We Rebuild Whole Lives
Passages provides outpatient mental health care, including housing and employment support services to families and individuals residing in Spokane County.

Due to COVID-19, service delivery has changed. Please see “COVID-19 Updates” in our “MENU” tab, located in the upper-right corner.

We Rebuild Whole Lives.
Passages provides outpatient mental health care and support services to individuals, youth, and children throughout Spokane County.

Passages Spokane —

FOR A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS

24-HOUR REGIONAL CRISIS LINE

SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE

TREVOR LIFELINE (LGBTQ)

VETERAN’S CRISIS HOTLINE

A NATIONWIDE SERVICE CONNECTING PEOPLE TO HELP

FOR A LIFE OR DEATH EMERGENCY

Passages Spokane

FOR A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS

24-HOUR REGIONAL CRISIS LINE

SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE

TREVOR LIFELINE (LGBTQ)

VETERAN’S CRISIS HOTLINE

A NATIONWIDE SERVICE CONNECTING PEOPLE TO HELP

FOR A LIFE OR DEATH EMERGENCY

Building a community for recovery and growth

We welcome families, youth, and children that are facing mental health challenges in Northeast Washington. 

We are a licensed outpatient mental health clinic that strives to form healthy partnerships with clients by providing recovery-based support services, coordination of care, classes, and advocacy.

Services We Provide:

  • Individual Peer Support
  • Intensive Case Management
  • Weekly Support Groups
  • Educational Workshops
  • Individual Advocacy
  • Therapy Services
  • WISe (Wraparound with Intensive Services)
  • Emergency Financial Support
  • Peer Bridger
  • Supported Housing/Employment

Who We Serve:

Fighting the Stigma

You are more than your diagnosis.

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Calendar of Events

Program cancellations can occur from time to time. It’s always best to call Passages ahead of time to confirm that a program is scheduled to take place.

03/30/2020 — Adult RTA at 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

03/31/2020 — Crafting Hope at 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

03/31/2020 — WHAM Class at 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

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