Need some support for your kid or teenager right now? See what’s available from our list of community partners, resources, and other caring, helpful organizations below. Just One works with and trusts all of these organizations.

Community and School Resources

  • The Zone Project in the Neighborhoods of Northeast Spokane  – The Zone Project helps kids and families in Northeast Spokane stay strong and healthy and meet basic needs.
    Phone: (509) 487-1603
    Address: 4001 N. Cook St. Spokane WA  99207
  • The Every Student Counts Alliance – This group is a coalition of advocates, parents, and community members working to reform school discipline practices. Learn more about their advocacy on Facebook.
  • School’s Out Washington (SOWA) – SOWA provides programs for young people for afterschool, summer, and other out-of-school times.
    Phone: 1-888-419-9300
  • End the Violence – A group of Spokane community leaders came together with one mission in mind: Execute a local awareness campaign creating a Spokane culture of prevention and support for survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and stalking.
  • Nevada Heights Neighborhood Council – The Nevada Heights Neighborhood organization was established in the mid-1970s as a Community Development Steering Committee. In 1996, they became one of the first three neighborhoods to join Spokane’s Neighborhood Council program when the City Charter established the program. The council boundaries run from the Northside of Euclid Ave to Francis Ave between Division & Perry. The Neighborhood is about two miles long and one mile wide and includes 11,300 households with nearly 20,000 residents, plus about 650 businesses.
  • Jewels Helping Hands – Through kindness, compassion, and respect, they ensure individuals and families who are houseless and/or food insecure have their basic needs met- to survive, thrive, and connect to community resources. Jewels Helping Hands focuses on partnering with existing resources and services to ensure basic needs are addressed and facilitate connection to community resources. Through Jewels mobile bus and meal programs, they have served over 47,000 meals to families and individuals over the past year. Jewels supplements meals for nonprofits and shelters whose budgets are severely strained and serving food at key locations across the community each week to thousands of people.
  • Second Harvest Food Bank – Second Harvest brings community resources together to feed people in need through empowerment, education, and partnerships. They believe that everyone has the right to health, and nutritious food is a key ingredient in the recipe for a healthy life. They envision a world in which every person – regardless of age, race, ability, income, or status – has access to the food they need to live a life full of the activities and people they love. That’s why Second Harvest works hard to get food onto the tables of families, kids, and seniors facing hunger in our community.
  • World Relief – Our world is currently in the midst of the greatest refugee crisis in history. As of 2018, nearly 65.6 million people were forcibly displaced, with over a third—22.5 million—living outside of their countries as refugees. Desperate for protection and surrounded by unfamiliar, sometimes unwelcoming faces, refugees are truly some of the world’s most vulnerable people. Working in partnership with the local church, World Relief Spokane is committed to helping refugees and immigrants from all countries resettle and rebuild their lives.
  • Refugee Connections Spokane – Refugee Connections Spokane (RCS) is a non-profit organization that works to identify and address barriers to refugees and immigrants’ successful resettlement in the Spokane area. RCS also strives to increase awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of refugees, immigrants’ cultures and traditions, resettlement experiences, skills, abilities, and contributions. This means we work with refugee communities and other refugee service providers to develop projects, programs, and resources that benefit refugees and immigrants in the Spokane area.
  • Family Promise – Family Promise envisions a future where no child experiences homelessness in Spokane County. They are equipping families and communities to end the cycle of homelessness.
  • Northeast Community Center – The Northeast Community Center Association (NECCA) is a non-profit neighborhood organization that strives to improve the quality of life for residents of northeast Spokane, with emphasis on social, health, economic, education, and recreational needs.
  • School Family Resource Advocates for Spokane School District – Working to ensure each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. Oscar Harris (509) 354-7970Rochelle Miller (509) 354-7268

Mental Health, Substance Use, and Suicide Prevention

Courts and Legal

  • The Bail Project – Spokane – A nonprofit that helps people pay bail and connects people with legal and social resources. Contact them on their website for assistance.

Politics and Advocacy

Health and Beauty