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Catholic Charities Main Office Building (509) 358-4250 | 12 E. 5th Avenue Spokane WA

Catholic Charities program descriptions and contact information

CAPA/PREPARES  (509) 455-4986 | 25 W 5th Ave Spokane WA 99202

Expecting and parenting individuals and families with children age 5 and under can access counseling, support groups for mothers and fathers and classes to help parents’ bond with their children.

Catholic Charities Walla Walla  (509) 525-0572 | 408 W. Poplar St., Walla Walla WA 99362

Residents in the southern counties of Eastern Washington can access crisis response, stabilization and advocacy services through this Catholic Charities regional office.

Catholic Housing Communities  (509) 358-4250 | 12 E. 5th Ave., Spokane WA 99202

Affordable housing, including case management and social programming, is available to low-income seniors, veterans, people living with disabilities, and chronically homeless individuals and families.

Colville Senior Services  (509) 684-5671  | 525 S. Main St #1 Colville WA 99114

Seniors and adults living with disabilities can access services that allow them to live with independence and dignity.

Community Behavioral Health Services (509) 242-2308  | 1960 N. Holy Names Court L3, Spokane WA 99224

Adults, teens and children can access individual and group therapy, peer support and case management to provide support, reduce suffering and build resiliency.

Christmas Bureau (509) 505-4444 | P.O. Box 2253 Spokane WA 99210

The Christmas Bureau is an annual holiday assistance program coordinated by Catholic Charities Eastern Washington, Volunteers of America, and the Spokesman-Review.  

Emergency Assistance (509) 456-2253 | 12 E. 5th Avenue, Spokane WA 99202

All residents of communities throughout Eastern Washington can access assistance with basic needs, from groceries and gas to utilities and rent through a network of parish and community partners.

Food For All  (509) 459-6163 | 925 N. A Street, Apt 2 Spokane WA 99202

Low-income and elderly residents can access healthy, locally grown food through farmers markets and community partners.

Homeless Family Coordinated Assessment  (509) 325-5005 | 975 E. North Foothills Spokane WA 99207

HFCA provides families with a one-stop shop where they can access homeless housing services throughout Spokane County. 

Rapid Rehousing (509) 340-9329 | 975 E. North Foothills Spokane WA 99207

Through Rapid Rehousing, households can access short-term financial support and case management services that help them get into private apartments and public housing.

House of Charity (509) 624-7821 | 32 W Pacific Ave Spokane WA 99201

Men and women in any condition who are experiencing homelessness can access meals, case management and shelter.

Immigration Legal Services (509) 455-4961 | 12 E. 5th Ave Spokane WA 99202

Documented and undocumented immigrants of all nationalities, ethnicities and religions can access affordable immigration consultations, representation and assistance.

Parish Social Ministry (509) 358-4273 | 12 E. 5th Ave Spokane WA 99202

Parishes, schools and organizations for Catholic Social Teaching can access information related to outreach and advocacy, solidarity, justice and service.

Rising Strong (509) 960-8632 

Families can stay together in a holistic, family-centered drug treatment and housing program while they begin to recover from addiction, heal from trauma and rebuild their lives.

Senior Services (509) 459-6184 | 1960 N. Holy Names Court, Spokane WA 99224

Seniors and adults living with disabilities can access services that allow them to live with independence and dignity.

St. Margaret's Shelter  (509) 624-9788 | P.O. Box 2253 Spokane WA 99210

Families experiencing homelessness can enter this emergency and transitional shelter and access case management to regain and stabilize housing.

St. Anne's Children & Family Center (509) 232-1111 | 25. W 5th Ave, Spokane WA

This Washington State Early Achievers program provides high-quality early learning opportunities and experiences for children from infancy through age 12.

The following links will connect you to agencies

that provide direct customer service:

Get Connected. Get Answers.

2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember phone number for people to call for health and human service information and referrals and other assistance to meet their needs.

Statewide Database

  • Washington 211 maintains a statewide database of community resources. Looking for help?


Regional Call Centers

  • Washington 211 is a network of 7 regional call centers. Call 2-1-1 and get connected to a specialist in your area.


  • 2-1-1 partners with services statewide to meet community needs and get help into people’s hands.

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Download Spokane Homeless

Resource Guide here.

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