Victory Over Sin Radio

Victory Over Sin is a show hosted by Mark Renick that addresses issues pertaining to returning citizens and the challenges they face coming out of incarceration. This project is funded by Systemic Change of Idaho.

You can join Mark each Saturday at 12:30pm on

94.1 FM – KBXL – the VOICE.

Coffee & Resource Center

Our Coffee & Resource Center should be your first stop the morning you are released from IDOC custody.

We provide this service in our office located at:

8620 W. Emerald St. Suite 140, Boise, ID 83704

Monday thru Friday from 9am to 12pm.

Systemic Change of Idaho

St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho has a reentry advocacy arm called Systemic Change of Idaho. We focus on advocacy in the Idaho State Legislature and educating the community about the challenges of being a returning citizen.

Offender Resource Guide

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Offering support for Friends, Family, & Offenders returning to the community.

Victory Over Sin Support Group

A fellowship and accountabilty meeting for individuals who wish to strengthen their Christian walk.

Weekly meetings at:

8620 W. Emerald St. Suite 140, Boise, ID 83704

Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Due to COVID-19 safety concerns the Victory Over Sin group meetings are temporarily suspended.

In the News

Treasure Valley Spotlight: Mark Renick

By Idaho Press on June 23, 2019

Leaving prison isn’t always simple, and that’s where Mark Renick comes in. Renick is the state coordinator for re-entry services for St. Vincent de Paul, a Catholic volunteer organization. With a team of almost a dozen volunteers, he assists 12 to 17 people a week in the first hours after their release from prison. Most often it starts with a simple car ride from prison and a hot breakfast immediately after being released but can go as far as rental assistance, help in finding employment and support from others looking to get back on track after serving time…full story

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St. Vincent de Paul helps former prisoners with rides, jobs and reentering society

By Idaho Press on April 12, 2019

BOISE — Jeremy Cunningham didn’t know who was picking him up from prison, but he certainly wasn’t expecting a familiar face. “Wait, I know you,” he said, shaking an older man’s hand with a broad smile on his face. “It’s a small world.” Cunningham, 43, was handed a small paper bag of his belongings in the detention center lobby in south Ada County and followed Mark Renick out into the drizzly Monday morning air.

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