Community Resources

Catholic Charities

https://www.cceasternwa.org/

St. Margret’s Shelter

During COVID-19 we are providing shelter and wraparound services to families experiencing homelessness.

Phone: (509) 358-4250

Toll Free: 1-800-831-1209

House of Charity

During COVID-19 we are providing breakfast, lunch, day services, and a sleeping program to individuals experiencing homelessness. We have created 2 "pop up shelters" over a 24-hour time period.

Phone: (509) 624-7821

32 W. Pacific Ave

Spokane, WA 99201

Family Promise

https://www.familypromiseofspokane.org/

Bridges Program

Phone: 509-747-5487

Email: office@familypromiseofspokane.org

904 E. Hartson Ave

Spokane, WA 99202

Open Doors

Phone: (509) 723-4663 (HOME)

2002 E. Mission Avenue

Spokane, WA 99202

The Salvation Army

https://spokane.salvationarmy.org/

Phone: (509) 325-6810

SNAP

https://www.snapwa.org/

Phone: (509)-456-SNAP

Email: communications@snapwa.org

Here is how you can help us make our changes in service delivery as useful as possible:

  • Please call SNAP for services before you make the trek to our offices. We can serve our clients remotely by you calling.
  • Leave a message if you don’t get through to a staff member the first time. We are working hard to answer messages quickly, so leaving a message with detailed contact information helps us all!
  • You may also email questions you have to, where your question/concern will be routed to the appropriate staff member.
  • If you do need to come into a SNAP office, please ensure you observe the notices posted (such as if we have a glass window to create more social distance). If you are feeling ill or have a fever, please call 456-SNAP so we can use a technology solution to serve you.

Spokane Workforce Council

https://spokaneresourcecenter.org/covid-19

Phone: (509) 867-8188

Spokane Resource Center: The Spokane Resource Center brings community resources together in one place to help people in our community avoid becoming homelessness or overcome barriers when facing unexpected challenges. That mission is more important than ever during the COVID-19 outbreak. Although our doors are not physically open, our teams are still on-site, ready to make referrals and help connect those in need with available community resources.

Volunteers of America

https://www.voaspokane.org/

Phone: (509) 624-2378

525 W. Second Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201

Crosswalk

Phone: (509) 838-6596

Email: crosswalk@voaspokane.org

525 W. Second Avenue, Main Floor
Spokane, WA 99201

Hope House

Phone: (509) 455-2886

Email: hopehouse@voaspokane.org

111 W Third Ave,

Spokane, WA 99201

YWCA

https://ywcaspokane.org/

Phone: (509) 326-1190
DV Helpline: (509) 326-2255

930 North Monroe Street
Spokane, WA 99201

YWCA 24-hr Helpline

Our 24-hr domestic violence helpline, 509-326-2255, will remain available for you to call at any time. This is the best number for you to contact if you need someone to talk to immediately. Through the helpline, our confidential advocates are available to contact if you or someone you know has questions or concerns about intimate partner domestic violence at any time. If it is safe to do so, you can also reach our Confidential Advocates via email at help@ywcaspokane.org, or through text messages at 509-220-3725.

Fig Tree

https://www.thefigtree.org/

Phone: (509) 535-4112

2-1-1

https://wa211.org/

Dial: 2-1-1

Toll Free: 877-211-9274

Goodwill

http://discovergoodwill.org/

Phone: (509) 838-4246

Toll Free: 1-800-894-2450