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The ZONE serves people who live in the neighborhoods of:

  • Bemiss
  • Chief Garry Park
  • Hillyard
  • Logan
  • Minnehaha
  • Nevada Heights
  • Shiloh Hills
  • Whitman

The ZONE also serves households who have children in early learning centers or K-12 schools in Northeast Spokane including:

  • Arlington Elementary
  • Bemiss Elementary
  • Cooper Elementary
  • Lidgerwood Elementary
  • Logan Elementary
  • Longfellow Elementary
  • Regal Elementary
  • Stevens Elementary
  • Whitman Elementary
  • Garry Middle School
  • Shaw Middle School
  • Yasuhara Middle School
  • On Track Academy
  • NEWTech Skill Center
  • Rogers High School

Resident Programs

Kids' Programs

Kids playing drums | ZONE Spokane

Children are at the heart of The ZONE, so we partner with local organizations to make sure there are lots of activities to keep them busy in learning after school and during the summer. Here are some helpful tips and links to find the right program for your kiddo(s).

Contact your child's school. There are programs at:

  • Bemiss Elementary
  • Cooper Elementary
  • Lidgerwood Elementary
  • Logan Elementary
  • Regal Elementary
  • Stevens Elementary
  • Garry Middle School
  • Shaw Middle School

If You Could Save Just One offers drop-in programs for youth ages 10–18.

Manzanita House offers language classes, Women's Tea Time, legal resources, and more for refugees and immigrants.

Refugee Kids Connect is a program at Refugee & Immigrants Connections Spokane for kids ages 5–18, offering art, sports, outdoors, and academic activities.

Girl Scouts

Northeast Youth Center has several programs for kids ages 3–12, including before and after school care, camps, and transportation to and from school. Watch their video here.

KSPS offers free online and in-person resources and learning opportunities.

Northeast Youth & Family Services is open Monday–Thursday 10:00 am–2:00 pm for their clothing closet, hygiene closet, food pantry, and media center. They also offer camps and classes.

Skyhawks Rise offers several sports for kids to play throughout Spokane.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Spokane County offer after school, school break, and summer programs. With a location in Northeast Spokane, this is a great option for our residents.

Inland Northwest Youth Boxing offers scholarships to cover boxing equipment, as well as coaching and mentorship to youth interested in learning how to box.



Are you worried about losing your housing? Find out if you qualify for our new Housing Diversion Program. Contact Housing Diversion Case Managers, Amanda Randall & Lavonnie Mcmanus:
Phone: 509.487.1603 x226
509.487.1603 x233

Are you homeless and in need of a housing voucher? See if you qualify.
Contact Housing Specialist, Rosa Lopez:
Phone: 509.487.1603 x205

Employment Assistance/Workforce Development

Essential Skills 2023

Our year round Employment Center offers residents assistance with:

  • Employment Navigation
  • Financial Coaching
  • Benefits Cliff Support

Contact Employment Specialists, Amanda Randall & Lavonnie Mcmanus:
Phone: 509.487.1603 x226
509.487.1603 x233

Essential Skills is a 6-week course for women who want to go back to school or re-enter the workforce. This class teaches skills such as:

  • Resume & Cover Letter Writing
  • Budgeting
  • Career Exploration
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • And More!

This class is usually offered in the summer, and we will help you find summer programs for your older kids. Childcare is provided for younger children.

To learn more, contact Tyana Kelley:
Phone: 509.487.1603 x222

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