Financial Aid for Veterans Housing
through Spokane County Veterans Services
Free Handyman for Disabled VeteransMedical and Counseling
12213 E. Trent Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA 99206
Handyman will help disabled veterans with: Accessibility - installing
wheelchair ramps, grab bars, safety rails, shower extensions. Painting -
Home Remodeling for People with Disabilities: What You Need to Know
living with disabilities, or seniors aging in place, will find advice
and resources about how to make their homes more livable and enjoyable.
Homes for Homeless Veterans
Veteran's Housing | Volunteers of America
housing for homeless veterans. Who We Serve, thanking our vets. VOA's
transitional living program provides support.
Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center
(formerly Veterans Affairs Medical Center)
4815 N. Assembly Street
Spokane, WA 99205
(outside Spokane) (800) 325-7940
Behavioral Health Center
Veterans can find help 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.
Disabled American Veterans - Chapter 6
212 S. David St.
Spokane, WA 99212
drivers transport veterans to and from appointments at the
Mann-Grandstaff Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Spokane, and as far
away as Lewiston and Libby, Montana.
Veteran ServicesSupportive and Outreach
Services provides counseling and emergency financial aid to honorably
discharged indigent veterans and their families for rent, utilities,
food, gas, and limited prescription assistance.
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.
Goodwill SSVF Program (Supportive Services for Veterans Families)
A helping hand for Veterans through Goodwill of the Inland Northwest.
Spokane Vet Center
13109 E. Mirabeau Parkway
Spokane, WA 99216
(509) 444-8388 (Fax)
(877) 927-8387 (after hours, weekends and holidays)
We are the people in VA who welcome home war veterans with honor, by providing quality readjustment counseling in a caring manner. Vet Centers understand and appreciate Veterans' war experiences while assisting them and their family members toward a successful post-war adjustment in or near their community.
Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
720 W. Mallon Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201
Some of the Veteran monuments erected in the parking lot:
Illuminating Courage - 30' high sculpture in the form of a candle, but unfurling like a flag. Represents the service members' spirit and courage.
Chair of Honor - A memorial to prisoners of war, and those missing in action. The chair will always remain vacant.
Spokane's Veterans Outreach Center
13109 Mirabeau Parkway
Spokane Valley, WA 99216
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.
VA Customer Service (national)
VA Customer Service (local)
DAV Unit 9
Helping veterans and their families access benefits.
1102 W. College
Dr. Pollack, Director
Garage provides a "safe place" to help all veterans transition to
civilian life - whether on the job, in college or starting a business of
their own. In addition to learning meaningful skills, it creates a
positive environment. Programs offer assistance with technical skills,
business knowledge and interpersonal relationships. They provide a
creative outlet and genuine camaraderie.
Washington State Veterans Cemetery
21702 W. Espanola Road
Medical Lake, WA 99022
Office Hours: M-F, 8 am - 4:30 pm
CLOSED all State holidays
Visitation Hours: 8 am - dusk 7 days a week
Grounds are open.
Vets on the Farm
(509) 535-7274, ext. 213
Designed for Veterans seeking a new mission and a way to transition back into civilian life through career sin agriculture, farming, ranching or other conservation based industries. when you combine the skill set and work ethic or a military veteran with an industry like farming you have a recipe for success. It's a natural fit into providing national security to our food systems. We pair our vets with local producers, with someone we know who has a good solid handle on their industry. To apply, vets fill out an application online, and see what's available. We can take as many vets that want to participate. Not all will become farmers, but many will stay in some sort of agricultural career or conservation effort which supports our soil.