Focuses on outreach and supportive services to assist American Indian individuals and families in transitional housing or homeless situations.
Mon - Fri, 11:30am through SASTA transportation.
Mon - Fri 1 - 5pm
905 E. Third
This program is for women who want support, advocacy and information about living free from violence and abuse (physical, sexual or emotional) in their intimate relationships.
Mon - Thurs
8:30am - 5pm
Fri 8:30am - 3:30pm
24-hour crisis response & Info line 509-326-2255
829 W. Broadway
Spokane, WA 99201
509-326-1190 ext. 139
Working with youth focusing on leadership development through relational discipleship and with the development of holistic programming through community collaboration in combination with local resources.
Hillyard Youth Center, 4603 N. Market
West Central Youth Center, 1309 N. Ash
Downtown Youth Center, 606 W 3rd Ave
Kids’ lives are dramatically impacted when caring adults come alongside them, sharing God’s love with them. They invest time with teenagers to build lasting friendships and to help them consider the direction of their lives.
418 W Sharp Ave
Spokane, WA 99201-2421
One huge misconception of the poor is that they have all made poor choices, and the result is their current state. There are many different circumstances in life that can attribute. There should be no shame in seeking help, it could happen to anyone.
40% of the homeless men are disabled Veterans with emotional struggles and disabilities. Most are from the Vietnam conflict, some of them disabled; others mentally traumatized by their war experiences; others simply unable to find work.
Every year several hundred children age-out of foster care in Washington State—40% fail to finish high school, 20% go into shelters, and 20% spend time in jail. Violence can also be a big factor, half of all women and children experiencing homelessness are fleeing domestic violence.
Many of elderly are on fixed incomes and afraid to go to a shelter or soup kitchen. Others live in poverty—not homeless, but home-bound without needed utilities.
A homeless person may be someone with a job. 25% of the homeless are working people. In every state, more than the minimum wage is required to afford a one-or-two bedroom apartment.
Poverty can strike without warning as a result of illness. Many have been crippled by enormous medical debt.
Spokane has a high rate of mental illness. The State average is 5%--Spokane’s average is 8%. Most can create a stable safe life for themselves with help.