Helping the Inland Northwest's Most Vulnerable Since 1896

A permanent place to call home

Hope Housing

Everyday, we walk alongside men and women struggling to overcome chronic homelessness. After all, providing shelter from the storms of life and a steady hand for the bumps in the road is what we do best.

Together we can build the potential to come home for good

Shelter is one of the most basic human needs—it’s hard to build any kind of independence without a good foundation. And we believe in the power of housing as the foundation for life.

That’s why our Hope Housing program offers more than 100 one-bedroom apartments (located at various sites throughout the Spokane community) for chronically-homeless adults with disabilities who have the greatest needs and face the most risk, including serious mental illness, addiction and/or poor physical health.

Tenants pay 30% of their income toward rent and utilities. The remainder is paid through grants and donations.

This permanent housing can be used as long as needed and comes with the help of a case manager who gives one-on-one support and encouragement tenants as they learn to manage their medical and mental-health care, finances, education, employment and other important components of a stable and independent life.

Hope Housing | Address: 525 W 2nd Ave, Lower Level, Spokane, WA 99201 | Hours: mon 12-4pm, tues-fri 8:30am-4pm
Phone: 509.328.4685
Fax: 509.326.5080
housing@voaspokane.org