Rental & Housing Assistance

Resources listed below: 
People with a Criminal History
People with Disabilities
People with Low-Income
People with Mental Illness
Senior Citizens and Families
Rental Assistance
MISCELLANEOUS - case management, complaints, homelessness

Local Organizations
Additional Resources

People with a Criminal History
Phoenix House
703 E. Hartson
Spokane, WA  99202
(509) 232-7081
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Transitional housing managed by Pioneer for Spokane County, which has 40 units, secured access and 24/7 staff on duty.  Residents can stay up to 6 months and must be actively participating in mental health treatment by a Spokane County Regional Behavioral Health organization.  (A program of Pioneer Human services, providing individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives. Accept referrals from other agencies.)  

Pioneer Human Services
Hotel Carlyle
206 S. Post St.
Spokane, WA

Pioneer Pathway House
222 S. Howard St
Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 456-0481
PERMANENT HOUSING
Offers 39 units for independent living in permanent housing.  Residents also receive support services from an on-site case manager.  (Accept referrals from other agencies.)

People with Disabilities
Community Living Connections
(509) 960-7281
Information and referral for low-income housing for Seniors and people with disabilities.

Spokane Low-Income Housing Consortium
315 W. Mission Avenue, Suite 25B
Spokane, WA  99201
(509) 325-3235
http://www.onestophousing.org
Affordable homes are simply safe, quality places to live at lower rents and mortgage payments, for senior citizens with fixed incomes, persons with disabilities, and families with limited incomes.

People who are Homeless
SNAP Homeless Services
212 S. Wall
Spokane, WA
(509) 456-7627, Ext 3100
http://www.snapwa.org/~snapwa/services/housing/homeless-housingprograms
For those who are homeless, on the street, or living somewhere without utilities.  Singles and couples without minor children.  Walk-ins are welcome Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 1:00 pm.
Homeless Family Coordinated Assessment  (city of Spokane)
(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.
Please do not all the homeless shelters.  The Assessment team will assess your situation, and direct you to the agencies which serve your particular needs.
Felons:  They can provide a list of felon-friendly housing.  Every apartment complex has their own requirements and restrictions.
Spokane County Homeless Prevention (HPRP)
Short-term rent to currently-housed people who are about to be evicted. Eligibility criteria includes: residence in one of the County’s outlying areas (outside of the City limits), 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.

People with Low-Income

Catholic Housing Communities
12 E. 5th Avenue
Spokane, WA  99202
(509) 459-6183, ext. 6183
Email: chc@ccspokane.org
http://www.catholiccharitiesspokane.org
Catholic Charities Spokane sponsors service-enriched apartment homes for seniors, persons with disabilities and  families.  Our housing serves seven counties (Spokane, Stevens, Whitman, Asotin, Walla Walla, Franklin and Adams).  We have a wide array of income properties to fit any income level.
Many of our properties provide subsidy programs based on income. 

Many apartments include utilities or a utility allowance.  Additional amenities include laundry facilities, community rooms, computer labs, libraries, easy access to banks, supermarkets and shopping.  Spokane senior complexes have part-time visiting nurses as well as a 24-hour answering service available for all emergency calls.

Spokane Housing Authority (SHA)
55 W. Mission Avenue
Spokane, WA  99201
(509) 487-5244
(509) 328-2953  TTY 711
Wheelchair accessible
http://www.spokanehousing.org/
Based on income.  Low income and tax credit property. No assisted living services.  Access the link to the pre-application by visiting the SHA website. If you need assistance in applying online: Visit SHA during regular lobby hours (8:30 to 4:00 Tuesday, Thursday, and 1:00 to 4:00 on Wednesday).

Spokane Housing Ventures
2001 N. Division St, Ste 100
Spokane, WA  99207
(509) 232-0170
http://www.spokanehousingventures.org/j
Apply for affordable housing by filling out an online application. 

People with Mental Illness
Mallon Place
1724 W. Mallon Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 327-5945
Assisted living

Spokane Urban Ministries

Collaboration of 4 Lutheran Churches
(509) 328-6280
Affordable apartments for people who are mentally ill.

Senior Citizens and Families
Community Living Connections
(509) 960-7281
Information and referral for low-income housing for Seniors and people with disabilities. 

Elder Services
(Frontier Behavioral Health)
(509) 458-7450
Elderly ONLY.  We work to keep the elderly in their homes and prevent premature or unnecessary hospitalization or nursing home placement.

Senior & Family Housing
Goodale & Barbieri Company
818 W. Riverside Ave, Ste 300
Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 459-6102
Low-income and HUD-subsidized Rentals.  Call for eligibility requirements.

Spokane Low-Income Housing Consortium
315 W. Mission Avenue, Suite 25B
Spokane, WA  99201
(509) 325-3235
http://www.onestophousing.org
Affordable homes are simply safe, quality places to live at lower rents and mortgage payments, for senior citizens with fixed incomes, persons with disabilities, and families with limited incomes.

Rental Assistance
NOTE:  All below - ONLY if funds are currently available.

Cheney Outreach
626 3rd St.
Cheney, WA
(509) 235-8900
Must live in Cheney School District, except Airway Heights.

Emergency Financial Assistance
(Catholic Charities)
12 E. 5th Ave.
Spokane, WA
(509) 456-2253
Walk-in hours:  Monday-Thursday, 8-11:30 am, and 3-5 pm
Assistance with 3-10 day eviction notices, as funds are available. When funds are available, we may help with lights, heat, sewer, garbage; but, no phone accounts.  

Family Promise of Spokane
904 E. Hartson Ave.
Spokane, WA 99202
(509) 747-5487
Provide rental assistance to those who qualify. 

Salvation Army
204 E. Indiana
Spokane, WA
(509) 325-6821
Rental Assistance to families and individuals if FUNDS are available.

Spokane Center for Independent Living
612 N. Maple
Spokane, WA
(509) 326-6355, Ext. 109
Rental for HIV/AIDS Clients through Reach program

Spokane Valley Partners
11922 E. 1st Ave.
Spokane Valley, WA
(509) 927-1153
Valley ONLY

St. Vincent De Paul
(509) 327-1162
99205 ONLY
Must call between 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

MISCELLANEOUS
Case Management, Complaints, Homelessness
Community Frameworks
315 W Mission Ave #100
Spokane, WA
(509) 484-6733
http://www.communityframeworks.org/
Affordable rentals and home ownership opportunities.  We teach and counsel families on budgeting, credit, and home ownership topics.
Diversion
(a program of Catholic Charities)
19 W. Pacific
Spokane, WA
(509) 340-9329
M-Th 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Email:  diversion@ccspokane.org
http://ccspokane.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2wvbb5hf7cx
We help individuals and families stabilize their current housing situations.  You do not need a notice from your landlord to use our program.  We DO NOT have financial assistance for direct housing costs, such as rental arrears or security deposits.  We assist by providing case management services.  We work with you and your landlord to mitigate issues; help with housing search; job search assistance; budgeting; and connection to a variety of resources that might be able to help increase the stability of your household. 
Housing Search NW
A free resource to help you find a home in the state of Washington that fits your needs and budget. 
http://www.housingsearchNW.org 
Northwest Fair Housing Alliance
35 W Main Ave, #250
Spokane, WA 99201
Wheelchair accessible
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
(509) 325-2665
http://www.onestophousing.com/
Report a fair housing complaint.  Ask questions about landlord or tenant rights and responsibilities. 
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.
(updated April 2017)