Domestic Violence (continued)
NW Women’s Law Center
907 Pine St. # 500 Seattle, WA 98104
206-621-7691, TTY 521-4317, Fax 682-9556
Sexual Assault & Family Tramua (SAFET) Response Center
210 W. Sprague Ave. Spokane, WA 99201
Office 747-8224, 24 hour Hotline 624-7273
Training, Therapy, support groups, sexual assault advocacy, outreach, medical advocacy, legal advocacy, interpreters provided, human trafficking, homeless & homeless prevention, DSHS advocacy, domestic violence advocacy, crisis hotline, crisis counseling, crime victim compensation assistance and other services.
Women Helping Women Fund
1315 N. Napa St.
Health Care For Homeless Veterans
705 W. Second
Health care for homeless veterans, access to surplus military clothing for homeless veterans, hours M - F 8am – noon and 1pm – 4:30pm.
Airmen & Family Readiness
92MSS/DPF 4 W. Castle St. Fairchild AFB WA, 99011
Provides information/ referral, life skills, employment assistance, duty separation support, relocation, emergency interest-free loans, and financial wellness for active duty, retired, Reserve/ Guard and DOD civilians and families, ID card required to enter the base.
Armed Forces Emergency Services – America Red Cross
315 W. Nora Spokane, WA 99205
Information/ Referral, reporting/communication and access to financial assistance for emergency travel/basic needs for active duty military members, veterans and their families, on call 24/7.
College/ Universities Veterans Outreach Centers
SCC Ana Roney 533-7027, SFCC Katie Reis 533-3504, Assists veterans with transition to civilian life and provides support once reintegrated into the academic community. For EWU and Gonzaga University see Spokane VA Medical Center.
Point Man Ministries International
6010 N. Assembly, Spokane, WA 99205
Contact Mike Zorn, Christian outreach for vets by vets.
Spokane VA Medical Center
4815 N. Assembly, Spokane, WA 99205, 434-7000
800-325-7940, Fax 434-7119,
Administers to OSA military veterans, social worker arranges services, and provides a mobile health clinic to outlying counties.
Spokane Valley Vet Center
100 N. Mullan Road, Ste 102
Point of contact is Mike Ogle or David Baird
• Readjustment Counseling Services
1. Difficulty in transitioning to from military to civilian
2. Sleep difficulties
3. No patience for "stupid people"
4. Anger issues
6. Post Traumatic Stress
• Family Counseling
• Marriage Counseling
• OIF Group that meets twice a month on Saturdays
Applying for compensation Disability:
Adrian Wall – (509) 924-1262
• You need to have a copy of your DD214
• Copy of Military Medical Records – if have them
• Copy of 201/ personnel File – if have them
• Call Service Officer Adrian at the Spokane Valley Vet Center or go to building 6A
• Process is suppose to take about 6 months for OIF/OEF Veterans