Transitions annually serves more than 1,400 Spokane women and children in crisis.
Women's Hearth (estab. 1991), a day center in downtown Spokane, is a safe, welcoming community that promotes growth and well-being in body, mind and spirit for women challenged with homelessness, mental illness, poverty, addiction, and fleeing abuse. The Hearth fosters nurturing relationships, encourages self-determination, and advocates for change in systems which oppress women.
Miryam's House (estab. 1986) provides up to 12 months of transitional living in a nurturing homelike environment for single women recovering from crises such as abuse, domestic violence, addiction and the results of poverty. Through fostering community and relationships while teaching life-skills, women are assisted in moving toward greater self-reliance and self-sufficiency.
Transitional Living Center (TLC) (estab. 1993) provides up to 24 months of transitional housing and supportive services for homeless women with children. TLC promotes the growth and development of those it serves by helping them break the cycle of poverty and homelessness in their lives. TLC also operates an onsite licensed childcare program, EduCare, to provide stability, nourishing meals, nurturing and developmental opportunities for TLC's children and supportive services that benefit their moms.
New Leaf Bakery Café (estab. 2008) works to improve employment opportunities for low-income women through food service job training and employment readiness skills. Women have access to one on one services from our vocational specialist, a six-month curriculum in a fast paced commercial kitchen, and a six-week barista training at our kiosk location.