Affordable Housing

Advocates Against Family Violence offers emergency shelter, transitional housing, and affordable permanent housing in Idaho. Pre-qualification must be completed prior to viewing any housing units.

We currently don’t have any transitional or permanent homes available, but please save time and get your applications in now for future approval. If you have any questions, please give us a call at (208)459-6330 ext. 122.

Shelter

Hope’s Door Shelter is the only domestic violence specific to women and children shelter in Canyon County. We provide protection not only for victims in Idaho, but across the entire United States.

If you have any questions about Hope’s Door Shelter, please give us a call at 208.459.4779. Our Advocates are standing by to assist you 24/7!

Transitional Housing

We offer affordable single family homes in the Caldwell and Homedale areas. These affordable homes are open to the community for application. We offer 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Guidelines for qualification apply.

Download an Application

Permanent Housing

We offer affordable single family homes in the Caldwell and Homedale areas. These affordable homes are open to the community for application. We offer 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Guidelines for qualification apply.

Download an Application

Hope Plaza Apartments

Our Hope Plaza Apartments are managed by a Rental Agency and have different qualifications than our affordable housing units. You must pass a more extensive credit and criminal background screening. You must also qualify based on household size and income. Hope Plaza Apartments are Sec. 42 Tax Credit properties.

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Project

Advocates Against Family Violence administers the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Rehousing (HPRR) for the City of Caldwell, with funding from a HUD Community Development Block Grant.  The program provides a “safety net” for low-to-moderate income families in need of short term, temporary assistance to keep them from slipping into homelessness or to help them secure new housing after becoming homeless.

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