Seasonal Needs

  • Where can I get a COVID 19 vaccine?

    To locate a vaccine clinic at a regional shelter call 509.720.1618.

    Spokane Regional Health District Syringe Services will offer vaccines to established clients. 1101 W College Ave 3-5pm, weekdays.

  • Where can I find a cooling shelter?

    Cooling centers will operate in the multi-purpose rooms at the Looff Carrousel and in five Spokane Public Library locations. The Looff will be open daily from 11 am to 8 pm until the forecasted high drops below 95 degrees.


Diversion & Coordinated Entry

  • 1) 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

  • 2) Catholic Charities | 19 W Pacific Ave

    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)

Emergency / Warming Centers

  • 3) House of Charity | 32 W Pacific Ave
    Phone: 509.624.7821

    Since 1979, the Men's Sleeping Program has allowed men from all walks of life in the Spokane Area to take refuge in a bed rather than being out on the streets at night.

    Signups until full
    Clients can start checking in at 7:00 pm but no later than 8:00 pm
    Wake up at 5:30 am

    Since 2017, the main floor of the House of Charity is open for overflow sleeping to women

    18 years of age and older. Sleeping mats are provided.
    Signups until full
    Clients can start checking in at 7:00 pm but no later than 8:00 pm
    Wake up by 5:30 am

  • 5) Crosswalk for Teens | 525 W 2nd

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

  • NP) 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

  • NP) 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: 509.535.8510

  • NP) 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.

  • NP) Hope House for Women | 312 W 8th

    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.

    Shelter Hours: sun-mon 8pm-8am
    Phone: 509.455.2886 or 509.455.3491

  • NP) Truth Ministries for Men | 1910 E Sprague


    24-Hour site

  • NP) YWCA Shelter for Domestic Violence


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


    24-Hour site

  • NP) Cannon Street Shelter | 527 S Cannon


    24-Hour site

  • NP) Jewels Helping Hands | 3816 N Madison


    24-Hour site

Drop-In Day Centers

  • 5) Crosswalk for Teens | 525 W 2nd Ave

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

  • 6) 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

  • 8) 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

  • 9) City Gate | 170 S Madison St


  • NP) 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

  • 5) Crosswalk for Teens | 525 W 2nd Ave

    Breakfast: Mon-Sun, 9:00am
    Lunch: Mon-Sun, 12:00-12:30pm
    Dinner: Mon-Sun, 4:00pm

    Phone: 509.838.6596

  • 9) City Gate | 170 S Madison St

    Breakfast: Tues-Fri, 10:00am
    Lunch: Tues-Fri: 12:00pm

    Phone: 509.455.9670

  • 10) Shalom Ministries | 518 W 3rd Ave

    Breakfast: Mon-Thurs, 7:30am
    Dinner: Mon & Tues, 4:30pm

  • NP) Jewels Helping Hands | 3816 N Madison

    Breakfast: Tues-Sun, 10:00am

    Jewels Location on Tues: 1509 W College (Our Place)

General Resources

  • 12) Frontier Behavioral Health | 107 S Division St

    We provide behavioral healthcare services which are fundamental to an integrated healthcare system and which positively impact the lives of those we serve and contribute to the health, safety, and quality of life in our communities.

    Call 509.838.4651 for clinical appointments and intake assessments. For Street Outreach use extension 095025.

    Call 1.877.266.1818 for 24/7 crisis response services

  • 13) CHAS Health Clinic | 1001 W 2nd Ave

    The CHAS Health Denny Murphy clinic opened in 1995 and serves the downtown Spokane community and surrounding area. Our facility offers a variety of services including access to primary care physicians and women’s health care. In addition, our staff is trained to for specialized care including diabetes management, HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C as well as behavioral health services and nutrition counseling.

    Phone: 509.444.8200

  • 14) Goodwill: HEN & SSVF | 130 E 3rd Ave

    Housing and Essential Needs (HEN)
    The Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) program provides housing assistance and essential housing needs to individuals who have been referred to the program by the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS). This program is available in Spokane County.

    Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
    Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) is a housing stability program for eligible veterans struggling to obtain and sustain permanent housing. Goodwill partners with Volunteers of America to provide these intensive services to veterans and their families in Spokane, Stevens, Pend Orielle, Kootenai, Ferry, Lincoln, Whitman, and Bonner counties. SSVF is able to assist over 400 veterans each year.

    Phone: 509.838.4246

  • 15) Providence HOC Outreach Clinic | 32 W Second

    The Medical Clinic was founded in 1976 as an outreach of Sacred Heart Medical Center and once found its home in small quarters at the HOC. In 2017, the clinic moved into a new facility just one block from the shelter. It offers longer hours and now has the capacity to care for more unserved patients than ever before.

    Open Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (closed 11:30 to 12:30 daily for lunch)

  • Needle Exchange | 1101 W College Ave

    Spokane Regional Health District Needle Exchange services provide one-for-one exchange of used syringes for new ones.

    Also provided to help lower the risk of HIV and hepatitis B and C transmission:
    alcohol pads
    other risk-reduction supplies

    Hours: M. - F., 3 - 5 p.m. (look for the blue awning)