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Homeless Veterans | Spokane, WA
Homeless Veterans
Local Organizations
Additional Resources

If you need assistance with finding shelter, and are located in City of Spokane, please call Spokane's Homeless Family Coordinated Assessment, before calling the homeless shelters.  The Assessment team will assess your situation, and direct you to the agencies which serve your particular needs.
Homeless Family Coordinated Assessment 
(a program of Catholic Charities)
Family Resource Center Bldg.
19 W. Pacific
(Myrtle Woldson Institute building)
Spokane, WA  99201
(509) 325-5005 (answered 24/7)
Walk-in Hours:  Monday - Thursday from 12:30 pm to 5 pm.

If you need assistance with finding shelter, and are located in Spokane County and outside of the City of Spokane,please contact:
Spokane County Community Services Housing, and Community Development Department
(an assessment for homelessness and housing)
(866) 904-9060
Learn if you are eligible for an application for County-administered programs, connect to  City administered programs, access publicly and privately funded emergency shelters info, and link to Washington Connections website to apply other governmental benefits.

Behavioral Health Center

Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center
(formerly Veterans Affairs Medical Center)

4815 N. Assembly Street

Spokane, WA  
(509) 434-7000

(outside Spokane)  (800)  325-7940

This facility, dedicated in August 2012, can help veterans with mental health, addiction and social-service needs.  It offers both group treatment and one-on-one counseling.  It provides a neuropsychology clinic for brain injuries, PTSD, or other cognitive deficits, as well as a nationally recognized program for homeless veterans.

Goodwill SSVF Program

(509) 444-4320

Spokane's Veterans Outreach Center
13109 Mirabeau Parkway
Spokane Valley, WA 99216
(509) 444-8387
They provide a Veterans Community Pantry, counseling for bereavement, substance abuse assessment and referral, employment assessment and referral, VBA benefits explanation and referral, screening and referral for medical issues, and more. 

The Eagle's Rest and Rest & Recoup House

525 W 2nd Ave.
Spokane, WA
(509) 624-2378

VA Customer Service (national)

VA Customer Service (local)



Veteran Suicide or Crisis Hotline

1-800-273-8255 (press 1)

(If you are a Veteran considering suicide, call this number and press 1 to speak to a VA Counselor)

Veterans Outreach Center

100 N Mullan Rd #102
Spokane Valley, WA
(509) 444-8387

Victory House

(509) 326-6606, or
Healthcare for Homeless Veterans:
(509) 462-2500
Provides transitional housing and case management services to homeless male veterans battling substance use disorders and/or mental health issues.  The facility has 35 beds for veterans who have an honorable or general discharge from the military.  (A program of Pioneer Human services, providing individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives.) 

Washington State Veterans Cemetery

21702 W. Espanola Road
Medical Lake, WA
(509) 299-6280

"Gardening projects change lives of troubled veterans," by Molly Redfield, Nourishing the Planet, October 11, 2012,