Food Pantries - Boise - SVdP Council

The Overland Food Pantry is the second largest food pantry in Idaho serving 1,000 families monthly and is open four days each week.

Free blood pressure readings, glucose readings, and hygiene kits and are also available on the fourth Wednesday of each month.

No-cost insurance review is available on Fridays from 10am-12pm

Food Pantry - Boise - SVDP Council

3209 W Overland Rd, Boise, ID 83705

 
 
Manager: Chris Martinez
Phone: (208) 333-1460
Hours: Tuesday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 am to 2:00 PM
Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 PM
Saturday 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM


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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
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
East Boise Community Reentry Center
On top of providing comprehensive services for men and women exiting incarceration, our Reentry Services also work with policy makers to tackle some of the toughest issues facing returning citizens! Here is Mark Renick, our Director of Reentry Services, with Idaho Governor Brad Little at a meeting organized by The Council of State Governments to look at incarceration issues in Idaho.
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