~ YWCA Services During COVID-19 ~

Many of YWCA Spokane’s services will remain available to the community via phone, email, and video, in addition to our safe shelter and hotline services for survivors of domestic violence.

While our on-site office location is closed during this pandemic, we will continue to provide services in every other way possible. 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

Mental Health Therapy Services

This program provides survivors of domestic violence and their children access to trauma-informed, holistic, mental health therapy services including evidence-based behavior therapy, mindfulness, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprogramming) for post-traumatic stress. All services are completely confidential.

Adult Mental Health Services

Adult therapy services are available to survivors of domestic violence who are 18 years of age or older.  We offer individual out-patient therapy sessions, by appointment, at our office located at 930 N Monroe St, Spokane, WA 99201.

Child and Youth Mental Health Services

Trauma-informed mental health services are available for children and youth, up to 18 years old, who have directly or indirectly experienced domestic violence. We offer trauma-informed play and sand therapy as well as EMDR.


Insurance is accepted for therapeutic services. Services can be made available at no cost to the survivor, if insurance is not an option. If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to call to find out more. We are happy to walk you through it.

Contact Us

To find out more about mental health therapy services at YWCA Spokane or to schedule an intake please call 509-789-9297 or email therapy@ywcaspokane.org.

Additional Mental Health Services

During the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing is required to keep ourselves and our communities safe. It may also create or exacerbate challenges mentally and emotionally. Many of us are following recommendations for social isolation and self-quarantine in order to prevent the spread of COVID 19. While this is a great choice for our communities at large, we might find it challenging to navigate a world with less human contact.

Take a look at the below compiled listed of resources you or someone you know can access during this isolating time.

Mental Health Services During COVID-19