Since 1979, the Emergency Sleeping Program has allowed men from all walks of life in the Spokane Area to take refuge in a bed rather than being out on the streets at night. Currently we are able to provide warm beds to 107 men, 365 nights a year.
Clients can sign-up daily to be placed on the standby list beginning at 7:30 AM. Clients can start checking in at 6:30 PM for their bed. Beds for those on the standby list are available at 8:00 PM.
One of the best medicines for people is the ability to rest in a safe and comfortable environment. Through our Transitional Respite Program, clients are able to recuperate after an inpatient hospital stay. We provide 23 beds to men at the House of Charity and 3 beds to women at the Hope House. Case management services are provided to all of our Respite clients.
Our RC Program is a client volunteer program that is aimed to help participants gain experience that they can utilize to find employment. All of our RCs have access to case management services to help them find a potential employer and to secure housing.