Foreclosure Prevention


"The most common reason people are facing foreclosure
is because of a major illness or death of a spouse."  (Monica Lloyd, SNAP's housing counseling program manager, "County teams up with SNAP to assist homeowners," The Spokesman-Review, April 26, 2013) 
Local Organizations
Additional Resources


SNAP Financial Access
456-7627, Ext 4100
Help people keep homes they own, when facing foreclosure.  No rental assistance or funding if they are facing eviction. 

City of Spokane.  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.

Spokane County. If you need assistance with finding shelter, and are located in Spokane County and outside of the City of Spokane, please contact: 
Spokane County Homeless Prevention (HPRP)
This program offers short-term rent to currently-housed people who are about to be evicted. Eligibility criteria include: residence in one of the County’s outlying areas, demonstration of 50% or less of the Area Median Income, lack of subsequent housing options, and a lack of financial resources and support networks needed to remain housed.
Go to http://www.spokanecountyhprp.com to complete an eligibility pre-screening for an application.  Learn whether 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.