City Funded Programs

Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern WashingtonPhone: 458-2509Program: Provide funding for the Interlocal Agreement for matching funds to secure Federal funds for seniors and others in need of long-term care, sponsor community educational con-ferences on insurance issues and staff support to SHIBA volunteers
Deaconess Medical Center for Casey Family PartnersPhone: 623-7501Program: Provide funding for interviewer for child victims of sexual abuse by an outside perpetrator.
Catholic CharitiesPhone: 358-4262Program: To provide food, clothing, and shelter to the poor & homeless individuals and single parent families at the House of Charity and St. Margaret’s shelters.
Children’s Home SocietyPhone: 747-4174Program: Provide funding for Family Life Program that provides comprehensive mental health and family support services.
Coalition For Responsible DisabledPhone: 326-6355Program: provide independent living skills and/or case management ser-vices for individuals with significant disabilities.
Community Health Association of SpokanePhone: 325-0223Program: provide critical dental care to low income non-insured population.Program:  provide subsidized prescrip-tions to non-insured low-income citizens of Spokane.
Educational Service District 101                   Spokane Service TeamPhone: 456-7660Program: To provide partial funding for case management/counseling to young adults to assist in meeting basic human needs and enhancement of their advancement to self sufficiency
Holy Family Adult Day HealthPhone: 482-2475Program: provide supportive and rehabilitative services at the Adult Day Health Center to the elderly living in the City of Spokane.
Inland Northwest Blood CenterPhone: 444-6335Program: provide partial funding for bone marrow typing for all donors.
Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSN) Spokane Sexual Assault CenterPhone: 747-8224Program: To maintain 24-hour crisis services, advocacy and treatment services for sexual assault victims in the City of Spokane.
Martin Luther King Community CenterPhone: 455-8722Program: To provide partial funding to assist families on public assistance and low-income families to meet basic needs and to provide referral & support for clients.
Mid City Concerns, Inc.Phone: 532-1446Program: partial funding to provide advocacy based services, resource & referral, education, and encouragement towards independence, nutritional counseling to senior citizens of the Spokane community.
Transitional Programs for Women (dba Transitions) Miryam’s HousePhone: 328-6702Program: provide transitional housing with support services to homeless women re-covering from life crisis; including alcohol and substance abuse and physical and sexual abuse.
Spokane Aids NetworkPhone: 455-8993Program: To provide case manager counseling and nutritional programs to assist functionally impaired persons with HIV/AIDS (most low-income without medical insurance) to obtain needed support services.
YMCA – Retired and Senior Volunteer ProgramPhone: 838-3577Program: Funding to provide volunteer opportunities for retired persons age 55 and over to participate in their community through volunteer experiences.
Second Harvest Food BankPhone: 534-6678Program: Supports a network of emergency food outlets, on-site meal programs and other social service agencies which use food from the Food Bank warehouse
Spokane Guild’s SchoolPhone: 326-1651Program: Provide nursing services to coordinate assessment evaluations of developmentally disabled infants and toddlers and provide information to families.
University LegalPhone: 324-5791Program: Provide free crisis legal intervention to victims of domestic violence and vulnerable adults who are at an increased risk of abuse, exploitation and homelessness.
Spokane Neighborhood Action ProgramsPhone: 456-7111Program: Provide a comprehensive set of emergency services for low-income residents of Spokane.Program:  provides voice mail services to eliminate lack of a phone as a barrier to employment.
Transitional Programs for Women DBA  Women’s Drop-In CenterPhone: 328-6702Program: To provide support programs to assist women in gaining self sufficiency and greater financial security.
Transitional Programs For Women DBA Transitional Living CenterPhone: 328-6702Program: To provide provide housing and basic needs to homeless women and their children.
Vanessa Behan Crisis NurseryPhone: 535-3155Program: To provide parent education and support programs and classes to low-income parents as prevention against child abuse as well as activities and services which strengthen families and enhance parenting skills.
VOA’S CrosswalkPhone: 624-2378Program: provide partial funding for year-around shelter and support services to homeless youth
YWCA – Alternatives to Domestic ViolencePhone: 326-1190Program: provide crisis intervention, shelter, support and advocacy for victims of domestic violence as well as educational training on family violence workshops for professionals/students
YWCA Transition SchoolPhone: 326-1190Program: provide educational and support services to homeless children and their families.
YFA ConnectionsPhone: 532-2000Program: program provides substance abuse prevention, intervention and treatment services for low-income adults and adolescents and pregnant, postpartum and parenting women.

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