About

The Good Samaritan Home opened its doors in January 1942, serving nine men and women, who may not have had another place to call Home because they were identified as “less fortunate.”  Our mission has never changed in 73 years, we provide one program, one project, one mission, to provide a Home for the less fortunate.

And with community support, we provide low income housing to seniors, veterans, adults with disabilities as well as adults of all ages who may have low, fixed incomes.  For 73 years we have endeavored to deliver a sense of hope, safety, stability, security, support and a place to call home for our residents.

 

Rent Configurations:

  • Less than $600 rent equals $450 (minimum)
  • Less than $800 rent equals $500
  • Less than $1000 rent equals $550
  • More than $1000 rent equals $600
  • More than $1200 rent equals $650
  • More than $1400 rent equals $700
  • More than $1600 rent equals $750 (maximum)

 

The rent includes a private room with ½ bath, 3 meals per day every day of the year served family style, housekeeping service, laundry service, janitorial service, maintenance service, all utilities paid including a community phone and cable in your in room.  We can assist with basic needs such as toilet paper, shampoo, toothpaste and miscellaneous toiletries.  There are security cameras throughout the building to provide security.  We offer a variety of activities if you want to participate.  The rent also includes people who care enough to make sure your needs are met throughout the year, from holidays to every day, our goal is to provide for our residents.

2015 Recognition Grants/Donors

Thanks to our generous donors, The Good Samaritan Home is able to continue to provide safe and affordable housing.

Agri Beef - Funds for Operating Expense (Power Bill & Water Bill)

Berkley North Pacific Group - Meals Program

Idaho Community Foundation - Funds for Operating Expense 

Idaho Women's Charitable Foundation - Funds for Renovation, Repair and Beautification Project (Flooring)

Impact Radio - Advertising

Jeker Family Trust - Meals Program

Lightfoot Foundation - Funds for Renovation, Repair and Beautification Project (Emergency Panel)

Laura Moore Cunningham FoundationMeals Program

Harry W. Morrison Foundation - Meals Program

Nagel Foundation - Funds for the HVAC Project 

Neoreef - Website

U.S. Bank Foundation - Funds for Operating Expense (Power Bill)

Waddell And Reed - Gold Miner Sponsor for #gitTEA Up Hoe Down

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
  • Jack Moore, President
  • Will Anderson, Treasurer
  • Julie Hahn, Secretary
  • Susie Bellini-Riley
  • Travis Breckenridge
  • Nick Drake
  • Nicholas Jerns
  • David McKellip
  • Laine Moore
  • Mae Purves