The Value of Community Resources

Leveraging community resources is an important part of providing peer support when assisting the families, youth, and children facing dealing with behavioral and mental health challenges.

Contact the Washington Recovery Help Line for 24-hour peer support for substance abuse, problem gambling, and mental health.

Contact the Washington State Healthcare Authority for information on publicly funded behavioral health services in northeast Washington.

Contact the Washington Regional 24/7 crisis line if you need services provided by a mental health professional for yourself, or someone whose health or safety is in danger because of a mental health or substance use condition.

Youth MOVE

Youth MOVE is a youth-driven, chapter-based organization dedicated to improving services and systems that support positive growth and development.

Youth 'N Action

Youth N’ Action provides a voice to at risk young people. It’s open to anyone from age 14-24 with involvement in public systems that serve youth and their family members.

Alexandria's House

Alexandria’s House is a loving home where women (ages 16-20) get the support and guidance they need to take the first steps to becoming powerful mothers.


Spokane’s shelter, school and multi-service center for homeless and high-risk youth.

Cup of Cool Water

Cup of Cool Water is a Christian ministry and nonprofit serving youth and young adults ages 14-24.

BreakThrough Inc.

Breakthrough provides individualized care for participants ages 7-21 with intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviors.

YFA Connections

YFA Connections provides education, prevention, intervention and addiction treatment services to youth, families and adults.

Passages Family Support

Passages provides outpatient mental health care and support services to individuals, youth, and children throughout Spokane County. 

Odyssey Youth Center

Odyssey Youth Movement promotes equity for LGBTQ+ youth in the Inland Northwest through youth-driven programs and community education.

Daybreak Youth Services

Daybreak Youth Services is a leader in teen substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health treatment.

Frontier Behavioral Health

Frontier Behavioral Health is a nonprofit Trauma-Informed Care organization that provides clinically and culturally appropriate behavioral healthcare and related services to individuals of all ages.

Family Service Spokane

Family Service Spokane is amental health care facility that serves the behavioral care needs of more than 2,000 individuals and families annually. 

Native Project

NATIVE Project is a substance abuse treatment provider located in Spokane. They also provided treatment for non substance related addiction disorder. They accept all age groups for both men and women.

Catholic Charities Counseling

Catholic Charities provides mental health treatment in Spokane through individual and group therapy, peer support, case management, family counseling, and community support.

Children's Home Society of Washington

Children’s Home Society of Washington helps create a solid foundation for today’s children that will lead to prosperity for all of us in the future. 

Community Colleges of Spokane – SEER Program

SEER provides support that helps individuals facing behavioral health challenges prepare for, gain access to, and sustain participation in postsecondary education and vocational opportunities. 

Institute for Family Development – Homebuilders

Homebuilders is an intensive family preservation services treatment program designed to avoid unnecessary placement of children and youth into foster care, group care, psychiatric hospitals, or juvenile facilities.

Lutheran Community Services Northwest

LCSN is a sexual assault and family trauma response center that offers prevention, education, and counseling services regardless of age, sex, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or income. 

System Navigation

Spokane County Juvenile Court and Detention Center

Spokane County Juvenile Court Services aims to serve the community by promoting public safety, accountability, and positive change for delinquent at-risk children and their families.

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