Resources and Links
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Aging and Adult Care of Eastern Washington
Alcohol & Drug Treatment
Visit the Spokane Regional Health District website for alcohol and substance abuse treatment.
This website offers online information regarding defendant court hearings. Click on Case Search Option; accept the disclaimer; click Superior Court cases; enter Spokane/Criminal/Year/Name of Defendant.
Catholic Charities of Spokane
Christ Kitchen is a Christ-centered, non-denominational ministry providing work, job training, discipleship, support and fellowship for women living in poverty in the Spokane area. Through the production and sales of gourmet dried food products, this ministry enables women to learn to work, to become employable and, eventually, to support themselves and their families without reliance on government programs or destructive relationships.
2410 N. Monroe Street, Spokane, WA 99205 (509) 325-4343
Is a national non-profit, self-help support organization that offers friendship, understanding, and hope to bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings. There is no religious affiliation and there are no membership dues or fees. Spokane's Chapter meet the second Monday of every month from 6:15 - 7:45 pm. March and May's meetings will be held at the Spokane County Library (4322 N. Argonne Road, Spokane) and April's meeting will be held at the Shadle Public Library Conference Room (W. 2111 Wellesley Avenue, Spokane). www.compassionatefriends.org
County Gang Enforcement Team (GET)
This is a service available to people who want to attend court proceedings, but are not physically able to do so. The interested party can register and pay for this service. Click on the "Attorney" tab - go to "Review List of Participating Courts" and you will see the fees and the list of judges/courts throughout the United States that have this service. The participating party must pre-pay and set it up for themselves ahead of time. www.courtcall.com
Crime Check: (509) 456-2233
Crime Victims Compensation Program
The Crime Victims Compensation Program was established to assist victims of violent crime who have medical bills or funeral expenses. For more information contact CVC. You can also obtain an application from the Victim/Witness Unit.
Crosswalk Teen Shelter
Founded in 1985, Crosswalk is an emergency shelter, a school drop-out prevention program, and a group of lifesaving and life-changing programs dedicated to breaking the cycle of youth homelessness. The emergency shelter is available 365 days a year and all services are free and voluntary.
525 W. Second Avenue
The mission of Daybreak is to help teens and families troubled by alcohol and other drug use. Services are provided to all who can benefit regardless of ability to pay. We work with adolescents, ages 12-18, and their parents. www.daybreakinfo.org
(509) 444-7033, ext. 106 (Spokane)
Department of Corrections Community Victim Liaison East Region
Darby Stewart-Victim Services Program
1717 W Broadway Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201
Department of Corrections Victim Services (Offender Release Notification)
Point of contact for victims, witnesses and concerned citizens of offender’s move within Department of Corrections prison system.
Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council (GSSAC)
The primary purpose of GSSAC is to support a strong collaborative coalition with broad and diverse community representation that promotes primary community-wide substance abuse/violence prevention and reduction strategies.
8104 East Sprague Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA 99212-2900
Indeterminate Sentence Review Board
P.O. Box 40907
Olympia, WA 98504-0907
Lutheran Community Services North West
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
The mission of Washington Mothers' Against Drunk Driving is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking in Washington state. www.madd.org/local-offices/wa/
N.A.T.I.V.E. Health of Spokane
N.A.T.I.V.E. Health of Spokane is a primary health care facility that provides comprehensive health care to people in need. They are a non-profit, minority owned and operated organization serving all people. Their area of expertise is Indian Health.
1803 West Maxwell
Spokane, WA 99201
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
National Organization for Victim Assistance
Office of Crime Victims Advocacy (OCVA)
P.O. Box 48304
906 Columbia Street SW
Olympia, WA 98504-8304
Parents of Murdered Children, Inc. (POMC)
The Vision of POMC is to provide support and assistance to all survivors of homicide victims while working to create a world free of murder.
Partners With Families and Children: Spokane
An accredited hospital based child advocacy organization, Partners offers children and families expert evaluation and treatment services. Partners with Families and Children: Spokane is dedicated to wrapping its arms around children and families in crisis.
Protection Orders (Restraining Orders)
Spokane County Clerk Domestic Violence and Anti-Harassment Information and Forms
Sex Offender Watch
Spokane Aids Network SAN
Spokane County Sheriffs Office
Spokane Mental Health
Spokane Police Department
Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery
Washington Coalition of Crime Victim Advocates (WCCVA)
The Washington Coalition of Crime Victim Advocates (WCCVA) is a group of individuals, agencies, and organizations that work together to strengthen crime victim rights in Washington State.
Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
Since 1979 WCSAP has been dedicated to ending Sexual Assault in their communities. WCSAP mission is to unite agencies engaged in the elimination of sexual violence through education, advocacy, victim services, and social change.
4317 6th Ave. SE, Suite 102
Olympia, WA 98503
Washington Statewide Victim Information & Notification Service (VINE)
The Washington Statewide Victim Information and Notification Service (SAVIN) will tell you if an offender is in custody and will give you other important custody information. You may register for automatic notification when an offender is released, transferred, escapes or dies. It is totally confidential. An offender will not know you are registered.