Crosswalk North Idaho

Keeping Kids Safe

Crosswalk North Idaho (formerly Project Safe Place) is all about helping kids cross safely from instability to stability—whether they are being bullied at school, aren’t getting adequate nutrition at home or are at risk of running away. Crosswalk North Idaho is the first step to help for youth in crisis.

Crosswalk North Idaho provides a place that youth can go to for help by offering:
  • drop-in center with after-school activities and mentoring (Mon, Tues, Fri 2:30-6:00pm)
  • Work Ready employment training
  • crisis intervention
  • access to safe and caring adults
  • meal program
  • food bank
  • clothing bank
  • recreational activities
  • access to counseling
Drop-In Center: a safe place to hang out
Do you want to make some new friends? Need a place to hang out after school? Are you looking to make some positive changes in your life? Or do you just need a little support from someone other than a family member? Then come hang out with us:


Drop-In Services:
  • Snacks/dinner
  • Recreational activities (ping pong, pool, movies, games, occasional field trips, etc.)
  • Fun relationships with healthy adults
  • Tutoring
  • Job search assistance
  • Assistance is locating medical care, clothing, food boxes, hot meal sites and rental assistance.
  • Access to computers and the internet

Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Friday 2:30-6pm
Location: 201 E Harrison Ave (in the St. Vincent DePaul HELP center)





Crosswalk North Idaho
201 E Harrison Ave • Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
24-hr helpline: 208.676.0772 • fax: 208.664.9358
email: bsmitherman@voaspokane.org

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