(509) 960-7281
222 W Mission Ave., Suite 120, Spokane, WA 99201
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Spokane’s Aging & Disabilities Helpline

Spokane’s Aging & Disabilities Helpline


Do you know someone who might need our services? Not sure? Talk to a Spokane-based representative. Calls are free and confidential. Spokane’s Aging and Disabilities Helpline is open 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday- Friday.

We’re here to help no matter what your need. Home visits are also available.


Not able to call during the week? Send us an email. A Spokane Helpline representative will get back to you right away.


We’re here to assist you, on the phone or in-person. We also offer a self-service option. Just complete a short five question form and you are all set!

Free and Confidential Services

Who We Serve

We are committed to helping people with disabilities and older adults live safely and independently in their homes as long as possible. We do that by connecting our clients with services that meet their individual needs.

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Who Can Call? You Can!

We encourage anyone to call, even if they don’t have an immediate need. We receive calls from family members, neighbors, health providers and more.

>About the Referral Process

What Can I Expect?

Your call will be answered by a Spokane-based representative. All services are free and confidential. Home visits are also available.

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Spokane Helpline, Part of a Statewide Network

SpokaneHelpline.org is part of a statewide program called Community Living Connections (CLC), funded in Spokane County by Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington.
CLC has been assisting older adults and people with disabilities for over thirty years.

Washington State’s Community Living Connections (CLC) is here to help you navigate long-term services and supports for you or a loved one. The CLC is a network of organizations working with you to learn about options and assist you in connecting to services that meet your particular preferences, needs, and circumstances.

Spokane Helpline Staff Can Help You:

  • Assess what is important to you
  • Determine goals you have for the future
  • Define your strengths, needs, concerns
  • Develop and implement an action plan
Contact Information:
(509) 960-7281 CLCinformation@community-minded.org
222 W Mission Ave., Suite 120
Spokane, WA 99201
Spokane's Aging & Disabilities Helpline
Spokane's Aging & Disabilities Helpline