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Casa MiA 2026

​Permanent Low-Income Housing for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

The why:

One of the reasons that keeps people trapped in an abusive relationship, especially if children and financial abuse are involved, is lack of low-income housing.

  • Spokane County has the highest domestic violence rate in Washington State, approximately 80% higher (WA DSHS, 2022).

  • One of the leading causes of homelessness is domestic violence (National Alliance to End Homelessness, 2023).

  • Casa MiA will help address the homelessness and domestic violence crisis in Spokane.


The project

​Casa MiA will provide culturally appropriate supportive housing to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault who are homeless (or at risk of becoming homeless) at or below 50% to 30% of the area median income. Services provided to families include safety planning, crisis intervention, advocacy-based counseling, legal and medical advocacy, employment support, access to mental health services, information, referrals, and case management.

Main Features

  • 12 townhouse units, including 1 ADA unit.

  • Four 1-bedroom units and eight 2-bedroom units

  • A community center with an on-site advocate office

  • A central patio with a play area and community garden

  • 12 designated parking spaces, including ADA

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​Your contribution is so important in helping us make this dream a reality in Spokane in 2026.


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​$1,480,000 raised from $4,200,000
Special thanks to Empire Health Foundation & Smith-Barbieri Progressive Fund. Many thanks to Representative Jenny Graham who sponsored our project in the State budget.

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