Reentry Programs - Overview

St. Vincent de Paul Reentry Programs/Services

 

Thousands of men and women are released from prison and jails in Idaho every year and must go through the process of reintegration into society. This is a difficult process for so many returning citizens.

First: The Reentry Conference is an interfaith group dedicated to provide services to women and men recently released from prison or jail. They visit returning citizens and offer an understanding ear and referrals, as well as rent, clothing and transportation support. Currently, this group works with returning citizens in Ada County and Canyon County. Click here to learn more.

Second: Reentry Services is a nexus of services specifically for returning citizens. This is at our office at 8620 W. Emerald, Suite 140. Here we offer pickup, first day out resources, and employment services. Click here to learn more.

Third: Systemic Change of Idaho The obstacles to success for returning citizens can be daunting: housing, transportation, employment, parole restrictions, self-esteem, developing positive family and friend environments, etc. St. Vincent de Paul sponsors Systemic Change of Idaho, a group that works to improve conditions for returning citizens and thereby improve their chances of success in society. This is an advocacy group working to build understanding and affect change in Idaho to bring about better outcomes in our penal system. Click here to learn more.

St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
Looking for a fun activity with your friends and family this Thanksgiving holiday? Have fun helping others! We need almost 600 volunteers for the Thanksgiving Food Box Project! Learn more about the program and sign up to volunteer or donate at: https://www.svdpid.org/thanksgiving-food-box-project/
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
The Thanksgiving Food Box Project and the Christmas Toy Store are here! These are two of our biggest annual events to support our neighbors in need and prevent homelessness.

We still need VOLUNTEERS and DONORS to make these events a success!
Signups to receive both Thanksgiving Food Boxes and Christmas Toy Vouchers are both open.

Visit www.svdpid.org for all details and information!
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
Thank you to KTVB for covering our kickoff event for the annual Christmas Toy Store Program! We still need gifts and volunteers to ensure that every child in Southwest Idaho can celebrate Christmas. https://www.svdpid.org/christmas-toy-store/
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