How does HEN help people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless?
Listen as Program Manager Jenn as well as case managers Christina and Kim chat about how the housing program works and how to qualify. Learn how they connect people in Spokane County with housing, everyday resources, community partners, and other Goodwill programs. Hear local success stories that will make you proud to live in the INW.
“It’s making a difference in that one person’s life that is in front of me. Because if we do one thing at a time, eventually, hopefully, it makes a huge difference in our community.”
Christina, Housing and Essential Needs case manager
What is the Housing and Essential Needs program?
The Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) program helps people in Spokane County who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless and who have a disability. If you’d like to read more about HEN and who qualifies for help, visit Goodwill’s Housing and Essential Needs page.
Resources and community partners:
- Foundational Community Supports (FCS)
- Find a job at Goodwill
- Consistent Care
- BoxDrop Mattress
- Our Place
- Oxford House
- Revive Center
- Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners (SNAP)
- Spokane Housing Authority
- Volunteers of America, Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho (VOA)