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women's and children's alliance 


Women's and Children's provides safety, healing, and freedom, to victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault.

They do this through a 24hr hotline, safe shelter and transitioning housing, counseling and supportive services, case management, court advocacy, outreach, financial literacy, rape crisis advocacy, and safety planning.

(208) 343-3688

Boise Rescue Mission - Ministry Center

Since 1958, Boise Rescue Mission Ministries has reached out to the Treasure Valley community by teaching the word of God and providing food, shelter, clothing, counseling, and education to those in need.

(208) 343-2389

River Of Life 

The River of Life Rescue Mission plays a vital role in providing shelter, care and respect to homeless men in their community.
Whether that be through education, a hot meal, or counseling and recovery, everyone is valuable to them.
River of Life is an important part of one of Boise Rescue Mission Ministries' goals of of serving homeless men in Boise, ID.

(208) 389-9840

City Light Home for Woman and Children

At City Light, they offer a safe haven of hope and love to women and children, providing emergency services such as meals, shelter, and clothing, as well as education, work-search assistance, mental health counseling, addiction recovery, and children’s programs.

(208) 368-9901

Coeur D Alene

St. Vincent De Paul

provides emergency shelter.
Mission Statement: belief In the dignity of the human person In the identification of Jesus with the poor In the preferential option for the poor That Jesus is the Evangelizer and Servant of the poor That growth in intimacy with Jesus is a lifelong process That poverty of spirit is the primary beatitude That our primary concern is charity and justice That prayer is essential: personal and communal In the virtue of humility: personal and corporate In the virtue of charity, inside and outside the Society In Divine Providence In Friendship In Community In Simplicity

(208) 664-3095

Safe Passage Women's Center 

Safe Passage's purpose is to provide safety, education, and empowerment to victims of violence and to the community.

The agency was established in 1977 and is one of the largest domestic violence and sexual assault programs in the State of Idaho.

Each year they provide confidential and comprehensive direct client services and emergency shelter to more than a thousand victims of domestic and sexual violence.

(208) 664-9303

Children's Village 

Children's Village provides shelter and care for girls ages birth up to 18 years and boys ages birth up to 13 years who have been abused, neglected, or are experiencing a family crisis, including homelessness. Children's Village has a Crisis Nursery for infants and toddlers at risk 

(208) 667-1189


YMCA of Lewiston

The YWCA of Lewiston-Clarkston is dedicated to empowering women, eliminating racism, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

(208) 743-1535


Sojourner's Alliance

Sojourners' Alliance operates a transitional housing facility for homeless men, women and families.

Their program offers:

  • Long-term housing

  • Supplemental food assistance

  • On-site case management

  • Counseling services

(208) 883-3438


Bannock House

Bannock House provides residential treatment for young people exclusively through a contract with the State of Idaho, Department of Health and Welfare, Children and Family Services, Region 6. Those eligible for services are males or females between the ages of 10 and 18 in the custody of the State of Idaho as determined by legal action.

(208) 234-2244

Aid for Friends Homeless Shelter

Aid For Friends is a private, non-profit organization that provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and other supportive services to individuals and families facing homelessness.

(208) 232-5669

Southeastern Idaho Community Action Agency

The Southeastern Idaho Community Action Agency is one of the many community action agencies who have become a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO).
Through Idaho Housing and Finance (IHFA), Housing and Urban Development (HUD), USDA Rural Development, and other funding streams, SEICAA continually strives to provide safe and affordable housing for low-income community members.

(208) 234-0966

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