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1002 N. Superior St
Washington 99202

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The Women’s Hearth is a day center in Spokane, Washington that serves 100--150 homeless and low income women per day. At the heart of the services is a safe welcoming community.  Multiple services are offered in this hospitable environment:
 showers, food, clothing, 1-1 individual attention, and access to resources and referrals;
12 step groups, life skills classes, and art activities .
Renter Responsibility classes
Legal Preparedness project ;
three transitional apartments off site where women receive ongoing case management
A job training program in the food service industry  

Transitions sponsors and initiates programs which in faithfulness to the mission of Jesus foster the personal growth and wholeness of women and children in need.
Transitional Programs for Women pursues this mission through the operation of EduCare, Miryam''s House, the Women''s Hearth, and Transitional Living Center.
Our values state:
Respect for Human Dignity
      We believe in the dignity and inherent worth of individuals and respect their right to self determination.
      We believe that the fullness of each person is realized in relationship with others.
      We believe each individual is a work in progress on a journey toward the integration of mind, body, and spirit, with the hope of emotional, physical and spritual peace.
      We believe in advocating for what is right, honest and moral both for whom we serve and with whom we serve.

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I have been involved with the Women's Drop in Center, now the Women's Hearth 15+ years in a variety of capacities including, client, volunteer and fundraiser. When I first arrived, the place had a warmth & glow about it, noticeable the moment I walked in. Staff, volunteers & clients alike, ... more »
I visited the Women's Hearth and saw how well it was used and respected by those that used it. It gave the womeon a place to make contact using the phone and computer. It provides a safe haven and fellowship... more »
I walked into the Hearth thinking that I would pass my wisdom on to the women who used the facility. I had just graduated from Gonzaga and was eager to share my knowledge of the world with these low-income, often mentally ill women who were facing many obstacles during this period of their life. ... more »
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