Naomi strives to inspire transformation in the lives of single mothers experiencing homelessness by providing:
a safe home environment, authentic relationships & life skill development.
Grace Son Housing Foundation
A home for pregnant and parenting teen moms ages 13-18.
Housing for teen moms and their children that extends God’s love and reframes their vision of home.
Life Services of Spokane
2659 N Ash St, Spokane, WA 99205
My Choice Spokane
Address: 2659 N Ash St, Spokane, WA 99205
St. Margaret’s Shelter
St. Margaret’s Shelter provides emergency and transitional shelter to promote positive life changes in a supportive, short-term environment. St. Margaret’s Shelter offers social services that include individualized case management to regain and stabilize housing for families experiencing homelessness.
Alexandria's House is a loving home where young women (ages 16-20) get the support and guidance they need to take the first steps to becoming powerful mothers who lead thriving families. With the help of our compassionate live-in staff, young mothers learn to create a warm and loving home atmosphere and provide proper care for their babies.
Alexandria’s House can welcome up to six mothers and their babies at a time. Infants get a healthy start with prenatal and well-baby care. Moms get vital parenting training, gather essential skills for living successfully on their own and are empowered to continue their progress in treatment, education and employment.
Crosswalk Teen Shelter
525 W. Second Ave. – 99201
Union Gospel Mission Crisis Shelter for Women Children
1515 E Illinois Ave
Spokane, WA 99207
Anna Ogden Hall
2828 W Mallon Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
Women's Recovery at Anna Ogden Hall is a warm, welcoming, home-like shelter offering a safe environment that promotes dignity and personal growth. Its long-term, 18-month recovery program for women and their children takes a whole-person approach to breaking the cycle of homelessness, abuse and addiction.
Family Promise of Spokane
904 E Hartson Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
Family Promise of Idaho
Homeless parents with dependent children represent the height of vulnerability. Not only do these unfortunate caregivers have to meet the needs of their children, they also need to find the time and resources to get back on their feet. That is why we offer our program of supplemental assistance leveraged from our network of interfaith congregations. This safety net of food, shelter and support services allows our guests to put their energy into finding work and securing affordable housing. But most importantly, it provides the safety and security they need for their families while they deal with these temporary difficulties.
UGM Center for Women & Children
196 W Haycraft Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
N.E.W. Family Life Services Maternity Home
509 N. Main St. — 99114