Trinity's Vision

Trinity Group Homes, Inc. provides safe, affordable housing for adults with severe and persistent mental illness.

Trinity's Vision

Trinity's Mission

We provide caring, community supported housing programs that guide and teach life skills to our residents.

Trinity's Vision
Supportive Services

Since 1979, Trinity Group Homes Inc. has provided housing and supportive services in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, for men and women with major mental illnesses and since 1980, we have been certified as a 501(3)(c) organization. Residents live in duplex buildings owned by Trinity Group Homes Inc. and are group homes. Our staff works with residents on life skills building and development. In addition, Trinity Group Homes Inc. networks with case management service providers to ensure medication compliance and 24-hour crisis intervention, as well as with psychosocial rehabilitation services (PSR). The goal of Trinity Group Homes Inc. is to enable our residents to graduate from our semi-independent group living programs to fully independent community living.

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Resident Support and Training

The valuable opportunities Trinity provides to our residents allow many of them to develop vital employment and life skills and enable them to live independent and contributing lives, either as Trinity residents or when they "graduate" to fully independent living in the community. Measures include the following: higher level of social interaction skills, increased sense of pride in their home environment, decrease in isolation, increased mental health coping skills, increased daily participation within the home setting; and improved medication management.

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Recent News @ Trinity Group Homes

New Purchased Facility February 2015

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Trinity Group Homes, Inc. is pleased to announce that we finalized the purchase of our newest home, located at 816 Brigger Street, Post Falls, Idaho, with a Wells Fargo Bank loan on February 26, 2015. Trinity has been providing caring, community supported housing for adults with mental illness since 1979, ensuring that adults with severe and persistent mental illness have safe affordable housing in a supportive environment. Since mid-2013, we have increased capacity from 18 to our current capacity of 33 bedrooms, yet still have the largest waiting list in the last eight years. This purchase results will allow the relocation of all residents and furnishings and fixtures to the new home in Post Falls from the leased Hayden home in by the end of March, 2015. Our new home is conveniently close to a City Link Transit bus route stop, grocery store, food bank, pharmacies, and commercial banks.

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Many Ways to Donate to Trinity Group Homes, Inc.

Looking for a way to help Trinity Group Homes? Take a look at our new "Donate" page. Explore the many ways that you can help Trinity Group Home Inc.

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City of Coeur d'Alene Community Development Block Grant

City of Coeur d?Alene Community Development Block Grant:

City of Coeur d'Alene, through their HUD funded CDBG Entitlement Program awarded $30,112 in grant funding to Trinity Group Homes that allowed the renovation of the two oldest group homes owned by Trinity. This grant has allowed Trinity Group Homes to install new plastic laminate flooring in ten bedrooms, two living rooms, eating space and kitchen of our two-story group home. We were also able to replace the existing furnaces in this home, adding central A/C to the homes. In addition, both kitchens were outfitted with new stoves and dishwashers. In the second home, serving eight residents, we replaced one older furnace, installed a new central A/C system for both houses, and replaced the existing dilapidated storage shed and installed new perimeter fencing.


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Rev. Robert Runkle

Our Executive Director takes on new responsibilities! Bob Runkle, now known as The Rev. Robert S. Runkle (or less formally as Deacon Bob) was ordained a deacon in the Episcopal Church at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist on October 21, 2012 by The Rt. Rev. James E. Waggoner, Jr., Bishop of the Diocese of Spokane.

Rev. Robert Runkle

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