Ben Cabildo, Director
African, Hispanic, Asian, Native American Business & Professional Association
overall mission of AHANA is to improve the economic status and enhance
the quality of life of the AHANA communities through the development of
business and employment opportunities. Catholic Charities
12 E. 5th Avenue
Assistance with citizenship and residency requirements and applicationsCLEAR
1-888-201-1014 toll free
1-888-387-7111 People age 60 and overhttp://www.nwjustice.org
Free legal services for low-income people in non-criminal matters.
Coordinated legal education, advice, and referral system. A program of the Northwest Justice ProjectHate Incident Response Team of Spokane (HIRTS)
Check Line at (509) 456-2233.
PO Box 222, Spokane, WA 99210-0222
HIRTS Help Line: (509) 459-3626
An all-volunteer organization committed to providing support for victims of hate incidents.
Support of hate victims in crisis. To report a hate crime, call the Spokane Police Department Crime
Office of Washington Senator Maria Cantwell
Constituent Services Washington, DC
717 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Constituent Services SpokaneInterpreter Services
920 W. Riverside, Suite 697
Spokane, WA 99210
Odyssey World International Education Services
227 E Sprague
Improve the lives of Spokane’s local refugee and low-income families.
OWI also volunteers abroad at select children’s homes in Kenya and Tanzania.
Spokane International Translation
104 S. Freya (Tapio Center)
They provide oral or written interpreters and translations of 47 languages. They serve the legal, medical and business community, offering to translate documents and providing interpreters. They also aid in the communication process between people from a foreign country and the manner in which the United States functions.
Spokane School District 82 - Equity Office
Vickie Countryman, Director
Spokane Task Force on Human Relations
Kristine M. Reeves, Board President
(509) 323.3667 or Kristine@spokanehumanrelations.comhttp://www.spokanehumanrelations.org
The Spokane Regional Task Force on Human Relations exists to address
issues of racial and cultural discrimination by learning, action,
leadership, and partnership within the Spokane community. A public
non-profit organization, the SRTFHR is comprised of members from five
major facets of the Spokane community. Our members come from a variety
of areas within the faith, non-profit, education, government, and
business communities in the Spokane region.
Washington Human Rights Commission
Spokane District Office
Rock Point Plaza III
1330 N. Washington St., Suite 2460
Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 568-3196 http://www.hum.wa.gov
The Mission of the Washington State Human Rights Commission is to
eliminate and prevent discrimination through the fair application of the
law, the efficient use of resources, and the establishment of
partnerships with the community.
World Relief of Spokane
1522 N. Washington, Suite 204
Spokane, WA 99201
Refugee and immigrant services, including resettlement, employment, citizenship classes, etc.