Catholic Charities of Spokane

Catholic Charities affirms the dignity of every person, partnering with parishes and the greater community to serve and advocate for those who are vulnerable, bringing stability and hope to people throughout Eastern Washington.

Current Partnership Projects

Gonzaga Family Haven

Gonzaga Family Haven opened its doors to families experiencing homelessness in the Fall of 2021. This housing property is made possible through a collaboration with Gonzaga University and Gonzaga Preparatory School. This affordable housing property is the forever home for 73 families.

The Gonzaga Family Haven affordable housing community is embedded with wraparound support services for families to stabilize their lives through on-site case management, community events, and skill-building opportunities. Partners at Gonzaga University Gonzaga Prep, and St. Aloysius Parish, work with the community through student volunteering that will help enrich the lives of this future community in unique ways.

The location of Gonzaga Family Haven complements the investments made by GU and our goal to build assets into the Logan neighborhood. The Haven is a new neighbor to Gonzaga University and Gonzaga Preparatory School and its amenities are designed to support resident families and exalt this underserved community.


CAPA/PREPARES (Childbirth and Parenting Assistance) provides an environment for parents to build loving bonds with their kids to prepare them for a healthy future. CAPA/PREPARES offers stabilizing and advocacy services to expecting and parenting individuals and families with children ages 5 and under.

House of Charity

House of Charity serves the most vulnerable members of the Spokane community, those who are on the streets running from mental illness and childhood trauma. The House of Charity welcomes members regardless of condition and gives them clean beds where they can lie down and a filling meal to restore them.

St. Margaret's Shelter

St. Margaret’s Shelter provides emergency and transitional shelter to promote positive life changes in a supportive, short-term environment. St. Margaret’s Shelter offers social services that include individualized case management to regain and stabilize housing for families experiencing homelessness.

O'Malley Senior Apartments 

The 99 units complex is located in the Gonzaga neighborhood and within walking distance to transit, banks, shops, and restaurants.  Utilities included in the rent. Housing for persons 62+ and/or Disabled Unit Types: 1 Bedroom Income Limits Apply HUD Subsidized Property. Rent is 30% of Adjusted Income."


Contact Catholic Charities of Eastern Washington

Phone: (509) 358-4250

Address: 12 E 5th Ave, Spokane, WA 99202