Spokane Humane Evacuation Animal Rescue Team

HEART is a non-profit group run purely by volunteers. To provide assistance in times of emergency/disasters, whether man-made or natural, rescuing animals, setting up and operating emergency animal shelters when requested by appropriate authority. Also works to educate the public regarding emergency preparedness for all animals within their care.

Whitman County Sheriff’s Department

According to the Whitman County Sherriff’s Office website “The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office is committed to making Whitman County a safe place to live, work and raise families. The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office strives to enhance the quality of life within Whitman County by working together with area law enforcement agencies and the community at large as we respond to the needs of those we serve.”.

PAWS- Progressive Animal Welfare Society

PAWS is an organization based in Seattle, also known as Progressive Animal Welfare Society. The PAWS Mission Statement is: “PAWS is people helping cats, dogs and wild animals go home and thrive – whether home is the family room or the forest. We do this by rehabilitating orphaned and injured wildlife, sheltering and adopting homeless cats and dogs, and educating the community to inspire compassionate action for animals.”

Seattle Children’s Hospital

Seattle Children’s, formerly Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, formerly Children’s Orthopedic Hospital, is a children’s hospital in the Laurelhurst neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. The hospital specializes in the care of infants, children, teens, and young adults aged 0–21 in several specialties.

The Hope House

Hope House was founded in response to the 1997 serial murders of women on the streets of Spokane to offer women protection from violence on the street. Hope House is a shelter in Spokane for women 18 years or older. There are 100 beds open a night for women that need it. Each woman receives personal care including nutritious food, a hot shower, clean and dry clothing, hygiene items, a warm bed, onsite case management, resource information, connection to permanent housing, and referrals to community resources.