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Transitional Housing

If you want more information on any of our Transitional Housing facilities, or you would like to apply to our transitional housing program, please contact  SVDP Transitional Housing at 208-765-4741.

St. Vincent de Paul's Transitional Housing Office is located at our Transitional Housing Center, 1428 N. First, Coeur d'Alene.

Transitional Housing Overview

Transitional housing is temporary housing that is available for up to two years for those who are homeless. What makes these facilities unique is their focus on long-term, internal change for the residents.

St. Vincent de Paul's Transitional Housing Program provides both housing and supportive services as well. Residents work with a case manager who helps them address issues that contribute to their homelessness. We work with each client so they may build a strong rental history and learn the necessary life skills that will help them move toward self-sufficiency. However, clients must be willing to actively participate in the development of a comprehensive and supportive action plan that will guide them toward this self-sufficiency goal.

Homeless individuals and families come to St. Vincent de Paul with a variety of complex problems and unmet needs. We seek to invest in these people through this program, ensuring that they become capable of providing for their own needs, and the needs of their family. Continual support and staff teamwork are an integral part of this process.

Transitional Housing Eligibility

To be eligible for St. Vincent de Paul's Transitional Housing Program, an individual or family must be homeless, have a verifiable income, be willing to submit to a criminal background check, and demonstrate they are drug-free. They must also show they are motivated to become self-sufficient by participating in all required program components.

Units are subject to availability, with a possible waiting list. Rent is based on income.

Supportive Services Offered

  • Life Skills Classes
  • Parenting Classes
  • Career Counseling
  • Support groups for children & adults
  • Mentoring and tutoring
  • GED Classes (off site)
  • Substance abuse and mental health counseling (off site)

Sandman Transitional Housing

 

St. Vincent's Sandman Transitional Housing
1620 E. Sherman Ave.
Coeur d'Alene, ID

Purchased in 2007 using a generous grant from Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, St. Vincent's Sandman Transitional has eleven studio-style units to serves veterans.

Star Haven Transitional Housing

 

Transitional Housing for Individuals:
St. Vincent's Star Have Transitional Housing
1516 E. Sherman Ave.
Coeur d'Alene, ID

Acquired in 2002, St. Vincent's Star Haven Transitional Housing offers eleven studio-style units. It was funded by an AHP grant from Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle and a HOME loan through Idaho Housing and Finance Association. This facility serves veteran's. Eligibility is qualified through the Veterans Administration. There are common laundry and kitchen areas available.

Kamps Transitional Housing

 

Kamps Transitional Housing
206 W. Seltice
Post Falls, ID

St. Vincent's Kamps Transitional Housing is located within our Kamps Apartment complex and offers four private 1-bedroom units. This facility started in 1999 and was funded byHUD, Idaho Housing and Finance Association, and Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle.

Both of these facilities serve homeless families with a child or children under the age of eighteen. Both have common areas including laundry, kitchen, and play areas.

Coeur d'Alene Transitional Housing

 

Transitional Housing for Families:
Transitional Housing Center
1428 N. First Street
Coeur d'Alene, ID

Built in 1994 and funded by HUD, Idaho Housing & Finance Association, and St. Vincent de Paul's thrift store revenue, St. Vincent's Transitional Housing Center offers sixteen private, studio-style units.