Re-Entry Housing Services & Support In Spokane, WA

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Reentry Services


Re-entering society is extremely stressful for returning citizens. Finding housing is among one of the many challenges that felons face when coming home. There are limited options when a person is not able to move in with family or does not have the financial means to afford a lease on a new place.  We recommend enrolling in a recovery-oriented transitional housing program with support staff to help you move forward.

We have compiled the following list of reentry housing options that can accept the Department of Corrections Voucher, as well as various vouchers offered within the community.  Additional supportive housing resources are listed below.




Revive Reentry Services
Lavonnie Mcmanus
Intake Line (509) 319-1068 

901 N Monroe St Ste 200

Spokane, WA 99201

Notes: Reentry recovery housing that accepts various housing vouchers and self-pay options.  DOC approved housing vendor.

Contact Chris Pilant, he is the admissions director.

ROAR Houses (Reaching Out Advocating Recovery)


1504 West Grace Spokane, WA

ROAR is a non-profit, faith-based housing option for those looking for a spiritual living environment.

Spokane Resource Center, A HUD Envision, AKA Envision Center

 130 S Arthur

Notes:  Various Housing Providers all located in one building.

HEN Program
(509) 462-0518

130 E 3rd Ave
Spokane, WA 99202

Call Goodwill, to make an appointment. Must have applied through DSHS and been approved first. 

DSHS Maple Office
(509) 363-5000

1608 W Boone Ave
Spokane,WA 99201

Apply for benefits and see what resources are currently available, as these grants are limited. 

DSHS Trent Office:
(509) 227-2770

8517 E Trent Ave
Spokane,WA 99212 Suite 101

Apply for benefits and see what resources are currently available, as these grants are limited. 

DSHS Home & Community Services:

1330 N Washington St
Spokane,WA 99201 Suite 3000

Apply for benefits and see what resources are currently available, as these grants are limited. 

Union Gospel Mission Ministries

1224 E Trent
Spokane,WA 99220

Volunteers of America

525 W 2nd Ave
Spokane WA 99201


930 N Monroe st
Spokane WA 99201

Catholic Housing Communities

12 E 5th Ave
Spokane WA 99202

Family Promise of Spokane

2002 E Mission St
Spokane WA 99202

Hope House

318 S Adam St
Spokane WA 99201

House of Charity

32 W Pacific Ave
Spokane WA 99204

UGM’s Crisis Center for Women

1515 E Illinois Ave
Spokane WA 99207

Spokane Regional Oxford Houses

Vacancies can be checked at:

Hillyard Oxford House

3008 E Euclid Ave
Spokane, WA99207

Oxford houses are an option for those looking to use a DOC voucher.
Ruth Park Oxford House
5917 N Washington St
Spokane, WA 99205
Shiloh Hills Oxford House
5917 N Washington St
Spokane, WA 99205
Cannon  Oxford House

3124 E Baldwin Ave
Spokane, WA99207

Upriver Oxford House
(509) 413-2396
1016 E Montgomery Ave
Spokane, WA

Peer Support

Having a hard time? We’ve been there! Our staff is constructed of formerly justice involved individuals who can relate and truly want to help. Come in today for a screening and match up with a peer who’s right for you!

Family Support

Incarceration affects our entire families. Revive Center for Returing Citizens provides coaching services for influencers of citizens returning from institutions. Call us today for more information!


Housing Resources

Finding the right housing can be a pain. Revive Center for Returning Citizens provides links to resources for whatever your housing needs are: from transitional housing, to transformational housing, to a network of housing providers for families.

Legal Aid

Our community partners offer legal aid clinics, help with Legal Financial Obligations, Re-Licensing Programs, Voter Restoration Services, Prisoners’ Rights, Housing Disputes, Debt Collectors Sales and Scams, and so much more!

Mental Health & Treatment Services

Revive Center for Returning Citizens values your health. We have contacts at many local mental health and treatment service providers that accept state insurance and work with Department of Corrections. 

Basic Needs Support

Our community resources can help you meet your basic needs! We know of a variety of programs that offer bus passes, clothing for jobs and interviews, resume building, hygiene products, and so much more!