SNAP HOMELESS SERVICES PROGRAMS

Programs are located at the SNAP Downtown office.

Transitional Housing
Outreach services are available to homeless families residing outside the City of Spokane but still in Spokane County – Spokane Valley, Cheney, Mead, Medical Lake, Deer Park, etc. To access SNAP transitional housing, homeless families need to call or visit Catholic Charities in Spokane first at 325-5005 (19 W Pacific) for an assessment appointment to determine eligibility

Youth Transitional Housing

Rapid Re-Housing for Individuals (without children)

Singles Homeless Coordinated Assessment

Homeless Street Outreach

OTHER HELPFUL RESOURCES

Shelters

Phone Service

Free Laundry & Shower Facilities

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Low-Income Housing Resources

Homeless Resource Guide

This guide provides a comprehensive list of resources that exist to serve the homeless community within downtown Spokane. It includes Diversion & Coordinated Entry services (like SNAP) as well as emergency shelters, drop-in day centers, free meal sites, and general resources providing medical care, behavioral health, job training, and more.