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Below are 7 shelters for homeless in Spokane, WA County.

Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Spokane - Day Center
Spokane, WA - 99202
(509) 747-5487

Mission-One child -- one family at a time with our community of faith, we strive to make a difference in their lives through providing shelter, support and the means to sustain their independence.

Union Gospel Mission - Anna Ogden Hall (for Women & Children)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 535-8510

Recovery Program at Anna Ogden Hall:Our 5-phase recovery programs offer professional counseling, classes, Bible study, physical fitness activities, and opportunities for vocational and spiritual growth.

Volunteers Of America - Alexandriea's House (for Pregnant Teens & Babies) (for Ages 20 & Under)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 624-2378

Alexandria’s House is a transitional living facility for pregnant and parenting teenagers (ages 16-21) and their babies. The home, established in 1990, has six furnished bedrooms, three bathrooms as well as shared kitchen, living and laundry facilities. Alexandria’s House offers comprehensive case management and 24-hour staff supervision and is licensed by the state of Washington.

Volunteers Of America - Flaherty House (for Ages 18 To 21)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 489-4043

Flaherty House is a transitional living facility where young men ages 18 to 21 build self-sufficiency as they prepare to live on their own. The home, established in 2001, has three furnished bedrooms (two shared rooms and one single) and three bathrooms as well as shared kitchen, living and laundry facilities. Flaherty House offers comprehensive case management and 24-hour staff supervision.

Volunteers Of America - Astom-bleck Apartments (for Women Ages 18 To 21 & Children)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 535-8267

Aston-Bleck Apartments offer transitional housing for women ages 18-21. For women with children, there is a five-apartment complex located on the north side of Spokane where each resident shares a two-bedroom apartment with her child. Nonparenting young women may stay at one of four apartments scattered throughout Spokane.

Volunteers Of America - Appleway, Country Heights & Trent Terrace (for Chronically Mentally Ill)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 624-2378

Applewood, Country Heights and Trent Terrace apartments offer affordable housing to chronically mentally ill men and women. With 66 one- and two-bedroom apartments within the three facilities, these programs offer comprehensive case management and 24-hour staff supervision and are licensed by the state of Washington. The units are owned by Volunteers of America, Inc. and managed by Kiemle & Hagood.

Volunteers Of America - Hope House (permanent Affordable Housing) (for Women)
Spokane, WA - 99201
(509) 455-2886

Originally known as the Downtown Women's Shelter, Hope House was founded in response to the 1997 serial murders of women on the streets of Spokane to offer women protection from violence on the street. Operated by Volunteers of America since 2001, Hope House is dedicated to making a significant difference in the lives of homeless women.

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