House of Charity
(a program of Catholic Charities)
House of Charity services the poorest of Spokane’s poor—the homeless and transient of downtown—by providing shelter, case management and mental health counseling, medical care, transitional and permanent housing, and daily essentials such as food, access to toilet and shower, gear storage and other critical services.
They serve 15-20 women and 75-100 men per day.
The House of Charity serves men in any condition, including the intoxicated and actively substance abusing (as long as a basic level of respect is maintained), and offers its services free of charge based upon need, not creed or ability to contribute.
The services are the basic necessities for physical survival and include food, medical care, mental health counseling and case management, housing, shower and toilet facilities, laundry, clothing, personal effects storage, and sleeping room for 108.
108 adult males.
Building hours: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm
Medical clinic open Noon - 2:00 pm. Tuesday and Fridays.
Day shelter open 8:00 am - 3:30 pm Mon-Sat.
Coffee & Donuts: 7:30 am
Meals: 11:00 am, Monday-Saturday
Bishop’s Poor Man’s Meal, first week of October annually