Union Gospel Mission Crisis Shelter for Women and Childrens
Union Gospel Mission Ministries
A safe, temporary refuge for women in emergency situations is available at the Crisis Shelter for Women & Children. Unlike many local shelters, the Crisis Shelter accepts women who have accompanying children.
Women and children staying at the Crisis Shelter are provided 3 meals a day
The Crisis Shelter hosts to up to 60 women per night, many with little ones. They get the short-term help they need, and the opportunity to transition to Anna Ogden Hall. At Anna Ogden Hall, women enter into a long-term, residential recovery program, where they can participate in a comprehensive schedule of Bible classes, Christian counseling, education in the learning center, and assistance with addiction recovery.
About Union Gospel Mission Ministries
1224 E. Trent, Spokane, WA 99220, US
Partnering with the Inland Northwest to reach the poor with the love and power of the Gospel so that they might become God-dependant contributing members of society.
For the poor shall never cease out of the land: therefore I command thee, saying, Thou shalt open thine hand wide unto thy brother, to thy poor, and to thy needy, in thy land. Deuteronomy 15:11
The Union Gospel Mission has ministered to Spokanes homeless and needy men since 1951.
The present facility was completed in 1990 and houses up to 185 guests at 1224 E. Trent, just east of downtown Spokane. The Mission offers a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program to its residents.
Over 3,000 individuals benefit from the Union Gospel Missions services each year. All services provided at the Mission are offered free of charge through the continuing support of the caring people of Spokane
In addition to the men's shelter our ministry includes Anna Ogden Hall, our women and children's facility, two thrift stores, a free kids camp, and an auto donation, repair, and resell program. All areas utilize volunteers.