SNAP has resources to help support our unhoused neighbors find permanent housing. Please read below to find SNAP and other community resources that may help!
Are you homeless and need immediate help to find food, shelter, or rest?
* Note: This resource guide is in the process of being updated, so some information may have changed over the course of the pandemic.
Do you live in Spokane County and are homeless or about to become homeless AND currently caring for dependents?
SNAP programs are designed to help singles or couples. If you have children or other dependents, Catholic Charities or Family Promise can help you! Click below to see if there is a program that is right for you.
Do you live in Spokane County and are homeless or about to become homeless and/or doubling up with other people AND do not have dependents?
SNAP Homeless Assistance can help single adults or couples find and maintain stable housing, avoid eviction by talking with your landlord, make referrals for all types of services, and help with transportation. Click below to learn more!