HEALTH TOPICS A-Z
Local Health Resources
2-1-1 (Washington Information Network) • website
Dial 2-1-1 or (877) 211-WASH (9274) | 24 hours seven days a week
Trained local specialists can help you find services including: assisted living, child care, children's services, counseling/support, drug treatment, education/literacy, financial help, food, housing, legal assistance, medical care, medical coupons, recreation, rent and utility assistance, senior services, teen services, temporary shelter, transportation and tutoring.
Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington (ALTCEW) – Resource Directory • website
Online directory allows users to find aging services throughout Eastern Washington.
Directory for Seniors • website
Information, programs, and services for seniors. Print versions published yearly and available free of charge.
Health for All • website
444-3066 | Helpline: 1-866-444-3066
Local resource for finding health insurance.
Healthcare.gov • website
Find both public and private health coverage options, as well as resources to help you access quality, affordable health care coverage - from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Department of Social & Health Services • website
(509) 227-2200 | TTY 483-5644 | toll-free: 1-877-210-5950
Access Spokane - Community Service Offices (CSO)
Basic food, medical assistance programs, child support services, drug & alcohol treatment, employment services, mental health programs, child care assistance, and more are available to those who qualify.
Spokane Mental Health • website
Main switchboard: 838-4651 | TTY: 624-0004
First Call for Help - Crisis Services: 838-4428
Elder Services: 458-7450
Mental health services for persons 18+ who suffer from serious and persistent mental illness: case management, individual and group therapy, specialist consultation, rehabilitation services, co-occurring disorders services and outreach services to the homeless mentally ill.