How Do I Access Services?

How can I access the services provided by Transitions?  Do you have any openings?

For community housing availability, click on the
One Stop Housing link below:


For Transitions' program availability,
call the program contact numbers listed below:


EduCare - Childcare

Transitions' EduCare program provides low-cost childcare for children ages 1-12. 
For information about openings, application or wait list -
Contact EduCare at 325-8632.


Miryam's House

Miryam's House offers a supportive, nurturing environment for women recovering from crises related to homelessness, abuse, addiction and displacement.  Miryam's House has 9 individual rooms and an efficiency apartment. Miryam's House is currently accepting applications. If units are not available, eligible applicants will be placed on a waiting list.
Contact Miryam's House at 747-9222.

Transitional Living Center

Transitional Living Center (TLC) is dedicated to helping homeless women with children create stability in their lives.  TLC is a transitional housing program in which participating families may live for up to twenty-four months.  We have one, two and three bedroom apartments.  In order to qualify for services a family must be homeless according to HUD standards, meaning living on the streets, in a car, in a shelter, in other transitional housing, have a current eviction notice or fleeing domestic violence.  Each family must be motivated to create change in their life and willing to make a commitment toward addressing the issues that resulted in their homelessness.  TLC works with the family as a whole and provides a safe environment in which the family may heal, grow and stabilize.

Families interested in the Transitional Living Center must be screened through the Homeless Families Coordinated Assessment administered by the Salvation Army at (509)325-5005. 

Transitional Living Center - Spokane Families Futures Program

An innovative program created through collaboration with five agencies in the Spokane community, the Washington Families Fund (WFF) program is for families who are homeless and have children under 18. . TLC operates eight two-bedroom apartments. Families who successfully complete the program after a year receive a Section 8 Voucher.  TLC provides a Family Support Advocate to help the family move toward independence through case management and life skills training.  Eligible applicants can fill out an application to be placed on the waiting list.
For additional information -

Contact Transitional Living Center at 325-2959.

Women's Hearth - Day Center

The Women's Hearth is open to any adult woman. The hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  The Hearth is also open on Saturdays during the winter, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Please come to the center to access groups, classes, our technology center, a shower, hygiene supplies, help finding community resources, or just a cup of coffee and some good conversation.
For additional information -

Contact Women's Hearth at 455-4249.

Transitions provides equal housing opportunities to all, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, mental or physical abilities, familial status, or sexual preference. Transitions will make every reasonable attempt to remove barriers which inhibit access to or use of its housing facilities and programs as a result of the disability of an applicant or program participant.