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Overview

St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho has a reentry advocacy arm called Systemic Change of Idaho. We focus on advocacy in the Idaho State Legislature and educating the community about the challenges of being a returning citizen.

Mission:

Here at Systemic Change of Idaho, we are committed to working together to shift our criminal justice system to focus on building strong communities, advancing restorative justice and promoting the human development of each person. We are striving to build transformative relationships that create better understanding and compel each of us to act. We want to go beyond recidivism reduction and promote the common good.

Upcoming Events

Merry Christmas

Happy New Year


Please drop by our office

8620 W. Emerald St.
Suite #140
Boise, ID
(Emerald & Benjamin)
M-F 9am-Noon

We would love to meet you and
share with you the work we do.




Radio Show

Tune in to our weekly radio show "Victory Over Sin". It airs every Saturday afternoon at 12:30PM MST on 94.1 the Voice. You can listen to over 100 previous episodes online here.

Recent Episodes


Social Media

Follow us on instagram @systemicchangeid Like us on facebook here

Get in Contact

Are you interested in learning more or even getting involved? That's great! email   systemicchangeofidaho@svdpid.org or fill in the contact form below.

St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
Do you have a bicycle sitting in your garage collecting dust? That bike could be key transportation for someone looking to rebuild their life after prison.

Free up space while changing a life! Donate bikes at any of our thrift stores, details at www.svdpid.org

Bikes do not have to be perfect, we'll take care of flat tires and tune-ups.
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
The second Back2Work cohort has begun! After learning valuable lessons from our first cohort in November, we are continuing this program. Now, a much larger group of students are embarking on a two week classroom training that will be followed by internships in trade industries.

This program opens doors to living wage careers and escaping systemic poverty!
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
Eating Well: We have been making some big changes at our food pantries to emphasize nutrition. A healthy diet with proper macronutrients is critical for a healthy lifestyle. This is just one new way we are evolving to serve our neighbors in need. 6 On Your Side - Idaho's Madeline White visited our pantry to learn more about our nutrition focus. Watch that story to learn more:
https://www.kivitv.com/news/st-vincent-de-paul-food-pantry-staff-introduce-healthy-foods-initiative
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