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Idaho Salvation Army financial assistance.

Salvation Army locations in Idaho provide emergency financial assistance and case management to low income families and individuals. Most of the programs listed below serve as a last resort, and can only help people who are faced with a crisis and have nowhere else to turn to. Find how the Salvation Army in Idaho can help pay rent, utility bills, food, and offer holiday assistance. Or get free school supplies, substance abuse help, and other support.

Salvation Army resources for housing, bills, and financial aid in Idaho

One of the resources available in Idaho is shelter or short term transitional housing. This program is offered in most communities across the state to help families or individuals move from overnight or temporary shelter into short term, transitional but stable housing. A focus is on providing some type of shelter during the cold winter months. Find financial help for rent and security deposits as well.

During the winter months, the Salvation Army will try to give out, or refer people, to emergency motel or hotel voucher programs in Idaho. As when the homeless shelters have no space or beds, or are full, local motels may be an options. Learn more on getting and using free hotel vouchers.

Gifts of toys and new clothing can be received from the Angel Tree Program. Tens of thousands of children and low income families who might not otherwise have anything for Christmas can benefit from this community donation program. Many children in Idaho might not be able to get toys around Christmas, or gifts at Easter, without using resources of the Salvation Army. Many holiday programs are also focused on seniors and the homebound, and volunteers can deliver meals to nursing homes and other locations.

Housing assistance in a crisis – From time to time people who are faced with an eviction and who are not yet homeless can get help maintaining and paying for their current home or apartment. Tenants can get advice, support, and possibly help for paying their rent. Both emergency funds for rent or security deposits, and also temporary housing, can be provided by the Idaho Salvation Army.

 

 

 

Energy and Utility Bill Assistance – The Salvation Army in Idaho seeks to help families keep on their utilities in an emergency. This can include helping them pay electric, water, heating cost, and cooling bills if they are faced with a disconnection of their service. No one wants to see a family have their power shut off during the winter or have someone run out of fuel or heating oil. There are a number of electric bill assistance programs available.

Food and meals, including holiday, are offered. Struggling families can get help in keeping food on their table year round, including on Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Across Idaho there are dozens of Salvation Army run food pantries, soup kitchens, and meal sites for the low income, unemployed, and working poor.

Students in Idaho, who come from lower income or working poor households, can get educational assistance including free back to school supplies. The Salvation Army works with corporations, non-profits such as the United Way, local fund raisers and other agencies to help youth. Notebooks, tablets, clothes for students such as sneakers, and much more can be provided to students from elementary school to even college age.

Free case management and guidance

Self-sufficiency is a primary objective of the Salvation Army centers in Idaho. Work with a case manager to get access to services and resources that can help you get back on your feet. Learn about free job training programs as well as computer classes, career counseling, employment agencies, and more in Idaho.

Social workers can help families and individuals get back on the road to financial security and self-sufficiency. The Salvation Army can help clients find a new career, and get help while that occurs. Short term support includes food boxes, job hunting workshops, counseling, child care, and housing. Finding stable employment is a key to addressing any type of long term challenges.

 

 

 

 

Residential services include transportation, meals, recreational services, case management services, and of course a low cost Family Store to shop at. These are more non-monetary in nature. The Salvation Army offers other resources as well, on a case by case basis.

Idaho Salvation Army locations

The main counties, cities, and towns are below. Or scroll down the page for more locations. They each have their own form of assistance programs along with thrift stores, homeless shelters, soup kitchens/food pantries and more. Each of the Salvation Army centers in Idaho relies on donations as well as volunteers.

Boise Corps, 1904 W Bannock St, Boise, Idaho 83702, call 208-343-5420

Thrift Store in Boise, 9492 W. Emerald Street, Boise, ID 83704, telephone number 208-345-1486

Boise Booth Family, Care Center, 1617 N 24th St., Boise, Idaho 83702, dial 208-343-3571

Several other programs are available in Ada County. There are many social services administered, as well as basic needs such as Christmas gifts, grants for heating bills or rent and a food pantry. 

Caldwell Corps, 1023 Chicago St, Caldwell, ID 83605, phone number is 208-459-2011

Caldwell Administration, 1015 Chicago St, Caldwell, Idaho 83606, phone number 208-459-2011

Idaho Falls Corps, PO Box 50105, Idaho Falls, ID 83405, dial 208-522-7200. Many services are available, including one time rent/emergency utility assistance, a free Food Bank, After School and Summer Program, limited prescription assistance, hygiene kits, free diapers, shelter, and more.

Kootenai County families can get help. Whether it is free back to school supplies, case management, or referrals to loan programs, the charity assists.

Nampa Corps, 403 12th Ave So, Nampa, ID 83651, main phone number is 208-467-6586

Pocatello and Bannock County has a center for the entire county. The charity provides free items, financial help, guidance, work attire and more.

Twin Falls Administration, 348 4th Ave N, Twin Falls, ID 83303, primary phone 208-733-8720.

 

 

 

 

Thrift Store in Twin Falls, address is 210 2nd Ave, Twin Falls, Idaho 83303, dial 208-733-8720

 

By Jon McNamara

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