Our Path Home CATCH program

Housing programs

ADA COUNTY – Our Path Home Connect: ourpathhome@catchprogram.org

CANYON COUNTY – Region III Access Point: accesspoint@catchprogram.org

  • 503 S. Americana Blvd. Boise, ID 83702
  • 1007 S. Elder St. Nampa, ID 83686

VA Homeless programs HUD-VASH

The HUD-VASH is a collaborative program between HUD and the VA that combines HUD housing vouchers with VA supportive services to help Veterans who are homeless and their families find and sustain permanent housing.

Saint Vincent De Paul of Northern Idaho

Their programs provide meals, housing support, and clothes and more.

  • 201 East Harrison Ave , Couer d'Alene ID 83814

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

The Supportive Services for Veteran Families provides a range of supportive services designed to promote housing stability for eligible very low-income Veteran families. Through the SSVF Program, El-Ada will provide outreach and case management services and will assist participants in obtaining VA benefits and other public benefits. Program is for residents of ada, elmore, and canyon counties.

  • 701 E 44th St, Garden City, ID 83714
  • 2250 S Vista Ave, Boise, ID 83705
  • 585 N 3rd E St, Mountain Home, ID 83647
  • 15 W Colorado Ave, Homedale, ID 83628

211 Idaho Careline

Navigators can help you find resource using a statewide resource database. They can help find resources to address various concerns including employment, food, domestic violence, housing, mental health, transportation, medical care, and more. Navigators can help with rental and deposit assistance for families with children in the home who qualify. They have an online resource list: https://211-idaho.communityos.org/

Saint Vincent De Paul

Their “Home Visits” program consists of a pair of volunteer visiting clients’ homes to discuss their specific needs and offer support. Through Home Visits, they aim to prevent homelessness by providing direct assistance. This assistance can be used to help with utility bills and rent when eviction is imminent. St. Vincent de Paul can also help with utilities, rent, household goods, transportation & clothing. 

Ada County and Mountain Home: (208) 331-2208

Caldwell Area: (208) 919-2940

Nampa Area: (208) 466-3400

Jesse Tree

Jesse Tree provides financial assistance coupled with case management to households at risk of eviction and homelessness who are unable to pay rent.

Categories: Housing, Tenant resources
  • 1121 West Miller Street, Boise, ID 83702

GrinWell for You

The GrinWell for You program gives limited income individuals the opportunity to regain their smile. It’s designed to help with basic dental services and dental restorations by providing $1850 in benefits to use over the course of one year for income qualifying Idaho adults 26-34 and 60+. There are no fees, copays, or deductibles. Enroll and access dental care from any provider in the Delta Dental PPO network and it covers some restoration, dentures, and preventive care. They cannot have other insurance, e.g. Medicaid or Medicare Advantage with dental UNLESS the Medicare Advantage Plan has embedded PREVENTIVE ONLY dental coverage. Upon completion of the one year, they can enroll in a subsidized preventive plan for two years called GrinWell Protect.

Categories: Dental, Health & Wellness
  • 555 E. Parkcenter Blvd Boise, ID 83706

Green Apple Project: Autism Caregivers Support Group – Lewiston

A support group for caregivers of those with autism to gather for a moderated discussion and resource sharing that meets twice a month on the second and fourth Wednesday from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Attendees receive complimentary dinner and childcare services. Parent/Guardian(s) are encouraged to arrive 15 minutes before the start time to provide our Childcare Specialists with essential information about your child, including their day, to prepare for any possible issues. After the meeting, parents receive a report on their child’s care during the group session.
RSVP is necessary at least two days before each meeting to ensure we have adequate staff and make the necessary arrangements for dinner and childcare. However, we understand the challenges that may arise in planning and will try our best to accommodate late RSVPs. Our primary aim is to maintain a low staff-to-child ratio to provide adequate care.

Categories: Respite, Support Groups
  • 615 Thain Road Suite A, Lewiston, ID

Memory Café: Clarkston

This is a casual gathering to provide socialization, interaction, peer support, a sense of belonging and a sense of well-being. For persons diagnosed with Alzheimers or other related dementia and their care partners (Family and friends).  There is no cost, no judgement, or expectations. Just companionship and fun. Held the 4th Thursday of the month. Contact Ella Willing at 208-791-7772. Location: Mama K’s: 902 6th St Clarkston, Washington

  • Mama K's 902 6th St Clarkston, Washington