ywca spokane Programs

At YWCA Spokane, we do everything with love, compassion, and understanding. Each person we serve is seen as whole, capable, resourceful, and an expert in their own life. We are here to provide resources, suggestions, skill-building, safety, and encouragement to support our clients and their families through 3 main prongs of services: Services for Domestic Violence Survivors and Their Children, the Women’s Opportunity Center, and through youth and children’s services including ECEAP (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program).


In addition to our safe shelter and hotline services for survivors of domestic violence, many of YWCA Spokane’s services are available to the community via phone, email, video, and through in-person services.  

During the phased reopening, we will continue to provide services in every way possible. In accordance with the Spokane Regional Health District’s guidelines, measures have been implemented for the safety of our staff and clients. To learn more about how to access critical services during the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit our regularly updated list of services available here. Thank you!

Service Updates During COVID-19


Safety Alert

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YWCA Spokane Resource Quick Guide – Print Ready

Services For Domestic Violence Survivors

YWCA At A Glance
Download the YWCA brochure of services and impact.

Women’s Opportunity Center

Children and Youth Services

We Are Here For You

If you aren’t sure where to begin with services, you are welcome to contact us through our confidential 24hr helpline services by calling us at 509-326-2255, emailing us at help@ywcaspokane.org, or by texting a message to us at 509-220-3725 to connect with one of our friendly staff member. We are happy to answer any of your questions and get you connected to a resource or service that is meaningful for you.

Learn more about YWCA services available during the COVID-19 pandemic here.