New Hope Resource Center in Colbert WA
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM, call for an evening appointment
North County Food Pantry in Elk WA
Monday: 10:00am - 2:00pm, Wednesday: 8:30am - 12:00pm

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New Hope Resource Center & North County Food Pantry

MEALS ON WHEELS GUIDE

Meals on Wheels is a nationwide program that provides older Americans nutritious meals and safety checks at little to no cost. The meals can be delivered to your home if you meet eligibility requirements, or you can go to a congregate nutrition site for socialization and food. If you struggle with isolation and meal prep, then Meals on Wheels could provide ease and companionship.

This information is provided for your use by www.RetireGuide.com

FOOD STAMPS FOR SENIORS GUIDE

Food stamps for Seniors is another great meal program that is available to low-income households to encourage healthy food choices.

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Partnerships  & Resources

Serving the elderly and those with disabilities to remain safely and independently in their own home as long as passible.  

Provides resources on job opportunities and help support for those looking for jobs.  Help to navigate the application and onboarding process. 

Provides free employment support  services, fast track to employment programs.  We have one on one support for resume, letters, job search and interviews. 

Provides clinically and culturally appropriate behavior healthcare and related services

Helps with computer or digital services, find affordable internet services, tech support for your devices, help finding a computer or device and build computer skills

Helps get food to people who need it most in our community

Career center for young adults--combining education, career skills training, community and employment resources.  On site GED classroom and testing center.  We provide paid work experience and access to training.

Recovery services and peer support; support groups, supportive housing and employment, peer counseling/coaching and resource referral and connection

Knowledge and resources of 19 communities to provide wrap around services to help achieve economic security--basic needs, health & wellness, housing and pre-employment services.

Helps those who sincerely want to exit homelessness and find permanent housing and employment

Weatherization and minor home repair services for low-income residents.  There are other programs available. 

Vision to restore the value of fatherhood so every child has a present, loving and nurturing father

Provide information on library events that may be of interest; services; databases and other resources

Financial and social needs assessment, interview about preferred housing situation, information about cooperative housing benefits & potential for follow-up on loan counseling

Specialize in providing care to youth and adults with housing-first solutions and low-barrier access to services

Provide information about our services: identification replacement, drivers license requirements, enhanced DL?ID cards and distribute driver's guides.

Promotes community health and wellness strategies that address preventing substance use and supportive community empowerment to strengthen families in West Spokane

 

Providing employment solutions to employers and job seekers in our area. 

Provides financial assistance to become active members as well as assistance in programs and childcare assistance


Provides high-quality medical, dental, pharmacy, and behavioral health services to families and individuals of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay

We welcome all in recovery, thinking about, or curious about recovery.  Recovery can mean many things.  Recovery from the experience of homelessness, substance use, or simply recovering from a night out in the weather, sleeping rough. Our Recovery Community is diverse, with many of us currently experiencing homelessness.  We are a safe space.  We are a compassionate space.  

Partners with people in Spokane County, and all over the world, to help them build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.

   Supported Education and Employment Enhancing Rehabilitation     

Spokane Community College

Helps people with low incomes get access to safe, healthy, affordable homes so that they live better, healthier and more satisfying lives.

Department of Revenue 

Working families tax credit is a refund from the sales tax paid yearly to individuals or families that are low income

Offers a fast and easy way for families and individuals to apply for a variety of services such as Food, Cash, Child Care, Long-Term Care and Medicare Savings Programs.  If you are 65+, blind or disabled you may also apply for medical assistance.

Retired and Senior Volunteer Programs opportunities for seniors to volunteer

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