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Community Resources

Contacts 

 Infant Toddler Network -  509-324-1651

 Children Protective Services - 509-363-3333

 Therapeutic Recreation Services - 509-625-6245

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Other Resources

Apple Health(Medicaid):  The six health plans

  • Amerigroup Washington
  • Columbia United Providers
  • Community Health Plan of Washington
  • Coordinated Care Corporation
  • Molina Healthcare of Washington
  • United Health Care Community Plan

You can choose any one of these plans that serve your area when you enroll in Apple Health. Not all plans are available in all areas. Visit www.wahealthplanfinder.org to choose a plan or switch to another plan. www.parenthelp123.org


Developmental screening-Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ).  ASQ covers 5 areas of development: Communication, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Problem Solving, and Personal-Social.


Salvation Army provides a variety of basic need support from food bank, rent assistance, utility assistance, transportation assistance, back to school and holiday assistance.  www.salvationarmynw.org 


Spokane Neighborhood Action Program (SNAP) provides support with energy bill, housing, home repair, credit repair, bank accountant information, free voicemail box, homeless with need of childcare, homeless, senior services, start a business, and rental assistance.  www.snapwa.org


The Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery is an extraordinary place. For children, it provides a haven of unconditional love and attention from adults whose only hope is to create lifetime memories of security. For parents who are overwhelmed and lack support, it’s a breath of fresh air and helps eliminate tremendous burdens.   www.vanessabehan.org


Community Resource Directory http://crd.iel.spokane.edu


Special Mobility Services, Inc.:  Medicaid Brokerage Service Area Special Mobility Services (SMS) is a nonprofit organization.  Since 1992, we have helped people in eastern Washington get rides to their Medicaid medical appointments.  We have also helped make sure that people who have trouble speaking or understanding English have an interpreter at their medical appointments. 

The Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) pays for these services.  Beginning January 1, 2015, our Call Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.  Here are the numbers to call to ask about eligibility or to schedule a ride:  You can also contact us by fax. 

Voice:  

(509) 534-9760 local

(800) 892-4817 toll-free

TDD: (for people who are hearing-impaired)

(509) 534-8566 local

(800) 821-7167 toll free

The Washington Relay Service is available for hearing-impaired callers.