The Process | Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity

The process

Together, we are serving the Treasure Valley through shelter.


Complete and Submit an Application.

Applications are available only during an Application Period. Typically there is a one to a two-year gap between Application Periods.

The 2023 application period has closed as of Friday, April 28, 2023. Please check back for future application periods.

Applications are Evaluated.

The Family Selection Committee evaluates all complete applications to determine whether income requirements have been met. Next, a credit check will be performed on each. If these areas are unsatisfactory, the applicant will be sent a letter stating why their application has been denied. All denied applicants are welcome to re-apply in the future.

Home Visit.

Applicants who have met the income and credit requirements will be visited in their home by a team of two Family Selection Committee members to determine willingness to partner, assess housing needs, and verify residency.


The committee will meet to determine what recommendations they will make to the Habitat Board of Trustees. The board makes the final decision, and applicants will be sent a letter stating either that they have been approved for the Habitat program or stating why their application has been denied.

Our program is not a quick housing solution. It takes a minimum of 18 months, typically longer, from the time of application before a family can move into their Habitat home.

Note: Meeting all application requirements does not guarantee family selection.

The New Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity logo

Welcome to Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity! Formerly known as Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity, we are excited to announce our name change as we expand our services to now serve Ada and Canyon Counties. Rest assured, we continue to provide the same life-changing housing and repairs programs and support to our community.