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HEALTH CARE RESOURCE INFORMATION

Community Health Association of Spokane

509-835-1205

CHAS Clinics provide both medical and dental care.

Christ Clinic

509-325-0393

A clinic of medical professionals who help rehabilitate people, restore function and encourage self sufficiency

Health for All

509-444-3066

 

NATIVE Health Clinic

483-7535

Medical care

Spokane Falls Clinic

326-4343

Medical care

BASIC NEEDS REERRAL INFORMATION -

Alexandria's House

509-489-0349

Operates as a transitional housing program for pregnant and parenting adolescent women.  The home is structured and may provide a maximum of 18 months of housing - or until the mother's 20th birthday.  There is 24 hours supervision. Participants must enroll in a protective payee program.

Crosswalk Teen Shelter

509-838-6596

Emergency shelter that serves adolescents.  See Volunteer's of America's Website for details.  www.voaspokane.org

Hope Chest Ministries

509-951-4299

Christian based program that has emergency shelter, food, and clothing.  May provide referrals to attorneys and housing.  Service is free.

Spokane Neighborhood Action Program (SNAP)

509-456-7111

Energy assistance, rental housing, mortgage assistance,  home repairs, conservation education, weatherization and a long-term care ombudsman.  Zip codes are handled by independent offices and the main phone number can direct you to the appropriate location.

Spokane Public Schools Homeless Education and Resource Team (HEART)

509-354-3000

Supports the educational needs of homeless adolescents. Services include: transportation to school, free breakfast, free lunch, school supplies, shoes, clothing vouchers and referrals to services.  This service is free.
Union Gospel Mission Crisis Shelter for Women and Children 509-535-0486 Short term crisis shelter for women and children.  Provides emergency clothing, meals, transportation to the Mission for dinner and other resources.  One of the few options that accepts adolescent males.
Volunteers of America Independent Living Program 509-688-1115 For children between the ages of 15-21 who are in the foster care system and will likely remain there until they are 18.  Mentors help prepare these young adults for independence, including:  counseling, referrals, assessments, budgeting, financial management, decision making skills, daily living skills and job placement and retention.

MENTAL HEALTH/ADDICTION REFERRAL INFORMATION

Breakthrough for Families 509-456-6556 Intensive family preservation service to reunify and reconnect high-risk youth and their families.

Community Detox

838-2771

Detoxification and referral for adolescents to age 20

Daybreak of Spokane

509 - 444-7033

Inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment for adolescents

Excelsior Youth Center

3754 W Indian Trail Road

509-328-7041

Inpatient addiction treatment for adolescents

Family Service Spokane

509-838-4128

Counseling and evaluations for mental health issues. Accepts most insurance and medical coupons.  Sliding fee scale available
Lutheran Community Services 509-747-8224 Provides assistance in the areas of: sexual violence, families of homicide victims, physical assault/abuse and abuse/neglect of children.  Also provides advocates to represent victims of violent crimes in the hospital setting as well as legal advocacy in investigative and court proceedings.
The NATIVE Project Chemical dependency and mental health services for adolescents.  Private insurance, medical coupons and sliding fee scale.

Odyssey Youth Center

509-325-3637

LGBTQ Center

509-489-1914

Serves lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 14-17.  Drop in center, resource and referral

Frontier Behavioral  Health

509-458-7458

Serves individuals, families and adolescents with medical coupons. Provides services to anyone in crisis regardless of ability to pay

Tamarack Center

509-326-8100

Long term, intensive residential, outpatient and psychiatric services for emotionally disturbed children ages 12-18.  Available to families who have exhausted all other community resource.  The goal is reintegration into the community.  Accepts private insurance.

Teen Link

1-866-833-6546

1-866-TEENLINK

Teen answered help line between 6 and 10pm. During other hours the calls will be answered by Recovery Help Line staff.  This help line focuses on issues of mental health, substance abuse and problem gambling.

Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations

5600 E 8th Avenue

509-533-6910

Inpatient addiction treatment for adolescents

EDUCATIONAL REFERRAL INFORMATION

Contract Based Education 509-927-1100 Alternative High School that serves students under age 21. Students attend school from 2-4 hours per week with a teacher and turn in assignments.  No cost
Career Path Services Provides raining and basic education for youth regarding entering the work force.  Offers help to attain GED, high school re-entry, paid work experience, skills training and on-the-job training..

Community School

509-354-6409

 

Job Corps

509-534-2269

Residential education and career training center for unemployed and under-educated youth ages 16-24. Basic education classes, career classes, social and recreational programs, dental, medical and eye care, counseling and leadership activities.

Planning Action for Youth Success (PAYS)

509-462-0519

Available for 17-21 year old and offers help with employment and remedial education.  Goal setting, work readiness, skill training, job shadowing and paid work experience.

FOOD BANKS

Airway Heights Baptist Church 509-244-2474 12322 Sunset Highway.  1st and 3rd Saturday of the month 10am-2pm.  Zip codes served: 99011,99013,99029,99224

All Saints Food Pantry

509-838-4409

314 S Spruce   Mon-Fri 10am-2pm  Call ahead

American Indian Center

509-535-0886

801 E 2nd Avenue.  M/W/Th/F 9:30am-noon and 1pm-4:30pm.  Tues 1:30-pm-4:30pm  Zip code served:  99202

Better Living Center

509-325-1258

25 E North Foothills Drive. T/W/Th 9am-noon and 1pm-2pm. Zip codes served:  99205,99207

Caritas Food Bank

509-326-2249

2919 N Monroe  M/W/Th 10am-1pm by appointment.  ZIp codes served:  99205,99208,99026,99218

Cheney Food Bank

509-235-2325

100 Anderson Road. Wed 9am-12:30pm.  Zip Codes Served:  99004,99020,99224

The City Gate

509-455-9670

170 S Madison. Tues-Fri 10am-noon by appointment.  Zip codes served: 99201,99204,99224

Greenhouse Food Bank

509-276-8224

W 12 1st Deer Park.  Mon-fri 9am-4pm.  Zip Codes Served:  99006,99110

Mead Food Bank

509-466-7068

12611 N Wilson.  Wed 4pm-6:45pm. Zip Codes Served: 99005,99021,99218,99208

Medical Lake Food Bank

509-299-3819

211 N LeFevre Medical Lake.  Fri 10am-noon. Zip Codes Served" 99008,99022,99224

North Country Food Bank

509-292-2530

40015A N Collins Road Chattaroy.  Fri 10am-noon.  Zip Codes Served:  99003,99009

Northeast Pantry

509-487-1114

4001 S Cook.  M/W/Th/F 1pm-3pm by appointment.  Zip Codes Served: 99207,99217
Otis Orchards Food Bank 509-926-6196 4308 N Harvard.  2nd and 4th Tues of the month.  12pm-2pm.  Zip Codes Served:  99019,99025,99027
Salvation Army Food Bank 509-325-6821 204 E Indiana.  M/T/Th/F 8:30am-5pm by appointment. Wed 1pm-6:30pm walk-in.  All zip codes served

Southside Food Bank

509-535-2301

2934 E 29th.  Sat 10:30-noon.  Zip codes served:  99203,99223,99224

Spangle Food Bank

509-245-3362

Spangle Community Church.  4th Wed of month 2pm-3pm.  Zip Codes Served:  99031.99170
Westminster Presbyterian Food 509-328-5002 2705 W Boone.  Wed and Fri 11am-1:45pm. Zip Codes Served 99201 (north of river) 99205

 

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