LOCATION: Spokane, WA

Spokane, WA

Serving the greater Spokane area

Contact Information

Address

210 W. Sprague Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201

Phone

509-747-8224

Email

Fax

509-747-0609

Map

Spokane

Hours

Mon: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tues: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wed: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thu: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Fri: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Director

Erin Williams

Sexual Assault 24-hour Crisis Line:

(Call or Text*)

509-624-7273

*Follow all safety and privacy guidelines when texting the hotline. Hotline texting is available during business hours only.

Access to an interpreter in your language is available, at no cost, to ensure the highest quality of service.

*No one will be denied services based in inability to pay and discounts are available based on family size and income.

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There are always a handful of roles that each of us is juggling. If you are a parent, a student, an employee, a caretaker, someone struggling with a mental health concern, or are just feeling overwhelmed with the responsibilities of day-to-day life, the idea of taking time for yourself may seem unimaginable. Sometimes it can be difficult to even take basic care of ourselves - but there are small things that can be done to make self-care and taking time for ourselves a little bit easier.

Using #Tools2Thrive in our everyday lives can help us practice self-compassion in practical ways to take care of our mental health and well-being: mhanational.org/may.

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There are always a handful of roles that each of us is juggling. If you are a parent, a student, an employee, a caretaker, someone struggling with a mental health concern, or are just feeling overwhelmed with the responsibilities of day-to-day life, the idea of taking time for yourself may seem unimaginable. Sometimes it can be difficult to even take basic care of ourselves - but there are small things that can be done to make self-care and taking time for ourselves a little bit easier.

Using #Tools2Thrive in our everyday lives can help us practice self-compassion in practical ways to take care of our mental health and well-being: mhanational.org/may.

#HealthJusticeHope
#Tools2Thrive  #MentalHealthMonth  #MHM2021

You are not alone - it takes a village. Our team helps support our foster families in many ways.

💚Thank a foster parent.
💙Help a foster parent.
💚Be a foster parent.

Learn more at www.LCSNW.org/Spokane
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You are not alone - it takes a village. Our team helps support our foster families in many ways.

💚Thank a foster parent.
💙Help a foster parent.
💚Be a foster parent.

Learn more at www.LCSNW.org/Spokane
#HealthJusticeHope
#yourhometheirhope #theirhope #fostercaremonth

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2020 Fall Fundraising Luncheon

Did you try tuning in to our virtual luncheon?
Our most critical fundraiser of the year!
Unfortunately, we experienced some technical difficulties which prevented us from sharing our 30-minute program with you as planned.
 
The financial support of donors like you helps save lives! Please DONATE and designate your gift for “Spokane Luncheon.”

Shop our Amazon Wish Lists

  • Home essentials & school supplies for foster children and refugees
  • New clothing & hygiene items for survivors leaving the hospital following a forensic exam
  • Therapeutic supplies for youth and trauma survivors
  • Supplies for our Courthouse Facility Dog, Walker

All items are shipped directly to our office.

Become a Crisis Response Advocate

Volunteers are vital to the success of our advocacy programs, and make it possible to staff our Sexual Assault Crisis line 24 hours/ seven days per week.

Free training provided with flexible shifts answering the crisis line.

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