Services available to support each person on their path in Recovery

Our programs

Recovery Community

A peer led day program to support our unhoused or recently housed community members in a safe, homelike space

  • We embrace harm reduction and support all paths to recovery
  • Enjoy a cup of coffee and snacks
  • Chat with peer counselors
  • Join a peer run group
  • Play guitar, ukulele or the keyboard (yep, we have one!)
  • Do some art
  • Weekly meditation group
  • Community celebrations
  • Open at 8:00 a.m. monday through friday

Outpatient Program

Licensed by Washington State Department of Health for Assessments, Substance Use Disorder Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Treatment

  • Meet with counselors that support your path to recovery
  • Individual counseling sessions
  • Peer Support
  • Family counseling sessions
  • Group therapy
  • We use the Seeking Safety treatment model  to help people attain safety from trauma and/or substance misuse
  • Supportive of Harm Reduction
  • Substance use disorder assessments offered on walk in basis – includes Navigation into care based on your recovery goals

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Recovery support provided by a Certified Peer Counselor

  • Zero barrier program
  • Medical staff that care
  • Education on medication options and how to use the medication
  • You get your prescription the same day as your appointment
  • Introduction to our on site Recovery Community and services
  • We can prescribe Suboxone and Vivitrol 
  • We welcome pregnant women

Employment and Housing Case Management

Foundational Community Supports

  • Meet with our friendly employment and housing case management specialists
  • Support in gaining documentation needed for housing and employment
  • Create employment and/or educational goals
  • Receive support in attaining your employment and housing goals
  • receive support once employed or housed
  • Staffed with certified peer counselors with lived experience
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Street Outreach

Peer led outreach in downtown Spokane and surrounding areas

  • Meeting people exactly where they are at
  • Distributing essential needs
  • Basic wound care
  • Making connections to build trust and hope
  • Supporting harm reduction and zero barrier entry to recovery
  • Navigation into other services if requested

Navigation into Services

Staffed with certified peer counselors and Community Health Workers

Navigation into services within the community, to holistically support each person, including:

  • Primary Medical Care
  • Emergency Medical Care (CHAS Medical Street Outreach)
  • Transportation to appointments as needed
  • Support navigating emergency mental health needs
  • Dental Care
  • Support in self-advocating

Work experience program

A community collaboration, creating opportunity to work in a group environment

  • Build self-esteem and belief in self
  • A variety of work experiences including grooming horses, caring for animals, and farm maintenance.
  • In collaboration with Cristy Pemberton of Full Circle Equine Rehabilitation
  • Sponsored by Smith-Barbieri Progressive Fund

Community Outreach and Education

Our team is happy to participate within our community to advocate and educate to decrease the stigma of addiction and homelessness.

  • We’re available to speak on the topics of:
  • Harm reduction
  • Zero barrier entry to recovery
  • The intersection of homelessness and recovery
  • Medication for Addiction Treatment (MAT)
  • Health Equity: Do the next right thing
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