labor
Mission: To connect business, education and workforce, link job seekers with employers, and help people with career and life transitions.
Services we provide: Work search assistance, Unemployment claims
Idaho Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Mission: To provide free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Services we provide: Free and confidential support, Crisis text response Monday-Friday 3 pm-Midnight (or as staffing allows), Resource referral
Idaho Youth Ranch
Mission: To provide troubled children a bridge to a valued, responsible and productive future
Services we provide: Emergency shelter for youth, Individual and family therapy, Equine therapy
Mission: To serve people of all genders, races, religions, and sexual orientation, as well as families with children, by providing safe overnight emergency shelter and practical services to transition out of homelessness.
Services we provide: Emergency shelter, Supportive services that include: assistance with accessing identification and official documents, connection to health insurance, assessment of physical and mental health, as well as substance abuse, education, employability, financial health, and life skills, Assistance with applying for housing, Peer advocacy, Daytime family and pre-k programming, Parks and Rec Work Program
The Jesse Tree of Idaho
Mission: To provide a safety net for low to extremely low income persons living in Ada County who are at risk of experiencing homelessness
Services we provide: Rental assistance, Case management
Path Peer Support Specialists
Mission: To provide outreach, engagement, case management and referral services for eligible adults who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of experiencing homelessness and have serious mental illness.
Services we provide: Support when life seems to be overwhelming, Housing eligibility determination and assistance in access housing, Individualized referrals and transportation to help participants obtain access to community services, Assistance in applying for and obtaining income support services, Completing and submitting Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance
Pathways Community Crisis Center
Mission: To bring balance back to life by developing and maintaining strong community relationships to increase client engagement and linkage to supports and resources during their time of need.
Services we provide: Triage and stabilization of behavioral health crises, Linkage to resources in the community, Behavioral health assessments, Solution based counseling, Peer support, Case management services
Peer Wellness Center
Mission: To advocate for and support individuals seeking to initiate or maintain recovery from behavioral health and/or substance abuse issues.
Services we provide: Peer support, AA and NA meetings, DBSA, SMART and NAMI groups, Support groups, Workshops
Mission: To offer a free sober active community to individuals who have suffered from a substance use disorder and to those who choose a sober life. Using a peer support model, we help members heal and rebuild their lives while also striving to eliminate stigma around recovery. Together we rise, recover, live.
Services we provide: Free fitness and other active lifestyle events, Social connectivity, Positive and healthy environment, A focus on continued sobriety through healthy activities
Mission: To identify and develop resources, utilizing them to support struggling families so they may achieve stability.
Services we provide: Create viable customized service plans focused on family strengths and community supports, Develop goals and action steps which are likely to achieve the intended result of the plan, Organize and actively case manage service plans, Work with communities, agencies and other Department programs to develop or assist in the stabilization of assets and resources, Provide assistance to needy families so that children may be cared for in their own homes or in the homes of relatives
Real Solutions Counseling Center
Mission: To empower people to make positive change
Services we provide: Counseling, Community Based Rehabilitation Services, Case management, Peer Support Specialist Services, Premarital Counseling, Marital, family therapy and individual therapy, Addiction and anger management, Divorce counseling
Recovery 4 Life
Mission: To be the community leader providing Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment, utilizing the most effective and evidence-based programs available. Not only for the individual seeking treatment, but their families as well.
Services we provide: Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Treatment, Group and Individual therapy sessions for men, women, families, children and couples, Assessments – GAINS, Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment (CDA), Substance Abuse Assessment, CANS assessment for Children/Adolescents, Specialty Groups for Men, Women, Adolescents, Trauma Specific Tracks, Medication Management, Case Management, Recovery Coaching and Peer Support, Daycare
St. Vincent de Paul
Mission: To build a more just world through personal relationships with and service to people in need.
Services we provide: Food pantry, Community suppers, Clothing vouchers, Merchandise vouchers (blankets & sleeping bags, depending on availability, etc.), Transportation assistance, Limited financial assistance with motel rooms and deposits on rentals, Prescription assistance
Terry Reilly Health Services
Mission: To provide affordable, comprehensive health care to everyone in our community to improve health and quality of life.
Services we provide: Primary health care, Dental, Behavioral health, 340 Discounted Pharmacy Program, SANE Solutions, Allumbaugh House, Urgent Care, Medication Assisted Treatment
The Salvation Army
Mission: To preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Services we provide: Food pantry, Education classes, Utility assistance, Backpacks and school supplies, Christmas toy and food box assistance, Winter coats, Marian Pritchett High School for pregnant and parenting teens, Clothing, gas and household supply vouchers
Tidwell Social Work Services
Mission: To help people enact change in their lives, build healthy boundaries, heal old wounds, improve relationships, and learn skills for living with less stress and greater connection.
Services we provide: Counseling, Community Based Rehabilitation Services, Case Management, Family support, Peer support, Community building and healing
West Ada School District
Mission: Preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s challenges
Services we provide: Free breakfast and lunch program, Transportation assistance for children to remain in their school of origin if requested by parent(s), After school tutoring programs for students enrolled in a non-Title I school, Mentoring for students grades 8-12, Limited case management
Women’s and Children’s Alliance
Mission: Safety, healing and freedom from domestic violence and sexual assault
Services we provide: 24-hour crisis hotline, Domestic abuse shelter, Safety planning, Court advocacy, Therapy, Support groups, Case management, Financial literacy
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