Resources (additional)


Find out:  What services and benefits are available to you and your family.


Local Organizations
Additional Resources

    •    2-1-1 

         http://www.win211.org



    •    Community Resource Directory
         
http://www.SpokaneCares.org



    •    Washington Connection
State, Federal and Tribal resources.
You may qualify for assistance with food, medical, cash, employment, education, housing or utilities.   http://www.washingtonconnection.org  

  


AARP
1-866-227-7457  (toll-free)

Adult Family Home Association of WSRCC
http://www.spokanewsrcc.org

Adult Family Homes United

(509) 216-4843

Adult Protective Services

(509) 323-9400

Aging and Long-Term Care of Eastern Washington
(509) 458-2509

City of Spokane Human Services

(509) 625-6130

CLOTHING - for children, teens, men, women
http://spokanecares.org/family-clothing-donate-spokane.php

DSHS Home and Community Services

        Food, Cash, Medical assistance

         Call Center:  1-877-501-2233

         http://www.dshs.wa.gov

Dept. of Social and Health Services
(509) 323-9400
(509) 227-2200 - DSHS North office
(509) 227-2500   DSHS Central office, 1313 N. Maple Street
(509) 227-2400   DSHS Southwest office
(509) 227-2700   DSHS Valley office, 8517 E. Trent Avenue, Ste 202


EBT Card (replacement)
1-888-328-9271



Elder Services
(509) 458-7450

Family Caregivers Support Program
(509) 458-7450

First Call for Help

24-hour crisis line
Frontier Behavioral Health

(509) 838-4428


Frontier Behavioral Health
(509) 838-4651

Home Care Services
Horizon Hospice
(509) 489-4581

Hospice of Spokane
(509) 456-0438

Volunteer Chore Services
(509) 328-8400

Meals on Wheels (city)
(509) 456-6597

Meals on Wheels (valley)
(509) 924-6976

Mobile Medical Diagnoses
(509) 747-1187
Social Security websites:
Social Security  
http://socialsecurity.gov   

Social Security, and Supplemental Social Security Income

1-800-772-1213

Congressional Budget Office 
http://CBO.gov  

National Academy of Social Insurance    
http://NASI.org  

National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare 
http://NCPSSM.org
TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)
Federal program (formerly Welfare) provides cash assistance.
Designed to help needy families achieve self-sufficiency.  
80,000 people in Washington receive TANF, including 55,000 children (2015)  
(202) 401-9275 (Help for Families)

http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/programs/tanf




Transportation
American Medical Response
(509) 328-6162

Care Cars for Elderly
(509) 458-7450

STA bus pass / Schedules / Information
(509) 328-7433

STA Special Transportation (SASTA)
(509) 328-1552 (scheduling)
(509) 328-3678 (dispatch)

Taxi Services (groceries, prescriptions, small freight)
(509) 624-4321
Washington Parent Help 123 

1-800-322-2588

info@withinreachwa.org

http://www.parenthelp123.org/resources