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Our Services

The current schedule is:

  • Monday open 9am – 1:30pm
  • Tuesday open 9am – 3:30pm
  • Wednesday open 11am – 1:30pm
  • Thursday open 9am – 3:30pm
  • Friday open 9am – 1:30pm
  • Saturday open 10am – 2pm (March 4, 11, 18, 25)
  • Sunday we are closed.

Services continue to be limited and in accordance with recommended COVID-19 precautions.

Women’s Hearth is a drop-in day center in downtown Spokane–a safe space for women who have experienced poverty, trauma and/or homelessness to find a “hearth” of welcome, respect, and community. Women’s Hearth provides activities, classes, social service referrals and housing-search case management in a compassionate and supportive environment 5 days a week. Participants also have access to phones, computers, internet, healthy food, hygiene supplies, and showers.

The Hearth is a safe, welcoming community that promotes growth and well-being in body, mind, and spirit for women of diverse backgrounds. It fosters nurturing relationships, encourages self-determination, and advocates for change in systems that oppress women. During 2022, a total of 1,035 women accessed services at the Hearth and 17 of those women obtained housing.

Finding Community in Downtown

We provide free services that promote growth and healing including:

  • Access to basic needs such as showers, food, and hygiene products.

  • Over 60 groups and classes per month, including 12-step meetings, support groups, life skills classes, arts and crafts, music, spirituality, and self-expression.

  • Community meals, meetings, speakers and other events that foster a sense of community.

  • Access to resources and referrals for various social services, especially for housing and mental health concerns.

  • A technology center where women can access basic online services, search for housing, apply for jobs, research chronic medical issues, and reconnect with their support systems.

SNAP created a Homeless Resource Pocket Guide to alert those in need to service sites and further connection with additional resources. Please note, not every resource is listed.

Looking for a drop-in center somewhere else in the US? Read the recently completed Comprehensive Report of Drop-In Services available to women and youth in the US. Use it as a listing database and resource and for case managers, to refer clients to various services and centers across the country.

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