This page is frequently updated to provide you with accurate resources and support for your health, safety, and well-being.
Please call or visit each agency's website to verify hours of operation and availability.
Community and partner resources will be published here when they are available for us to promote.
Known as the social services one-stop center, our partners at the Spokane Resource Center can connect you to additional support and resources that may help you build a strong future.
Individuals and families that may be low-income, justice-invovled, and homeless to name a few can gain access to life-changing services, support, and resources. All services are no-cost to the customer.
If you're experiencing an immediate emergency, please dial 911 for urgent assistance.
The following resources are available to help guide you through the current challenges you may be facing. If you need someone to talk to you, our staff are available to listen and will support you in finding the help you may need.
Washington Community Resource Database
2-1-1 connects callers, at no cost, to critical health and human services in their community.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
If you're in need of a safe place to stay or would like to find clothing that'll keep you comfortable through one of our area's four seasons, please find our list of resources below or connect with one of our staff for a referral.
Spectrum Center Spokane: Gender Affirming Products through G.A.P.P
G.A.P.P. is Spectrum's newest program - providing gender affirming products to individuals who cannot or cannot comfortably acquire what they need to support their gender expression. The program is entirely individually-centered, and no-barrier.
The Next Generation Zone is an employment and education center that believes in equity and inclusion. Here are additional resources and agencies that align with our vision to help young adults succeed.
ID verification is very important. You'll need a government-issued ID to take GED tests, enroll in college or additional training, and even two forms of ID before starting your first day of work.
Washington State Department of Licensing
At this office you'll be able to get your state-issued ID, instruction (learner's) driving permit, and your driver's license.
Sites, phone numbers, and hours varies by location. Click on the website above for more information.
Social Security Administration Office
It is important to have a social security card to prove your identity and to keep it safe from being lost or misplaced.
Address: 714 N Iron Bridge Way, Ste. 100, Spokane, WA 99202
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