Seasonal Needs

  • Where can I find a warming / cooling shelter?

Shelter Information

  • House of Charity | 32 W Pacific Ave

    Phone: 509.824.1415
    See Schedule

  • Union Gospel Mission for Men | 1224 E Trent Ave

    The Union Gospel Mission Inland Northwest offers a Men's Recovery program that supplies dorm shelters, fitness center, classrooms, chapel services, kitchens, private rooms, a dining hall, counseling, education and a medical clinic.

    Within the community of the Men's Shelter, Men's Recovery participants move toward complete life change through biblical counseling, classwork, group therapy, job training, education and work requirements.

    Monday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Thursday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Friday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    Saturday: closed
    Sunday: closed

    Phone: 509.535.8510

  • Truth Ministries for Men | 1910 E Sprague


    Men 18 & over
    8pm to morning

  • A Way out Shelter for Single Adults | 55 W Mission


    Men and Women
    3pm to morning

  • Hope House for Women | 318 S Adams

    Hope House offers an environment of dignity, respect and compassion that honors the intrinsic value and unique experience of every woman. Thirty-four shelter beds are available each night. Each woman receives personal care including: nutritious food a hot shower clean, dry clothing hygiene items a warm bed onsite case management resource information referrals to community resources.

    Phone: 509.816.166

    Women 18+
    24 Hours (call at 8am)

  • Union Gospel Mission for Women & Children | 1515 E Illinois Ave

    The Crisis Shelter for Women and Children exists to provide a safe, healthy, short-term refuge for women and children in crisis. The Shelter strives to keep as many women and children off the streets as possible and admits guests until it reaches full capacity.

    The Crisis Shelter for Women And Children has the capacity to house up to 35 women and women with children. Guests have the opportunity to transition to Anna Ogden Hall's long-term rehab program. For more information contact Union Gospel Mission or visit the Union Gospel Mission website.

    Phone: 509.535.0486

  • YWCA Shelter for Domestic Violence


  • Crosswalk for Teens | 525 W 2nd

    Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
    Teens 13 - 17
    Phone: 509.688.1112

  • VOA Young Adult Shelter | 3104 E. Augusta Ave


    Young Adults 18-24

  • Family Promise of Spokane | 2002 E Mission

    When families experiencing homelessness have no where else to go, they are welcome at Open Doors Emergency Family Shelter. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Open Doors provides shelter, case-management, food, laundry, showers and a way home for families experiencing homelessness.

    Looking for shelter?

    Call Open Doors directly at 509.723.4663 and see if there is space available.

Diversion & Coordinated Entry

  • SNAP | 212 S Wall St

    Homeless Singles Coordinated Assessment – a program of Spokane Neighborhood Action Programs (SNAP)

    SNAP Singles Coordinated Assessment
    212 S Wall Street
    Spokane, WA 99201
    Phone: 509.456.7627

  • Catholic Charities | 975 E North Foothills Drive, Bldg A

    Homeless Families Coordinated Assessment – a program of Catholic Charities

    Family Resource Center Building
    19 W Pacific
    Spokane, WA 99201
    509.325.5005 (answered 24/7)

  • Goodwill HEN | 130 E 3rd Ave

    Housing and Essential Needs Assistance


Drop-In Day Centers

  • Crosswalk for Teens | 525 W 2nd Ave

    Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
    Phone: 509.838.6596

  • Women's Hearth | 920 W 2nd Ave

    Drop in for food, shower, search for a job, and receive help breaking the cycle of poverty.

    Women's Hearth has increased hours of operation. We are now open Sunday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00p.m. for emergency services only.

    Phone: 509.455.4249

  • Cup of Cool Water | 1106 W 2nd Ave

    Cup of Cool Water is nonprofit organization in downtown Spokane that walks alongside youth who are homeless on their journey of reconciliation with themselves, God, and society.

    Age 24 and under

    Females: Mon/Wed, 10:00am-4:00pm
    Males: Tues/Thus, 10:00am-4:00pm

    Phone: 509.747.6686

  • House Of Charity | 32 W Pacific Ave


  • American Indian Community Center | 1025 W Indiana

    The American Indian Community Center (AICC) is a non-profit founded in 1967 as a social gathering place for American Indians and has since evolved into a multi-use service organization. Recently relocated to 1025 West Indiana Avenue, Spokane, WA.

    The American Indian Community Center strives on helping our clients with daily basic needs of food, shelter, and safety is a priority of our team. AICC has been a partner of Second Harvest food bank for over 40 years. We distribute from our AICC Food Bank: produce, bread, and a variety of pantry goods. We serve all the greater Spokane area at our Food Bank regardless if you’re a client of the Center or not. Our goal is to feed our families and neighbors. Due to COVID-19 our Food Bank operational days/hours have changed. Please call our Center or visit our website for a current schedule.


Free Meal Sites

  • Crosswalk for Teens | 107 S Madison

    Breakfast: Mon-Sun, 9:00-9:30am
    Lunch: Mon-Sun, 12:00-12:30pm
    Dinner: Mon-Sun, 6:00-6:30pm

    Phone: 509.838.6596

  • The City Gate | 170 S Madison

    Breakfast: Tues - Fri 9:00am
    Lunch: Tues - Fri 12:30pm


  • Shalom Ministries | 518 W 3rd

    Breakfast: Mon - Thurs, 7:30 - 8:30am
    Dinner: Mon / Tues 4:30 - 5:15

  • Cup of Cool Water | 1106 W 2nd Ave

    Breakfast: Mon - Fri, 10am

General Resources

  • 24 hour Regional Crisis Line


  • First Call for Help | 107 S Division

    Phone: 509-838-4428
    Domestic Violence

  • Street Medicine Team


  • Regional Shelter Schedule


  • Lutheran Community Services 24/7 crisis line


  • Spokane Transit Authority


  • Spokane Housing Authority | 25 W Nora Ave


  • Veteran’s Hotline